Marymount Place Achieves Another Deficiency-Free State Survey
Peggy Mathews, center, with COO Jeff Myers, left, and Villa St. Joseph Administrator Dan Storey
The Ohio Department of Health agreed 100 percent with what Marymount Place Administrator Peggy Mathews, her staff, and residents know all too well: at Marymount Place they do it all and they do it well.
Marymount Place received its fourth consecutive perfect, deficiency-free ODH annual survey score, reflecting the hard work and dedication of the administration, nursing staff and caregivers, dietary department, and environmental services. This great survey is a terrific way for the Marymount Place team and residents to kick off the facility’s 30th anniversary in October.
“A huge thank you to all staff providing care and support to Marymount Place,” Administrator Peggy Mathews said. “Our nursing, dietary, activities, maintenance, and administrative staffs helped us to yet another year of deficiency free status to be proud of.
“This is a team effort and could never be accomplished without all of us working together with the goal of excellent customer service and making this community a true home,” Mathews added.
ODH’s Division of Quality Assurance regulates many types of health care facilities through both state licensure and federal certification rules, and annual surveys. ODH also licenses and registers personnel in several fields.
The Bureau of Regulatory Compliance (BRC) helps protect the health and safety of more than 100,000 Ohioans living in nursing homes, residential care facilities, and county homes by enforcing state and federal health care and environmental standards.