Saint Paul, MN – CSC-Humboldt Transitional Care Unit, part of the Benedictine Health System, a leading faith-based provider of quality senior care and living services in the Midwest, received the top “high performing” recognition for the new category of overall quality of short-stay rehabilitation, as noted in the recently released 2018-2019 U.S. News and World Report “Best Nursing Homes” report.
More than 15,000 nursing homes across the country were evaluated and received one of five Overall Quality ratings – High Performing, Better than Average, Average, Worse than Average, or Poor. New this year, those with sufficient relevant volume also received one of three Short-Stay Rehabilitation Overall Quality ratings – High Performing, Average, or Below Average. The ratings are based on U. S. News and World Report’s own in-depth analysis of data from the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, including data not factored into CMS’s star ratings.
“Staff at Cerenity Senior Care- Humboldt Transitional Care unit have acted to improve the quality of the care and services they provide. These results were achieved though high intention, diligent effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution,” said Jeri Reinhardt, RN, BHS vice president of clinical services and performance excellence.
“Congratulations and thank you to Zack Adedayo- Director of Nursing, and Erin Anhut- Director of Therapies, and their staff at CSC-Humboldt TCU for their hard work and dedication in providing quality compassionate care to those they serve daily,” said Todd Carsen, Administrator.
“We are excited to receive this award but the real honor is seeing people improve and on their path to recovery.” stated Erin Anhut, Director of Therapies.
Cerenity Senior Care- Humboldt
Cerenity Senior Care- Humboldt is a leader in elderly care services. CSC-Humboldt has been serving our neighbors for over 50 years. CSC-Humboldt offers different levels of care and housing options for aging adults, including assisted living, memory care, transitional care, skilled nursing, and therapy services.
About Benedictine Health System
The Benedictine Health System is a nationally recognized, award-winning, Catholic, non-profit senior living system based in Duluth, Minn. For more than 30 years, BHS has provided a full spectrum of health and housing services to aging adults. BHS owns and manages skilled nursing, assisted living and independent living communities across the upper Midwest and offers services in such areas as therapy, rehabilitation, memory care, home health care, adult day and transitional care. BHS is sponsored by the Benedictine Sisters of St. Scholastica Monastery, Duluth. Additional information may be found at www.bhshealth.org.