Jul 1, 2019 - Aug 16, 2019
Catholic Charities NH Recognized for Quality Care
All CCNH Skilled Nursing Facilities Receive Above-Average Ratings from CMS
Once again, all eight Catholic Charities New Hampshire skilled nursing facilities received above-average ratings from the US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), as part of their March 2019 star ratings for quality care.
Six facilities – Mt. Carmel (Manchester), St. Vincent (Berlin), St. Teresa (Manchester), Warde (Windham), St. Ann (Dover) and St. Joseph Residence (Manchester) – all received five-star ratings, the highest possible. St. Francis (Laconia) and Good Shepherd (Jaffrey) were given four stars.
This builds on some very impressive 5-star streaks:
- 5+ years for Warde Health Center and St. Joseph Residence
- 36 consecutive months for Mt. Carmel
- 34 straight months for St. Vincent
- 18 consecutive months for St. Ann
- 15 straight months for St. Teresa
Nursing Home Ratings – March 2019
|Mt. Carmel Rehabilitation and Nursing Center – Manchester||5 stars|
|St. Vincent de Paul Rehabilitation and Nursing Center – Berlin||5 stars|
|St. Teresa Rehabilitation and Nursing Center – Manchester||5 stars|
|St. Ann and Nursing Center – Dover||5 stars|
|Warde Rehabilitation and Nursing Center – Windham||5 stars|
|St. Joseph Residence – Manchester*||5 stars|
|St. Francis Rehabilitation and Nursing Center – Laconia||4 stars|
|Good Shepherd Rehabilitation and Nursing Center – Jaffrey||4 stars|
Source: US Centers for Medicaid & Medicare Services’ Nursing Home Compare findings as of March 29, 2019.
4 stars = Above Average | 5 stars = Much Above Average
*CCNH manages St. Joseph Residence for the Sisters of the Presentation of Mary.
The CMS monthly ratings measure excellence of care based on health inspections, staffing levels and a wide range of quality measures.
Catholic Charities New Hampshire provides a wide range of personalized healthcare services for seniors across New Hampshire, including short-term rehabilitation care, long-term care, memory care, assisted living and independent living.Back to News