Life Care Center of Raynham, Massachusetts, achieved a deficiency-free federal survey in January 2018.
To pass the survey, nursing facilities must meet hundreds of criteria. The survey focuses on a wide variety of care areas in the facility, including nursing care, patients’ rights, safety, food services, administration and the physical condition of the building....
Lou Berry, a resident at Life Care Center of Raynham, Massachusetts, knows what it means to give back to his community.
Prior to his residency, Berry hosted an annual Christmas party for local children, offering them gifts, goodies and pictures with Santa Claus.
Susan Mullin, assistant director of nursing, was inspired by Berry’s story and the two began to brainstorm a way to carry on his legacy of generosity during the holiday season.
Life Care Center of Raynham, Massachusetts, honored local veterans with brunch and a flag retirement ceremony on Nov. 11, 2015.
Preparation began weeks in advance, and Jim Davis, Air Force retiree and maintenance director, was at the forefront of the planning process. Because of his familiarity with military protocol, he was designated as the emcee.