Coosa Valley Nursing Facility is a medicare and medicaid certified nursing home in Sylacauga, Alabama. It is located in Talladega county at 315 West Hickory Street, Sylacauga, Alabama 35150. You can reach out to the office of Coosa Valley Nursing Facility via phone at (256) 249-5604. This skilled nursing facility has 85 federally certified beds with average occupancy rate of 96.47%. Its legal business name is The Sylacauga Health Care Authority and has the following ownership type - Non Profit - Other.
Coosa Valley Nursing Facility is certified by CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) and participates in both medicare and medicaid program. This means if you are part of medicare or medicaid program, you may consider this nursing facility for your medical needs. It was first certified by CMS in 1967 (50 years certified) and the last quality survey was conducted in May, 2016.
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SYLACAUGA HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY
Doing Business As
COOSA VALLEY NURSING HOME
315 W Hickory St, Sylacauga, AL 35150
Nursing homes vary in the quality of care and services they provide to their residents. The below quality ratings for Coosa Valley Nursing Facility are calculated from three sources - health inspection results, staffing data, and quality measure data. This information gives you an indication of the care Coosa Valley Nursing Facility give to their patients.
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A nursing home (also called skilled nursing facility) is a facility or distinct part of an institution whose primary function is to provide medical, continuous nursing, and other health and social services to patients who are not in an acute phase of illness requiring services in a hospital, but who require primary restorative or skilled nursing services on an inpatient basis above the level of intermediate or custodial care in order to reach a degree of body functioning to permit self care in essential daily living.
A skilled nursing facility (SNF) may be a freestanding facility or part of a hospital that has been certified by Medicare to admit patients requiring subacute care and rehabilitation.
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