November 7, 2018— Fort Valley, GA. The Church Home LifeSpring community received recognition in The U.S. News which published its overall ratings to eligible nursing homes from High Performing to Poor. Church Home LifeSpring received a Better than Average rating. The rating evaluates the care of a wide range of conditions at a facility, including both long-term chronic care and shorter-term rehabilitation. The data used to evaluate these facilities come from the federal Nursing Home Compare program.
The U.S. News recognition is a validation of the efforts of every single team member who strive daily to provide a high level of person-centered care,” said Glenn Smith, Chief Operating Officer of Church Home LifeSpring. “Our team members are deeply honored for this recognition as it all goes in line with our core values that we try to live out each day as members of the Church Home LifeSpring family. To know we are providing the absolute best care that our residents deserve and being recognized nationally in U.S. News for the commitment.”
Church Home LifeSpring person-centered care and quality initiative is focused to provide ongoing improvement to quality of care. Our highly trained team includes physicians, nurses, nutritionist and therapists across a range of disciplines – physical, occupational, respiratory and speech. Our support services staff are committed and exhibit a dedication to patients and residents to provide the best care experience.
About Church Home/LifeSpring
Church Home LifeSpring delivers specialized long-term care and short-term recovery services for seniors throughout middle Georgia. Our dedicated and trained staff is committed to providing the highest level of quality care with outstanding service and compassion
Over 55 years of senior care has been provided since the members of Christ Sanctified Holy Church opened the original Church Home for the Aged. In 2014 the LifeSpring rehabilitation center opened to provide state-of-the-art services for those needing short-term support following surgery or a medical event.
Church Home LifeSpring strives to provide a level of quality care with outstanding service and compassion and is among the most highly ranked facilities in Houston County earning quality ratings of “5 Stars” for “Quality Measures” and “Overall Rating” from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). View our ratings
Glenn B. Smith, Chief Operating Officer
Church Home Rehabilitation & Healthcare LLC
(478) 987-1239 office