2013 Marks Deficiency-Free Year for Six Welch Healthcare and Retirement Group Rehabilitation and Nursing Centers

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Once again, six Massachusetts based Welch Healthcare and Retirement Group rehabilitation and nursing centers received 2013 deficiency-free surveys from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. The rehabilitation and skilled nursing centers are in compliance with all requirements for certification in the Medicare and Medicaid Program.

Welch Healthcare & Retirement Group rehabilitation and nursing centers score 2013 deficiency-free surveys.

A successful survey is a reflection of the outstanding work that is done every day by our dedicated and caring staff.

Six Welch Healthcare and Retirement Group rehabilitation and nursing centers received 2013 deficiency-free surveys from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. The rehabilitation and skilled nursing centers are in compliance with all requirements for certification in the Medicare and Medicaid Program. In Massachusetts, a deficiency-free survey from the state Department of Public Health is considered one of the foremost confirmations of quality care and service a skilled nursing center can receive. “For more than 60 years our family has focused on providing the highest standard of care to seniors,” says Richard M. Welch, president, Welch Healthcare and Retirement Group. “A successful survey is a reflection of the outstanding work that is done every day by our dedicated and caring staff,” added Welch.

The state regulations require each skilled nursing facility to undergo a rigorous survey in which the centers are evaluated on quality of nursing care, patient rights, therapeutic recreation, food service, environmental safety and administration. “The Welch Group is proud of the ongoing commitment by our caring and loyal staff,” says Welch Healthcare and Retirement Group Vice-President Paul T. Casale.

At Welch Healthcare and Retirement Group rehabilitation and nursing centers, our dedicated team of rehabilitation therapists, nurses, social workers, dieticians and support staff is committed helping patients to relearn the skills that maximize their independence and current abilities. Each nursing center has extensive experience in providing skilled nursing care for a variety of conditions such as:

  •          Post-surgical orthopedic care
  •         Complex wound care
  •         Cardiac recovery care
  •         Diabetic care
  •         I.V. therapy
  •         Nutritional management
  •         Pain management

The Welch Group provides continuum of care services to seniors and their families who may need housing or care options, including independent living, assisted living, short-term rehabilitation and long-term care, Alzheimer’s care, adult day health or home care services. The company employs a staff of nearly 2000.

Welch Healthcare and Retirement Group rehabilitation and nursing centers receiving 2013 deficiency-free surveys include:

  • Bay Path Rehabilitation & Nursing Center, Duxbury, MA (*2nd year in a row)
  • Brighton House Rehabilitation & Nursing Center, Brighton, MA
  • Colonial Rehabilitation & Nursing Center, Weymouth, MA (*3rd year in a row)
  • Duxbury House Alzheimer’s Care Center, Duxbury, MA (*4th year in a row)
  • Harbor House Rehabilitation & Nursing Center, Hingham, MA (*2nd year in a row)
  • John Scott House Rehabilitation & Nursing Center, Braintree, MA (*2nd year in a row)

Welch Healthcare and Retirement Group is a family-owned senior services company that is committed to the provision of unsurpassed senior care and a leading provider of rehabilitation, skilled nursing and memory care, independent, assisted living and home care services for more than 60 years. For more information, visit: http://www.welchhrg.com.

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