Charleston, W.Va. – With more than 120 skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers in West Virginia, four American Medical Facilities Management (AMFM) have ranked in the top 10 in the state for quality care performance.
The ranking for the 3rd quarter of this year comes from the Centers for Medicaid/Medicare Services Five-Star Rating Program, and data compiled and analyzed for long-term trends by America Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL).
The four AMFM centers are E.A. Hawse, Lincoln, Wayne and Webster Nursing & Rehabilitation Centers (N&RC). Each of these centers have had very successful state survey inspections, received National Quality Awards from AHCA/NCAL’s quality award program, and earned high customer and employee satisfaction rankings over the past several years
Webster N&RC, the number one ranked nursing home in West Virginia, recently celebrated their achievement with their team and the community with a cook-out, live music and activities for children.
“It’s more than just our wonderful and dedicated team here at Webster,” said June Hutchinson, Executive Director for Webster N&RC said. “We thank our community, our families and friends for their support.”
With Fayette, Clarksburg and Cameron N&RCs, AMFM has seven centers in the top 25 nursing homes in W.Va.
A Five-Star rating is the highest rating possible a skilled nursing facility (SNF) can receive. The ratings are calculated from a facility’s state survey results, quality measures and staffing levels. A star rating is provided for each of these sources, and then these ratings are combined to calculate an overall rating.
AMFM operates 17 skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers throughout West Virginia. They operate in Braxton, Boone, Clay, Cabell, Summers, Greenbrier, Fayette, Hardy, Webster, Wayne, McDowell, Lincoln, Wyoming, Harrison (Clarksburg & Bridgeport), Marshall and Mercer counties.
AMFM’s mission is “To exemplify excellence in quality care to our customers by providing an environment that enhances personal growth, individuality, dignity and respect.”