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Petaluma Valley Hospital

Contact Information:
Petaluma Valley Hospital
400 N Mcdowell Blvd
Petaluma, CA
Nursing Home Phone Number: (707) 778-1111

Nursing Home Details*:

Total Number of Beds: 20Percent of Occupied Beds: 35%
Total Number of Residents: 7Located Within a Hospital: Yes
Type of Ownership: Non profit - CorporationMultiple Nursing Homes by Same Owner: Yes
Councils the Nursing Home Participates in: NoneMedicare/Medicaid: Participating in Medicare and Medicaid
* Details Last Reported on: 11/15/2002

Nursing Home Staff Information:

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Nursing Home Resident Information**:

Percent of Short-Stay Residents With Pressure Sores: 33%
Percent of Short-Stay Residents Who Had Moderate to Severe Pain: 69%
Percent of Short-Stay Residents With Delirium: 9%
** Details Last Reported on: 11/15/2002

Nursing Home Inspection Violations:

Date of Violation Date Corrected Type of Violation Deficiency Scope Level of Harm
2001-11-01 2002-01-04 Resident Assessment Deficiencies Make sure all assessments are accurate, coordinated by an RN, done by the right professional, and are signed by the person completing them. Isolated Minimal harm or potential for actual harm
2001-11-01 2002-01-04 Quality Care Deficiencies Give professional services that meet a professional standard of quality. Isolated Minimal harm or potential for actual harm
2002-11-15 2003-01-02 Resident Rights Deficiencies Immediately tell the resident, doctor, and a family member if: the resident is injured, there is a major change in resident's physical/mental health, there is a need to alter treatment significantly, or the resident must be transferred or discharged. Isolated Minimal harm or potential for actual harm
2002-11-15 2003-01-02 Resident Assessment Deficiencies Make sure all assessments are accurate, coordinated by an RN, done by the right professional, and are signed by the person completing them. Isolated Minimal harm or potential for actual harm
2002-11-15 2003-01-02 Resident Assessment Deficiencies Screen residents when they are first admitted to send them to an area with special care for people with developmental disabilities or mental illness, if needed. Pattern Potential for minimal harm
2002-11-15 2003-01-02 Quality Care Deficiencies Make sure each resident is being watched and has assistance devices when needed, to prevent accidents. Isolated Minimal harm or potential for actual harm
2002-11-15 2003-01-02 Quality Care Deficiencies Make sure that each resident's nutritional needs were met. Isolated Minimal harm or potential for actual harm
2002-11-15 2003-01-02 Nutrition and Dietary Deficiencies Store, cook, and give out food in a safe and clean way. Pattern Potential for minimal harm
2002-11-15 2003-01-02 Environmental Deficiencies Get rid of garbage properly. Pattern Potential for minimal harm
2002-11-15 2003-01-02 Administration Deficiencies Keep accurate and appropriate medical records. Pattern Potential for minimal harm

*** All violations listed are based on federal government records.

 

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