Cowen, W.Va. – Meeting all state and federal regulations, Webster Nursing & Rehabilitation Center (N&RC) has received a deficiency-free state survey during their most recent inspection. This the third deficiency-free inspection in a row that Webster N&RC has earned.
Like all health care facilities, such as hospitals, hospice care, rural clinics and other providers are inspected by the West Virginia Office of Health Facility Licensure & Certification or contracted agencies. All skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers must receive a state-survey inspection annually.
“The credit goes to the team working here,” said June Hutchinson, Executive Director for Webster N&RC. “They are committed to providing the best care for our patients, their families and this community.”
Because of the care and the past three surveys, Webster N&RC has been ranked as the number one skilled nursing and rehabilitation center in West Virginia according to the American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living’s (AHCA/NCAL) Top Line report. The data is compiled and analyzed by AHCA/NCAL to examine long-term trends in the industry.
“To be deficiency-free is an incredible achievement,” said Tammy Jo Painter, Vice President of Compliance for AMFM. “And to reach this milestone of care for three years in a row is more than amazing and incredible. I’m very proud and thankful for our team at Webster, and the care they bring to the community.”
Webster N&RC is also a 2015 Bronze National Quality Award recipient AHCA/NCAL, and is also a Five-Star Rated center from the Centers for Medicaid/Medicare Services’ Nursing Home Compare Program.
AMFM operates 18 skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers throughout West Virginia. They operate in Braxton, Boone, Clay, Cabell, Summers, Fayette, Hardy, Greenbrier, Webster, Wayne, McDowell, Lincoln, Wyoming, Harrison (Clarksburg & Bridgeport), Marshall, Taylor 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.”