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Highland Park Care Center

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Houston, Texas
Medicare and Medicaid

Highland Park Care Center is a nursing home located in Houston, Texas with 120 beds and an average of 86 residents per day.

8861 Fulton Street
Houston, Texas 77022
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Long-term stay quality measures:
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Facts & features
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Continuing care retirement community: No
Automatic sprinkler systems: Yes
Council: Family and resident council
Provider type: Medicare and Medicaid
Date first approved to provide Medicare and Medicaid services: April 26, 1995
Number of beds: 120
Number of residents per day: 86
Percent of beds that are filled: 72% of beds are filled
Health inspection
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Health inspection rating

Health inspection ratings are based on the number, scope, and severity of deficiencies identified during the three most recent annual inspection surveys, as well as substantiated findings from the most recent 36 months of complaint investigations. All deficiency findings are weighted by scope and severity. This measure also takes into account the number of revisits required to ensure that deficiencies identified during the health inspection survey have been corrected.

Number of health deficiencies by year

A health citation is a finding that a nursing home failed to meet one or more federal health requirements during an annual health inspection or a complaint inspection. Inspectors identify health citations by observing the nursing home's performance, its practices, or the conditions in the facility.

2019 11
2018 10
2017 2
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Staff rating
Nurse staff rating

Staff ratings are based on nursing home staffing levels. They are based on two measures: (1) Registered nurse hours per resident per day and (2) Total nurse staffing (registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and nurse aides) hours per resident per day.

Higher staffing hours per resident per day means that each resident receives more hours of care.

At Highland Park Care Center, residents receive around 3.5 hours of care each day.

Nurse staffing hours per resident per day
Nurse aid staffing hours per resident per day 2.3 hours
Licensed practical nurse hours per resident per day 1.0 hours
Registered nurse staffing hours per resident per day 0.2 hours
Total nurse staffing hours per resident per day 3.5 hours
Quality of care
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Overall quality of care rating
Long-term stay quality of care rating
Short-term stay quality of care rating

The quality of care rating is based on a variety of measures including:

Percent of residents whose need for help with activities of daily living has increased
Percent of residents whose ability to move independently worsened
Percent of high-risk residents with pressure ulcers
Percent of residents who have/had a catheter inserted and left in their bladder
Percent of residents with a urinary tract infection
Percent of residents experiencing one or more falls with major injury
Percent of residents who received an antipsychotic medication
Number of hospitalizations
Number of outpatient emergency department visits
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Highland Park Care Center is operated by Winnie-Stowell Hospital District. It was first approved to provide Medicare and Medicaid services on April 26, 1995.
Name Role Ownership percentage Association date

John Henry

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Officer Not Applicable Since 11/30/2012

Edward Murrell

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Officer Not Applicable Since 01/30/2017

Bryant Sam

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Managing Employee Not Applicable Since 09/23/2014

Menachem Shapiro

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Operational/Managerial Control Not Applicable Since 09/23/2014

Winnie-Stowell Hospital District

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Operational/Managerial Control Not Applicable Since 05/01/2004
Incidents and fines
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Number of facility reported incidents 8
Number of substantiated complaints 6
Number of fines 2
Total fines $19,033
Number of payment denials 0
Number of penalties 2
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Federal Provider Number 675493
Ownership Type
Special Focus Status
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Most Recent Health Inspection More Than 2 Years Ago
Provider Changed Ownership in Last 12 Months
Overall Rating 1
Health Inspection Rating 1
QM Rating 3
Long-Stay QM Rating 5
Short-Stay QM Rating 2
Staffing Rating 1
RN Staffing Rating 1