State Nursing Home Quality Improvement Programs: Site Visit and Synthesis Report. Florida

05/15/2003

Sample Facility Display1

FACILITY DISPLAY
LIFE CARE CENTER OF MELBOURNE 
606 E. SHERIDAN ROAD, MELBOURNE

Voice: (321) 727-0984 
Fax: (321) 727-3606 
Web:

Overall Inspection X
Quality of Care  
Quality of Life  
Administration  
Current Licensee: MELWOOD NURSING CENTER, LLC Components of Inspection
Licensee Since: 2001 Nutrition and Hydration X
Ownership Type: For-Profit
Affiliation: Life Care Centers of America Restraints and Abuse  
Beds: 120 Total: 112 Semi-Private/8 Private
Lowest Daily Charge: $129 Pressure Ulcers  
Payment Forms Accepted: Medicaid, Medicare, Insurance or HMO, VA, Worker's Compensation Decline  
Dignity  
Special Services: Respite Care, Alzheimer's Care, Pet Therapy, Dialysis Services, Tracheotomy Care, 24hr RN Onsite Coverage, HIV, Hospice Explanation of the Performance Measures (Stars)

Explanation of Inspection Scoring

Inspection Details for this Facility

Languages Spoken: Spanish, French, Italian, Sign Language

Glossary of Terms

Nursing Home Guide Watch List2

Florida Nursing Home Guide Watch List is published by the state Agency is published by the state Agency for Health Care Administration to assist consumers in evaluating the quality of nursing home care in Florida. This Watch List reflects facilities that met the criteria for aconditional status, on any day, between July 01, 2002 and September 30, 2002. A conditional status indicates that a facility did not meet, or correct upon follow-up, minimum standards at the time of an annual or complaint inspection. Immediate action is taken if a facility poses a threat to resident health or safety. If the deficiencies that resulted in conditional status have been corrected, the current status as of August 1, 2002 is noted. Facilities appealing the state's inspection results are also noted. This document is subject to change as appeals are processed. Please refer to the Agency for Health Care Administration web site for the latest revisions: www.fdhc.state.fl.us or www.floridahealthstat.com.

Based upon administrative proceedings or appeals, the following conditional licenses were rescinded and the facility was removed from a former Watch List:

  • June 2001 Watch List
    • Plaza West, 912 Americans Eagle Blvd., Sun City Center, FL 33573.
  • September 2001 and December 2001 Watch Lists
    • Edgewater at Waterman Village, 300 Brookfield Ave., Mount Dora, FL 32757
  • June 2002 Watch List
    • Avante at Leesburg, 200 Edgewood Ave., Leesburg, FL 34748
    • College Harbor, 4600 54th Avenue South, St. Petersburg, FL 33711
    • Gramercy Park Nursing Center, 17475 South Dixie Highway, Miami, FL 33157
    • The Health Center of Pensacola, 8475 University Parkway, Pensacola, FL 32514
North Florida
Facility Information Deficiencies
AZALEA TRACE, INC. 
10100 HILLVIEW ROAD in PENSACOLA 
County: ESCAMBIA     AO: 1 
Number of Beds: 106 
License Expires: Dec-31-2003 
Owner: AZALEA TRACE, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Sep-10-2002. Beginning Aug-8-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give residents proper treatment to prevent new pressure sores or heal existing pressure sores. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Aug-12-2002 and corrected on Sep-10-2002)

Make sure that residents with loss of bladder control receive treatment or service to prevent infections and help obtain normal bladder control. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Aug-12-2002 and corrected on Sep-10-2002)

Give each resident enough fluids to keep them healthy and prevent dehydration. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Aug-12-2002 and corrected on Sep-10-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 1
BAY SAINT GEORGE CARE CENTER 
198 WEST HWY 98 in EASTPOINT 
County: FRANKLIN     AO: 2 
Number of Beds: 90 
License Expires: Aug-24-2002 
Owner: SENIOR CARE PROPERTIES, INC. 
Deficiencies cited led to imposition of a Moratorium from Aug-23-2002 to Aug-24-2002.
Beginning Aug-22-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Make sure there is a program to prevent and handle mice, insects, or other pests. (Class = I, Scope = Widespread, Cited on Aug-22-2002 and not yet corrected)

Be administered in a way that leads to the highest possible level of well being for each resident. (Class = I, Scope = Widespread, Cited on Aug-22-2002 and not yet corrected)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 10
BAY ST. JOSEPH CARE & REHABILITATION CENTER 
220 NINTH STREET in PORT SAINT JOE 
County: GULD     AO: 2 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Oct-31-2003 
Owner: HCM LICENSE, LLC
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Nov-7-2002. Beginning Sep-5-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Provide 3 meals daily at regular times; serve breakfast within 14 hours after dinner; and offer a snack at bedtime each day. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on Nov-08-2002 and corrected on Nov-08-2002)

Have a program to keep infection from spreading. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Sep-05-2002 and corrected on Nov-08-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 3
BAYSIDE MANOR 
4343 LANGLEY AVENUE in PENSACOLA 
County: ESCAMBIA     AO: 1 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Jul-31-2003 
Owner: DELTA HEALTH GROUP, INC. 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-5-2002. Beginning Jul-3-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Make sure each resident is being watched and has assistive devices when needed, to prevent accidents. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-03-2002 and corrected on Aug-05-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 6
CITRUS HEALTH AND REHABILITATION CENTER 
701 MEDICAL COURT EAST in INVERNESS 
County: CITRUS     AO: 3 
Number of Beds: 111 
License Expires: Apr-10-2004 
Owner: PROVIDENT GROUP-CITRUS HEALTH AND REHABILITATION CENTER, LLC
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Jul-8-2002. Beginning May-24-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Develop a complete care plan that meets all of a resident's needs, with timetables and actions that can be measured. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on May-24-2002 and corrected on Jul-08-2002)

Make sure each resident is being watched and has assistive devices when needed, to prevent accidents. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Apr-04-2002 and corrected on May-24-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 6
EMERALD SHORES HEALTH AND REHABILITATION 
626 NORTH TYNDALL PARKWAY in CALLOWAY 
County: BAY     AO: 2 
Number of Beds: 77 
License Expires: Nov-30-2003 
Owner: EMERALD SHORES HEALTH CARE ASSOCIATES, LLC 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Sep-20-2002. Beginning Jun-6-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Provide care in a way that keeps or builds each resident's dignity and self respect. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jul-12-2002 and corrected on Sep-20-2002)

Develop a complete care plan that meets all of a resident's needs, with timetables and actions that can be measured. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-06-2002 and corrected on Sep-20-2002)

Make sure each resident is being watched and has assistive devices when needed, to prevent accidents. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-06-2002 and corrected on Jul-12-2002)

Make sure that each resident's nutritional needs were met. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-06-2002 and corrected on Jul-12-2002)

Make sure that residents are safe from serious medication errors. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jul-12-2002 and corrected on Sep-20-2002)

Comply with physician orders for special diets. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jul-12-2002 and corrected on Sep-20-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 5
EVERGREEN WOODS HEALTH & REHAB CENTER 
7045 EVERGREEN WOODS TRAIL in SPRING HILL 
County: HERNANDO     AO: 3 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Apr-30-2003 
Owner: KINDRED NURSING CENTERS EAST, LLC
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Jul-29-2002. Beginning Jun-25-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give professional services that meet a professional standard of quality. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jun-25-2002 and corrected on Jul-29-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 4
GADSDEN NURSING HOME 
1621 MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. BLVD. in QUINCY 
County: GADSDEN     AO: 2 
Number of Beds: 60 
License Expires: Feb-10-2003 
Owner: GADSDEN HOME, INC. 
Closed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-15-2002. Beginning Jul-10-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Make sure that the nursing home area is free of dangers that cause accidents. (Class = I, Scope = Pattern, Cited on Jul-10-2002 and corrected on Aug-15-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 1
HARTS HARBOR HEALTH CARE CENTER 
11565 HARTS ROAD in JACKSONVILLE 
County: DUVAL     AO: 4 
Number of Beds: 180 
License Expires: Nov-30-2003 
Owner: PARADISE PINES HEALTH CARE ASSOCIATES, LLC 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-27-2002. Beginning Jun-28-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give each resident care and services to obtain or keep the highest quality of life possible. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jun-28-2002 and corrected on Aug-27-2002)

Keep the rate of medication errors (wrong drug, wrong dose, wrong time) to less than 5%. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on Jun-28-2002 and corrected on Aug-27-2002)

Provide drugs and related services needed by each resident. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on Jun-28-2002 and corrected on Aug-27-2002)

Give or obtain lab tests to meet the needs of residents. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jun-28-2002 and corrected on Aug-27-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 7
LRMC NURSING CENTER 
700 N. PALMETTO ST. in LEESBURG 
County: LAKE     AO: 3 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Sep-30-2003 
Owner: LEESBURG REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER INC
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Jul-1-2002. Beginning Apr-17-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give professional services that meet a professional standard of quality. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Apr-17-2002 and corrected on Jul-01-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 2
MARIANNA CONVALESCENT CENTER 
4295 FIFTH AVENUE in MARIANNA 
County: JACKSON     AO: 2 
Number of Beds: 180 
License Expires: May-31-2003 
Owner: CITY OF MARIANNA 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Jul-31-2002. Beginning Jun-27-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Keep each resident free from physical restraints, unless needed for medical treatment. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-27-2002 and corrected on Jul-31-2002)

Develop a complete care plan that meets all of a resident's needs, with timetables and actions that can be measured. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-27-2002 and corrected on Jul-31-2002)

Give residents proper treatment to prevent new pressure sores or heal existing pressure sores. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-27-2002 and corrected on Jul-31-2002)

Make sure that the nursing home area is free of dangers that cause accidents. (Class = I, Scope = Pattern, Cited on Jun-27-2002 and corrected on Jul-31-2002)

Make sure each resident is being watched and has assistive devices when needed, to prevent accidents. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-27-2002 and corrected on Jul-31-2002)

Be administered in a way that leads to the highest possible level of well being for each resident. (Class = I, Scope = Pattern, Cited on Jun-27-2002 and corrected on Jul-31-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 3
OAKWOOD CENTER 
301 S. BAY STREET in EUSTIS 
County: LAKE     AO: 3 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Jan-31-2004 
Owner: GENESIS ELDERCARE NATIONAL CENTERS INC 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-20-2002. Beginning Jul-1-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Protect residents from mistreatment, neglect, and/or theft of personal property. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-01-2002 and corrected on Aug-20-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 3
OAKWOOD NURSING CENTER, INC. 
2021 S.W. FIRST AVENUE in OCALA 
County: MARION     AO: 3 
Number of Beds: 133 
License Expires: Mar-31-2004 
Owner: OAKWOOD NURSING CENTER, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-27-2002. Beginning May-23-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Have drugs and other similar products available, which are needed every day and in emergencies, and give them out properly. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on May-23-2002 and corrected on Aug-27-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 4
SHOAL CREEK REHABILITATION CENTER 
500 SOUTH HOSPITAL DRIVE in CRESTVIEW 
County: OKALOOSA     AO: 1 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Nov-30-2003 
Owner: NORTH OKALOOSA HEALTH CARE ASSOCIATES, LLC 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Jul-12-2002. Beginning Jun-12-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give residents proper treatment to prevent new pressure sores or heal existing pressure sores. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-12-2002 and corrected on Jul-17-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 4
SOUTHWOOD NURSING CENTER, INC. 
40 ACME STREET in JACKSONVILLE 
County: DUVAL     AO: 4 
Number of Beds: 119 
License Expires: Aug-15-2003 
Owner: SOUTHWOOD NURSING CENTER, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-27-2002. Beginning Jul-3-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Have sufficient nursing staff, on a 24-hour basis to provide nursing and related services to residents in order to maintain the highest practicable physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being of each resident. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on Jul-26-2002 and corrected on Aug-27-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 2
SURREY PLACE CARE CENTER 
110 S.E. LEE AVENUE in LIVE OAK 
County: SUWANNEE     AO: 3 
Number of Beds: 60 
License Expires: Sep-30-2003 
Owner: HQM AT LIVE OAK, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Oct-4-2002. Beginning Aug-21-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Cease accepting new residents due to non-compliance with state minimum-staffing requirements for 2 consecutive days. The facility was prohibited from accepting new admissions until the facility has achieved the minimum-staffing requirements for a period (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Aug-21-2002 and corrected on Oct-04-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 1
TANDEM HEALTH CARE OF PENSACOLA 
235 WEST AIRPORT BLVD in PENSACOLA 
County: ESCAMBIA     AO: 1 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Dec-29-2003 
Owner: TANDEM HEALTH CARE OF FLORIDA, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Nov-12-2002. Beginning Sep-24-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Assure that all physician orders are followed as prescribed, and if not followed, the reason is recorded in the resident's medical record during that shift. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Sep-24-2002 and corrected on Oct-24-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 8
VANDERBILT LIFE CENTER 
2510 MICCOSUKEE ROAD in TALLAHASSEE 
County: LEON     AO: 2 
Number of Beds: 71 
License Expires: Jul-31-2002 
Owner: BMB HEALTH CARE, LLC 
Deficiencies cited led to imposition of a Moratorium since Jun-24-2002. 
Closed
Beginning Jun-20-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Keep each resident's personal and medical records private and confidential. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jul-10-2002 and not yet corrected)

Provided enough notice before discharging or transferring a resident. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jul-10-2002 and not yet corrected)

Protect each resident from all abuse, physical punishment, and/or being separated from others. (Class = I, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-24-2002 and corrected on Jul-10-2002)

Protected residents from mistreatment, neglect, and/or theft of personal property. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-24-2002 and not yet corrected)

Hire only people who have no legal history of abusing, neglecting or mistreating residents; and report and investigate any acts or reports of abuse, neglect or mistreatment of residents. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jul-10-2002 and not yet corrected)

Make sure that each resident has the right to join in social, religious, and community activities. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on Jul-10-2002 and not yet corrected)

Provide services to meet the needs and preferences of each resident. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jul-10-2002 and not yet corrected)

Provide needed housekeeping and maintenance. (Class = III, Scope = Widespread, Recited on Jul-10-2002 and not yet corrected)

Obtain doctor orders for the resident's immediate care when admitted. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on Jul-10-2002 and not yet corrected)

Develop a complete care plan within 7 days of each resident's admission; prepare the care plan together with the care team, including the primary nurse, doctor, resident or resident's family or representative; and check and update the care plan. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on Jul-10-2002 and not yet corrected)

Give professional services that meet a professional standard of quality. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jul-10-2002 and not yet corrected)

Provide a final summary of the resident's health status and a summary of the resident's stay, when the resident is ready to leave the nursing home. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jul-10-2002 and not yet corrected)

Develop a plan with the resident and family for the resident's care after leaving the nursing home. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jul-10-2002 and not yet corrected)

Screen residents when they are first admitted to send them to an area with special care for people with developmental disabilities or mental illness, when needed. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jul-10-2002 and not yet corrected)

Give each resident care and services to obtain or keep the highest quality of life possible. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jul-10-2002 and not yet corrected)

Make sure that residents receive treatment/services to continue to be able to care for themselves, unless a change is unavoidable. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on Jul-10-2002 and not yet corrected)

Make sure that residents who cannot care for themselves receive help with eating, drinking, grooming and hygiene. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on Jul-10-2002 and not yet corrected)

Give each resident enough fluids to keep them healthy and prevent dehydration. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jul-10-2002 and not yet corrected)

Have enough nursing staff to care for every resident in a way that maximizes the resident's well being. (Class = I, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-24-2002 and not yet corrected)

Provide 3 meals daily at regular times; serve breakfast within 14 hours after dinner; and offer a snack at bedtime each day. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on Jul-10-2002 and not yet corrected)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 10
WASHINGTON COUNTY CONVALESCENT CENTER 
879 USERY ROAD in CHIPLEY 
County: WASHINGTON     AO: 2 
Number of Beds: 180 
License Expires: Dec-30-2003 
Owner: WASHINGTON COUNTY CONVALENCENT CENTER OPERATIONS, LLC
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-26-2002. Beginning Jun-11-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Appropriately maintain the main sprinkler control. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jun-11-2002 and corrected on Aug-26-2002)

Assure fixed automatic fire extinguisher systems are installed in accordance with the terms of their listing. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jun-11-2002 and corrected on Aug-26-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 3
WECARE NURSING CENTER 
490 SOUTH OLD WIRE ROAD in WILDWOOD 
County: SUMTER     AO: 3 
Number of Beds: 210 
License Expires: Nov-30-2003 
Owner: WECARE OF WILDWOOD, LLC
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Jul-1-2002. Beginning May-10-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Keep the rate of medication errors (wrong drug, wrong dose, wrong time) to less than 5%. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on May-10-2002 and corrected on Jul-01-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 6

 

Central Florida
Facility Information Deficiencies
CARROLLWOOD CARE CENTER 
15002 HUTCHINSON ROAD in TAMPA 
County:HILLSBOROUGH     AO: 6 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Apr-30-2003 
Owner: KINDRED NURSING CENTERS EAST, LLC 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Jul-8-2002. Beginning Jun-18-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Comply with program requirements between annual inspections; although it corrected these problems before the most recent inspection. (Class = I, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-18-2002 and corrected on Jun-18-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 4
CLEARWATER CENTER 
1270 TURNER STREET in CLEARWATER 
County: PINELLAS     AO: 5 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Jan-31-2004 
Owner: AGE INSTITUTE OF FLORIDA, INC. 
Deficiencies cited led to imposition of a Moratorium from Jul-2-2002 to Jul-10-2002. 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Jul-22-2002. Beginning Jun-29-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Tell each resident who can get Medicaid benefits about 1) which items and services Medicaid covers and which the resident must pay for; or 2) how to apply for Medicaid, along with the names and addresses of State groups that can help. (Class = I, Scope = Widespread, Cited on Jun-29-2002 and corrected on Jul-10-2002)

Protect residents from mistreatment, neglect, and/or theft of personal property. (Class = I, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-29-2002 and corrected on Jul-10-2002)

Give professional services that meet a professional standard of quality. (Class = I, Scope = Widespread, Cited on Jun-29-2002 and corrected on Jul-10-2002)

Be administered in a way that leads to the highest possible level of well being for each resident. (Class = I, Scope = Widespread, Cited on Jun-29-2002 and corrected on Jul-10-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 3
HIGHLAND PINES REHAB & NURSING CENTER 
1111 S. HIGHLAND AVENUE in CLEARWATER 
County: PINELLAS     AO: 5 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Apr-30-2003 
Owner: PERSONACARE OF CLEARWATER, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-26-2002. Beginning Jul-18-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Cease accepting new residents due to non-compliance with state minimum-staffing requirements for 2 consecutive days. The facility was prohibited from accepting new admissions until the facility has achieved the minimum-staffing requirements for a period. (Class = II, Scope = Pattern, Cited on Jul-18-2002 and corrected on Aug-26-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 3
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF FLORIDA AT AUBURNDALE 
919 OLD WINTER HAVEN ROAD in AUBURNDALE 
County: POLK     AO: 6 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Dec-31-2003 
Owner: BRIOR HILL, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Jul-24-2002. Beginning Jun-11-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Make sure each resident is being watched and has assistive devices when needed, to prevent accidents. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-11-2002 and corrected on Jul-24-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 6
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF PINELLAS PARK 
8701 49TH STREET NORTH in PINELLAS PARK 
County: PINELLAS     AO: 5 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Aug-31-2003 
Owner: PINELLAS PARK NURSING HOME, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Jul-3-2002. Beginning Jun-24-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Provide food in a way that meets a resident's needs. (Class = I, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-24-2002 and corrected on Jul-03-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 2
ISLAND LAKE CENTER 
155 LANDOVER PLACE in LONGWOOD 
County: SEMINOLE     AO: 7 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Feb-29-2004 
Owner: SEMINOLE MERIDIAN LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-27-2002. Beginning Jul-11-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Protect residents from mistreatment, neglect, and/or theft of personal property. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-11-2002 and corrected on Aug-23-2002)

Make sure each resident is being watched and has assistive devices when needed, to prevent accidents. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-11-2002 and corrected on Aug-23-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 1
LIFE CARE CENTER OF WINTER HAVEN 
1510 CYPRESS GARDENS BOULEVARD in WINTER HAVEN 
County: POLK     AO: 6 
Number of Beds: 177 
License Expires: Nov-2-2003 
Owner: LIFE CARE CENTERS OF AMERICA, INC
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Jul-2-2002. Beginning May-24-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Make sure that each resident's nutritional needs were met. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on May-24-2002 and corrected on Jul-02-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 5
MARINER HEALTH OF MELBOURNE 
251 FLORIDA AVENUE in MELBOURNE 
County: BREVARD     AO: 7 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: May-12-2003 
Owner: MHC/CSI FLORIDA, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-6-2002. Beginning May-16-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give each resident enough fluid to keep them healthy and prevent dehydration. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on May-16-2002 and corrected on Jul-02-2002)

Make sure that residents who take drugs are not given too many doses or for too long; make sure that the use of drugs is carefully watched; and stop or change drugs that cause unwanted effects. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jul-02-2002 and corrected on Aug-06-2002)

Provide drugs and related services needed by each resident. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on Jul-02-2002 and corrected on Aug-06-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 6
MARINER HEALTH OF TITUSVILLE 
2225 KNOX MCRAE DRIVE in TITUSVILLE 
County: BREVARD     AO: 7 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Oct-31-2003 
Owner: MARINER HEALTH PROPERTIES IV, LTD 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Dec-16-2002. Beginning Sep-27-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Immediately tell the resident, the doctor, and a family member if: the resident is injured, there is a major change in the resident's physical or mental health, or a need to alter treatment significantly, or the resident must be transferred or discharged. (Class = I, Scope = Pattern, Cited on Sep-27-2002 and corrected on Nov-13-2002)

Give professional services that meet a professional standard of quality. (Class = I, Scope = Pattern, Cited on Sep-27-2002 and corrected on Nov-13-2002)

Give each resident care and services to obtain or keep the highest quality of life possible. (Class = I, Scope = Pattern, Cited on Sep-27-2002 and corrected on Nov-13-2002)

Give residents proper treatment to prevent new pressure sores or heal existing pressure sores. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Sep-27-2002 and corrected on Nov-13-2002)

Make sure that residents who take drugs are not given too many doses or for too long; make sure that the use of drugs is carefully watched; and stop or change drugs that cause unwanted effects. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Nov-14-2002 and corrected on Dec-16-2002)

Have enough nursing staff to care for every resident in a way that maximizes the resident's well being. (Class = I, Scope = Pattern, Cited on Sep-27-2002 and corrected on Nov-13-2002)

Properly mark drugs and other similar products. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Nov-14-2002 and corrected on Dec-16-2002)

Keep drugs and other similar products locked safely and properly stored. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on Nov-14-2002 and corrected on Dec-16-2002)

Be administered in a way that leads to the highest possible level of well being for each resident. (Class = I, Scope = Pattern, Cited on Sep-27-2002 and corrected on Nov-13-2002)

Prohibit fraudulent alteration, defacing, or falsification of any medical record or releases medical records for the purposes of solicitation or marketing the sale of goods or services. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Sep-27-2002 and corrected on Nov-13-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 3
OAKS AT AVON 
1010 US 27 NORTH in AVON PARK 
County: HIGHLANDS     AO: 6 
Number of Beds: 104 
License Expires: Apr-30-2003 
Owner: KINDRED NURSING CENTERS EAST, LLC 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-26-2002. Beginning Jul-12-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give each resident fluids to keep them healthy and prevent dehydration. (Class = II, Scope = Widespread, Cited on Jul-12-2002 and corrected on Aug-26-2002)

Have a detailed, written plan for disasters and emergencies. (Class = II, Scope = Widespread, Cited on Jul-12-2002 and corrected on Aug-26-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 6
PALM GARDEN OF SUN CITY 
3850 UPPER CREEK ROAD in SUN CITY CENTER 
County:HILLSBOROUGH     AO: 6 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Jun-28-2003 
Owner: SA-PG-SUN CITY CENTER, LLC
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-20-2002. Beginning Jul-12-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give residents proper treatment to prevent new pressure sores or heal existing pressure sores. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-12-2002 and corrected on Aug-20-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 3
PARKS HEALTHCARE AND REHABILITATION CENTER 
9311 S. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL in ORLANDO 
County: ORANGE     AO: 7 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Feb-29-2004 
Owner: IHS AT CENTRAL PARK VILLAGE INC. 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Oct-1-2002. Beginning Aug-29-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give residents proper treatment to prevent new pressure sores or heal existing pressure sores. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Aug-29-2002 and corrected on Sep-20-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 11
PLANTATION GARDENS REHAB & NURSING CENTER 
1091 KELTON AVENUE in OCOEE 
County: ORANGE     AO: 7 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: May-31-2003 
Owner: AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATES, INC. 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-1-2002. Beginning Jun-14-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Cease accepting new residents due to non-compliance with state minimum-staffing requirements for 2 consecutive days. The facility was prohibited from accepting new admissions until the facility has achieved the minimum- staffing requirements for a period. (Class = II, Scope = Widespread, Cited on Jun-14-2002 and corrected on Aug-01-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 13
WESTMINSTER TOWERS 
70 WEST LUCERNE CIRCLE in ORLANDO 
County: ORANGE     AO: 7 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Feb-29-2004 
Owner: PRESBYTERIAN RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES INC 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-8-2002. Beginning Jun-20-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give each resident care and services to obtain or keep the highest quality of life possible. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-21-2002 and corrected on Aug-08-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 4
WUESTHOFF PROGRESSIVE CARE CENTER 
8050 SPYGLASS HILL ROAD in VIERA 
County: BREVARD     AO: 7 
Number of Beds: 114 
License Expires: Dec-31-2003 
Owner: WUESTOFF PROGRESSIVE CARE CENTER, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Sep-11-2002. Beginning Jul-23-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give each resident care and services to obtain or keep the highest quality of life possible. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-23-2002 and corrected on Sep-12-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 2
South Florida
Facility Information Deficiencies
ABBIEJEAN RUSSELL CARE CENTER 
700 S. 29TH STREET in FORT PIERCE 
County: ST. LUCIE     AO: 9 
Number of Beds: 79 
License Expires: Jul-31-2003 
Owner: ST. LUCIE COUNTY WELFARE ASSOCIATION INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Oct-1-2002. Beginning Apr-18-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Protect residents from mistreatment, neglect, and/or theft of personal property. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-12-2002 and corrected on Sep-10-2002)

Make sure all assessments are accurate, coordinated by a Registered Nurse, done by the right professional, and are signed by the person completing them. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Sep-10-2002 and corrected on Oct-01-2002)

Give professional services that meet a professional standard of quality. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Sep-10-2002 and corrected on Oct-01-2002)

Give residents proper treatment to prevent new pressure sores or heal existing pressure sores. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Apr-18-2002 and corrected on Jun-12-2002)

Make sure that doctors see a resident's plan of care at every visit and make notes about progress and orders in writing. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Sep-10-2002 and corrected on Oct-01-2002)

Have a program to keep infection from spreading. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Sep-10-2002 and corrected on Oct-01-2002)

Keep accurate and appropriate medical records. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Sep-10-2002 and corrected on Oct-01-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 3
ALEXANDER NININGER STATE VETERANS' NURSING HOME 
8401 W. CYPRESS DR. in PEMBROKE PINES 
County: BROWARD     AO: 10 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Jun-10-2003 
Owner: FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Jul-11-2002. Beginning Mar-25-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give each resident care and services to obtain or keep the highest quality of life possible. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on May-14-2002 and corrected on Jul-11-2002)

Make sure each resident is being watched and has assistive devices when needed, to prevent accidents. (Class = II, Scope = Pattern, Cited on Mar-27-2002 and corrected on May-14-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 3
ARCH PLAZA NURSING AND REHAB CENTER 
12505 N.E. 16TH AVENUE in NORTH MIAMI 
County: DADE     AO: 11 
Number of Beds: 98 
License Expires: Dec-31-2003 
Owner: ARCH PLAZA, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Sep-16-2002. Beginning Jul-15-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Make sure each resident is being watched and has assistive devices when needed, to prevent accidents. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-15-2002 and corrected on Sep-16-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 11
BENEVA LAKES HEALTHCARE AND REHABILITATION CENTER 
741 S. BENEVA ROAD in SARASOTA 
County: SARASOTA     AO: 8 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Feb-29-2004 
Owner: F.L.C. BENEVA NURSING PAVILION, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Sep-27-2002. Beginning Jul-25-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Protect each resident from abuse, physical punishment, and/or being separated from others. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-25-2002 and corrected on Aug-25-2002)

Protect residents from mistreatment, neglect, and/or theft of personal property. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-25-2002 and corrected on Aug-25-2002)

Give professional services that meet a professional standard of quality. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Aug-25-2002 and corrected on Sep-27-2002)

Keep drugs and other similar products locked safely and properly stored. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Aug-25-2002 and corrected on Sep-27-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 2
BOULEVARD MANOR NURSING CENTER 
2839 S. SEACREST DRIVE in BOYNTON BEACH 
County: PALM BEACH     AO: 9 
Number of Beds: 167 
License Expires: May-12-2003 
Owner: MHC/LCA FLORIDA, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Sep-5-2002. Beginning May-30-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give residents proper treatment to prevent new pressure sores or healing existing pressure sores. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on May-30-2002 and corrected on Jul-11-2002)

Make sure that the nursing home area is free of dangers that cause accidents. (Class = I, Scope = Pattern, Cited on May-30-2002 and corrected on Jul-11-2002)

Keep the rate of medication errors (wrong drug, wrong dose, wrong time) to less than 5%. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on Jul-11-2002 and corrected on Sep-05-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 5
CHATEAU AT MOORINGS PARK, THE 
130 MOORINGS PARK DRIVE in NAPLES 
County: COLLIER     AO: 8 
Number of Beds: 106 
License Expires: Sep-30-2003 
Owner: MOORINGS, INC., THE 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-21-2002. Beginning Jul-18-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Make sure each resident is being watched and has assistive devices when needed, to prevent accidents. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-18-2002 and corrected on Aug-21-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 3
COLONNADE MEDICAL CENTER 
3370 N.W. 47TH TERRACE in LAUDERDALE LAKES 
County: BROWARD     AO: 10 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Jul-31-2001 
Owner: GOLD COAST HEALTH CENTER, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Jul-12-2002. Beginning Mar-14-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Provide needed housekeeping and maintenance. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on May-23-2002 and corrected on Jun-26-2002)

Make sure that each resident's nutritional needs were met. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Mar-14-2002 and corrected on May-23-2002)

Ensure exit corridors closed properly. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Apr-26-2002 and corrected on Jul-12-2002)

Maintain clear and unobstructed exit corridors. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Apr-26-2002 and corrected on Jul-12-2002)

Maintain emergency lighting as required. (Class = III, Scope = Widespread, Recited on Apr-26-2002 and corrected on Jul-12-2002)

Assure all required smoke detectors are approved, maintained, inspected, and tested in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications. (Class = III, Scope = Widespread, Recited on Apr-26-2002 and corrected on Jul-12-2002)

Comply with specific requirements for the installation of air conditioning and ventilating systems. (Class = III, Scope = Widespread, Recited on Apr-26-2002 and corrected on Jul-12-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 12
CROSS POINTE CARE CENTER 
440 PHIPPEN-WAITERS ROAD in DANIA 
County: BROWARD     AO: 10 
Number of Beds: 88 
License Expires: Dec-30-2003 
Owner: QUALITY CONSULTING, LLC
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Oct-25-2002. Beginning Jun-27-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Protect residents from mistreatment, neglect, and/or theft of personal property. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-27-2002 and corrected on Aug-20-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 6
CYPRESS COMMUNITY CARE CENTER 
7173 CYPRESS DRIVE S.W. in FORT MYERS 
County: LEE      AO: 8 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Nov-30-2003 
Owner: CYPRESS MANOR HEALTH CARE ASSOCIATES, LLC 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Jul-23-2002. Beginning Apr-25-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Help and prepare each resident for a safe and easy discharge and transfer from the nursing home. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on May-30-2002 and corrected on Jul-23-2002)

Give each resident care and services to obtain or keep the highest quality of life possible. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-28-2002 and corrected on Jul-23-2002)

Make sure each resident is being watched and has assistive devices when needed, to prevent accidents. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Apr-25-2002 and corrected on Jun-04-2002)

Make sure that residents who take drugs are not given too many doses or for too long; make sure that the use of drugs is carefully watched; and stop or change drugs that cause unwanted effects. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jun-04-2002 and corrected on Jul-23-2002)

Report to the agency any adverse incident as required. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jun-04-2002 and corrected on Jul-24-2002)

Initiate an investigation and notify the agency within required timeframes. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jun-04-2002 and corrected on Jul-24-2002)

Complete the investigation and submit an adverse incident report to the agency for each adverse incident within 15 calendar days after its occurrence. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jun-04-2002 and corrected on Jul-24-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 4
DESOTO HEALTH & REHAB, L.L.C. 
1002 N. BREVARD AVENUE in ARCADIA 
County: DESOTO     AO: 8 
Number of Beds: 118 
License Expires: Sep-30-2003 
Owner: DESOTO HEALTH & REHAB, L.L.C.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Oct-18-2002. Beginning Sep-12-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give each resident care and services to obtain or keep the highest quality of life possible. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Sep-17-2002 and corrected on Oct-17-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 16
ENGLEWOOD HEALTHCARE AND REHABILITATION CENTER 
1111 DRURY LANE in ENGLEWOOD 
County: CHARLOTTE     AO: 8 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Nov-30-2003 
Owner: ENGLEWOOD HEALTH CARE ASSOCIATES, LLC 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-26-2002. Beginning Jul-26-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Let residents give themselves their drugs if they are able. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Aug-05-2002 and corrected on Aug-26-2002)

Protected residents from mistreatment, neglect, and/or theft of personal property. (Class = I, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-26-2002 and corrected on Aug-05-2002)

Obtain doctor orders for the resident's immediate care when admitted. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Aug-05-2002 and corrected on Aug-26-2002)

Give professional services that meet a professional standard of quality. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Aug-05-2002 and corrected on Aug-26-2002)

Keep drugs and other similar products locked safely and properly stored. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Aug-05-2002 and corrected on Aug-26-2002)

Move, clean and store sheets, towels and other linens in a way that prevents the spread of infection. (Class = III, Scope = Widespread, Recited on Aug-05-2002 and corrected on Aug-26-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 6
EVANS HEALTH CARE 
3735 EVANS AVENUE in FORT MYERS 
County: LEE     AO: 8 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Nov-30-2003 
Owner: EVANS HEALTH CARE ASSOCIATES, LLC 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Jul-30-2002. Beginning Jun-20-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give each resident care and services to obtain or keep the highest quality of life possible. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-25-2002 and corrected on Jul-23-2002)

Make sure each resident is being watched and has assistive devices when needed, to prevent accidents. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-25-2002 and corrected on Jul-23-2002)

Give each resident enough fluid to keep them healthy and prevent dehydration. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-25-2002 and corrected on Jul-23-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 5
HALLANDALE REHABILITATION CENTER 
2400 E. HALLANDALE BEACH BLVD. in HALLANDALE 
County: BROWARD     AO: 10 
Number of Beds: 141 
License Expires: Dec-31-2002 
Owner: GJS HOLDINGS, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Jul-25-2002. Beginning Apr-3-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Ensure doors in exit corridors close properly. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Apr-03-2002 and corrected on May-23-2002)

Assure that the emergency generator is permanently installed, maintained, and tested. (Class = III, Scope = Widespread, Recited on May-23-2002 and corrected on Jul-25-2002)

Fulfill requirements of the Disaster Plan. (Class = III, Scope = Widespread, Recited on Apr-03-2002 and corrected on May 23-2002)

Ensure all staff are familiar with emergency procedures. (Class = III, Scope = Widespread, Recited on Apr-03-2002 and corrected on May-23-2002)

Maintain portable fire extinguishers as required. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Apr-03-2002 and corrected on May-23-2002)

Assure fixed automatic fire extinguisher systems are installed in accordance with the terms of their listing. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Apr-03-2002 and corrected on May-23-2002)

Ensure proper equipment is installed in air conditioner handler rooms. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Apr-03-2002 and corrected on Jul-25-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 12
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF FLORIDA AT LAKE WORTH 
1201 12TH AVENUE SOUTH in LAKE WORTH 
County: PALM BEACH     AO: 9 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Sep-30-2003 
Owner: ARBOR LIVING CENTERS OF FLORIDA, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-02-2002. Beginning May-1-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Protect each resident from all abuse, physical punishment, and/or being separated from others. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on May-01-2002 and corrected on Jun-04-2002)

Give each resident care and services to obtain or keep the highest quality of life possible. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on May-01-2002 and corrected on Jun-04-2002)

Make sure each resident is being watched and has assistive devices when needed, to prevent accidents. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on May-01-2002 and corrected on Jun-04-2002)

Make sure that doctors see a resident's plan of care at every visit and make notes about progress and orders in writing. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on May-01-2002 and corrected on Jun-04-2002)

Quickly tell the resident's doctor the results of lab tests. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on May-01-2002 and corrected on Jun-04-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 7
JOHN KNOX VILLAGE HEALTH CENTER-POMPANO BEACH 
661 S.W. 6TH STREET in POMPANO BEACH 
County: BROWARD     AO: 10 
Number of Beds: 177 
License Expires: Sep-30-2003 
Owner: JOHN KNOX VILLAGE-FLORIDA, INC
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Oct-20-2002. Beginning Aug-12-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Comply with physician orders for special diets. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Aug-12-2002 and corrected on Oct-11-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 1
LODGE AT CYPRESS COVE, THE 
10500 CYPRESS COVE DRIVE in FORT MYERS 
County: LEE     AO: 8 
Number of Beds: 64 
License Expires: Nov-11-2003 
Owner: CYPRESS COVE AT HEALTHPARK FLORIDA, INC. 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-29-2002. Beginning Jul-25-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Protect residents from mistreatment, neglect, and/or theft of personal property. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-25-2002 and corrected on Aug-29-2002)

Give professional services that meet a professional standard of quality. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-25-2002 and corrected on Aug-29-2002)

Give residents proper treatment to prevent new pressure sores or heal existing pressure sores. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-25-2002 and corrected on Aug-29-2002)

Make sure each resident is being watched and has assistive devices when needed, to prevent accidents. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-25-2002 and corrected on Aug-29-2002)

Make sure that each resident's nutritional needs were met. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-25-2002 and corrected on Aug-29-2002)

Give each resident a special diet to help when there is a nutritional problem. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-25-2002 and corrected on Aug-29-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 3
MANORCARE HEALTH SERVICES 
6931 W. SUNRISE BLVD. in PLANTATION 
County: BROWARD     AO: 10 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Jul-31-2003 
Owner: MANOR CARE OF PLANTATION, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-13-2002. Beginning Jul-02-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give professional services that meet a professional standard of quality. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jul-02-2002 and corrected on Aug-13-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 3
MARINER HEALTH CARE OF PALM CITY 
2505 SW MARTIN HIGHWAY in PALM CITY 
County: MARTIN     AO: 9 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Sep-30-2003 
Owner: MARINER HEALTH CARE OF PALM CITY, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Sep-26-2002. Beginning Aug-22-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Provide needed housekeeping and maintenance. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on Aug-22-2002 and corrected on Sep-26-2002)

Give professional services that follow each resident's written care plan. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Aug-22-2002 and corrected on Sep-26-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 7
MIAMI GARDENS CARE CENTRE 
190 NE 191ST STREET in MIAMI 
County: DADE     AO: 11 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Jan-31-2004 
Owner: MIAMI GARDENS CARE CENTRE, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Sep-24-2002. Beginning Aug-1-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Protect residents from mistreatment, neglect, and/or theft of personal property. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Aug-01-2002 and corrected on Sep-24-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 5
NURSING CENTER AT MERCY 
3671 S MIAMI AVENUE in MIAMI 
County: DADE     AO: 11 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Oct-31-2003 
Owner: EGREMONT HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATED 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Jul-17-2002. Beginning May-17-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give each resident care and services to obtain or keep the highest quality of life possible. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on May-17-2002 and corrected on Jul-17-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 2
OCEANSIDE EXTENDED CARE CENTER 
550 9TH STREET in MIAMI BEACH 
County: DADE     AO: 11 
Number of Beds: 196 
License Expires: Dec-31-2002 
Owner: A.D.M.E. INVESTMENT PARTNERS, LTD.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Oct-4-2002. Beginning Sep-12-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Keep accurate and appropriate medical records. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Sep-12-2002 and corrected on Oct-04-2002)

Assure that all physician orders are followed as prescribed, and if not followed, the reason is recorded in the resident's medical record during that shift. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Sep-12-2002 and corrected on Oct-04-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 7
PALM BEACH COUNTY HOME 
1200 45TH STREET in WEST PALM BEACH 
County: PALM BEACH     AO: 9 
Number of Beds: 198 
License Expires: Sep-30-2003 
Owner: PALM BEACH COUNTY HEALTH CARE DISTRICT 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Oct-17-2002. Beginning Aug-29-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Protect each resident from all abuse, physical punishment, and/or being separated from others. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Aug-29-2002 and corrected on Oct-17-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 3
PALM BEACH SHORES NURSING AND REHAB CENTER
1101 54TH STREET in WEST PALM BEACH 
County: PALM BEACH     AO: 9 
Number of Beds: 191 
License Expires: Mar-20-2004 
Owner: DOS OF PALM BEACH, LTD
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Oct-24-2002. Beginning Sep-11-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Protect each resident from all abuse, physical punishment, and/or being separated from others. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Sep-11-2002 and corrected on Oct-24-2002)

Make sure that each resident's nutritional needs were met. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Sep-11-2002 and corrected on Oct-24-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 5
PALM GARDEN OF NORTH MIAMI 
21251 E DIXIE HIGHWAY in NORTH MIAMI BEACH 
County: DADE     AO: 11 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Jun-28-2003 
Owner: SA-PG-NORTH MIAMI, LLC
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Sep-11-2002. Beginning Jul-3-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Keep each resident free from physical restraints, unless needed for medical treatment. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-03-2002 and corrected on Sep-11-2002)

Protect each resident from all abuse, physical punishment, and/or being separated from others. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-03-2002 and corrected on Aug-12-2002)

Provide care in a way that keeps or builds each resident's dignity and self respect. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Aug-12-2002 and corrected on Sep-11-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 5
PALM GARDEN OF VERO BEACH 
1755 37TH STREET in VERO BEACH 
County: INDIAN RIVER     AO: 9 
Number of Beds: 180 
License Expires: Jun-28-2003 
Owner: SA-PG-VERO BEACH, LLC
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-25-2002. Beginning Jul-25-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Protect residents from mistreatment, neglect, and/or theft of personal property. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-06-2002 and corrected on Jul-25-2002)

Give professional services that meet a professional standard of quality. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jul-25-2002 and corrected on Aug-25-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 4
PERDUE MEDICAL CENTER 
19590 OLD CULTER ROAD in MIAMI 
County: DADE     AO: 11 
Number of Beds: 163 
License Expires: May-31-2003 
Owner: METRO DADE CO. PUBLIC HEALTH TRUST 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Sep-9-2002. Beginning Aug-7-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Protect residents from mistreatment, neglect, and/or theft of personal property. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Aug-07-2002 and corrected on Sep-09-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 3
RENOVA HEALTH CENTER 
750 BAYBERRY DRIVE in LAKE PARK 
County: PALM BEACH     AO: 9 
Number of Beds: 85 
License Expires: Aug-19-2003 
Owner: RENOP, LLC
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Oct-25-2002. Beginning Sep-19-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give each resident care and services to obtain or keep the highest quality of life possible. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Sep-19-2002 and corrected on Oct-25-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 5
RIDGE TERRACE HEALTH CARE CENTER 
2180 HYPOLUXO ROAD in LANTANA 
County: PALM BEACH     AO: 9 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Nov-29-2003 
Owner: RIDGE TERRACE GROUP
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-22-2002. Beginning May-16-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Honor all of the resident's rights. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jun-24-2002 and corrected on Aug-19-2002)

Protect residents from mistreatment, neglect, and/or theft of personal property. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on May-16-2002 and corrected on Jun-24-2002)

Provide care in a way that keeps or builds each resident's dignity and self respect. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on Jun-24-2002 and corrected on Aug-19-2002)

Provide needed housekeeping and maintenance. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on Jun-24-2002 and corrected on Aug-19-2002)

Have a program to keep infection from spreading. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Jun-24-2002 and corrected on Aug-19-2002)

Maintain sprinkler system as required. (Class = III, Scope = Widespread, Recited on Jul-05-2002 and corrected on Aug-22-2002)

Comply with specific requirements regarding flammable and combustible liquids and protection of electrical outlets located near water. (Class = III, Scope = Pattern, Recited on Jul-05-2002 and corrected on Aug-22-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 4
SAINT ANNE'S NURSING CENTER 
11855 QUAIL ROOST DRIVE in MIAMI 
County: DADE     AO: 11 
Number of Beds: 240 
License Expires: Apr-30-2003 
Owner: ST ANNE'S NURSING CENTER & RESIDENCE INC 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-1-2002. Beginning Jun-4-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Provide services to meet the needs and preferences of each resident. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-04-2002 and corrected on Aug-01-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 4
SHADY REST CARE PAVILION 
2310 N. AIRPORT ROAD in FORT MYERS 
County: LEE     AO: 8 
Number of Beds: 180 
License Expires: Sep-30-2003 
Owner: SHADY REST CARE PAVILION, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-8-2002. Beginning Jun-27-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Make sure each resident is being watched and has assistive devices when needed, to prevent accidents. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-27-2002 and corrected on Aug-08-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 4
SHELL POINT NURSING PAVILION 
15071 SHELL POINT BLVD. in FORT MYERS 
County: LEE     AO: 8 
Number of Beds: 219 
License Expires: Nov-30-2003 
Owner: CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE FOUNDATION 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Jul-9-2002. Beginning Jun-6-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Provide adequate and appropriate health care and protective and support services to all residents. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jun-06-2002 and corrected on Jul-09-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 2
SPRINGS AT LAKE POINTE WOODS 
7848 BENEVA ROAD in SARASOTA 
County: SARASOTA     AO: 8 
Number of Beds: 119 
License Expires: Jun-30-2003 
Owner: FOUNTAINS SENIOR PROPERTIES OF FLORIDA INC 
Appealed
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Aug-13-2002. Beginning Jul-11-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give each resident care and services to obtain or keep the highest quality of life possible. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-11-2002 and corrected on Aug-13-2002)

Make sure each resident is being watched and has assistive devices when needed, to prevent accidents. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-11-2002 and corrected on Aug-13-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 10
TANDEM HEALTH CARE OF SARASOTA 
4783 FRUITVILLE ROAD in SARASOTA 
County: SARASOTA     AO: 8 
Number of Beds: 81 
License Expires: Dec-31-2003 
Owner: TANDEM HEALTH CARE OF SARASOTA, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Oct-25-2002. Beginning Sep-26-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Protect residents from mistreatment, neglect, and/or theft of personal property. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Sep-25-2002 and corrected on Oct-25-2002)

Develop a complete care plan that meets all of a resident's needs, with timetables and actions that can be measured. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Sep-25-2002 and corrected on Oct-25-2002)

Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 6
VENICE REHAB AND HEALTH CARE 
437 S. NOKOMIS AVENUE in VENICE 
County: SARASOTA     AO: 8 
Number of Beds: 178 
License Expires: Jun-27-2003 
Owner: VEOP LLC
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Sep-19-2002. Beginning Aug-15-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Make sure each resident is being watched and has assistive devices when needed, to prevent accidents. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Aug-15-2002 and corrected on Sep-19-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 6
WATERCREST CARE CENTER 
16650 W DIXIE HWY in NORTH MIAMI BEACH 
County: DADE     AO: 11 
Number of Beds: 150 
License Expires: Aug-31-2002 
Owner: WATERCREST NURSING & REHABILITATION CENTER, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Oct-3-2002. Beginning Aug-6-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give residents proper treatment to prevent new pressure sores or heal existing pressure sores. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Aug-06-2002 and corrected on Oct-03-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 9
WHITEHALL BOCA RATON 
7300 DEL PRADO SOUTH in BOCA RATON 
County: PALM BEACH     AO: 9 
Number of Beds: 154 
License Expires: Nov-30-2003 
Owner: WHITEHALL BOCA, INC.
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Nov-1-2002. Beginning Sep-12-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Give professional services that meet a professional standard of quality. (Class = III, Scope = Isolated, Recited on Sep-12-2002 and corrected on Nov-01-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 6
WILLOWBROOKE COURT AT EDGEWATER POINTE ESTATES 
23305 BLUE WATER CIRCLE in BOCA RATON 
County: PALM BEACH     AO: 9 
Number of Beds: 101 
License Expires: Aug-31-2003 
Owner: ACTS RETIREMENT-LIFE COMMUNITIES, INC
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Jul-29-2002. Beginning Jul-12-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Make sure each resident is being watched and has assistive devices when needed, to prevent accidents. (Class = I, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Jul-12-2002 and corrected on Jul-29-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 3
WINKLER COURT 
3250 WINKLER AVENUE EXTENSION in FORT MYERS 
County: LEE     AO: 8 
Number of Beds: 120 
License Expires: Apr-30-2003 
Owner: KINDRED NURSING CENTERS EAST, LLC
Facility corrected deficient practice and has a standard status as of Sep-17-2002. Beginning Aug-15-2002, survey inspectors determined that the nursing home did not:
Make sure that each resident's nutritional needs were met. (Class = II, Scope = Isolated, Cited on Aug-15-2002 and corrected on Sep-16-2002)
Number of times facility has appeared on the Watch List: 13

Selecting a Nursing Home

Selecting a nursing home is a very important decision. That's why the Agency for Health Care Administration encourages citizens to tour any nursing home being considered for a loved one, interview staff and talk with residents about the facility and refer to information listed in theFlorida Nursing Home Guide to aid in this decision making process.

The Guide provides the following information about specific nursing homes: inspection history, ownership status, special services, charges or deficiencies and ratings. The Guide also suggests community-based alternatives to traditional nursing home care and questions to ask when choosing a facility. This Watch List reflects facilities that did not meet minimum standards, at any time, during July 1 to September 30, 2002. To request a copy of the annual Guide or the quarterly Watch Lists, call (888) 419-3456. These publications are also available on the AHCA web site at www.fdhc.state.fl.us or www.floridahealthstat.com.

Licensure Status

Nursing homes are licensed as standard or conditional. A standard license indicates the facility meets minimum standards and a conditionallicense indicates that the facility did not meet, or correct upon follow-up, minimum standards. Immediate action is required for deficiencies that pose a threat to resident health or safety.

The Inspection Process

The state Agency for Health Care Administration inspects nursing homes each year. The survey includes a facility tour; interviews with residents, families, staff, visitors and volunteers; assessments of resident rights, protections and activities; and medical record review.

As necessary, the Agency also investigates consumer complaints against nursing homes. Nursing homes are required by law to post state inspection reports.

Managed Care and Health Quality Area Offices

North Florida Central Florida South Florida
Tallahassee 
850-922-8844

Gainsville 
386-418-5314

Jacksonville 
904-359-6046

St. Petersburg 
727-552-1133

Orlando 
407-245-0850

Ft. Myers 
941-338-2366

W. Palm Beach 
561-840-0156

Miami 
305-499-2165

Explanation of Terms

Deficiencies - Failure to meet established standards. Within 10 days of inspection, nursing homes are required to submit a written Plan of Correction detailing how the deficiencies will be corrected. State inspectors conduct follow-up visits to monitor the facility's progress. Given the complexity of the survey process, even the highest quality facilities may have some minor deficiencies. Severe deficiencies may result in fines, restriction of patient admissions, change of ownership, or closure.

Class - Each deficiency cited is "classified" based upon as a Class I, II, III, or IV.

class I deficiency is a deficiency that the agency determines presents a situation in which immediate corrective action is necessary because the facility's noncompliance has caused, or is likely to cause, serious injury, harm, impairment, or death to a resident receiving care in a facility.

class II deficiency is a deficiency that the agency determines has compromised the resident's ability to maintain or reach his or her highest practicable physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being, as defined by an accurate and comprehensive resident assessment, plan of care, and provision of services.

class III deficiency is a deficiency that the agency determines will result in no more than minimal physical, mental, or psychosocial discomfort to the resident or has the potential to compromise the resident's ability to maintain or reach his or her highest practical physical, mental, or psychosocial well-being, as defined by an accurate and comprehensive resident assessment, plan of care, and provision of services.

class IV deficiency is a deficiency that the agency determines has the potential for causing no more than a minor negative impact on the resident.

Scope - Deficiencies are given a scope by the agency according to the extent of the impact of the deficiency.

Isolated deficiencies are those affecting one or a very limited number of residents, or involve one or a very limited number of staff, or a situation that occurred only occasionally or in a very limited number of locations.

Patterned deficiencies are those where more than a very limited number of residents are affected, or more than a very limited number of staff are involved, or the situation has occurred in several locations, or the same resident or residents have been affected by the reported occurrence of the same deficiency practice but the effect of the deficient practice is not found to be pervasive throughout the facility.

Widespread deficiencies are those in which problems causing the deficiency are pervasive in the facility or represent systemic failure that has affected or has the potential to affect a large portion of the facility's residents.

Under Appeal - Under Florida law, nursing homes have a right to challenge state inspection results. A conditional rating remains in effect until the appeal is settled or the deficiencies are corrected.

The state Agency for Health Care Administration administers Florida's $10 billion Medicaid program; licenses and regulates nearly 19,000 health care facilities including 680 nursing homes, and 32 health maintenance organizations; addresses complaints for more than 550,000 health care practitioners statewide; and publishes health care data and statistics.

Agency for Health Care Administration 
2727 Mahan Drive, Tallahassee, Florida 32308 
Visit AHCA online at www.fdhc.state.fl.us or www.floridahealthstat.com or call toll-free (888) 419-3456.

Bankrupt Nursing Homes
During the three months covered by this Watch List, the following nursing homes were either bankrupt or were associated with companies that were bankrupt. Please refer to the Agency for Health Care Administration web site for the latest revisions: www.fdhc.state.fl.us or www.floridahealthstat.com.
BLOUNTSTOWN HEALTH AND REHAB CENTER 
16690 CHIPOLA ROAD in BLOUNTSTOWN
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF FLORIDA AT LAKE WORTH 
1201 12TH AVENUE SOUTH in LAKE WORTH
CRYSTAL OAKS OF PINELLAS 
6767 86TH AVENUE NORTH in PINELLAS PARK
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF FLORIDA AT WEST PALM BEACH 
2939 SOUTH HAVERHILL ROAD IN WEST PALM BEACH
CRYSTAL SPRINGS NURSING & REHABILITATION CENTER 
12006 MCINTOSH ROAD in THONOTOSASSA
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF FORT MYERS 
13755 GOLF CLUB PKWY. in FORT MYERS
HIALEAH CONVALESCENT HOME 
190 W. 28TH STREET in HIALEAH
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF JACKSONVILLE 
1650 FOURAKER ROAD in JACKSONVILLE
IHS AT BRADEN RIVER 
2010 MANATEE AVENUE, E. in BRADENTON
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF LAKELAND AT OAKBRIDGE 
3110 OAKBRIDGE BLVD., E. in LAKELAND
IHS AT RIVERFRONT 
105 15TH STREET, EAST in BRADENTON
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF ORANGE PARK 
2029 PROFESSIONAL CENTER DRIVE in ORANGE PARK
IHS OF NORTHERN JACKSONVILLE 
12740 LANIER ROAD in JACKSONVILLE
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF PALM BAY 
1515 PORT MALABAR BLVD. N.E. in PALM BAY
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES AT BRANDON 
702 S. KINGS AVENUE in BRANDON
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF PINELLAS PARK 
8701 49TH STREET NORTH in PINELLAS PARK
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES AT CENTRAL PARK VILLAGE 
9311 S. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL in ORLANDO
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF PORT CHARLOTTE 
4033 BEAVER LANE in PORT CHARLOTTE
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES AT GREENBRIAR 
9820 N. KENDALL DRIVE in MIAMI
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF SARASOTA AT BENEVA 
741 S. BENEVA ROAD in SARASOTA
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF BRADENTON 
2302 59TH STREET WEST in BRADENTON
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF SEBRING 
3011 KENILWORTH BLVD. in SEBRING
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF FLORIDA AT AUBURNDALE 
919 OLD WINTER HAVEN ROAD in AUBURNDALE
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF TARPON SPRINGS 
900 BECKETT WAY in TARPON SPRINGS
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF FLORIDA AT CLEARWATER 
2055 PALMETTO STREET in CLEARWATER
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF VERA BEACH 
3663 15TH AVENUE in VERO BEACH
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF FLORIDA AT FORT PIERCE 
703 29TH STREET in FORT PIERCE
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES OF WINTER PARK 
2970 SCARLETT ROAD in WINTER PARK
LAKE PARK OF MADISON 
1900 COUNTRY CLUB DRIVE in MADISON
SUNBRIDGE CARE AND REHABILITATION OF BRADENTON 
5627 9TH STREET EAST in BRADENTON
SUNBRIDGE CARE & REHAB FOR PALM BEACH 
6414 13TH ROAD SOUTH in WEST PALM BEACH
TYRONE MEDICAL INN 
1100 66TH STREET NORTH in ST PETERSBURG
SUNBRIDGE CARE & REHAB FOR SOUTHPOINT 
42 COLLINS AVENUE in MIAMI BEACH
WEST GABLES HEALTH CARE CENTER 
2525 SW 75TH AVENUE in MIAMI
SUNBRIDGE CARE AND REHABILITATION FOR JACKSONVILLE 
11411 ARMSDALE ROAD in JACKSONVILLE
 

  1. Source: http://www.fdhc.state.fl.us/nhcguide/DGStatic/Facility70504Detail.htm, 4/1/2003.

  2. Agency for Health Care Administration, April 2003, http://www.fdhc.state.fl.us/Nursing_Home_Guide/nhup0403.shtml.

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