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Scott County Nursing Center

Government - County  ·  Rural Route 2, Winchester, IL 62694  ·  See home’s Medicare page

3.78
Nurse hours/resident/day
Reported total nurse staffing hours per resident per day.
State Average: 3.4
51.3%
Nurse turnover
The percentage of nursing staff who stopped working at the home over a 12-month period.
State Average: 51.9%
49
Certified beds
Qualifying beds in the certified provider or supplier facility.
28
Average residents/day
Average number of residents based on daily census.
Direct owners are the layer of ownership closest to the nursing home while indirect owners have a stake in the nursing home but are further removed, like a company that owns the direct owner of a home. All owners listed below are people or companies who have at least a 5% stake in the nursing home. Entities with “managerial control” are those who conduct the day-to-day operations of the nursing home.
Direct owners
No direct owner information
Indirect owners
No indirect owner information
Managerial control
Scott County Nursing Center since Apr, 2012
Managing employee(s)
Debra O'dell since Apr, 2012

Inspection Reports

8

total deficiencies

2

infection-related deficiencies

This home violated federal standards protecting residents from the spread of infections.

Inspection reports document deficiencies, which are nursing homes’ failures to meet care requirements. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services releases the last three standard inspection reports, as well as the last 36 months of complaint and infection-control reports.
Jan 25, 2024
Standard report
2 deficiencies
(1 infection)

This report includes a citation for violating federal standards protecting residents from the spread of infections.

D

to G
G

Quality of Life and Care Deficiency — F0684
Failure to: Provide appropriate treatment and care according to orders, resident's preferences and goals.
Severity
Actual harm that is not immediate jeopardy
Scope
Few people affected
Seriousness
G

Infection Control Deficiency — F0880
Failure to: Provide and implement an infection prevention and control program.
Severity
No actual harm, with a potential for more than minimal harm
Scope
Few people affected
Seriousness
D

Feb 27, 2023
Standard report
4 deficiencies
(1 infection)

This report includes a citation for violating federal standards protecting residents from the spread of infections.

D

to F
F

Nursing and Physician Services Deficiency — F0727
Failure to: Have a registered nurse on duty 8 hours a day; and select a registered nurse to be the director of nurses on a full time basis.
Severity
No actual harm, with a potential for more than minimal harm
Scope
Many people affected
Seriousness
F

Nutrition and Dietary Deficiency — F0812
Failure to: Procure food from sources approved or considered satisfactory and store, prepare, distribute and serve food in accordance with professional standards.
Severity
No actual harm, with a potential for more than minimal harm
Scope
Many people affected
Seriousness
F

Infection Control Deficiency — F0880
Failure to: Provide and implement an infection prevention and control program.
Severity
No actual harm, with a potential for more than minimal harm
Scope
Many people affected
Seriousness
F

Quality of Life and Care Deficiency — F0690
Failure to: Provide appropriate care for residents who are continent or incontinent of bowel/bladder, appropriate catheter care, and appropriate care to prevent urinary tract infections.
Severity
No actual harm, with a potential for more than minimal harm
Scope
Few people affected
Seriousness
D

Jan 20, 2022
Standard report
2 deficiencies
D

Freedom from Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation Deficiency — F0604
Failure to: Ensure that each resident is free from the use of physical restraints, unless needed for medical treatment.
Severity
No actual harm, with a potential for more than minimal harm
Scope
Few people affected
Seriousness
D

Quality of Life and Care Deficiency — F0689
Failure to: Ensure that a nursing home area is free from accident hazards and provides adequate supervision to prevent accidents.
Severity
No actual harm, with a potential for more than minimal harm
Scope
Few people affected
Seriousness
D

Penalties

$4,565

total fines

A nursing home receives a penalty, either a fine or payment suspensions, when it has a serious health citation or fails to fix a citation. Fines may be imposed once per citation or regularly until the nursing home corrects the citation. Fines not associated with inspection reports can include fines for not reporting COVID-19 data or not complying with infection-control requirements. Payment suspensions are when the government stops payments to the nursing home until an issue is fixed. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services releases the last three years of penalty information.
Jan 3, 2022
No corresponding inspection report.
Dec 6, 2021
No corresponding inspection report.
Nov 29, 2021
$975 fine
No corresponding inspection report.
Aug 23, 2021
$655 fine
No corresponding inspection report.