CSP’s Robison Receives Top 10 Rating and breaks ground for even better senior living

PHOTO: Past, current and future presidents of Cedar Sinai Park break ground for new senior housing.

Robison Jewish Health Center received the highest possible overall rating of five stars in U.S. News & World Report’s fifth annual Best Nursing Homes, the day before the senior campus it sits on broke ground for a new, even better senior living home.

Robison, which is part of the Cedar Sinai Park campus in Southwest Portland, is ranked as #7 in the July 14 report. The report is available at http://www.usnews.com/best-nursing-homes. The Best Nursing Homes 2015 ratings highlight the top nursing homes in each city and state, out of nearly 16,000 facilities nationwide. U.S. News’s goal is to help users find a home with a strong track record of good care.

On July 15, CSP broke ground on The Harold Schnitzer Health & Rehabilitation Care Center, a $33 million construction project focused on renovation of the Robison Jewish Health Center and its transformation into a 44-bed post-acute rehabilitation center. The project includes the construction of two additional buildings with four homes in The Green House model – providing 12 beds each (48 total) for an improved model of long-term care. Both the long-term care household and rehabilitation facility will feature all private rooms and bathrooms.

The capital campaign for the project is now at more than 94% of the fundraising goal. To contribute, visit dignitybydesign.mydagsite.com.

Best Nursing Homes draws on data from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, a federal agency that assesses homes in three categories – health inspections, level of nurse staffing, and quality of care – and gives each an overall rating.

U.S. News awarded the “Best Nursing Home” designation to homes that earned an overall rating of five stars from CMS in January 2015.

At Robison, you’ll find a full range of support services including physical therapy to assist in recovery from an injury or surgery, high quality nursing care and memory support services. More importantly, this care is delivered with kindness, respect and understanding by supportive, professional caregivers.

Cedar Sinai Park provides residential and community-based care to elders and adults with special needs, allowing them to live with comfort, independence and dignity in a manner and in an environment based on Jewish values.

While Robison is already an exceptional place, the new facility will provide even better optons for the community’s elders. The groundbreaking on July 15 included remarks from CSP and community leaders.

CSP is committed to helping people stay at home as long as possible or maintain lower levels of care and is moving forward with this project in response to community needs for post-hospital sub-acute care rehabilitation services to facilitate returning home after a medical event such as a hip replacement or surgery.

Four new homes will be part of the Harold Schnitzer Health & Rehabilitation Care Center, focused on providing state-of-the-art long-term care in the model of Green House  Homes across the country. These homes will emphasize quality-of-life; person-directed care which results in improved healthcare outcomes for residents who can no longer remain at home due to conditions such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and Multiple Sclerosis.

“We are pleased to see this dynamic construction project begin. It is important to Cedar Sinai Park and the entire community that we develop a 21st century service capacity that is both beautiful and able to meet changing healthcare demands,” said Jim Winkler, Capital Campaign Chair.

“Cedar Sinai Park is proud to be working with LRS Architects and R&H Construction on this project” according to David Fuks, CSP Chief Executive Officer. “These two firms represent the highest quality teams and we are glad to be teaming with them on this very important work.”

The Green House Project is a radically new, national model for skilled-nursing care that returns control, dignity and a sense of well-being to elders, their families and direct care staff. In the Green House model, residents receive care in small, self-contained homes organized to deliver individualized care, meaningful relationships and better direct care jobs through a self-managed team of direct care staff working in cross-trained roles. Green House homes meet all state and federal regulatory and reimbursement criteria for skilled-nursing facilities. http://thegreenhouseproject.org/

For more information on the new project, see our story announcing the groundbreaking at:

CSP to Break Ground on $33 Million Construction Project





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