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Nursing Home Care Results

Please enter your location in the search box to view information about the quality of care provided in nursing homes in your area. The nursing home options displayed are VA Community Living Centers, State Veterans Homes and private sector nursing homes with whom VA contracts. This data will be updated quarterly.

VA Community Living Centers

VA’s Community Living Center (CLC) Compare Report features a star rating system adapted from Medicare’s Five Star Rating Methodology that gives each facility a rating between 1 and 5 stars. These CLC ratings are based on:

  • Health surveys
  • Staffing
  • Quality of resident care measures

Each of these 3 domains are assigned a star rating, and, in addition, an overall 5-Star rating calculated to allow as close of a comparison to community nursing homes as possible.

The CLC Compare replicates Medicare’s five-star rating method as closely as possible, but is still a “work in progress”. For instance, VA is only able to report 11 out of 16 Medicare quality measures for skilled nursing facilities. We are working on the remaining 5 and plan to release those over the next year once they are available.

Using the star rating with other information
The star rating system can give important information about topics that residents and families find important, but isn’t a substitute for visiting a facility. Residents and families should use the star ratings, together with other sources of information such as a personal visit or a discussion with a clinical provider that understands the resident’s needs and the capabilities of a facility. The Medicare Guide to Choosing a Nursing Home (PDF) and Nursing Home Checklist (PDF) may help with questions to ask when visiting a facility.
What goes into the CLC Compare Report
Health Surveys
Medicare Certified Skilled Nursing Facilities as well as VA Community Living Centers must meet standards set by the federal government to protect residents. Examples of these standards include:
  • Hiring enough quality staff to provide adequate care
  • Managing medications properly
  • Protecting residents from physical and mental abuse
  • Storing and preparing food properly
State survey agencies conduct health surveys of Medicare certified facilities about once a year on behalf of the federal government. The health survey team consists of trained surveyors, including at least one registered nurse. VA uses an external organization to survey its CLCs using the same standards required by Medicare. VA’s survey team looks at many aspects of life in the nursing home including, but not limited to:
  • The care of residents and the processes used to give that care
  • How the staff and residents interact
  • The nursing home environment
Surveyors also review the residents' clinical records, interview residents and family members, as well as caregivers and administrative staff.

The survey star rating is based on the last 3 years of onsite surveys, with the greatest weight given to the most recent survey. Star ratings are assigned based on how the Community Living Center scores compare with Medicare nursing homes in the same state. In some cases, VA surveyors may be “tougher graders” than state surveyors, so the star rating comparisons are only approximate.
Staffing
The staffing rating has information about the number of hours of care provided on average to each resident each day by nursing staff, which include registered nurses (RN), licensed practical/vocational nurses (LPN/LVN), and nurse aides (NA). Care hours are derived from automated systems that track staff assignments and care. Total care hours are adjusted for the fact that some residents are sicker and therefore have greater care needs. For example, a Community Nursing Home with residents who had more severe needs would be expected to have more nursing staff than one where the residents do not need as much care. Star ratings are assigned based on how the Community Living Center performs compared with Medicare nursing homes across the nation.
Quality Measures
The quality measure rating has information on different physical and clinical measures for CLC residents. This information is collected by VA Community Living Centers as well as by Medicare Skilled Nursing Facilities for all residents using the latest version of the Resident Assessment Instrument - Minimum Data Set. The information collected includes the residents' health, physical functioning, mental status, and general well-being and offer information about the progress of resident’s physical and clinical needs. Medicare Skilled Nursing Facilities and VA CLCs use the quality measures to review and improve the quality of the care they give to residents. Information is listed for 2 groups of residents:
  1. Short-stay residents - those who spent 100 days or less in a nursing home
  2. Long-stay residents - those who spent over 100 days in a nursing home
CMS assigns nursing homes a quality of resident care star rating based on their performance on 16 measures, of which VA currently is able to track and report 11. The other 5 are in development and will be released when available.
Quality Measures are not the same as Quality Standards
According to CMS Care Compare the quality of resident care measures aren’t benchmarks, thresholds, guidelines, or standards of care. They are snapshot, at a point in time, of the average condition of residents. The measures also may not take into account the special populations that are served by a facility, which may cause higher rates of certain conditions. For example, a CLC that specializes in complex skin and wound care may admit Veterans with severe pressure ulcers that occurred at home or another hospital. If those residents require more than 100 days for healing, those residents will be counted in the numerator of the “Pressure Ulcer among High Risk Long Stay Residents” measure, even if their care in the CLC was entirely appropriate and met medical standards.
Things to Keep in Mind for the Overall Star Rating
No rating system can address all the important considerations that go into a decision about which nursing home/CLC may be best for a particular person. Examples include the extent to which specialty care is provided (such as specialized rehabilitation, hospice care, or care focused on behavioral or cognitive difficulties) or how easy it will be for family members to visit the nursing home resident. Visits from family can improve both the residents' quality of life and quality of care, so it may often be better to select a nursing home or VA CLC that is close over one that may be farther. Veterans and their caregivers should therefore use CMS Star Ratings together with other sources of information, such as a personal visit and tour, to determine the long-term care setting that is most appropriate.

State Veteran Homes

The State Veterans Home (SVH) Report features a star rating pulled from Medicare’s Five Star Rating that gives each facility a rating between 1 and 5 stars. These ratings are based on:

  • Health surveys
  • Staffing
  • Quality of resident care measures

Each of these 3 domains are assigned a star rating, and, in addition, an overall 5-Star rating calculated.

VA is only able to report star ratings for those SVHs that are certified by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). For those SVH that do not participate with CMS, VA will display only the Quality Measures.

Quality Measures
The quality measures have information on different physical and clinical measures for SVH residents. This information is collected by SVHs, VA CLCs and by Medicare Skilled Nursing Facilities for all residents using the latest version of the Resident Assessment Instrument - Minimum Data Set. The information collected includes the residents' health, physical functioning, mental status, and general well-being and offer information about the progress of resident’s physical and clinical needs. The quality measures are used to review and improve the quality of the care they give to residents. Information is listed for 2 groups of residents:
  1. Short-stay residents - those who spent 100 days or less in a nursing home
  2. Long-stay residents - those who spent over 100 days in a nursing home
Quality Measures are not the same as Quality Standards
According to CMS Care Compare the quality of resident care measures aren’t benchmarks, thresholds, guidelines, or standards of care. They are snapshot, at a point in time, of the average condition of residents. The measures also may not take into account the special populations that are served by a facility, which may cause higher rates of certain conditions.
Things to Keep in Mind
No rating system can address all the important considerations that go into a decision about which nursing home/SVH may be best for a particular person. Examples include the extent to which specialty care is provided (such as specialized rehabilitation, hospice care, or care focused on behavioral or cognitive difficulties) or how easy it will be for family members to visit the nursing home resident. Visits from family can improve both the residents' quality of life and quality of care, so it may often be better to select a nursing home that is close over one that may be farther. Veterans and their caregivers should therefore use this information together with other sources of information, such as a personal visit and tour, to determine the long-term care setting that is most appropriate. The Medicare Guide to Choosing a Nursing Home (PDF) and Nursing Home Checklist (PDF) may help with questions to ask when visiting a facility.
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Facilities

AVE MARIA VILLAGE

501 19TH ST NE
JAMESTOWN, ND 58401
Overall Star Rating
2Overall

AVE MARIA VILLAGE

Survey Reports

CNH Survey

Quality Measures

Quality Measure Facility (%) National (%)
Short Stay Newly Received Antipsych Meds 3.3 1.8
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
New or Worse Pressure Ulcer 0.3 0.9
Improvement in Function 75.1 73.9
Rehospitalized after NH Admission 14.1 22.7
Outpatient ED Visit 22.1 11.1
Discharged to Community 65 53.9
Long Stay High Risk Pressure Ulcer 9.7 8.2
Falls with Major Injury 8 3.4
Catheter in Bladder 2 1.5
Receive Antipsych Meds 16.5 14.5
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
Physical Restraints Note 2
Help with Assisted Daily Living 16.4 14.9
Urinary Tract Infection 1.4 2.4
Ability to Move Independently Worsened 22.4 19.8

Staffing

Staffing Measures Facility National
RN hours per resident day 0.875 0.68
Total nursing hours per resident day 4.816 3.76
A
AVE MARIA VILLAGE
501 19TH ST NE
JAMESTOWN, ND, 58401
Overall 2
Quality 3 Staffing 5 Survey 1

BETHANY ON 42ND

4255 30TH AVE S
FARGO, ND 58104
Overall Star Rating
5Overall

BETHANY ON 42ND

Survey Reports

CNH Survey

Quality Measures

Quality Measure Facility (%) National (%)
Short Stay Newly Received Antipsych Meds 1.3 1.8
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
New or Worse Pressure Ulcer 0.2 0.9
Improvement in Function 73.5 73.9
Rehospitalized after NH Admission 27.6 22.7
Outpatient ED Visit 2.2 11.1
Discharged to Community 58.5 53.9
Long Stay High Risk Pressure Ulcer 3.7 8.2
Falls with Major Injury 1.2 3.4
Catheter in Bladder 0 1.5
Receive Antipsych Meds 16.6 14.5
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
Physical Restraints Note 2
Help with Assisted Daily Living 7.3 14.9
Urinary Tract Infection 2.7 2.4
Ability to Move Independently Worsened 21.2 19.8

Staffing

Staffing Measures Facility National
RN hours per resident day 0.523 0.68
Total nursing hours per resident day 4.784 3.76
B
BETHANY ON 42ND
4255 30TH AVE S
FARGO, ND, 58104
Overall 5
Quality 5 Staffing 4 Survey 4

BETHANY ON UNIVERSITY

201 S UNIVERSITY DR
FARGO, ND 58103
Overall Star Rating
5Overall

BETHANY ON UNIVERSITY

Survey Reports

CNH Survey

Quality Measures

Quality Measure Facility (%) National (%)
Short Stay Newly Received Antipsych Meds 0.4 1.8
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
New or Worse Pressure Ulcer 0.3 0.9
Improvement in Function 68.3 73.9
Rehospitalized after NH Admission 16.6 22.7
Outpatient ED Visit 6.9 11.1
Discharged to Community 64.8 53.9
Long Stay High Risk Pressure Ulcer 6.4 8.2
Falls with Major Injury 3.4 3.4
Catheter in Bladder 0.8 1.5
Receive Antipsych Meds 20.2 14.5
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
Physical Restraints Note 2
Help with Assisted Daily Living 10.2 14.9
Urinary Tract Infection 1.1 2.4
Ability to Move Independently Worsened 22.9 19.8

Staffing

Staffing Measures Facility National
RN hours per resident day 0.763 0.68
Total nursing hours per resident day 5.311 3.76
C
BETHANY ON UNIVERSITY
201 S UNIVERSITY DR
FARGO, ND, 58103
Overall 5
Quality 5 Staffing 4 Survey 3

Fargo ND CLC

2101 Elm Street
Fargo, ND 58102
Overall Star Rating
4Overall

Fargo ND CLC

Survey Reports

Quality Measures

Quality Measure Facility (%) National (%)
Short Stay Newly Received Antipsych Meds 4 1.8
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
New or Worse Pressure Ulcer 0 0.9
Improvement in Function 62.5 73.9
Rehospitalized after NH Admission 22.9 22.7
Outpatient ED Visit 12.2 11.1
Discharged to Community 58.9 53.9
Long Stay High Risk Pressure Ulcer 8.3 8.2
Falls with Major Injury 6.2 3.4
Catheter in Bladder 5.9 1.5
Receive Antipsych Meds 11.1 14.5
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
Physical Restraints Note 2
Help with Assisted Daily Living 0 14.9
Urinary Tract Infection 0 2.4
Ability to Move Independently Worsened 12.2 19.8

Staffing

Staffing Measures Facility National
RN hours per resident day 3.42 0.68
Total nursing hours per resident day 8.03 3.76
D
Fargo ND CLC
2101 Elm Street
Fargo, ND, 58102
Overall 4
Quality 3 Staffing 5 Survey 3

GOOD SAMARITAN SOCIETY - LAKOTA

608 4TH AVE SW
LAKOTA, ND 58344
Overall Star Rating
1Overall

GOOD SAMARITAN SOCIETY - LAKOTA

Survey Reports

CNH Survey

Quality Measures

Quality Measure Facility (%) National (%)
Short Stay Newly Received Antipsych Meds Note 1 1.8
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
New or Worse Pressure Ulcer 2.9 0.9
Improvement in Function Note 1 73.9
Rehospitalized after NH Admission 22.7
Outpatient ED Visit 11.1
Discharged to Community 53.9
Long Stay High Risk Pressure Ulcer 8.1 8.2
Falls with Major Injury 3.9 3.4
Catheter in Bladder 0 1.5
Receive Antipsych Meds 30.4 14.5
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
Physical Restraints Note 2
Help with Assisted Daily Living 13.4 14.9
Urinary Tract Infection 4 2.4
Ability to Move Independently Worsened 17.5 19.8

Staffing

Staffing Measures Facility National
RN hours per resident day 0.531 0.68
Total nursing hours per resident day 3.683 3.76
E
GOOD SAMARITAN SOCIETY - LAKOTA
608 4TH AVE SW
LAKOTA, ND, 58344
Overall 1
Quality 3 Staffing 3 Survey 1

GOOD SAMARITAN SOCIETY - LARIMORE

501 E FRONT ST
LARIMORE, ND 58251
Overall Star Rating
2Overall

GOOD SAMARITAN SOCIETY - LARIMORE

Survey Reports

CNH Survey

Quality Measures

Quality Measure Facility (%) National (%)
Short Stay Newly Received Antipsych Meds 0 1.8
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
New or Worse Pressure Ulcer 1.6 0.9
Improvement in Function 56.1 73.9
Rehospitalized after NH Admission 22.7
Outpatient ED Visit 11.1
Discharged to Community 53.9
Long Stay High Risk Pressure Ulcer 3.8 8.2
Falls with Major Injury 5.6 3.4
Catheter in Bladder 8.4 1.5
Receive Antipsych Meds 11.2 14.5
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
Physical Restraints Note 2
Help with Assisted Daily Living 13.9 14.9
Urinary Tract Infection 7.5 2.4
Ability to Move Independently Worsened 21 19.8

Staffing

Staffing Measures Facility National
RN hours per resident day 0.965 0.68
Total nursing hours per resident day 4.136 3.76
F
GOOD SAMARITAN SOCIETY - LARIMORE
501 E FRONT ST
LARIMORE, ND, 58251
Overall 2
Quality 3 Staffing 5 Survey 1

LUTHER MEMORIAL HOME

750 MAIN ST E
MAYVILLE, ND 58257
Overall Star Rating
5Overall

LUTHER MEMORIAL HOME

Survey Reports

CNH Survey

Quality Measures

Quality Measure Facility (%) National (%)
Short Stay Newly Received Antipsych Meds 3.8 1.8
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
New or Worse Pressure Ulcer 1.7 0.9
Improvement in Function Note 1 73.9
Rehospitalized after NH Admission 22.7
Outpatient ED Visit 11.1
Discharged to Community 53.9
Long Stay High Risk Pressure Ulcer 5.6 8.2
Falls with Major Injury 1.4 3.4
Catheter in Bladder 0 1.5
Receive Antipsych Meds 19.8 14.5
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
Physical Restraints Note 2
Help with Assisted Daily Living 13.4 14.9
Urinary Tract Infection 4.2 2.4
Ability to Move Independently Worsened 13.7 19.8

Staffing

Staffing Measures Facility National
RN hours per resident day 0.851 0.68
Total nursing hours per resident day 5.131 3.76
G
LUTHER MEMORIAL HOME
750 MAIN ST E
MAYVILLE, ND, 58257
Overall 5
Quality 5 Staffing 5 Survey 4

LUTHERAN SUNSET HOME

333 EASTERN AVE
GRAFTON, ND 58237
Overall Star Rating
4Overall

LUTHERAN SUNSET HOME

Survey Reports

CNH Survey

Quality Measures

Quality Measure Facility (%) National (%)
Short Stay Newly Received Antipsych Meds Note 1 1.8
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
New or Worse Pressure Ulcer 0 0.9
Improvement in Function Note 1 73.9
Rehospitalized after NH Admission 20.2 22.7
Outpatient ED Visit 7.7 11.1
Discharged to Community 53.9
Long Stay High Risk Pressure Ulcer 6.9 8.2
Falls with Major Injury 2.5 3.4
Catheter in Bladder 2.4 1.5
Receive Antipsych Meds 22.8 14.5
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
Physical Restraints Note 2
Help with Assisted Daily Living 11.1 14.9
Urinary Tract Infection 0.3 2.4
Ability to Move Independently Worsened 13 19.8

Staffing

Staffing Measures Facility National
RN hours per resident day 0.565 0.68
Total nursing hours per resident day 4.111 3.76
H
LUTHERAN SUNSET HOME
333 EASTERN AVE
GRAFTON, ND, 58237
Overall 4
Quality 3 Staffing 4 Survey 4

MARIAN MANOR HEALTHCARE CENTER

604 ASH AVE E
GLEN ULLIN, ND 58631
Overall Star Rating
5Overall

MARIAN MANOR HEALTHCARE CENTER

Survey Reports

CNH Survey

Quality Measures

Quality Measure Facility (%) National (%)
Short Stay Newly Received Antipsych Meds 7.7 1.8
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
New or Worse Pressure Ulcer 0 0.9
Improvement in Function 90.7 73.9
Rehospitalized after NH Admission 29.1 22.7
Outpatient ED Visit 5.1 11.1
Discharged to Community 53.9
Long Stay High Risk Pressure Ulcer 4.1 8.2
Falls with Major Injury 5.4 3.4
Catheter in Bladder 0.9 1.5
Receive Antipsych Meds 35.4 14.5
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
Physical Restraints Note 2
Help with Assisted Daily Living 14.2 14.9
Urinary Tract Infection 12.4 2.4
Ability to Move Independently Worsened 29.1 19.8

Staffing

Staffing Measures Facility National
RN hours per resident day 0.984 0.68
Total nursing hours per resident day 4.803 3.76
I
MARIAN MANOR HEALTHCARE CENTER
604 ASH AVE E
GLEN ULLIN, ND, 58631
Overall 5
Quality 2 Staffing 5 Survey 4

MARYHILL MANOR

110 HILLCREST DR
ENDERLIN, ND 58027
Overall Star Rating
5Overall

MARYHILL MANOR

Survey Reports

CNH Survey

Quality Measures

Quality Measure Facility (%) National (%)
Short Stay Newly Received Antipsych Meds 0 1.8
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
New or Worse Pressure Ulcer 0 0.9
Improvement in Function 92.9 73.9
Rehospitalized after NH Admission 22.7
Outpatient ED Visit 11.1
Discharged to Community 53.9
Long Stay High Risk Pressure Ulcer 9.7 8.2
Falls with Major Injury 3.9 3.4
Catheter in Bladder 0.9 1.5
Receive Antipsych Meds 24.1 14.5
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
Physical Restraints Note 2
Help with Assisted Daily Living 12.7 14.9
Urinary Tract Infection 9.8 2.4
Ability to Move Independently Worsened 16.6 19.8

Staffing

Staffing Measures Facility National
RN hours per resident day 0.583 0.68
Total nursing hours per resident day 4.204 3.76
J
MARYHILL MANOR
110 HILLCREST DR
ENDERLIN, ND, 58027
Overall 5
Quality 5 Staffing 4 Survey 4

NORTH DAKOTA VETERANS HOME

1600 VETERANS DRIVE
LISBON, ND 58054
Overall Star Rating
5Overall

NORTH DAKOTA VETERANS HOME

Survey Reports

SVH Survey

Quality Measures

Quality Measure Facility (%) National (%)
Short Stay Newly Received Antipsych Meds Note 1 1.8
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
New or Worse Pressure Ulcer 0 0.9
Improvement in Function Note 1 73.9
Rehospitalized after NH Admission 22.7
Outpatient ED Visit 11.1
Discharged to Community 53.9
Long Stay High Risk Pressure Ulcer 2.7 8.2
Falls with Major Injury 4.8 3.4
Catheter in Bladder 7.6 1.5
Receive Antipsych Meds 7.3 14.5
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
Physical Restraints Note 2
Help with Assisted Daily Living 22.4 14.9
Urinary Tract Infection 6.3 2.4
Ability to Move Independently Worsened 19.4 19.8
K
NORTH DAKOTA VETERANS HOME
1600 VETERANS DRIVE
LISBON, ND, 58054
Overall 5
Quality 3 Staffing 5 Survey 5

ROSEWOOD ON BROADWAY

1351 N BROADWAY
FARGO, ND 58102
Overall Star Rating
5Overall

ROSEWOOD ON BROADWAY

Survey Reports

CNH Survey

Quality Measures

Quality Measure Facility (%) National (%)
Short Stay Newly Received Antipsych Meds 2.4 1.8
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
New or Worse Pressure Ulcer 1 0.9
Improvement in Function 90.4 73.9
Rehospitalized after NH Admission 22.7 22.7
Outpatient ED Visit 10.9 11.1
Discharged to Community 50.1 53.9
Long Stay High Risk Pressure Ulcer 2 8.2
Falls with Major Injury 3.6 3.4
Catheter in Bladder 1.3 1.5
Receive Antipsych Meds 10.9 14.5
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
Physical Restraints Note 2
Help with Assisted Daily Living 14.7 14.9
Urinary Tract Infection 3.8 2.4
Ability to Move Independently Worsened 18.9 19.8

Staffing

Staffing Measures Facility National
RN hours per resident day 0.897 0.68
Total nursing hours per resident day 4.911 3.76
L
ROSEWOOD ON BROADWAY
1351 N BROADWAY
FARGO, ND, 58102
Overall 5
Quality 4 Staffing 5 Survey 4

SHEYENNE CARE CENTER

979 CENTRAL AVE N
VALLEY CITY, ND 58072
Overall Star Rating
3Overall

SHEYENNE CARE CENTER

Survey Reports

CNH Survey

Quality Measures

Quality Measure Facility (%) National (%)
Short Stay Newly Received Antipsych Meds 7 1.8
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
New or Worse Pressure Ulcer 1.8 0.9
Improvement in Function 61.6 73.9
Rehospitalized after NH Admission 13.8 22.7
Outpatient ED Visit 6.7 11.1
Discharged to Community 53.9
Long Stay High Risk Pressure Ulcer 6.5 8.2
Falls with Major Injury 3.9 3.4
Catheter in Bladder 1.8 1.5
Receive Antipsych Meds 34.2 14.5
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
Physical Restraints Note 2
Help with Assisted Daily Living 22.9 14.9
Urinary Tract Infection 3 2.4
Ability to Move Independently Worsened 20.8 19.8

Staffing

Staffing Measures Facility National
RN hours per resident day 0.529 0.68
Total nursing hours per resident day 4.243 3.76
M
SHEYENNE CARE CENTER
979 CENTRAL AVE N
VALLEY CITY, ND, 58072
Overall 3
Quality 2 Staffing 4 Survey 2

ST LUKES HOME

242 10TH ST W
DICKINSON, ND 58601
Overall Star Rating
3Overall

ST LUKES HOME

Survey Reports

CNH Survey

Quality Measures

Quality Measure Facility (%) National (%)
Short Stay Newly Received Antipsych Meds 7.7 1.8
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
New or Worse Pressure Ulcer 0.6 0.9
Improvement in Function 90.8 73.9
Rehospitalized after NH Admission 12.5 22.7
Outpatient ED Visit 7.5 11.1
Discharged to Community 51.5 53.9
Long Stay High Risk Pressure Ulcer 4.7 8.2
Falls with Major Injury 5.9 3.4
Catheter in Bladder 1.5 1.5
Receive Antipsych Meds 32.6 14.5
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
Physical Restraints Note 2
Help with Assisted Daily Living 12.6 14.9
Urinary Tract Infection 2.1 2.4
Ability to Move Independently Worsened 10.7 19.8

Staffing

Staffing Measures Facility National
RN hours per resident day 0.911 0.68
Total nursing hours per resident day 5.046 3.76
N
ST LUKES HOME
242 10TH ST W
DICKINSON, ND, 58601
Overall 3
Quality 4 Staffing 5 Survey 2

ST ROSE CARE CENTER

315 1ST ST SE
LAMOURE, ND 58458
Overall Star Rating
2Overall

ST ROSE CARE CENTER

Survey Reports

CNH Survey

Quality Measures

Quality Measure Facility (%) National (%)
Short Stay Newly Received Antipsych Meds 8.3 1.8
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
New or Worse Pressure Ulcer 0 0.9
Improvement in Function 80.7 73.9
Rehospitalized after NH Admission 15.1 22.7
Outpatient ED Visit 10.1 11.1
Discharged to Community 53.9
Long Stay High Risk Pressure Ulcer 8.5 8.2
Falls with Major Injury 1 3.4
Catheter in Bladder 1.8 1.5
Receive Antipsych Meds 27.5 14.5
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
Physical Restraints Note 2
Help with Assisted Daily Living 16.3 14.9
Urinary Tract Infection 1 2.4
Ability to Move Independently Worsened 21.8 19.8

Staffing

Staffing Measures Facility National
RN hours per resident day 1.121 0.68
Total nursing hours per resident day 4.56 3.76
O
ST ROSE CARE CENTER
315 1ST ST SE
LAMOURE, ND, 58458
Overall 2
Quality 3 Staffing 5 Survey 1

ST VINCENT'S - A PROSPERA COMMUNITY

1021 N 26TH ST
BISMARCK, ND 58501
Overall Star Rating
3Overall

ST VINCENT'S - A PROSPERA COMMUNITY

Survey Reports

CNH Survey

Quality Measures

Quality Measure Facility (%) National (%)
Short Stay Newly Received Antipsych Meds 2.2 1.8
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
New or Worse Pressure Ulcer 0 0.9
Improvement in Function 80.8 73.9
Rehospitalized after NH Admission 18.1 22.7
Outpatient ED Visit 5.4 11.1
Discharged to Community 37.3 53.9
Long Stay High Risk Pressure Ulcer 9.3 8.2
Falls with Major Injury 2.1 3.4
Catheter in Bladder 1.1 1.5
Receive Antipsych Meds 15.9 14.5
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
Physical Restraints Note 2
Help with Assisted Daily Living 11 14.9
Urinary Tract Infection 4.2 2.4
Ability to Move Independently Worsened 27.6 19.8

Staffing

Staffing Measures Facility National
RN hours per resident day 0.969 0.68
Total nursing hours per resident day 4.451 3.76
P
ST VINCENT'S - A PROSPERA COMMUNITY
1021 N 26TH ST
BISMARCK, ND, 58501
Overall 3
Quality 4 Staffing 5 Survey 2

VILLA MARIA

3102 S UNIVERSITY DR
FARGO, ND 58103
Overall Star Rating
3Overall

VILLA MARIA

Survey Reports

CNH Survey

Quality Measures

Quality Measure Facility (%) National (%)
Short Stay Newly Received Antipsych Meds 0 1.8
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
New or Worse Pressure Ulcer 1.1 0.9
Improvement in Function 82.1 73.9
Rehospitalized after NH Admission 27.9 22.7
Outpatient ED Visit 11.1 11.1
Discharged to Community 47.1 53.9
Long Stay High Risk Pressure Ulcer 6.7 8.2
Falls with Major Injury 3.5 3.4
Catheter in Bladder 0.9 1.5
Receive Antipsych Meds 22.9 14.5
Moderate-Severe Pain Note 2
Physical Restraints Note 2
Help with Assisted Daily Living 11.7 14.9
Urinary Tract Infection 1.6 2.4
Ability to Move Independently Worsened 15.2 19.8

Staffing

Staffing Measures Facility National
RN hours per resident day 0.762 0.68
Total nursing hours per resident day 5.209 3.76
Q
VILLA MARIA
3102 S UNIVERSITY DR
FARGO, ND, 58103
Overall 3
Quality 4 Staffing 4 Survey 2
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  • Contract Nursing Home
  • Community Living Center
  • State Veterans Home

The source of the benchmark data is CMS Nursing Home Compare (Filedate: 2022-04-01).

VA CLC measures are rolling 4-quarter measures covering October 1, 2018 – September 30, 2019

The CNH and CMS-participating SVH measures are rolling 4-quarter measures covering January 1, 2021 – December 31, 2021

The SVH measures for SVHs not participating in CMS are rolling 4-quarter measures covering October 1, 2020 – September 30, 2021

* Note 1 The number of residents is too small to report.
* Note 2 Data not available
* Note 3 Too new to rate
* Note 4 No staffing data submitted
* Note 5 Not CMS Certified