Provider Type: Nursing Home
Inspection Data from January 1, 2008 to present
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Survey DateInspection TypeTrack IDDeficiencySeverity and ScopeClassRequirement DescriptionCorrection Date
04/12/2019Fire/Life/SafetyU3MOK0211L1MEANS OF EGRESS - GENERALMeans of Egress - General Aisles, passageways, corridors, exit discharges, exit locations, and accesses are in accordance with Chapter 7, and the means of egress is continuously maintained free of all obstructions to full use in case of emergency, unless modified by 18/19.2.2 through 18/19.2.11. 18.2.1, 19.2.1, 05/14/2019
04/12/2019Fire/Life/SafetyU3MOK0325D3ALCOHOL BASED HAND RUB DISPENSER (ABHR)Alcohol Based Hand Rub Dispenser (ABHR) ABHRs are protected in accordance with, unless all conditions are met: * Corridor is at least 6 feet wide * Maximum individual dispenser capacity is 0.32 gallons (0.53 gallons in suites) of fluid and 18 ounces of Level 1 aerosols * Dispensers shall have a minimum of 4-foot horizontal spacing * Not more than an aggregate of 10 gallons of fluid or 135 ounces aerosol are used in a single smoke compartment outside a storage cabinet, excluding one individual dispenser per room * Storage in a single smoke compartment greater than 5 gallons complies with NFPA 30 * Dispensers are not installed within 1 inch of an ignition source * Dispensers over carpeted floors are in sprinklered smoke compartments * ABHR does not exceed 95 percent alcohol * Operation of the dispenser shall comply with Section or * ABHR is protected against inappropriate access,, 42 CFR Parts 403, 418, 460, 482, 483, and 485 05/14/2019
04/12/2019Fire/Life/SafetyU3MOK0355D3PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERSPortable Fire Extinguishers Portable fire extinguishers are selected, installed, inspected, and maintained in accordance with NFPA 10, Standard for Portable Fire Extinguishers.,, NFPA 10 05/14/2019
04/12/2019Fire/Life/SafetyU3MOK0371E3SUBDIVISION OF BUILDING SPACES - SMOKE COMPARSubdivision of Building Spaces - Smoke Compartments 2012 EXISTING Smoke barriers shall be provided to form at least two smoke compartments on every sleeping floor with a 30 or more patient bed capacity. Size of compartments cannot exceed 22,500 square feet or a 200-foot travel distance from any point in the compartment to a door in the smoke barrier., Detail in REMARKS zone dimensions including length of zones and dead-end corridors.05/14/2019
04/12/2019Fire/Life/SafetyU3MOK0712L1FIRE DRILLSFire Drills Fire drills include the transmission of a fire alarm signal and simulation of emergency fire conditions. Fire drills are held at unexpected times under varying conditions, at least quarterly on each shift. The staff is familiar with procedures and is aware that drills are part of established routine. Responsibility for planning and conducting drills is assigned only to competent persons who are qualified to exercise leadership. Where drills are conducted between 9:00 PM and 6:00 AM, a coded announcement may be used instead of audible alarms. through, through
04/12/2019Fire/Life/SafetyU3MOK0761L1MAINTENANCE INSPECTION & TESTING - DOORSFire doors assemblies are inspected and tested annually in accordance with NFPA 80, Standard for Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives. Non-rated doors, including corridor doors to patient rooms and smoke barrier doors, are routinely inspected as part of the facility maintenance program. Individuals performing the door inspections and testing possess knowledge, training or experience that demonstrates ability. Written records of inspection and testing are maintained and are available for review. 19.7.6, (NFPA 101) 5.2, 5.2.3 (NFPA 80) 05/14/2019
04/12/2019Fire/Life/SafetyU3MOK0914D3ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS - MAINTENANCE AND TESTINGElectrical Systems - Maintenance and Testing Hospital-grade receptacles at patient bed locations and where deep sedation or general anesthesia is administered, are tested after initial installation, replacement or servicing. Additional testing is performed at intervals defined by documented performance data. Receptacles not listed as hospital-grade at these locations are tested at intervals not exceeding 12 months. Line isolation monitors (LIM), if installed, are tested at intervals of less than or equal to 1 month by actuating the LIM test switch per, which activates both visual and audible alarm. For LIM circuits with automated self-testing, this manual test is performed at intervals less than or equal to 12 months. LIM circuits are tested per after any repair or renovation to the electric distribution system. Records are maintained of required tests and associated repairs or modifications, containing date, room or area tested, and results. 6.3.4 (NFPA 99)05/14/2019
04/12/2019Fire/Life/SafetyU3MOK0920D3ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT - POWER CORDS AND EXTENSElectrical Equipment - Power Cords and Extension Cords Power strips in a patient care vicinity are only used for components of movable patient-care-related electrical equipment (PCREE) assembles that have been assembled by qualified personnel and meet the conditions of Power strips in the patient care vicinity may not be used for non-PCREE (e.g., personal electronics), except in long-term care resident rooms that do not use PCREE. Power strips for PCREE meet UL 1363A or UL 60601-1. Power strips for non-PCREE in the patient care rooms (outside of vicinity) meet UL 1363. In non-patient care rooms, power strips meet other UL standards. All power strips are used with general precautions. Extension cords are not used as a substitute for fixed wiring of a structure. Extension cords used temporarily are removed immediately upon completion of the purpose for which it was installed and meets the conditions of 10.2.4. (NFPA 99), 10.2.4 (NFPA 99), 400-8 (NFPA 70), 590.3(D) (NFPA 70), TIA 12-505/14/2019
04/12/2019StandardU3MOF0655D BASELINE CARE PLAN§483.21 Comprehensive Person-Centered Care Planning §483.21(a) Baseline Care Plans §483.21(a)(1) The facility must develop and implement a baseline care plan for each resident that includes the instructions needed to provide effective and person-centered care of the resident that meet professional standards of quality care. The baseline care plan must- (i) Be developed within 48 hours of a resident's admission. (ii) Include the minimum healthcare information necessary to properly care for a resident including, but not limited to- (A) Initial goals based on admission orders. (B) Physician orders. (C) Dietary orders. (D) Therapy services. (E) Social services. (F) PASARR recommendation, if applicable. §483.21(a)(2) The facility may develop a comprehensive care plan in place of the baseline care plan if the comprehensive care plan- (i) Is developed within 48 hours of the resident's admission. (ii) Meets the requirements set forth in paragraph (b) of this section (excepting paragraph (b)(2)(i) of this section). §483.21(a)(3) The facility must provide the resident and their representative with a summary of the baseline care plan that includes but is not limited to: (i) The initial goals of the resident. (ii) A summary of the resident's medications and dietary instructions. (iii) Any services and treatments to be administered by the facility and personnel acting on behalf of the facility. (iv) Any updated information based on the details of the comprehensive care plan, as necessary.05/14/2019