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Address
222 WEST 39TH AVENUE
SAN MATEO, CA, 94403
Phone (make sure to verify first before calling): (650) 573-3678

Number of Certified Beds: 375
Total Number of Residents: 192
Percent of Occupied Beds: 51%
Sprinkler Status: Fully Sprinklered
Program Participation: Medicare and Medicaid
Type of Ownership: Government - County
Located Within a Hospital?: Yes
Multi Nursing Home Ownership?: No
Resident and Family Councils: Both
Continuing Care Retirement Community?: No
Quality Indicator Survey?: No
Special Focus Facility?: No
Type: Skilled Nursing Facilities


Overall Star Rating: 3 Stars
Health Inspections Star Rating: 2 Stars
Nurse Staffing Star Rating: 4 Stars
Quality Measures Star Rating: 3 Stars
RN Only Star Rating: 4 Stars

Employment Full-Time Equivalent

Administrative Staff - Full Time: 1.14
Certified Nurse Aides - Full Time: 158.63
Certified Nurse Aides - Part Time: 59.54
Dietitians - Under Contract: 2.51
Food Service Personnel - Full Time: 13.71
Food Service Personnel - Part Time: 1.49
Housekeeping Personnel - Full Time: 16.00
Licensed Practical/ Vocational Nurses - Full Time: 27.66
Licensed Practical/ Vocational Nurses - Part Time: 9.14
Mental Health Services Personnel - Under Contract: 0.91
Nurses With Administrative Duties - Full Time: 8.00
Registered Nurses - Full Time: 28.80
Rn Director Of Nursing - Full Time: 1.14
Social Workers - Full Time: 2.29
Dentists - Under Contract: 0.11
Dietitians - Part Time: 0.23
Nurses With Administrative Duties - Part Time: 1.14
Occupational Therapists - Part Time: 0.57
Pharmacists - Under Contract: 0.46
Food Service Personnel - Under Contract: 15.20
Medical Directors - Full Time: 1.14
Physician Extenders - Full Time: 1.14
Podiatrists - Under Contract: 0.11
Dietitians - Full Time: 2.29
Sppech Pathologists - Full Time: 1.14
Registered Nurses - Part Time: 9.14
Housekeeping Personnel - Part Time: 0.57
Occupational Therapists - Full Time: 2.29
Physical Therapists - Full Time: 2.29
Occupational Therapy Assistants - Full Time: 1.14
Physical Therapy Aide - Full Time: 1.14
Speech Pathologists - Part Time: 0.29
Other Physicians - Full Time: 2.29

Provided Services

  • Activities Services Are Provided Onsite To Residents
  • Dental 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
  • Pharmacy Services Are Provided Onsite To Residents
  • Physical Therapy Services Are Provided Onsite To Residents
  • Physician Extender 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
  • Therapeutic Recreation Specialist Services Are Provided Onsite To Residents

Use of Medical Imaging

Outpatients who had a follow-up mammogram or ultrasound within 45 days after a screening mammogram.
Here:

12.600%
California:

8.180%
Outpatient CT scans of the abdomen that were combination (double) scans.
This Nursing Home:

0.021%
California:

0.170%
Outpatient CT scans of the chest that were combination (double) scans.
Here:

0.122%
California:

0.043%

Staff Information

Number of Registered Nurses Hours Per Resident Per Day
This Nursing Home:

0.740
State:

0.748
Number of Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses Hours Per Resident Per Day
This Nursing Home:

0.830
State:

0.900
Total Number of Licensed Staff Hours Per Resident Per Day
This Nursing Home:

1.570
California:

1.608
Number of ,Certified Nurse Assistant Hours Per Resident Per Day
Here:

0.100
California:

0.118
Number Therapy Hours Per Resident Per Day
This Nursing Home:

0.100
California:

0.126

Quality Measures

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

24.8%
California:

13.1%
Percent of long-stay residents who self-report moderate to severe pain
Here:

8.4%
State:

8.9%
Percent of long-stay high-risk residents with pressure ulcers
Here:

3.4%
California:

7.5%
Percent of long-stay residents who lose too much weight
Here:

7.5%
State:

6.3%
Percent of long-stay low-risk residents who lose control of their bowels or bladder
This Nursing Home:

30.8%
California:

42.7%
Percent of long-stay residents who have had a catheter inserted and left in their bladder
Here:

2.9%
California:

4.0%
Percent of long-stay residents with a urinary tract infection
This Nursing Home:

5.1%
State:

6.7%
Percent of long-stay residents who have depressive symptoms
Here:

1.1%
California:

2.4%
Percent of long-stay residents who were physically restrained
This Nursing Home:

0.5%
California:

3.6%
Percent of long-stay residents experiencing one or more falls with major injury
This Nursing Home:

1.9%
California:

1.6%
Percent of long-stay residents assessed and given, appropriately, the seasonal influenza vaccine
Here:

97.2%
California:

93.0%
Percent of long-stay residents assessed and given, appropriately, the pneumococcal vaccine
This Nursing Home:

97.2%
State:

94.0%
Percent of short-stay residents who self-report moderate to severe pain
This Nursing Home:

36.2%
State:

21.2%
Percent of short-stay residents with Pressure ulcers that are new or worsened
This Nursing Home:

4.8%
California:

1.2%
Percent of short-stay residents assessed and given, appropriately, the seasonal influenza vaccine
This Nursing Home:

35.1%
State:

81.9%
Percent of short-stay residents assessed and given, appropriately, the pneumococcal vaccine
This Nursing Home:

29.3%
State:

79.7%
Percent of long-stay residents who received an antipsychotic medication
This Nursing Home:

15.1%
California:

19.0%

Average Medicare Payment

Acute myocardial infarction, discharged alive w/o CC/MCC: $2,844
Acute myocardial infarction, discharged alive w MCC: $16,388
Acute myocardial infarction, discharged alive w CC: $58
Heart failure and shock w/o CC/MCC: $6,094
Heart failure and shock w MCC: $3,735
Heart failure and shock w CC: $8,499
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease w/o CC/MCC: $6,127
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease w MCC: $62
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease w CC: $8,241
Simple pneumonia and pleurisy w MCC: $12,100
Diabetes w MCC: $11,483
Chest Pain: $4,487
Permanent cardiac pacemaker implant w/o CC/MCC: $95
Laparoscopic cholecystectomy w/o c.d.e. w MCC: $20,916
Laparoscopic cholecystectomy w/o c.d.e. w CC: $79
Cholecystectomy except by laparoscope w/o c.d.e. w MCC: $30,134
Hernia procedures except inguinal and femoral w/o CC/MCC: $46
Hernia procedures except inguinal and femoral w MCC: $20,996
Major small and large bowel procedures w/o CC/MCC: $13,699
Major small and large bowel procedures w CC: $10,861
Major small and large bowel procedures w MCC: $21,916
Cervical spinal fusion w/o CC/MCC: $82
Back and neck proc exc spinal fusion w CC/MCC or disc device/neurostim: $7,306
Major joint replacement or reattachment of lower extremity w/o MCC: $16,947
Major joint replacement or reattachment of lower extremity w MCC: $46,660
Revision of hip or knee replacement w CC: $146
Revision of hip or knee replacement w MCC: $38,371
Transurethral procedures w MCC: $107
Other kidney and urinary tract procedures w/o CC/MCC: $11,050
Other kidney and urinary tract procedures w MCC: $132
Female reproductive system reconstructive procedures: $6,894
Uterine and adnexa proc for non-malignancy w/o CC/MCC: $3,581

Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers

Number of Completed Surveys: 300 or more
Survey Response Rate: 24%

How often did nurses communicate well with patients?

Sometimes or never
Here:

7%
State:

7%
Usually
Here:

25%
State:

21%
Always
Here:

68%
California:

72%

How often did doctors communicate well with patients?

Sometimes or never
Here:

7%
California:

6%
Usually
This Nursing Home:

19%
California:

17%
Always
Here:

74%
State:

77%

How often did patients receive help quickly from hospital staff?

Sometimes or never
This Nursing Home:

12%
California:

13%
Usually
Here:

30%
California:

28%
Always
Here:

58%
California:

59%

How often was patients' pain well controlled?

Sometimes or never
This Nursing Home:

8%
California:

8%
Usually
Here:

25%
California:

25%
Always
Here:

67%
State:

67%

How often did staff explain about medicines before giving them to patients?

Sometimes or never
Here:

21%
State:

23%
Usually
Here:

21%
State:

19%
Always
Here:

58%
California:

58%

How often were the patients' rooms and bathrooms kept clean?

Sometimes or never
This Nursing Home:

4%
State:

10%
Usually
This Nursing Home:

29%
California:

21%
Always
Here:

67%
California:

69%

How often was the area around patients' rooms kept quiet at night?

Sometimes or never
Here:

16%
California:

18%
Usually
Here:

34%
California:

33%
Always
Here:

50%
California:

49%

Were patients given information about what to do during their recovery at home?

Yes
Here:

77%
State:

81%
No
Here:

23%
California:

19%

How do patients rate the hospital overall on a scale from 0 (lowest) to 10 (highest)?

6 or lower
This Nursing Home:

10%
State:

10%
7 or 8
This Nursing Home:

26%
State:

24%
9 or 10
This Nursing Home:

64%
California:

66%

Would patients recommend the hospital to friends and family?

No
Here:

6%
California:

7%
Yes, probably
This Nursing Home:

27%
State:

24%
Yes, definitely
This Nursing Home:

67%
California:

69%

Process of Care

Heart Attack

Percent of Patients Given Aspirin at Arrival
Here:

100.0%
State:

99.3%
Percent of Patients Given Aspirin at Discharge
Here:

100.0%
State:

99.0%
Percent of Patients Given Beta Blocker at Discharge
Here:

100.0%
California:

98.5%
Average number of minutes before outpatients with chest pain or possible heart attack got an ECG
Here:

19
California:

9
Outpatients with chest pain or possible heart attack who got aspirin within 24 hours of arrival
This Nursing Home:

100.0%
State:

97.2%
Patients Given a Prescription for a Statin at Discharge
This Nursing Home:

83.0%
State:

97.5%

Heart Failure

Percent of patients who were given an evaluation of Left Ventricular Systolic Dysfunction (LVSD)
This Nursing Home:

100.0%
State:

98.9%
Percent of Patients Given ACE Inhibitor or ARB for Left Ventricular Systolic Dysfunction (LVSD)
Here:

90.0%
California:

96.2%
Percent of Patients Given Discharge Instructions
This Nursing Home:

100.0%
California:

93.5%
Percent of Patients Given Smoking Cessation Advice/Counseling
This Nursing Home:

100.0%
State:

99.4%

Pneumonia

Percent of Patients Given Initial Antibiotic(s) within 6 Hours After Arrival
This Nursing Home:

96.0%
California:

96.1%
Percent of Patients Whose Initial ER Blood Culture Was Performed Prior To Administration Of First Dose Of Antibiotics
This Nursing Home:

92.0%
California:

96.7%
Percent of Patients Given Smoking Cessation Advice/Counseling
Here:

100.0%
California:

98.1%
Percent of Patients Given the Most Appropriate Initial Antibiotic(s)
Here:

94.0%
California:

95.9%
Percent of Patients Assessed and Given Influenza Vaccination
Here:

93.0%
California:

94.3%
Percent of Patients Assessed and Given Pneumococcal Vaccination
This Nursing Home:

94.0%
State:

95.8%

Surgery

Percent of Surgery Patients given an antibiotic at the right time (within one hour before surgery) to help prevent infection
This Nursing Home:

92.0%
State:

98.1%
Percent of Surgery Patients whose preventive antibiotics were stopped at the right time (within 24 hours after surgery)
This Nursing Home:

87.0%
California:

96.3%
Percent of Surgery Patients who were given the right kind of antibiotic to help prevent infection
This Nursing Home:

96.0%
State:

98.2%
Percent of Surgery Patients who got treatment at right time (within 24 hours before or after surgery) to help prevent blood clot
Here:

97.0%
California:

96.0%
Percent of Surgery Patients whose doctors ordered treatments to prevent blood clots after certain types of surgeries
Here:

98.0%
State:

96.9%
Percent of Surgery Patients needing hair removed from the surgical area before surgery who had hair removed using a safer method
Here:

100.0%
California:

99.8%
Percent of Surgery Patients whose urinary catheters were removed on the first or second day after surgery
This Nursing Home:

80.0%
California:

93.9%
Surgery patients who were taking heart drugs called beta blockers before coming to the hospital, who were kept on them
This Nursing Home:

70.0%
State:

96.1%
Outpatients having surgery who got an antibiotic at the right time - within one hour before surgery (higher numbers are better)
This Nursing Home:

85.0%
State:

95.1%
Outpatients having surgery who got the right kind of antibiotic (higher numbers are better)
This Nursing Home:

94.0%
State:

95.5%
Patients having surgery who were actively warmed in the operating room or whose body temperature was near normal
This Nursing Home:

100.0%
State:

99.6%

Outcome of Care

30-Day Mortality Rates from Pneumonia
This Nursing Home:

13.6%
State:

11.7%
30-Day Readmission Rates from Heart Failure
Here:

24.6%
State:

24.4%
30-Day Readmission Rates from Pneumonia
This Nursing Home:

18.7%
California:

18.3%

Complaint Deficiency

An approved installation, maintenance and testing program for fire alarm systems: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

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

Keep each resident's personal and medical records private and confidential: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Provide access to a telephone for resident to use in private: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Protect each resident from all abuse, physical punishment, and being separated from others: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Provide care for residents in a way that keeps or builds each resident's dignity and respect of individuality: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Reasonably accommodate the needs and preferences of each resident: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Make sure that the nursing home area is free from accident hazards and risks and provides supervision to prevent avoidable accidents: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Store, cook, and serve food in a safe and clean way: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Maintain drug records and properly mark/label drugs and other similar products according to accepted professional standards: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Have a program that investigates, controls and keeps infection from spreading: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Make sure each resident has 1) at least one window to the outside in a room; 2) a room at or above ground level; 3) adequate bedding; 4) furniture that meets the resident's needs; or 5) adequate closet space: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Make sure that the nursing home area is safe, easy to use, clean and comfortable for residents, staff and the public: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Put firmly secured handrails on each side of hallways: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Keep accurate, complete and organized clinical records on each resident that meet professional standards: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Corridor and hallway doors that block smoke: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Walls or barriers that prevent smoke from passing through and would resist fire for at least one hour: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Construction that can resist fire for one hour or an approved fire extinguishing system: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

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

An approved installation, maintenance and testing program for fire alarm systems: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

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

Portable fire extinguishers: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Heating and ventilation systems that have been properly installed according to the manufacturer's instructions: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Restrictions on the use of portable space heaters: 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 (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Provide care for residents in a way that keeps or builds each resident's dignity and respect of individuality: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Reasonably accommodate the needs and preferences of each resident: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Provide adequate and comfortable lighting levels in all areas: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Conduct initial and periodic assessments of each resident's functional capacity: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Make sure each resident receives an accurate assessment by a qualified health professional: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Make sure that each resident who enters the nursing home without a catheter is not given a catheter, and receive proper services to prevent urinary tract infections and restore normal bladder function: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Make sure that the nursing home area is free from accident hazards and risks and provides supervision to prevent avoidable accidents: 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)

Store, cook, and serve food in a safe and clean way: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Give or get specialized rehabilitative services per the patient's assessment or plan of care: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Safely provide drugs and other similar products available, which are needed every day and in emergencies, by a licensed pharmacist: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Have enough backup water supply for essential areas of the nursing home: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Have a detailed, written plan for disasters and emergencies, such as fire, severe weather, and missing residents: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Approved construction type or materials: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Corridors that are separated from common areas by walls constructed to limit the passage of smoke: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Walls or barriers that prevent smoke from passing through and would resist fire for at least one hour: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Smoke barrier doors that can resist smoke for at least 20 minutes: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Construction that can resist fire for one hour or an approved fire extinguishing system: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Properly located and lighted Exit signs: Some (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)

A fire alarm system that can be heard throughout the facility: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

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

Proper facilities for the use and storage of combustible liquids: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

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

Provide care for residents in a way that keeps or builds each resident's dignity and respect of individuality: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Provide activities to meet the interests and needs of each resident: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Make sure each resident receives an accurate assessment by a qualified health professional: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Develop a complete care plan that meets all of a resident's needs, with timetables and actions that can be measured: 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)

Make sure that the nursing home area is free from accident hazards and risks and provides supervision to prevent avoidable accidents: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Store, cook, and serve food in a safe and clean way: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

At least once a month, have a licensed pharmacist review each resident's medication(s) and report any irregularities to the attending doctor: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Have a program that investigates, controls and keeps infection from spreading: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Keep all essential equipment working safely: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Make sure that the nursing home area is safe, easy to use, clean and comfortable for residents, staff and the public: Some (Potential for minimal harm)

Train all employees on what to do in an emergency, and carry out announced staff drills: Some (Potential for minimal harm)

Approved construction type or materials: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Corridor and hallway doors that block smoke: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

Construction that can resist fire for one hour or an approved fire extinguishing system: Some (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)

Properly maintained smoke detectors: Some (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

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

Posted No-smoking signs in areas where smoking is not permitted or did not provide ashtrays where smoking was allowed: Few (Minimal harm or potential for actual harm)

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

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