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Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community

  • Nursing Home

Updated Jun 1, 2021 by Nick Lata

Historical Rating
Grade: C
Oct 18: DNov 18: CDec 18: CJan 19: FFeb 19: FMar 19: FApr 19: CMay 19: CJun 19: CJul 19: CAug 19: CSep 19: CJan 20: DMar 20: DApr 20: CMay 20: B-Jun 20: B-Jul 20: B-Aug 20: B-Sep 20: BOct 20: B-Jan 21: BFeb 21: BMar 21: BApr 21: B-May 21: B-Jun 21: C
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Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community's website

24588 Church Street,
Chenoa IL 61726

(309) 747-2702

Note: Data for Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community has not been updated recently. This page shows historical performance which may not be representitive of current service levels.

Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community is a large non-profit nursing home located in Chenoa, Illinois. Featuring an overall grade of C, this is likely a middle of the road facility. Based on our analysis, this nursing home ought to meet the needs of many people. This place is better in some categories than others, but it didn't have any poor grades in any of our four major categories. More information about these categories can be found below.

Quick Details

  • Accepts Medicare 1
  • Accepts Medicaid 1
  • No CCRC
  • Has Resident Council
  • Has Family Council
  • Non profit - Church related

Specialized Services

  • Speech Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Nutritional Counseling

Facility Inspections

Grade: A-minus

While this facility's overall grade was not bad, it really excelled in the area of inspections. In fact, we awarded it a grade of A- for that category, which is one of our best scores. We take several aspects of a facility's inspection report into consideration in computing these inspection scores. One critical factor is deficiencies. It should be noted that the severity of the deficiencies is arguably more important than the number of deficiencies, as some deficiencies are relatively insignificant. While this place had some deficiencies on its report, none were major deficiencies based on CMS' deficiency scale. A couple of minor deficiencies shouldn't stop you from considering a nursing home.

Long-term Care Quality

Grade: B

In addition, we gave this nursing home a grade of B in our long-term care category. This is one of our more favorable scores. Long-term care grades of this caliber generally require both 24/7 care from nurses and aids, as well as quality routine medical care. In addition to assessing the volume of care provided by nurses aids and other staff, we looked at the percentage of residents vaccinated for pneumonia. This nursing home provided the vaccine to 78.78788 percent of its residents. This is a few points lower than we anticipated but still a decent figure. Although its vaccination rate was a bit lower than we like to see, at least this nursing home was able to limit hospitalizations. It had only 0.02 hospitalizations per one thousand long-term resident days, which is a remarkably low figure.

Nurse Quality

Grade: B-minus

This nursing home's nursing grade appears to be one of its better features. The facility received a grade of B- in this category. When calculating a nursing home's nursing grade, we assess the number of hours nurses spend with patients and the levels of training of those nurses. This facility provided just 0 hours of nursing care per resident per day. This figure is significantly below the national average. Lastly, we also looked at some nursing quality measures. While this nursing home got dinged a bit for nursing hours, it actually excelled in a few of these quality measures. With less than five percent of its patients sustaining pressure ulcers, it performed very well in this area. This is typically an indicator of quality nursing care. Pressure ulcers can often be prevented by offering better nursing care, such as by having a system of moving residents at least once a day.

Short-term Care Quality

Grade: C

The final area we analyzed was short-term care. We gave it a grade of C in that category. This is a perfectly acceptable grade in this area. Our short-term care ratings are thought to be most meaningful for residents requiring rehabilitation from their nursing home. Rehabilitation usually mandates higher levels of skilled nursing. Skilled nursing means not just nursing, but also physical and respiratory therapy, as well as other forms of therapy. Unfortunately, we found that this nursing home provided fewer registered nurse and physical therapist hours per resident than most other nursing homes. Lastly, we looked at the number of residents that ultimately returned home from this facility. We found that 3.5 percent of this facility's patients were able to return home. This figure was actually well below average.

Rating Over Time

Compared to national and state averages across all facilities.

FDCB-BB+A-AA+Oct 18Sep 22

Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community Quality Metrics

Minimizes Pressure Ulcers

Grade: D

In Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community, 8.73% of Patients had Pressure Ulcers

This tells you the percent of residents that have had a pressure ulcer. Pressure ulcers are damage to the skin due to staying in one position for an excessive period of time.

Minimizes Serious Falls

Grade: F

In Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community, 3.45% of Patients had Serious Falls

This gauges the percentage of long-term care residents who have sustained falls resulting in serious injury. This is one of the statistics we use in determining nursing grades.

Minimizes Urinary Tract Infections

Grade: A+

In Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community, 2.6% of Patients had UTIs

This is the percent of patients who sustained a urinary tract infection. Urinary tract infections are considered by many experts to be a barometer of the quality of nursing care . UTI's are often caused by worse hygiene protocols. Nevertheless, this statistic may be misleading for certain nursing homes due to inconsistent reporting standards for these infections.

Appropriately Uses Anti-Psychotic Medication

Grade: D

In Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community, 18.11% of Patients use Anti-Psychotic Medication

This tells you the percent of patients who were prescribed antipsychotic drugs. While antipsychotic drugs may be vital to many residents, it is important to make sure these drugs are being used appropriately. In some cases, excessive reliance on these medications may mean that a facility is using these drugs to control patient behavior.

Appropriately Uses Anti-Anxiety Medication

Grade: A-minus

In Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community, 19.04% of Patients use Anti-Anxiety Medication

This statistic indicates the percentage of long-term residents receiving antianxiety drugs.

Managing Depression Among Residents

Grade: C

In Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community, 30.45% of Patients

This indicates the percent of patients who are demonstrating symptoms of depression. Higher levels of depression may be an indicator a less hospitable environment.

Appropriate Vaccine Usage

Grade: D

In Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community, 87.4% of Patients

This is a measure of the percent of long-term care patients that were given the flu and pneumonia vaccines. Respiratory viruses can be fatal for seniors, making these types of vaccines important for resident well-being.

Residents Maintain Autonomy

Grade: A

In Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community, 13.9% Percentage of Patients

This is the percentage of patients who needed increased assistance with activities of daily living over time. Higher levels of dependence on staff for assistance with activities of daily living could indicate erosion of a resident's health.

Ability to Keep Residents Mobile

Grade: F

In Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community, 17.56% Percentage of Residents

This datapoint is a measure of the percentage of long-term stay patients that maintained mobility. Many in the industry believe that mobility is vital to patients mental and physical health.

Hospitalizations

Grade: B

In Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community, 1.66 Hospitalizations per 1,000 resident days

This indicates the number of hospitalizations per thousand days of care. There is typically a correlation between avoiding hospitalizations and the overall quality of long-term care.

Short-term Care: Rehospitalizations

Grade: A-plus

In Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community, 17.56 Percentage of Residents Rehospitalized

Measures the number of rehospitalizations per 1,000 days of short-term resident care.

Short-term Care: ER Visits

Grade: B-minus

In Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community, 11.82 Percentage of Patients

Measures the number of times residents are sent to the emergency room per thousand days of short-term care. Avoiding medical emergencies is one way to measure patient care during rehabilitation.

Short-term Care: Facilitates Functional Improvement

Grade: D

In Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community, 71.65% Percentage of Resident

This datapoint measures the percentage of short-term patients who experienced functional improvements.

Nearby Hospitals

  • Advocate Bromenn Medical CenterAcute Care Hospitals 19.84 miles away1304 Franklin Avenue Normal Illinois 61761Voluntary non-profit - Church(309) 454-1400
  • St Joseph Medical CenterAcute Care Hospitals 20 miles away2200 E Washington Bloomington Illinois 61701Voluntary non-profit - Church(309) 662-3311

Nearby Dialysis

  • Fmc - Pontiac12.79 miles away804 W. Madison St. Pontiac Illinois 61764Dialysis Stations: 10 (815) 844-4340
  • Home Dialysis Services - Bloomington17.63 miles away3901 General Electric Road, Suite 1 Bloomington Illinois 61704Dialysis Stations: 1 (309) 808-1226
  • Fmc - Normal Dialysis18.15 miles away1531 E College Avenue Normal Illinois 61761Dialysis Stations: 12 (309) 451-1171