The Brothers of Mercy Wellness Campus has achieved a deficiency-free survey from the New York State Department of Health.
A press release noted that, every year, the Department of Health conducts a survey of all nursing homes. Since the coronavirus hit New York state in 2020, the DOH has been unable to conduct its full surveys.
The survey team of eight reviewed three years’ worth of medical records, observed the care and treatment of the residents/patients, and interviewed team members over the course of five days.
The press release added, “A deficiency-free survey indicates that, during a center’s most recent state inspection, surveyors found zero deficiencies in care, services, or the environment. When a facility receives a deficiency-free state survey, it means you or your loved one can expect the highest level of care in a most favorable environment.”
Brothers of Mercy wellness campus ranked 14th on Newsweek’s “America’s Best Nursing Homes List.” The Brothers of Mercy’s not-for-profit, Catholic mission has been serving WNY seniors for almost 100 years. For more information, call 716-759-6985 or visit www.brothersofmercy.org.