O'berry Neuro-Medical Treatment Center is a large government-owned nursing home located in Goldsboro, North Carolina. With an overall rating of A, this is undoubtedly a world class nursing home. We really can not say enough good things about this place. Scroll down to find this facility's category ratings, which are also quite good. It would be hard to find any major flaws in this nursing home's profile.

Additional Details:

Accepts Medicare 1 : FalseUsed to indicate false.

Accepts Medicaid 1 : 144 Beds TrueA checkmark indicating true.

CCRC : FalseUsed to indicate false.

Government - State

Resident Council: TrueA checkmark indicating true.

Family Council: TrueA checkmark indicating true.

Facility Inspections

A+
Oct 18: A+Nov 18: A+Dec 18: A+Jan 19: A+Feb 19: A+May 19: A+Jun 19: A+Jul 19: A+Aug 19: A+Sep 19: A+Jan 20: A+Mar 20: A+Apr 20: A+May 20: A+Jun 20: A+Jul 20: A+Aug 20: A+
Historical

On top of receiving a great overall grade, this facility also earned an A+ inspection grade. This is based on its recent inspection reports. An A+ in this category is one of the best complements we can offer a facility. We weigh several aspects of a nursing home's inspection report in computing these inspection grades. One of those factors is health deficiencies. You should keep in mind that the severity of these deficiencies is arguably more meaningful than the quantity of deficiencies, as some deficiencies end up being relatively minor. While this nursing home had some minor dings on its report, it had no severe deficiencies. Severe deficiencies are labeled as categories G through L. This tells you the government inspectors didn't consider any of the deficiencies on this facility's report to pose an imminent threat to patient health or safety. Finally, this facility had no substantiated complaints this year from residents, which is an excellent sign.

Nurse Quality

A
Oct 18: A+Nov 18: A+Dec 18: A+Jan 19: A+Feb 19: A+May 19: A+Jun 19: A+Jul 19: A+Aug 19: A+Sep 19: A+Jan 20: AMar 20: AApr 20: AMay 20: AJun 20: AJul 20: AAug 20: A
Historical

To complement its strong performance in other areas, we awarded this nursing home a grade of A+ for our inspections rating. Our nursing grade is largely associated with a facility's level of nurse staffing. This facility provided 0 hours of nursing care per resident per day. Finally, we also looked at some nursing quality measures in determining our nursing grades. This place performed very well in terms of minimizing its residents' major falls and pressure ulcers. We consider these areas to be good indicators of the quality of nursing care.

Long-term Care Quality

A
Oct 18: A+Nov 18: A+Dec 18: A+Jan 19: A+Feb 19: A+May 19: A+Jun 19: A+Jul 19: A+Aug 19: A+Sep 19: A+Jan 20: AMar 20: AApr 20: AMay 20: AJun 20: AJul 20: AAug 20: A
Historical

This nursing home also was elite in the area of long-term care, where we gave it a grade of A. Few nursing homes received a better grade in this category. Long-term care scores in this range generally require both 24/7 care from nurses and aids, as well as quality routine healthcare services. In addition to looking at the volume of care provided by nurses and other staff, we looked at the percentage of residents vaccinated for pneumonia. This facility provided the vaccine to 100 percent of its patients. Vaccines are vital to keeping patients out of the hospital. Finally, this nursing home was able to limit hospitalizations. In fact, it had less than one hospitalization per one thousand long-term resident days, which is a remarkably low number.

Short-term Care Quality

B+
Oct 18: A-Nov 18: A-Dec 18: A-Jan 19: A-Feb 19: AMay 19: A-Jun 19: A-Jul 19: AAug 19: ASep 19: AJan 20: BMar 20: BApr 20: B+May 20: B+Jun 20: B+Jul 20: B+Aug 20: B+
Historical

In the last category we analyzed, this facility was given a very strong grade of B+ in our short-term care category. With this score, the facility completed a very strong report card. In the area of short-term care, we try to assess indicators of a facility's rehabilitation. We analyze the facility's skilled nursing services, including the ones performed by registered nurses and physical, occupational and other therapists. Unfortunately, it does not look like this facility provided data regarding its registered nurse or physical therapy staffing. The last measure we looked at in this category is the percentage of residents who were able to leave the nursing home and return to the community. We found that 0 percent of this facility's patients were able to return home.

Overall Rating Over Time

Compared to national and state averages across all facilities.

Aug 20
Provider:
A
State:
B-
National:
B
FDCB-BB+A-AA+Oct 18Nov 18Dec 18Jan 19Feb 19Mar 19Apr 19May 19Jun 19Jul 19Aug 19Sep 19Oct 19Dec 19Jan 20Mar 20Apr 20May 20Jun 20Jul 20Aug 20
Overall Rating
Nurse Rating
Long-Term Rating
Short-Term Rating
Inspection Rating

O'berry Neuro-Medical Treatment Center Quality Metrics

Minimizes Pressure Ulcers

This tells you the percent of residents who have had a pressure ulcer. Pressure ulcers, also known as bed sores, are routinely the result of patients not being moved frequently enough. Better nursing protocols minimizes the number of pressure ulcers sustained by residents in a nursing home.

Provider
A+
2.04%
State
B-
9.19%
National
B
7.34%

Percent of Patients with Pressure Ulcers
Lower is Better

Minimizes Serious Falls

This statistic gauges the percent of long-term patients who had falls resulting in major injury. Falls can arise for a variety of reasons, but excessive numbers of falls could be an indication of lower quality nursing care.

Provider
A+
0.72%
State
B
3.57%
National
B
3.36%

Percent of Patients with Serious Falls
Lower is Better

Minimizes Urinary Tract Infections

This is the percent of patients who suffered from a urinary tract infection. These infections may be associated with inadequate hygiene.

Provider
C
4.35%
State
B-
3.4%
National
B
2.66%

Percent of Patients with UTIs
Lower is Better

Appropriately Uses Anti-Psychotic Medication

This statistic measures the percentage of long-term care patients receiving antipsychotic medications. While antipsychotic medications serve an important medical purpose, it is important to confirm these medications are being used appropriately. In some situations, increased usage of these drugs may mean a nursing home is using these drugs to control patient behavior.

Provider
B
13.87%
State
B+
11.38%
National
B
14.15%

Percent of Patients
Lower is Better

Appropriately Uses Anti-Anxiety Medication

This is the percent of residents who were given antianxiety medications. These medications are generally prescribed to patients suffering from anxiety or depression.

Provider
A-
12.83%
State
B-
23.41%
National
B
19.69%

Percent of Patients
Lower is Better

Managing Depression Among Residents

This metric is a measure of the percentage of long-term care patients who are demonstrating depressive symptoms.

Provider
A+
0%
State
A-
1.77%
National
B+
5.11%

Percent of Patients
Lower is Better

Appropriate Vaccine Usage

This metric measures the percentage of long-term care patients that received the flu and pneumonia vaccines.

Provider
A
100%
State
B-
90.65%
National
B
92.01%

Percent of Patients
Higher is Better

Residents Maintain Autonomy

This is a measure of the percentage of long-term care patients that required increased assistance with activities of daily living over time. ADL's include activities such as taking medications and taking a bath. Some argue that this is a reasonable measure of a patient's well-being.

Provider
C
17.65%
State
B-
18.46%
National
B
14.47%

Percentage of Patients
Lower is Better

Ability to Keep Residents Mobile

This indicates the percentage of patients that remained mobile levels over time. Retaining mobility is usually a great sign for residents' well-being.

Provider
A
24.29%
State
A-
22.34%
National
B
17.10%

Percentage of Residents
Higher is Better

Hospitalizations

This is the number of times residents are hospitalized per thousand days of care. There is typically a correlation between keeping patients out of the hospital and the quality of care.

Provider
A-
1.14
State
B
1.58
National
B
1.70

Hospitalizations per 1,000 resident days
Lower is Better

Short-term Care: Rehospitalizations

This is the number of times residents are rehospitalized per 1,000 days of short-term patient care.

Provider
D
24.29
State
C
22.34
National
B
17.10

Percentage of Residents Rehospitalized
Lower is Better

Nearby Hospitals

Wayne Memorial Hospital 4.66 mi
2700 Wayne Memorial Dr Goldsboro North Carolina 27534
(919) 736-1110
Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private
Johnston Health 18.26 mi
509 Bright Leaf Blvd Smithfield North Carolina 27577
(919) 934-8171
Acute Care Hospitals
Government - Hospital District or Authority

Nearby Dialysis

Goldsboro South Dialysis 3.66 mi
CMS Rating: 3 stars
Dialysis Stations: 25
1704 Wayne Memorial Drive Goldsboro North Carolina 27530
(919) 739-6505
Rai Care Centers Goldsboro 4.18 mi
Dialysis Stations: 16
2403 Wayne Memorial Dr Goldsboro North Carolina 27530
(919) 734-0044
Goldsboro Dialysis 4.6 mi
CMS Rating: 4 stars
Dialysis Stations: 26
2609 Hospital Road Goldsboro North Carolina 27534
(919) 734-1410
Davita Coastal Plain Dialysis 5.53 mi
Dialysis Stations: 12
209 Nc Hwy 111 S Goldsboro North Carolina 27534
(919) 778-5766
Mount Olive Dialysis 14.2 mi
CMS Rating: 5 stars
Dialysis Stations: 15
105 Michael Martin Road Mount Olive North Carolina 28365
(919) 658-0878
Johnston Dialysis Center Inc 18.61 mi
CMS Rating: 3 stars
Dialysis Stations: 25
545 East Market Street Smithfield North Carolina 27577
(919) 934-9188