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Rosewood Post Acute Rehabilitation : deficiency entries overview


about deficiencies

A deficiency is a nursing home's failure to comply with federal or state laws. Nursing homes are issued a statement of deficiencies when Inspectors find violations during regular inspections or complaint investigations. A nursing home must submit a plan of correction for each deficiency and correct the violation within a specified period of time.

Most facilities receive several or more deficiencies during licensing and/or certification inspections, which are held about once a year. On average, larger nursing homes are issued more deficiencies than smaller facilities.

Consider the type of deficiencies issued to a nursing home, not just the total number. Look to see if there is a pattern or practice of certain types of deficiencies, and examine the enforcement actions taken against the facility.

Enforcement data from the State as of 3/19/2014
Last Licensing/Certification visit:   10/09/2013

summary of deficiency entries by year

2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Abuse
0
0
2
Activities
0
0
0
Administration
1
3
1
Admission
0
0
0
Assessment
0
0
0
Dental
0
0
0
Dietary
3
0
1
Environment
1
1
1
Infection Control
1
0
1
Medication
1
1
2
Nursing Services
1
0
0
Other
0
0
0
Physical Plant
11
9
5
Physician
0
0
0
Quality of Care
4
3
2
Quality of Life
1
2
1
Rehabilitative Services
0
0
0
Residents Rights
1
3
1
Staffing
0
0
0
Totals:
25
22
17
Blank entries should be read as zeros.
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