San Francisco Post Acute
5767 Mission Street, San Francisco CA 94112 · (415) 584-3294 · 94.15% estimated occupancy 1Updated: Jan 10, 2019 · By Sara Levinsohn
San Francisco Post Acute is a small facility located in San Francisco, California. We awarded this nursing home an overall grade of C. A grade of this caliber requires some solid marks. Based on all of the relevant data, there are certainly much worse nursing homes out there. You also may want to review this facility's category grades below. We discuss long-term care in the next paragraph.
Accepts Medicare 1 :
Accepts Medicaid 1 : 53 Beds
For profit - Limited Liability company
Long-term Care Quality
This nursing home performed well in the area of long-term care, with an A- in this area. This really propped up its overall score quite a bit. For patients seeking a permanent residence rather than rehabilitation, long-term care is an important category. Once we looked at the amount of care provided by nurses and other staff, we next considered the nursing home's vaccination records. Unfortunately, it doesn't appear that this nursing home submitted vaccination data. Clearly, this facility is doing something right in this area as it was able to keep its patients out of the hospital. In fact, it had less than one hospitalization per one thousand long-term resident days, which is a remarkably low figure.
Short-term Care Quality
This facility's next highest category is its short-term care grade, where it was awarded a C. Our short-term care grade is often used to measure a facility's performance with rehabilitation. In order to provide quality rehabilitation services, facilities generally must feature better levels of highly skilled nursing. These types of services include registered nurses, physical therapists, speech therapists and other licensed professionals. 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 considered the percentage of residents who were able to return to the community from this facility. We found that 0 percent of this facility's patients returned home. At most facilities, closer to half of their patients are able to return home so this is below average.
This nursing home also received a decent inspection grade. In that area, we gave this facility a grade of C. We take several aspects of a facility's inspection report into consideration in computing our inspection grades. One critical factor is deficiencies. It should be noted that the severity of these deficiencies is usually more meaningful than the quantity of deficiencies, as some of these can be relatively minor. This place was hit with 2 deficiencies on its inspection report, but we were relieved to find that none were in any of the categories labeled G through L. This tells you that CMS did not consider any of the deficiencies to present an imminent danger to patient health or safety. Finally, this facility had no substantiated complaints this year from residents, which is an excellent sign.
The last category we analyzed is nursing, which is this nursing home's worst category. We awarded this nursing home a D in that category. When calculating a facility's nursing grade, we assess the amount of time nurses are seeing patients as well as the level of licensure of those nurses. This nursing home provides 3.8 hours of nursing care per resident per day, which is slightly below the national average. Finally, we also looked at some nursing quality measures in calculating our nursing grades. This facility performed well in terms of avoiding major falls and pressure ulcers. We consider these data points to be good measures of the quality of nursing care.
Overall Rating Over Time
Compared to national and state averages across all facilities.