Cornwall Manor’s new Skilled Nursing Facility receives Deficiency-Free Inspection
The recent annual Pennsylvania Department of Health inspection at Cornwall Manor’s new Health Center resulted in a deficiency-free inspection, according to Edward Peiffer, Cornwall Manor’s Vice President of Operations. The on-site inspection closely scrutinized resident care and services.
Peiffer stated, “receiving this deficiency-free inspection is exceptional and extremely rare. This is our third consecutive deficiency-free inspection and Cornwall Manor’s fourth deficiency-free inspection in the last six years. These results illustrate the commitment of our staff and the high quality care and services they provide to our residents.”
The new 96-room “resident-focused” skilled nursing facility at Cornwall Manor opened in mid-December. It replaced a building that is now being demolished.
Said Peiffer, “our new health center provides a living environment that matches the quality of care that we have provided for years and is at the core of our mission.”
In December 2015, Cornwall Manor’s personal care facility received their fifth consecutive deficiency-free inspection from the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare.
Cornwall Manor’s Health Center received a 5-Star rating from the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, and is a participating organization in LeadingAge PA’s “Quality First” program, which is a statewide organization of providers of senior housing and services.