Cambridge House Recognized for Perfect Survey Results
Date Posted : 02/13/2014
BMA Management recently recognized Cambridge House of Maryville for receiving a deficiency-free survey from the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services (HFS).HFS is the department responsible for regulating communities such as Cambridge House that operate through the State of Illinois’ Supportive Living Program.Cambridge House of Maryville was awarded the deficiency-free survey after receiving a perfect score on its survey in June. During the survey process, representatives from HFS visited Cambridge House to conduct a detailed review of all aspects of the facility’s operation, including the physical plant, nursing and ancillary services, maintenance, food service and disaster preparedness. The survey process also included interviews with residents.This is the sixth time Cambridge House has been recognized for receiving a deficiency-free survey."Our emphasis at Cambridge House is helping residents maintain as much independence as possible for as long as possible by providing love, compassion and dignity in addition to the care and assistance they need," says Administrator Tracy Skaer-Henry. “As an affordable assisted living community," she says, "we are proud of our ability to serve older adults of all incomes, especially those who cannot afford private pay assisted living."She added that "we strongly believe that communities such ours serve as a great alternative to nursing home care or to struggling alone at home for older adults who need some assistance to maintain their independence, but do not require skilled nursing home care."Cambridge House of Maryville is one of three Cambridge House affordable assisted living communities in the St. Louis Metro East area and one of 38 senior living communities managed by senior living provider BMA Management, which is based in Bradley, Illinois. BMA is the largest provider of affordable assisted living in Illinois and ranks as the 16th largest provider of assisted living in the nation.
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