WAVERLY, Ohio - Bristol Healthcare has earned a 5-Star rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), ranking it among the Top 10 percent of nursing home facilities in the state of Ohio.
“It’s an underlying testament to our outstanding employees and the care that they provide to our residents,” said Randy Benner, the Director of Marketing and Admissions and Administrator-in-Training at Bristol Healthcare. “Resident needs come first and our staff is wonderful at prioritizing that. It all comes back to the overall absolute dedication to the quality of care that we provide.”
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services created the 5-Star Quality Rating System to help consumers and caregivers compare nursing homes more easily and help answer their questions. By the way the rating system is structured only 10 percent of facilities in the state of Ohio can receive a 5-Star rating. Ratings are updated quarterly.
“At Bristol Healthcare we are blessed with the experience and knowledge of the leadership staff and the way they work side-by-side with the front line staff,” said Doug Himes, National Church Residences’ Vice President of Operations for Residential Healthcare. “It is a true team-oriented environment with a strong volunteer program that consists of Bristol Village residents and greater Pike County residents and organizations.”
Bristol Healthcare has approximately 100 employees that provide nursing and assisted living care to about 110 people on a daily basis.