State Health Department Releases July 2000 Inspection Results of Nursing Homes

Albany, October 13, 2000 – The following list of nursing homes has been revised to correct the listing that was included in yesterday's October 12, 2000 press release. The nursing homes identified below that have been corrected are in italics.

The State Health Department surveyed the following nursing homes in July 2000. As required, those nursing homes cited for deficiencies have since submitted acceptable corrective action plans to correct any findings. Facilities are ranked by the seriousness of survey findings, beginning with those having the most serious findings, which constitute Immediate Jeopardy.

Facility Location Level Deficiency
1. Workmen's Circle NYC Immediate Jeopardy
2. Loretto Nursing Home Utica Immediate Jeopardy
3. James Square Rehabilitation Center Onondaga Substandard Quality of Care
4. Clearview Nursing Home NYC Actual Harm (Isolated)
5. Midway Nursing Home NYC Actual Harm (Isolated)
6. Beechwood Nursing Home Erie Actual Harm (Isolated)
7. Franklin County Nursing Home Franklin Actual Harm (Isolated)
8. Livingston County Nursing Home Livingston Actual Harm (Isolated)
9. Brae Loch Manor Monroe Actual Harm (Isolated)
10. Lakeshore Nursing Home Monroe Actual Harm (Isolated)
11. St. John's Health Care Corp. Monroe Actual Harm (Isolated)
12. Northwoods Rehabilitation Center Schenectady Actual Harm (Isolated)
13. Ira Davenport Nursing Steuben Actual Harm (Isolated)
14. Steuben County Nursing Home Steuben Actual Harm (Isolated)
15. Ten Broeck Commons Ulster Actual Harm (Isolated)
16. Pleasant Valley Washington Actual Harm (Isolated)
17. Manor Oak Wyoming Actual Harm (Isolated)
18. Wyoming County Nursing Home Wyoming Actual Harm (Isolated)
19. Bronx Center for Rehabilitation NYC Potential for Harm
20. Holliswood Care center NYC Potential for Harm
21. Margaret Tietz Nursing Home NYC Potential for Harm
22. Queens–Nassau Nursing Home NYC Potential for Harm
23. Seaview Hospital Nursing Home NYC Potential for Harm
24. Woodland Park Cattaraugus Potential for Harm
25. Chase Memorial Chenango Potential for Harm
26. Episcopal Residential Erie Potential for Harm
27. Mercy Hospital Nursing Home Erie Potential for Harm
28. St. Luke's Presbyterian Erie Potential for Harm
29. Woodside Manor Monroe Potential for Harm
30. Rome Nursing Home Oneida Potential for Harm
31. Sunset Nursing Home Oneida Potential for Harm
32. Iroquois Nursing Home Onondaga Potential for Harm
33. Ontario County Nursing Home Ontario Potential for Harm
34. Campbell Hall Orange Potential for Harm
35. Van Rensselaer Manor Rensselaer Potential for Harm
36. Three Rivers Health and Rehab. Steuben Potential for Harm
37. Townhouse Extended Suffolk Potential for Harm
38. New Paltz Nursing Home Ulster Potential for Harm
39. Westledge Westchester Potential for Harm
40. Sea Crest Nursing Home NYC Potential for Harm
41. Windsor Park NYC Potential for Harm
42. Chautauqua County Home Chautauqua Potential for Harm
43. Westfield Health Care Ctr Chautauqua Potential for Harm
44. Manor Oak Erie In Compliance
45. McCauley Residence Erie In Compliance
46. Northern Riverview Rockland In Compliance
47. Project Samaritan NYC No Deficiencies
48. Park Terrace Nursing Home NYC No Deficiencies
49. St. Joseph's Manor Cattaraugus No Deficiencies

* These facilities may be subject to enforcement actions, including monetary penalties for the deficiencies identified during the Department's annual inspection process.

Immediate Jeopardy:
Denotes a situation in which the provider's noncompliance with one or more of the federal requirements have caused or is likely to cause serious injury or harm to a resident. The harm inflicted on one or more residents may be psychological and/or physical in nature.
Substandard Quality of Care:
There are one or more deficiencies in resident care and facility practices, and Quality of Life and/or Quality of Care regulations. Those deficiencies constitute either immediate jeopardy to resident health and safety or a harm level deficiency that affects a certain population of residents within a nursing facility. There may be a potential for harm to the entire population. A facility cited for this level of harm may have systemic problems within their operations.
Actual Harm (Isolated)
There are one or more deficiencies that result in actual harm. The case is typically isolated in nature and affects one resident, but could be a potential harm to other residents in the facility under similar circumstances.
Potential for harm:
A situation exists that could cause possible injury or harm to a resident. The evidence reviewed does not indicate actual harm, but does reveal practices that could result in harm.
In Compliance:
Deficiencies may have been identified during the survey, but they pose no more than minimal harm.
No Deficiencies:
The facility had no deficiencies identified during the survey.

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