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The most comprehensive and up to date information on COLONIAL PARK REHABILITATION AND NURSING CENTER. Information includes Scores, Ratings, and Trends, Quality Measures, Nursing Hours per Resident, Facility Management and Owners, the latest Covid situation, and Other Important Information. Also, see how this facility compares to the local competition.

Current Trend: Improving

COVID INFORMATION for COLONIAL PARK REHABILITATION AND NURSING CENTER: This facility was cited 0 times during the most recent infection control inspection. There have been 74 residents and 59 staff that have been confirmed infected by Covid-19 as of the week ending Nov 07, 2021. New Covid infection counts for COLONIAL PARK REHABILITATION AND NURSING CENTER were 0 residents and 0 staff for the week ending Nov 07, 2021 .

COLONIAL PARK REHABILITATION AND NURSING CENTER is a skilled nursing facility with 80 certified beds in ROME, NY. It's overall five star rating is 2 out of 5. It's most recent cycle score shows that the facility is improving. Occupancy is 90.88%. The owner is a for profit - corporation. It is Medicare and Medicaid certified. The facility has been participating in Medicare since 08/01/1967; it's provider number is 335233. COLONIAL PARK REHABILITATION AND NURSING CENTER is not a part of a continuing care retirement community. Based on the CMS cycle scores, the facility is ranked #5 out of 11 facilities within a 10 mile radius and #11 out of 23 facilities within a 25 mile radius.

It has been 25 months since the most recent inspection of COLONIAL PARK REHABILITATION AND NURSING CENTER.

General Information:

Data date: October 01, 2021



ROME, NY 13440

Phone: 315-336-5400

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Medicare Provider Number: 335233

Participating in Medicare Since: August 01, 1967

No. of Certified Beds: 80

No. of Residents: 72.7



#5 out of 11 within 10 miles

#11 out of 23 within 25 miles

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Scores, Ratings, and Trends:

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has developed a detailed methodology for rating nursing homes. Homes are scored based on annual health inspections, repeat visits, and resident surveys. Points are weighted based on the scope and severity of health infractions. Scores are available for the prior three years along with a weighted average of the prior three years. CMS also provides a five point rating system. The ratings are based on the home performance relative to other homes in the state. A state can only have a certain percentage of homes in each level. As such, ratings are quick way to understand how the home is performing compared to other facilities in the state while the scores are an absolute measure of performance.

Cycle 1 Score (as of August 30, 2019):  28

Cycle 2 Score (as of May 11, 2018):  28

Cycle 3 Score (as of December 29, 2016):  36

Weighted Score Cycle Score:  29.333

Trend: Improving

Overall Rating: 2:

Health Inspection Rating: 2:

Quality Rating: 3:

Staffing Rating: 2:

RN Staffing Rating: 3:

Quality Measures:

Percentage of short-stay residents who were rehospitalized after a nursing home admission 30.338775%
Percentage of short-stay residents who had an outpatient emergency department visit 7.624685%
Number of hospitalizations per 1000 long-stay resident days 1.006931%
Number of outpatient emergency department visits per 1000 long-stay resident days 0.622597%

Nursing Hours per Resident:

CMS monitors and summarized how much time nursing staff spends with each resident.

CNA: 1.46 hours/resident/day

LPN: 0.69 hours/resident/day

RN: 0.59 hours/resident/day

Total: 2.73 hours/resident/day

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Amount fined in recent period: $0.00

Complaints filed: 5

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