Manorcare of Arlington Heights
Manorcare of Arlington Heights, 715 West Central Road, Arlington Heights, IL 60005
Manorcare of Arlington Heights has 151 certified beds that participates in both Medicare and Medicaid. The facility is located in Arlington Heights, Illinois which is a northwestern suburb to the City of Chicago, approximately 27.5 miles from the center of the city limits of Chicago. Manorcare of Arlington Heights is not within a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC). The great advantage for residents within this type of facility is that residents are allowed to move from one level of care to another based on their particular needs while still remaining in this nursing home. In that way a resident can live in an independent environment, but if medical conditions require, could transition into the intermediate care section where medical and nursing care is much more available. Sometimes this sector is referred to as assisted living.
It has a resident council only. Resident and family councils can facilitate open communications with the facility’s staff. The law requires nursing homes to allow councils to be set up by residents or their families. Importantly, if a nursing home does not have a resident or a family council, the resident or a family member should ask the nursing home administrator why that is the case. Where there is a resident or family council, the resident is encouraged to speak with the council president to get a sense of how the nursing home has performed on issues raised in the past. Manorcare of Arlington Heights is rated much above average rated five stars out of five stars. The ownership of Manorcare of Arlington Heights is a for profit corporation under the legal business name of Manorcare Health Services, LLC.
The Illinois Department of Health and Human Services regularly inspects Illinois nursing homes on average every 18 months. There is no report of a health inspection for Manorcare of Arlington Heights. The health inspection rating however, is above average for the facility.
The overall rating on staffing is much above average receiving four out of five stars in this category. The total number of licensed nurse staff hours per resident per day at Manorcare of Arlington Heights is 2 hours and 11 minutes compared to 1 hour and 33 minutes for the Illinois average and 1 hour and 41 minutes for the national average. The total number of registered nurse hours per resident per day at the facility is 1 hour and 56 minutes considerably higher than the Illinois and national averages, which are 56 minutes and 50 minutes, respectively. The physical therapy staff hours per resident per day at Manorcare of Arlington Heights is 17 minutes which again is considerably higher than both the Illinois and national averages which both stand at 6 minutes each. The registered nurse staffing rating at Manorcare of Arlington Heights is much above average.
70.5% of Manorcare of Arlington Heights’ short-stay residents showed improvement on their ability to move around on their own compared to 63.4% for the Illinois and 63.7% for the national average. 18.6% of Manorcare of Arlington Heights’s short-stay residents were re-hospitalized after a nursing home admission. The Illinois average in this category is 22.5% and the national average is 21.1%. 10.9% of the facility’s short-stay residents had an outpatient emergency department visit compared to 12.1% for the Illinois average and 11.9% for the national average.
1.1% of Manorcare of Arlington Heights’s long-stay residents experienced one or more falls with major injury. The Illinois and national averages were both 3.4% in this category. 4.8% of Manorcare of Arlington Heights’s long-stay high-risk residents developed pressure ulcers as a resident compared to 5.8% being the Illinois average and the national average being 5.6%. 97.9% of the facility’s long-stay residents received their needed flu shot for the current flu season. This percentage was even higher than the Illinois average of 92.8% and 94.7% for the national average.
Manorcare of Arlington Heights did not receive any nursing home fines in the last 3 years. It was noted that there was neither a federal fine nor an Illinois state fine during that 3-year period.