Kingston Care Center of Sylvania received a perfect state survey score by realizing ZERO deficiencies and in addition, will maintain its Five-Star Quality rating from Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS). It is apparent from the recent State of Ohio survey that the facility genuinely reflects its mission to provide the best possible clinical and therapeutic care to patients who are transitioning from surgery or injury as well as maintaining excellence in customer satisfaction.
“We certainly couldn’t be prouder of our staff and all their hard work. They continue to exceed our expectations as well as State and Federal mandated requirements for our rehabilitation facility,” said Sarah Louk, Administrator. “The fact that we achieved a perfect score, while maintaining full patient occupancy for the last several months, as well as keeping up with the ever increasing clinical demands on the skilled nursing industry, is quite an accomplishment.”
The state survey is required by all healthcare facilities in order to operate and provide clinical care to the public. The Five-Star Quality Rating system is designed to help consumers, their families, and caregivers compare nursing homes more easily. The system rates nursing homes based on regulatory compliance, staffing and quality measures. The ratings system then combines the three categories for an overall rating between 1 star and 5. To find more information about the “Five-Star Quality Rating.” and to find a select facility’s performance for skilled nursing care centers visit www.medicare.gov.
In addition to serving the surrounding area of Sylvania with skilled nursing, the company recently opened a new state-of-the-art rehabilitation complex in Perrysburg, and also provides assisted living and memory care communities for seniors in both Sylvania and Perrysburg regions.