Good Samaritan Society – Manson receives deficiency-free survey
Good Samaritan Society – Manson is celebrating a deficiency-free health survey. The Iowa Department of Health and Human Services found the center deficiency-free on maintaining compliance with both state and federal requirements.
Surveys are conducted to ensure nursing homes are meeting state and federal standards, which regulate how care must be provided to residents.
Surveyors were at Good Samaritan Society – Manson from Oct. 30 through Nov. 2. While in the center, they interviewed a variety of staff members, family members and residents. They reviewed quality of care and quality of life, observance of residents’ rights, and whether the center meets environmental standards of cleanliness and is hazard-free.
“It is truly encouraging to know that the Good Samaritan Society culture expects the best,” said Cynthia Ayala, administrator. “And I know this because I’ve witnessed the results personally. Our staff members work extremely hard, and the reason is they love and value what they do.”