6312 North Portland, Oklahoma City OK 73112 · (405) 946-6932 · 46.95% estimated occupancy 1Updated: Aug 1, 2020 · By Nick Reese
Parcway is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, which offers quite a few nursing homes. This is a decent facility, with an overall grade of B-. Based on the data we reviewed, there are certainly far worse nursing homes out there. One of the best aspects of this nursing home's report card is its remarkable inspection grade, which you can find in the next section.
Accepts Medicare 1 :
Accepts Medicaid 1 : 148 Beds
For profit - Partnership
Medical Staff Hours Per Patient (2019)
We want to draw your attention to the fact that this facility really outperformed its overall score in the category of inspections. In fact, it received a nearly flawless government inspection report this year. As a result, it received one of our best scores in that area with an A+. Arguably the most important factor we look at in determining our inspection ratings is deficiencies. These deficiencies can be found on a facility's inspection reports. Facilities with higher grades in this category most likely avoided the more severe deficiencies involving health risks or even death. While this facility had a few deficiencies on its report, none of them were major deficiencies based on CMS' scale. The fact that none of the deficiencies were severe made us feel better about this inspection report.
Short-term Care Quality
In addition, we also would like to draw your attention to the fact that this facility was given strong short-term care marks this year. We awarded them one of our better grades in this area, with a B. This proved to be the nursing home's second strongest score. In the category of short-term care, we try to assess measures of a facility's rehabilitation services. We analyze the facility's skilled nursing services, including the ones performed by registered nurses and physical, occupational and other therapists. One of this nursing home's strengths is physical therapy hours. We found that it offers at least 50% more hours with physical therapists to its residents than most other facilities. Lastly, we looked at the percentage of patients that ultimately returned home from this facility. On top of excelling in the area of physical therapy staffing, we found that it performed as well as just about any facility in the country with 59.1 percent of its residents returning home.
Long-term Care Quality
This nursing home's next best category was long-term care. In that category, we gave this facility a grade of C. In determining our long-term care scores, we assess the personal care received by a nursing home's residents. One of the statistics we considered after nurse's aid hours is vaccines. Unfortunately, it does not appear that this facility provided vaccination data. Lastly, this place keeps its residents out of the hospital. In fact, it had only 0 hospitalizations per one thousand long-term resident days, which is an impressively low number.
The last category we scored was nursing, proved to be this facility's worst category. We gave this nursing home a grade of D in this area. This is one of just a few weak points in an otherwise impressive profile. Our nursing rating features numerous subcategories. The most heavily weighted one is the number of hours nurses spent with residents. Quantity of nursing care does not appear to be the problem here. Based on the data, it looks like this nursing home provides an above average 4.8 hours per patient each day. This is more nursing care than most nursing homes provide. Finally, we also looked at some nursing quality-based metrics in computing our nursing ratings. This nursing home 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.
Parcway Quality Metrics
Appropriate Vaccine Usage
This datapoint is a measure of the percentage of long-term patients that received the flu and pneumonia vaccines. Respiratory viruses can be fatal for seniors, making these types of vaccines vital to patient care.
Percent of Patients
Higher is Better
Short-term Care: ER Visits
This indicates the number of times residents are sent to the emergency room per thousand days of short-term patient care.
Percentage of Patients
Lower is Better
Short-term Care: Facilitates Functional Improvement
This datapoint measures the percent of short-term stay residents that saw functional improvements, such as with activities of daily living. Many believe that this is a measure of a nursing home's rehabilitation services.
Percentage of Resident
Higher is Better