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Clairmont Longview

MapQuest Map 3201 N Fourth St
Longview, 75605
Gregg County
Phone:(903) 236-4291

Ownership Information: (definition)
Owner: Hopkins County Hospital District   (show controlling party structure)
Owner Type: Hospital District/authority
Multi-facility Chain: Yes

Resident Rights and Responsibilities:
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Facility Description:
Total Bed Count: 198 (definition)
Accepts Medicare: Yes (definition)
Accepts Medicaid: Yes (definition)

Special Services:
Resident Council
Family Council

Overall Rating: 69 (definition)
From a maximum possible overall score of 100, the Texas statewide average for nursing facilities that accept Medicaid and Medicare is 57. The actual range for nursing facilities that accept Medicaid and Medicare is 13 to 100.

Complaints:
The table below summarizes substantiated complaints, which are those that inspectors found to be valid. The first row shows data about this facility, and the statewide average is shown in the second row for comparison.
2012 2013 2014
Facility 4 7 2
Texas Average 1 1 1

Potential Advantages and Disadvantages:
Nursing homes are measured on different outcomes related to quality of care. These outcomes may be indicators of the quality of care provided by nursing homes. Potential advantages are noted for homes that have better outcomes than most other Texas nursing homes on an item. Potential disadvantages are noted for homes that have worse outcomes than other Texas nursing homes on an item. It is important to remember that advantages and disadvantages in this case are only potential. The measures may be affected by factors other than quality of care, like the condition of the individual living in the home.

Most Advantages PAS - Potential Advantages Score (definition)
Clairmont Longview had more potential advantages than 85.597% of the nursing homes in Texas.

Clairmont Longview has the following potential advantages:

  • Long stay residents at this facility are less likely to experience one or more falls with major injury.
  • Short stay residents at this facility are more likely to be appropriately assessed and given the seasonal influenza vaccine.
  • Short stay residents at this facility are more likely to be appropriately assessed and given the pneumococcal vaccine.
  • More Disadvantages PDS - Potential Disadvantages Score (definition)
    Clairmont Longview had more potential disadvantages than 66.543% of the nursing homes in Texas.

    Clairmont Longview has the following potential disadvantages:

  • Long stay residents at this facility are more likely to lose weight.
  • Long stay residents at this facility are more likely to have depressive symptoms.
  • Investigations and Inspections:
    Complaints and incidents may be investigated during inspections conducted for the sole purpose of investigation. It is also possible for complaint and incident investigations to occur during an annual comprehensive inspection. The Investigations rating reflects only those inspections that were conducted at the facility for the sole purpose of investigation. The Inspection rating reflects only the comprehensive inspection.

    Total Compliance Nursing Facility Investigations (definition)
    During inspections conducted for the sole purpose of investigating complaints and incidents in the past six months, there were no deficiencies cited regarding federal standards.
    No violations of state standards were cited.

    Out of compliance/No harm or jeopardy Nursing Facility Inspections (definition)
    Health
    (federal)
    Health
    (state)
    Life Safety
    (federal)
    Life Safety
    (state)
    Facility 13 13 5 8
    Texas Average 7 8 4 6
    The most recent comprehensive inspection of Clairmont Longview occurred on 11/13/2014. Clairmont Longview had 18 deficiencies cited regarding federal standards.
    Citation Detail Link Date Corrected Federal Deficiency Cited Residents
    Affected
    Severity of Deficiency
    Least=1 ... 4=Most
    Health
    11/13/2014 The facility did not keep safe, clean and homelike surroundings.    Some Minimal Harm or Potential for Actual Harm
    Level 2
    11/13/2014 The facility did not give professional services that follow each resident's written care plan.    Some Minimal Harm or Potential for Actual Harm
    Level 2
    11/13/2014 The facility did not make sure that residents who cannot care for themselves receive help with eating/drinking, grooming and hygiene.    Some Minimal Harm or Potential for Actual Harm
    Level 2
    11/13/2014 The facility did not give proper treatment to residents with feeding tubes to prevent problems (such as aspiration pneumonia, diarrhea, vomiting, dehydration, metabolic abnormalities, nasal-pharyngeal ulcers) and help restore eating skills, if possible.    Some Minimal Harm or Potential for Actual Harm
    Level 2
    11/13/2014 The facility did not make sure that the nursing home area is free of dangers that cause accidents.    Some Minimal Harm or Potential for Actual Harm
    Level 2
    11/13/2014 The facility did not make sure that residents are well nourished.    Some Minimal Harm or Potential for Actual Harm
    Level 2
    11/13/2014 The facility did not prepare food that is nutritional, appetizing, tasty, attractive, well cooked, and at the right temperature.    Many Minimal Harm or Potential for Actual Harm
    Level 2
    11/13/2014 The facility did not provide food in a way that meets a resident's needs.    Some Minimal Harm or Potential for Actual Harm
    Level 2
    11/13/2014 The facility did not 1) provide 3 meals daily at regular times; or 2) serve breakfast within 14 hours after dinner; or 3) offer a snack at bedtime each day.    Many Minimal Harm or Potential for Actual Harm
    Level 2
    11/13/2014 The facility did not get food from approved places and store, cook, and give out food in a safe and clean way.    Many Minimal Harm or Potential for Actual Harm
    Level 2
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to obtain and provide drugs as needed or use the services of a licensed pharmacist.    Many Minimal Harm or Potential for Actual Harm
    Level 2
    11/13/2014 The facility did not have a program to keep infection from spreading.    Some Minimal Harm or Potential for Actual Harm
    Level 2
    11/13/2014 The facility did not 1) review the work of each nurse aide every year; or 2) give regular training for the nurse aides.    Many Minimal Harm or Potential for Actual Harm
    Level 2
    Life Safety
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to ensure that doors protecting corridor openings are substantial doors that will resist fire for at least 20 minutes.    Few Minimal Harm or Potential for Actual Harm
    Level 2
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to ensure that an automatic sprinkler system of a standard approved type is provided to give complete coverage for all portions of the facility.    Many Potential for Minimal Harm
    Level 1
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to ensure that the required sprinkler systems are continuously maintained in reliable operating condition and are inspected and tested periodically.    Many Minimal Harm or Potential for Actual Harm
    Level 2
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to provide and/or maintain portable fire extinguishers in order to meet requirements.    Many Minimal Harm or Potential for Actual Harm
    Level 2
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to provide commercial cooking equipment that meets the requirements of the National Fire Protection Association.    Many Minimal Harm or Potential for Actual Harm
    Level 2
    In addition, 21 violations of state standards were cited. Some of these violations may reflect deficiencies already stated as deficiencies.
    Date Corrected Violation Cited
    Health
    11/13/2014 The facility did not keep safe, clean and homelike surroundings.
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to provide quality services according to each resident's written care plan.
    11/13/2014 The facility did not make sure that residents who cannot care for themselves receive help with eating/drinking, grooming and hygiene.
    11/13/2014 The facility did not give proper treatment to residents with feeding tubes to prevent problems (such as aspiration pneumonia, diarrhea, vomiting, dehydration, metabolic abnormalities, nasal-pharyngeal ulcers) and help restore eating skills, if possible.
    11/13/2014 The facility did not make sure each resident is being watched and has assistance devices, when needed, to prevent accidents.
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to have menus that meet the nutritional needs of the residents.
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to give each resident enough food that is edible and properly prepared.
    11/13/2014 The facility did not provide food in a way that meets a resident's needs.
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to provide each resident at least three meals a day.
    11/13/2014 The facility did not provide drugs and related services needed by each resident.
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to establish and maintain an infection control program.
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to provide its employees required information on HIV as part of orientation and every year.
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to provide its nursing staff in-service training suitable for their job responsibilities every year.
    Life Safety
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to meet the Health Care Occupancies requirements of the Life Safety Code.
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to keep a well-maintained and safe environment.
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to meet requirements for fire alarms, detection systems, and sprinkler systems.
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to meet the requirements for portable fire extinguishers.
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to maintain proper temperature for residents in all resident-use areas.
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to maintain the sprinkler system components in compliance with the requirements of the NFPA code.
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to inspect individual sprinkler heads and maintain them in compliance with the requirements of the NFPA code.
    11/13/2014 The facility failed to test every required battery emergency lighting system every 30 days for 1/2 hour. failed to keep the hood, exhaust ducts, and filters clean and free of accumulated grease.

    Provider History:
    The following history shows any recent changes in facility ownership and also provides information on past regulatory compliance.
    Events
    Date Event Explanation
    07/18/2014 Change of Ownership DADS approved a change of ownership from CLAIRMONT LONGVIEW LLC to HOPKINS COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT.
    12/27/2008 Change of Ownership There was a change in the ownership hierarchy that did not change the primary owner of the facility.
    12/27/2005 Change of Ownership There was a change in the ownership hierarchy that did not change the primary owner of the facility.
    08/15/2003 Change of Ownership DADS approved a change of ownership from SUMMIT CARE TEXAS LP to CLAIRMONT LONGVIEW LP.
    Regulatory Compliance History
    Date Compliance Summary
    11/13/2014 On one or more inspections from 01/01/2012 to 11/13/2014, this facility was found to be out of compliance with regulations. There were no deficiencies that caused residents actual harm or immediate jeopardy.
    09/25/2013 On one or more inspections from 01/01/2012 to 09/25/2013, this facility was found to be out of compliance with regulations. There were no deficiencies that caused residents actual harm or immediate jeopardy.
    07/12/2012 On one or more inspections from 01/01/2012 to 07/12/2012, this facility was found to be out of compliance with regulations. There were no deficiencies that caused residents actual harm or immediate jeopardy.
    08/03/2011 On one or more inspections from 01/01/2011 to 08/03/2011, this facility was found to be out of compliance with regulations. There were no deficiencies that caused residents actual harm or immediate jeopardy.
    07/28/2010 On one or more inspections from 01/01/2010 to 07/28/2010, this facility was found to be providing substandard quality of care.
    08/19/2009 On one or more inspections from 01/01/2009 to 08/19/2009, this facility was found to be out of compliance with regulations. There were no deficiencies that caused residents actual harm or immediate jeopardy.
    12/30/2008 On one or more inspections from 01/01/2008 to 12/30/2008, this facility was found to be providing substandard quality of care.
    12/12/2007 On one or more inspections from 01/01/2007 to 12/12/2007, this facility was found to be providing substandard quality of care.
    10/16/2006 On one or more inspections from 01/01/2006 to 10/16/2006, this facility was found to be out of compliance with regulations. There were some deficiencies that caused residents actual harm or immediate jeopardy.
    11/17/2005 On one or more inspections from 01/01/2005 to 11/17/2005, this facility was found to be out of compliance with regulations. There were some deficiencies that caused residents actual harm or immediate jeopardy.
    10/20/2004 On one or more inspections from 01/01/2004 to 10/20/2004, this facility was found to be out of compliance with regulations. There were some deficiencies that caused residents actual harm or immediate jeopardy.
    07/23/2003 On one or more inspections from 01/01/2003 to 07/23/2003, this facility was found to be out of compliance with regulations. There were no deficiencies that caused residents actual harm or immediate jeopardy.
    10/31/2002 On one or more inspections from 01/01/2002 to 10/31/2002, this facility was found to be out of compliance with regulations. There were some deficiencies that caused residents actual harm or immediate jeopardy.
    08/29/2001 On one or more inspections from 01/01/2001 to 08/29/2001, this facility was found to be out of compliance with regulations. There were some deficiencies that caused residents actual harm or immediate jeopardy.
    11/22/2000 On one or more inspections from 01/01/2000 to 11/22/2000, this facility was found to be out of compliance with regulations. There were some deficiencies that caused residents actual harm or immediate jeopardy.
    12/31/1999 There is no inspection data for the interval 01/01/1999 to 12/31/1999.
    12/31/1998 There is no inspection data for the interval 01/01/1998 to 12/31/1998.
    12/31/1997 There is no inspection data for the interval 07/01/1997 to 12/31/1997.
    Information about staffing levels and federal quality measures for this facility can be viewed by following this link to the national Nursing Home Compare web site.


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    Last Update 12/15/2014