Leading the Way in Top-Quality Senior Living Care in Medina, Ohio
Western Reserve Masonic Community Earns a Deficiency-Free 2022 Annual Survey
Arriving unannounced, the Ohio state survey team spent an entire week picking apart every single little detail and happening for an extended time at Western Reserve Masonic Community. State surveyors observed quality, procedures, and checked records for proper compliance on care, confidentiality, cleanliness, resident rights, and quality of services. The state survey team also interviewed residents, residents’ families, and employees to get the inside scoop. The final result—a perfect score! Western Reserve Masonic Community earned a Deficiency-Free 2022 Annual Survey in Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living.
Ensuring the Highest Level of Senior Care
When choosing the right senior living community, the quality of care such as skilled nursing and assisted living is extremely important. Outside of strict laws, ethics, and rules that must be followed, senior living facilities also undergo surprise annual inspections by the Ohio Department of Health. State surveyors often show up without warning and scrutinize practically everything going on at a senior living facility.
Jason French, President of Western Reserve Masonic Community, explained:
“In short most Ohio Department of health surveys result in 4-5 citation or rule violations. You could have 3-4 citations and still have a very good survey. The survey team spends an entire week picking apart every single minute detail and happening for a 12-16 month time period. Having zero citation is extremely rare and takes an entire team for that to happen.”
A deficiency-free survey shows that residents are receiving the highest level of care, and among continuing care retirement communities it is an incredible accomplishment worth bragging about and highly sought after. A deficiency-free survey is the result of hard work, effort, and true concern for a facility’s residents.
Leading the Way in Quality Senior Living
As the demand for quality care has increased, the Western Reserve Masonic Community continues to grow as well. An expansion project complete with fresh pain, modern appliances, and luxurious amenities is underway to add 56 new senior living residences, a new 20,000-square-foot commons area, a new community center, state-of-the-art fitness center, and bistro. The quality of senior living care is second to none at Western Reserve Masonic Community.
For top-quality assisted living and skilled nursing care, the Ohio Masonic Home is offers luxurious senior living. With three locations in Springfield, Waterville, and Medina, OH, their senior living communities offer 24/7 care and support for independent living, assisted living, and memory care. For more information schedule a tour at one of the scenic and active communities. Call (877) 881-1623 today to learn more about excellent senior living options.