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BROOKE GROVE REHAB. AND NSG CTR - SANDY SPRING, MD

 



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Address
18131 SLADE SCHOOL ROAD
SANDY SPRING, MD, 20860
Phone (make sure to verify first before calling): (301) 924-5176

Number of Certified Beds: 168
Total Number of Residents: 149
Percent of Occupied Beds: 89%
Sprinkler Status: Fully Sprinklered
Program Participation: Medicare and Medicaid
Type of Ownership: Non profit - Corporation
Located Within a Hospital?: No
Multi Nursing Home Ownership?: No
Resident and Family Councils: Both
Continuing Care Retirement Community?: Yes
Quality Indicator Survey?: Yes
Special Focus Facility?: No
Type: Skilled Nursing Facilities


Overall Star Rating: 4 Stars
Health Inspections Star Rating: 4 Stars
Nurse Staffing Star Rating: 4 Stars
Quality Measures Star Rating: 4 Stars
RN Only Star Rating: 3 Stars

Employment Full-Time Equivalent

Administrative Staff - Full Time: 14.76
Administrative Staff - Part Time: 0.11
Certified Nurse Aides - Full Time: 62.90
Certified Nurse Aides - Part Time: 11.29
Food Service Personnel - Full Time: 17.07
Food Service Personnel - Part Time: 6.70
Housekeeping Personnel - Full Time: 14.21
Licensed Practical/ Vocational Nurses - Full Time: 11.51
Licensed Practical/ Vocational Nurses - Part Time: 6.41
Mental Health Services Personnel - Under Contract: 0.34
Nurses With Administrative Duties - Full Time: 4.31
Persons Not Included In Any Other Categories - Full Time: 11.89
Physical Therapists - Under Contract: 2.20
Registered Nurses - Full Time: 4.91
Rn Director Of Nursing - Full Time: 1.14
Activities Professionals - Full Time: 1.14
Occupational Therapists - Under Contract: 1.99
Medical Directors - Full Time: 0.57
Podiatrists - Under Contract: 0.11
Speech Pathologists - Under Contract: 1.11
Persons Not Included In Any Other Categories - Part Time: 1.69
Registered Nurses - Part Time: 7.11
Occupational Therapy Assistants - Under Contract: 2.06
Social Workers - Under Contract: 0.03
Licensed Practical/ Vocational Nurses - Under Contract: 0.61
Certified Nurse Aides - Under Contract: 2.51
Other Physicians - Full Time: 0.29
Medication Aides/ Technicians - Part Time: 1.76
Medication Aides/ Technicians - Full Time: 9.49

Provided Services

  • Activities Services Are Provided Onsite To Residents
  • Dietary Services Are Provided Onsite To Residents
  • Housekeeping Services Are Provided Onsite To Residents
  • Mental Health Services Are Provided Onsite To Residents
  • Nursing Services Are Provided Onsite To Residents
  • Occupational Therapy Services Are Provided Onsite To Residents
  • Physical Therapy Services Are Provided Onsite To Residents
  • Physician Services Are Provided Onsite To Residents
  • Podiatry Services Are Provided Onsite To Residents
  • Social Work Services Are Provided Onsite To Residents
  • Speech/Language Pathology Services Are Provided Onsite To Residents

Staff Information

Number of Registered Nurses Hours Per Resident Per Day
Here:

0.560
Maryland:

0.759
Number of Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses Hours Per Resident Per Day
Here:

0.810
State:

0.899
Total Number of Licensed Staff Hours Per Resident Per Day
Here:

1.370
State:

1.649
Number of ,Certified Nurse Assistant Hours Per Resident Per Day
This Nursing Home:

0.140
Maryland:

0.108
Number Therapy Hours Per Resident Per Day
Here:

0.140
Maryland:

0.112

Quality Measures

Percent of long-stay residents whose need for help with daily activities has increased
This Nursing Home:

16.0%
State:

20.0%
Percent of long-stay residents who self-report moderate to severe pain
Here:

5.0%
State:

6.2%
Percent of long-stay high-risk residents with pressure ulcers
Here:

5.1%
Maryland:

7.7%
Percent of long-stay residents who lose too much weight
Here:

1.8%
Maryland:

6.0%
Percent of long-stay residents who have had a catheter inserted and left in their bladder
This Nursing Home:

0.9%
State:

3.1%
Percent of long-stay residents with a urinary tract infection
Here:

6.1%
Maryland:

6.0%
Percent of long-stay residents who have depressive symptoms
This Nursing Home:

9.0%
Maryland:

4.3%
Percent of long-stay residents experiencing one or more falls with major injury
This Nursing Home:

1.7%
State:

2.7%
Percent of long-stay residents assessed and given, appropriately, the seasonal influenza vaccine
This Nursing Home:

100.0%
Maryland:

95.1%
Percent of long-stay residents assessed and given, appropriately, the pneumococcal vaccine
This Nursing Home:

99.1%
Maryland:

95.2%
Percent of short-stay residents who self-report moderate to severe pain
Here:

33.3%
State:

16.5%
Percent of short-stay residents with Pressure ulcers that are new or worsened
This Nursing Home:

2.7%
State:

1.3%
Percent of short-stay residents assessed and given, appropriately, the seasonal influenza vaccine
This Nursing Home:

94.7%
Maryland:

86.6%
Percent of short-stay residents assessed and given, appropriately, the pneumococcal vaccine
This Nursing Home:

91.5%
Maryland:

85.7%
Percent of short-stay residents who newly received an antipsychotic medication
Here:

1.0%
State:

2.8%
Percent of long-stay residents who received an antipsychotic medication
Here:

12.3%
Maryland:

19.2%

Complaint Deficiency

Make sure menus meet the resident's nutritional needs and that there is a prepared menu by which nutritious meals have been planned for the resident and followed: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Hire sufficient dietary support personnel: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Properly installed electrical wiring and equipment: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Exits that are accessible at all times: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Follow policies and procedures to convey the resident's personal funds to the appropriate party responsible after the resident's death: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Proper backup exit lighting: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Give each resident a notice of rights, rules, services and charges. Tell each resident who can get Medicaid benefits about 1) which items and services Medicaid covers and which the resident must pay for: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Make sure services provided by the nursing facility meet professional standards of quality: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Hire sufficient dietary support personnel: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Completely assess the resident at least every twelve months: Some (Potential for minimal harm)

Make sure menus meet the resident's nutritional needs and that there is a prepared menu by which nutritious meals have been planned for the resident and followed: Some (Potential for minimal harm)

Properly installed electrical wiring and equipment: Some (Potential for minimal harm)

Exits that are accessible at all times: Few (Immediate jeopardy to resident health or safety)

Post nurse staffing information/data on a daily basis: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Provide proper discharge planning and communication, of the resident's health status and summary of the resident's stay: Some (Potential for minimal harm)

Provide necessary care and services to maintain the highest well being of each resident : Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Give residents proper treatment to prevent new bed (pressure) sores or heal existing bed sores: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Give the right treatment and services to residents who have mental or psychosocial problems adjusting: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Properly care for residents needing special services, including: injections, colostomy, ureostomy, ileostomy, tracheostomy care, tracheal suctioning, respiratory care, foot care, and prostheses: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

1) Make sure that each resident's drug regimen is free from unnecessary drugs; 2) Each resident's entire drug/medication is managed and monitored to achieve highest well being: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Make sure that doctors visit residents regularly, as required: Some (Potential for minimal harm)

Approved construction type or materials: Many (Potential for minimal harm)

Fire-resistant room wall surfaces: Some (Potential for minimal harm)

Exit doors that are held open by devices that will automatically close on the activation of a fire alarm or smoke detectors: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Record of quarterly fire drills for each shift under varying conditions: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Proper medical gas storage and administration areas: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Weekly inspections and monthly testing of generators: Some (Potential for minimal harm)

Approved construction type or materials: Many (Potential for minimal harm)

Fire-resistant room wall surfaces: Some (Potential for minimal harm)

Corridor and hallway doors that block smoke: Many (Potential for minimal harm)

Smoke barrier doors that can resist smoke for at least 20 minutes: Some (Potential for minimal harm)

Emergency lighting that can last at least 1 1/2 hours: Many (Potential for minimal harm)

An approved automatic sprinkler system connected to the fire alarm system: Many (Potential for minimal harm)

Automatic sprinkler systems that have been maintained in working order: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Portable fire extinguishers: Some (Potential for minimal harm)

Properly installed electrical wiring and equipment: Many (Potential for minimal harm)

Let the resident refuse treatment or refuse to take part in an experiment and formulate advance directives: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Make sure services provided by the nursing facility meet professional standards of quality: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Provide necessary care and services to maintain the highest well being of each resident : Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Make sure that residents with reduced range of motion get proper treatment and services to increase range of motion: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Maintain drug records and properly mark/label drugs and other similar products according to accepted professional standards: Some (Potential for minimal harm)

Approved construction type or materials: Many (Potential for minimal harm)

Smoke barrier doors that can resist smoke for at least 20 minutes: Some (Potential for minimal harm)

Exit stairways and towers that are smoke proof: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Emergency lighting that can last at least 1 1/2 hours: Some (Potential for minimal harm)

An approved installation, maintenance and testing program for fire alarm systems: Some (Potential for minimal harm)

Exits that are free from obstructions and can be used at all times: Many (Potential for minimal harm)

Proper medical gas storage and administration areas: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Properly installed electrical wiring and equipment: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

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