Community Compassion Center of Nashville
1407 North Main Street, Nashville AR 71852 · (870) 845-2021 · 70.12% estimated occupancy 1Updated: Jan 10, 2019 · By Nick Reese
Community Compassion Center of Nashville is located in Nashville, Arkansas. The city has 10,102 people. Featuring an overall grade of F, we consider this to be a lower end nursing home. If you are not happy with this facility's poor overall grade, you may find your options to be limited in Nashville. The city has just one other nursing home. Surprisingly, we were able to give this nursing home some positive feedback for our inspections category, which you can find more information about below.
Accepts Medicare 1 :
Accepts Medicaid 1 : 78 Beds
For profit - Corporation
While this place's overall score was as bad as it gets, it actually fared well in the area of inspections. In fact, we awarded it a grade of B for that area, which is one of our better scores. Our inspection ratings are tied to several items located in the a nursing home's recent inspection reports. Deficiencies are a key item to look for on these inspections. You should especially avoid nursing homes that have severe deficiencies linked to endangerment of patients. This particular nursing home had just a single deficiency on its inspection report and it was not one deemed to pose a threat to patient health or safety. Even with this deficiency, this place still received a relatively positive inspection report.
Long-term Care Quality
Among this facility's host of abysmal grades was its F in the area of long-term care. Facilities that don't fare well in long-term care typically are not as well-staffed and are lagging in some of the areas of routine medical care we assessed. We were unable to find a few metrics in computing this place's long-term care rating, so this score may not be as accurate as our other category grades.
Short-term Care Quality
The next category we looked at is short-term care. This nursing home's received a poor short-term care score where it received a lowly F. Short-term care grades are typically employed to gauge a nursing home's rehabilitation services In order to have highly rated rehabilitation services, nursing homes generally must have better levels of highly skilled nursing. These types of services include registered nurses, physical therapists, speech therapists and other types of therapists. With a grade of this caliber in this area, we weren't surprised to find that this nursing home was below average in the two key staffing figures we focus on. The nursing home provided substantially fewer registered nurse and physical therapist hours per resident than most nursing homes. The last datapoint we assessed in this category is the percentage of residents who were able to leave the nursing home and return to the community. We discovered that just 0 percent of this facility's patients were able to return home, which is well below average. The combination of these subpar metrics sunk this nursing home's short-term care grade.
The next area we assessed was nursing. This facility was given a poor grade of F in this category. Our nursing score looks at the facility's level of nurse staffing. We consider both the levels of skill of those nurses as well as the amount of time spent with patients. This particular place averaged a meager 2.2 hours of nursing care per patient each day. This number is well below the national average. Finally, we also assessed some nursing quality-based metrics in calculating our nursing grades. This facility performed well in the area of avoiding pressure ulcers and major falls.
Overall Rating Over Time
Compared to national and state averages across all facilities.