Memorial Nursing &

Rehabilitation Center

Memorial Nursing & Rehabilitation Center Rated 5 Stars by CMS

 

 

Memorial Nursing & Rehabilitation Center (MNRC) is rated five stars overall by the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid (CMS.)

 

CMS measures the quality of nursing homes in the following categories: health inspections, staffing, and quality measures.

 

MNRC performed as follows:

  • Received zero health citations at its most recent Health Inspection
  • Received zero fire safety citations at its most recent Fire Safety Inspection
  • Has an above average staff to resident ratio with an average staff interaction time per resident of 1 hour and 45 minutes per day
  • Has not received any federal fines or payment denials by Medicare
  • Performed much better than state and/or nation averages in the following quality measures:
    • Percentage of residents who have had a pressure ulcers (1.3%)
    • Percentage of residents who have or had a catheter inserted and left in the bladder (0%)
    • Percentage who needed and got a flu shot for the current flu season (100%)
    • Percentage of residents who have been physically restrained (0%)
    • Percentage of residents who lose control of their bowels of bladder (29.5%)
    • Percentage of residents who lose too much weight (4.1%)
    • Percentage of residents with symptoms of depression (4.1%)
    • Percentage of residents who needed and received a vaccine to prevent pneumonia (100%)
  • Performed in line with state and/or national averages in the following quality measures:
    • Number of outpatient ER visits per 1,000 long-stay resident days (1.46)
    • Percentage of residents who got a anti-psychotic medication (16.2%)
    • Percentage experiencing one of more falls with injury (3.8%)
    • Percentage with a urinary tract infection (3.8%)
  • Performed worse than state and/or national averages in the following quality measures:
    • Percentage of residents whose ability to move independently worsened (28.4%)
    • Percentage who need for help with daily activities increased (20.2%)
    • Percentage who got an anti-anxiety medication (33.6%)

 

Though MNRC has a high population of residents with a form of dementia, it strives to continually improve its performance in all quality performance measures in order to provide its residents with a healthy, safe, engaging, and happy home.