Corson Hall receives SIXTH consecutive deficiency-free survey
The annual unannounced inspection from the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services recently took place at Cornwall Manor’s Personal Care facility, Corson Hall, which resulted in the SIXTH consecutive deficiency-free survey. The detailed and comprehensive process involved a review of resident care, recordkeeping, staff interaction, quality of care and a variety of areas that are regulated by the state of Pennsylvania.
This number of consecutive deficiency-free annual inspections for a personal care facility is highly unusual in the industry.
Corson Hall is a 30-bed licensed personal care facility at Cornwall Manor, and is one of three levels of care (in addition to residential living and skilled nursing) available at the not-for-profit continuing care community.”
Personal Care at Cornwall Manor is a combination of independence and personal attention to help residents through each day as their needs may change. Individuals who may need assistance with bathing, dressing, meals, medication monitoring, etc. can receive two levels of services depending on need.
Minnie Strickler, Cornwall Manor’s Administrator of Health Services said, “Receiving six consecutive deficiency-free inspections is extraordinary. The team at Corson Hall – from nursing, to housekeeping to maintenance to food service – provide loving care every day to our residents and we are very proud of their outstanding work and dedication.”