GIRARD – Several Windsor House Inc. skilled nursing centers are now offering new services, says Dan Rowland, director of marketing for Windsor House.
Guardian Health Care Center in Youngstown opened The Center for Healing, which specializes in wound care services. This unit, which reduces hospitalizations, features private rooms.
O’Brien Memorial Health Care Center in Masury launched an all-female behavioral health unit. Working alongside an in-house psychiatrist, staff members treat female patients who suffer from mental illnesses.
Windsor House at Champion will soon break ground on an eight-bed addition to its short-term rehabilitation unit. The therapy gym will also expand, Rowland says.
Windsor House, headquartered in Girard, owns and operates 12 skilled nursing and five assisted living communities throughout northeastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania.
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services ranked Windsor House first in long-stay quality measures in every county where the company operates in Ohio, says Rowland. Long-stay resident quality measures show the average level of a nursing home’s performance in certain areas of care for those who stay in a nursing home for 101 days or more.
Also last year, Masternick Memorial Health Care Center in New Middletown had the third-best annual survey score in Ohio out of 960 Ohio nursing homes, Rowland says.
Deficiency-free surveys were awarded to Champion Estates Assisted Living in Champion Township, Liberty Arms Assisted Living in Liberty Township and Windsor Estates Assisted Living in New Middletown.
Windsor Estates has achieved 12 consecutive perfect state surveys, dating back to when it opened in 2011, and has been recognized as one of Ohio’s top 25 assisted living communities in family satisfaction, Rowland says.