Mission Valley Nursing and Transitional Care
1200 S Bryan Rd, Mission TX 78572 · (855) 687-8282 · 101.72% estimated occupancy 1Updated: Mar 1, 2020 · By Nick Reese
Mission Valley Nursing and Transitional Care is an average-sized nursing home located in Mission, Texas. Featuring an overall score of C, this appears to be a decent facility. Based on our analysis, this facility has some redeeming qualities. The best part of this nursing home's profile is its exemplary inspection grade. We discuss inspections in the next section.
Accepts Medicare 1 :
Accepts Medicaid 1 : 116 Beds
For profit - Corporation
The main reason this ended up being a decent nursing home is that it received an elite inspection score. Its inspection grade was far superior to its overall score. In the inspections category, we gave it an A. Arguably the most significant factor we consider in computing our inspection grades is deficiencies. Deficiencies are found on a facility's inspection reports. Nursing homes with better scores in this category most likely dodged the most severe deficiencies involving things like patient abuse. Unfortunately, we weren't able to find information about this nursing home's deficiencies. We wish we had more information about this facility. Without having access to complete information regarding deficiencies, it is challenging to evaluate it in this category.
Long-term Care Quality
We also gave this nursing home an impressive grade in long-term care. This nursing home earned a grade of B in this category, which happens to be one of our more favorable grades. In a long-term care setting, the primary goal is to keep patients healthy and safe. This is different than skilled nursing or short-term care where the goal is to rehabilitate residents. This facility did fine in this category as far as we could tell, but we do want to point out that we appear to be missing some information from this facility's long-term care metrics.
Short-term Care Quality
Unfortunately, this facility's third best score is short-term care. As it turns out, with a grade of D in this area, it still performed somewhat badly. With our short-term care assessment, we attempt to create a valuable measure for rehabilitation services. In this process, we look at a nursing home's scope of highly-skilled nursing services, including both registered nurses and physical therapy, as well as respiratory therapy. Not surprisingly, we found that this nursing home provides far less physical therapist and registered nurse hours per resident than the average facility. Finally, we assessed the percentage of residents that ultimately returned home from this nursing home. This nursing home didn't fare well here either. In fact, we found that just 0 percent of this facility's residents were able to return home.
The last area we graded was nursing. Sadly, it received an abysmal F for this area, which is an abysmal grade. This is clearly a major disappointment. Nursing grades are based largely on nurse staffing levels. This nursing home averages 3.5 hours of nursing care per resident per day, which is below the national average. Finally, we also assessed some nursing quality measures in determining our nursing scores. This nursing home performed well in the area of minimizing its residents' pressure ulcers and major falls.
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