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Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

300 Madison Street, Brooklyn, NY 11216

The overall rating for Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is much below average. The facility has 140 certified beds that have been approved by the federal government to participate in Medicare and Medicaid. Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is not in a Continuing Care Retirement Community and is not in a hospital. It has a resident council only. Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is located in Brooklyn, New York. The ownership of the facility is a nonprofit corporation doing business under the legal business name of Concord Nursing Home, Inc.

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) gives each nursing home a star rating on a scale of 1 star to 5 stars. The star rating applies to 3 categories: health inspections, staffing, and quality of resident care measures. The CMS calculates a star rating for each of these 3 sources, along with an overall rating.

Health Inspections

Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center’s star rating for health inspections is 2 stars which is a below average rating. The New York State Department of Health inspects nursing homes about once a year on behalf of the federal government. If the nursing home is performing poorly, if there are complaints, or if the facility reported incidents, there may be more frequent inspections. The last full report registered for Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center was on August 16, 2018. In that report 8 health citations were noted. The average number of health citations in New York are 4.8. The average number of health citations in the United States is 7.8. While New York State Department of Health can inspect nursing homes based on complaints by anyone such as a resident or a resident’s relative, in the past 3 years there were no complaints that resulted in a citation. Furthermore, nursing homes are required to report any time a resident was harmed or in danger of being harmed. Based on such a report, New York State can inspect the nursing home. In the past 3 years there were no facility-reported issues that resulted in a citation.

Staffing

Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center received a much below average rating for staffing. This means that is received one star out of a possible five. The total number of licensed nurse staff hours per resident per day at Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is 1 hour and 4 minutes, while the New York average is 1 hour and 31 minutes and the national average is 1 hour and 33 minutes. The registered nurse hours per resident per day at Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is 25 minutes compared to 42 minutes for New York and 41 minutes for the United States. Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center provides 3 minutes of physical therapy staff hours per resident per day, while the New York average is 7 minutes and the national average is 8 minutes.

Quality of Resident Care

Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center’s star rating for quality of resident care is 4 stars which is an above average rating. Nursing homes that are certified by Medicare and Medicaid regularly report clinical information for each of their residents to the CMS. For short-stay and long-stay resident quality measures, CMS assigns nursing homes a quality of resident care star rating based on their performance on 16 measures. These, and other measures reflect, on average, how well nursing homes care for their residents. Information is listed for short-stay residents and long-stay residents. Short-stay residents are those who spent 100 days or less in a nursing home while long-stay residents are those who spent over 100 days in a nursing home.

Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center’s star rating for short-stay residents is 4 stars which is an above average rating. 17.2% of Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center’s short-stay residents were re-hospitalized after a nursing home admission. This percentage was lower than both the New York State and national averages which are 20.4% and 22.6%, respectively. 7.2% of Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center’s short-stay residents had an outpatient emergency department visit. The New York State average is 8.8% with the national average being 10.7%. Antipsychotic medications can be used to treat certain mental health conditions. There were no reported short-stay residents at Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center who received antipsychotic medication for the first time, while the New York average is 1.5% and the national average is 1.8%. 7.7% of skilled nursing facility residents had pressure ulcers that were new or worsened while residing at this facility. This average is significantly higher than the national average of 1.6%. 51% of Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center’s short-stay residents received the needed flu shot for current flu season. This percentage was somewhat lower than both the New York and national averages which stand at 82.6% and 82.3%, respectively.

Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center’s star rating for long-stay residents is 5 stars which is a much above average rating. 9.8% of long-stay residents’ need for help with daily activities increased, compared to the New York average of 13.3% and the national average of 14.8%. 0.4% of Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center’s long-stay residents experienced one or more falls with major injury. The New York average is 2.9% and the national average is 3.4%. None of Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center’s long-stay residents reported moderate to severe pain. The New York average in this category is 4.0%, with the national average being 6.9%. 18.9% of Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center’s long-stay high-risk residents developed pressure ulcers, which is somewhat higher than the New York average is 8.6% and the national average of 7.4%. 9.8% of Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center’s long-stay residents needed help with daily activities at an increased level. The New York average is 13.3%, with the national average being 14.8% in this category. 82.8% of Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center’s long-stay residents received the needed vaccine to prevent pneumonia. The New York average is 93.6% with the national average being 93.7%.

Fines

Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center did not receive any nursing home fines from the federal government in the last 3 years.

Disclaimer

The information about the performance of Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is from medicare.gov and is based on past performance. Past performance is not an indicator of future performance.

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