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United Medical Nursing Home in Washington, DC, along with Unique Rehabilitation and Health Center LLC in Washington, DC, are the only two nursing homes in The District County, DC that have a 1-star rating in each of health inspection, staffing, and registered-nurse staffing.

United Medical Nursing Home has these rating standings among those 18 nursing homes:

  • overall rating = 2 stars

  • change in overall rating over two years = 0 stars

  • health-inspection rating = 1 star

  • quality-measures rating = 5 stars

  • staffing rating = 1 star

  • registered-nurse staffing rating = 1 star

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  1. in county. Except where noted, all data come from the Dec 19, 2018 update at Nursing Home Compare and all changes-over-time are over two years, comparing to the Nov 2016 update.
  2. have a 1-star rating in. Smaller sets are better. 5 stars is the best rating and 1 star is the worst. Refer to Five-Star Quality Rating System. Except where noted, all data come from the Dec 19, 2018 update at Nursing Home Compare and all changes-over-time are over two years, comparing to the Nov 2016 update.

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United Medical Nursing Home in Washington, DC is owned by the city, in Washington, DC, in zipcode 20032, is government-owned, Medicaid certified, Medicare certified, located within a hospital, had a deficiency in how to ensure services provided by the nursing facility meet professional standards of quality, had a deficiency in how to ensure that a nursing home area is free from accident hazards and provide adequate supervision to prevent avoidable accidents, had a deficiency in how to have a program that investigates, controls and keeps infection from spreading, had a deficiency in how to immediately tell the resident, the resident's doctor, and a family member of situations (injury/decline/room, etc.) that affect the resident, had a deficiency in how to store, cook, and serve food in a safe and clean way, has a Family Council, has a Resident Council, has automatic sprinklers in all required areas, doesn't have payment denials, has a 1-star rating in each of health inspection, staffing, and registered-nurse staffing, has a 5-star rating in quality measures, has a 1- or 2-star rating in each of overall, health inspection, staffing, and registered-nurse staffing (4 total), and has a 4- or 5-star rating in quality measures.

 

     Numeric values:
  • total fines ($138,766)
  • change in total fines over two years (+$79,615)
  • incentive bonus payments per $1M in claims ($20,924)
  • long-stay residents assessed and appropriately given the seasonal influenza vaccine (97.7%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • long-stay residents assessed and appropriately given the pneumococcal vaccine (97.6%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • short-stay residents who were assessed and appropriately given the seasonal influenza vaccine (75.4%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • short-stay residents who made improvements in function (74.0%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • short-stay residents assessed and appropriately given the pneumococcal vaccine (73.2%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • short-stay residents who were successfully discharged to the community (33.2%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • short-stay residents who were rehospitalized or had an outpatient emergency department visit (30.5%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • low-risk long-stay residents who lose control of their bowels or bladder (25.5%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • short-stay residents who were rehospitalized after a nursing home admission (21.8%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • long-stay residents who received an antianxiety or hypnotic medication (17.0%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • high-risk long-stay residents with pressure ulcers (12.8%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • long-stay residents who received an antipsychotic medication (12.4%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • long-stay residents whose ability to move independently worsened (10.3%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • short-stay residents who had an outpatient emergency department visit (8.7%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • long-stay residents whose need for help with daily activities has increased (7.1%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • long-stay residents who lose too much weight (6.8%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • short-stay residents who newly received an antipsychotic medication (5.6%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • long-stay residents experiencing one or more falls with major injury (2.2%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • short-stay residents who self-report moderate to severe pain (1.8%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • long-stay residents with a urinary tract infection (1.4%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • long-stay residents with a catheter inserted and left in their bladder (0.9%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • short-stay residents with pressure ulcers that are new or worsened (0.0%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • long-stay residents who self-report moderate to severe pain (0.0%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • long-stay residents who were physically restrained (0.0%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • long-stay residents who have depressive symptoms (0.0%, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • change in overall rating over two years (0 stars)
  • change in quality rating over two years (+2 stars)
  • change in staffing rating over two years (-3 stars)
  • health-inspection rating (1 star)
  • overall rating (2 stars)
  • quality-measures rating (5 stars)
  • registered-nurse staffing rating (1 star)
  • staffing rating (1 star)
  • change in facility-reported incidents or substantiated complaints over two years (+1)
  • change in last-inspection-cycle health-deficiency score over two years (+24)
  • change in last-inspection-cycle total health-inspection score over two years (+24)
  • change in total last-inspection-cycle health deficiencies over two years (+9)
  • change in total weighted health survey score over two years (-59.2)
  • count of administration deficiencies (2)
  • count of automatic sprinkler systems deficiencies (0)
  • count of construction deficiencies (0)
  • count of corridor walls and doors deficiencies (0)
  • count of electrical deficiencies (0)
  • count of emergency plans and fire drills deficiencies (0)
  • count of emergency preparedness deficiencies (0)
  • count of environmental deficiencies (5)
  • count of exit deficiencies (0)
  • count of fire alarm systems deficiencies (0)
  • count of freedom from abuse, neglect, and exploitation deficiencies (2)
  • count of gas, vacuum, and electrical systems deficiencies (0)
  • count of hazardous area deficiencies (0)
  • count of illumination and emergency power deficiencies (0)
  • count of interior deficiencies (0)
  • count of laboratories deficiencies (0)
  • count of medical gases and anesthetizing areas deficiencies (0)
  • count of miscellaneous deficiencies (0)
  • count of nursing and physician services deficiencies (0)
  • count of nutrition and dietary deficiencies (1)
  • count of pharmacy service deficiencies (0)
  • count of quality of life and care deficiencies (4)
  • count of resident assessment and care planning deficiencies (1)
  • count of resident rights deficiencies (8)
  • count of services deficiencies (0)
  • count of smoke deficiencies (0)
  • count of smoking regulations deficiencies (0)
  • facility-reported incidents (1)
  • facility-reported incidents or substantiated complaints (6)
  • fines (2)
  • health deficiencies during the last inspection cycle (23)
  • health deficiencies from complaint surveys during the last inspection cycle (0)
  • health deficiencies from the standard survey during the last inspection cycle (23)
  • health deficiency citations on most recent health inspection occurring before 11/28/2017 (23)
  • health-deficiency score during the last inspection cycle (92)
  • hospitalizations per 1,000 long-stay resident days (0.96, but changed to n/a because the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40.)
  • payment denials (0)
  • substantiated complaints (5)
  • total health-inspection score during the last inspection cycle (92)
  • total number of fire-safety deficiencies (0)
  • total number of health deficiencies (23)
  • total penalties (2)
  • total weighted health survey score during the last 2 inspection cycles (129.6)
  • certified beds (120)
  • years certified for Medicare/Medicaid (9.8)

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