GALEON, City OSAKIS

Federal Provider Number 245465
Provider Name GALEON
Provider Address 410 WEST MAIN STREET
Provider City OSAKIS
Provider State MN
Provider ZipCode 56360
Provider Phone Number  3208592142
Provider SSA County Code 200
Provider County Name Douglas
Ownership Type Non profit – Corporation
Number of Certified Beds 40
Number of residents in certified beds 31
Provider Type Medicare and Medicaid
Provider resides in hospital FALSE
Legal business name COMMUNITY MEMORIAL HOME AT OSAKIS MINN INCORPORATED
Date first approved to provide medicare and medic aid services 4/1/1987
Continuing care retirement community FALSE
Special focus facility FALSE
Most recent health inspection more than 2 years ago FALSE
Provider changed ownership in last 12 months FALSE
With a resident and family council Both
Automatic sprinklers system in all required areas Yes
Overall rating 5
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Health inspection rating 4
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QMR Rating 5
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Staff rating 5
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RN Staffing rating 5
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Reported CNA staffing hours per resident per day 2.49516
Reported LPN staffing hours per resident per day 1.91452
Reported RN staffing hours per resident per day 1.05806
Reported licensed staffing hours per resident per day 2.97258
Reported total nurse staffing hours per resident per day 5.46774
Reported physical therapist staffing hours per resident per day 0.16613
Expected CNA staffing hours per resident per day 2.49497
Expected LPN staffing hours per resident  per day 0.54074
Expected RNA staffing hours per resident per day 0.86952
Expected total nurse staffing hours per resident per day 3.90523
Adjusted CNA staffing hours per resident per day 2.45389
Adjusted LPN staffing hours per resident per day 2.93864
Adjusted RN Staffing hours per resident per day 0.90922
Adjusted total nurse staffing hours per resident per day 5.6437
Health survey date under new process No Health Inspection since 11/28/2017
Number of health deficiencies on survey under new process Not Applicable
Severity of most severed deficiency under new process Not Applicable
Largest number of residents affected by deficiency cited under new process Not Applicable
Date of previous standard health inspection 10/19/2017
Number of health deficiencies on previous standard health inspection 3
Rating cycle 1 standard survey health date 10/19/2017
Rating cycle 1 total number of health deficiencies 3
Rating cycle 1 number of standard health deficiencies 3
Rating cycle 1 number of complaint health deficiencies 0
Rating cycle 1 health deficiency score 12
Rating cycle 1 number of health revisits 1
Rating cycle 1 health revisit score 0
Rating cycle 1 total health score 12
Rating cycle 2 standard health survey date 11/10/2016
Rating cycle 2 total number of health deficiencies 4
Rating cycle 2 number of standard health deficiencies 4
Rating cycle 2 number of complaint health deficiencies 0
Rating cycle 2 health deficiency score 16
Rating cycle 2 number of health revisits 1
Rating cycle 2 total health score 16
Total weighted health survey score 13.6
Number of facility reported incidents 0
Number of substantiated complaints 0
Number of fines 0
Total amount of fine in dollors $0.00
Number of payment denials 0
Total number of penalties 0
Location 410 WEST MAIN STREET
OSAKIS, MN 56360
(45.868674, -95.160458)
Processing Date 3/1/2018
Use Counties 373
Counties 373
States 1

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