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Transitions Healthcare Capitol City in Washington, DC


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Transitions Healthcare Capitol City is a larger-sized nursing home facility in Washington, Washington DC ( The District county )

Pricing, Ratings, their Phone Number, Activities, and Comparisons can be viewed below. Directions, Surveys, and CMS Reviews for Transitions Healthcare Capitol City are also available.

They have 360 beds and 347 residents (which would leave 13 beds available). Transitions Healthcare Capitol City participates in Medicare and Medicaid and are classified as a For profit - Corporation ownership. They offer both family and residential councils. They are not located inside of a hospital. They do not belong to a continuing care community.



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CMS Logo Overall Rating: 2/5 (Full Ratings Below)



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They are located at the following address: 2425 25th Street Se in Washington Washington Dc 20020.
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They can be reached by phone at (202) 889-3600.

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Nursing Home:
Transitions Healthcare Capitol City
Business Name:
Transitions Healthcare Capitol City, Llc
CMS ID:
095022
Street Address:
2425 25TH STREET SE
City:
WASHINGTON
State:
Washington DC
Zip Code:
20020
Phone #:
(202) 889-3600
Sprinklers:
Yes
Participation:
Medicare and Medicaid
Ownership:
For profit - Corporation
In a Hospital:
No
Councils:
Both Family And Residential Councils
Special Focus:
No
Continuing Care:
No

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Quality of care, CMS Ratings, Services, Staffing, and Top-rated Facilities can be viewed below.

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Overall Rating: 2 stars 2 star overall rating

Health Inspection Rating: 1 stars 1 star health inspection rating

Staff Rating: 4 stars 4 star nurse staffing rating

Quality Measures Rating: 5 stars 5 star quality measures rating

Registered Nurses Rating: 4 stars 4 star rn staff rating


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Ratings are out of 5 with 5 being the best and 1 being the worst.

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Medicare and Medicaid participation for Transitions Healthcare Capitol City began on Jun 22, 1989.


Services Provided by Transitions Healthcare Capitol City include:
Blood Admin
Clinical Labs
Dental Care
Dietary
Housekeeping
Mental Health
Nursing
Occupational Therapy
Pharmacy
Physician
Physician Extender
Podiatry
Physical Therapy
Social Work
Speech Pathology
Therapeutic Activities
Therapeutic Qualified Activities
X-rays


Ownership Changes: 1
Last Ownership Change: 09-01-2014
Medicaid ID: 02518307
Financial Year End: 12-31
Medicare Administrative Contractor (MAC): Novitas DC
CMS Regional Office: Philadelphia
Area: Urban
Dually Certified Beds: 360
Multi-Facility Name: Transitions Healthcare Inc.

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According to our latest records from CMS, the average daily amount billed by Transitions Healthcare Capitol City to Medicare is $631.80 per day (compared to a Washington DC average of $930.71) and Medicare reimbursed them an average of $404.39 per day (after any deductible and coinsurance).

It is worth mentioning that Medicare pays for what they deem as 'medically necessary' skilled nursing care. You can learn more Here.

If your stay meets Medicare's requirements they pay 100% for the first 20 days, there is then a copay of $167.50 for days 21-100, and after 100 days (of a single stay) the patient is responsible for all nursing home related costs.

Please note that the pricing above is the average billed to Medicare. Each person and case is unique (Supplemental Insurance Plans, single or double rooms, etc). If you are interested in this facility you should contact Transitions Healthcare Capitol City directly for exact pricing and what options are available for you or your loved one's personal care needs.


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Transitions Healthcare Capitol City provides (per day, per resident) an average of:

Registered Nurse
46.2 minutes
LPN / LVN
17.4 minutes
CNA
141.6 minutes

Total Licensed Nursing Hours (Registered Nurses + Licensed Practical Nurses + Licensed Vocational Nurses) averages 1.06 hours per day per resident (the national average is 1.4 hours).


Additionally, a Physical Therapist (PT) is available an average of 2.22 minutes per day per resident (the national average is 6 minutes).


Additional Staffing can be viewed below. Each number represents a Full-time Equivalent (FTE) Employee of the type listed above it at Transitions Healthcare Capitol City. Read how FTE is defined.

Activities
5.83
Administration
24.17
CNAs
199.71
Dentists
0.46
Dietitians
3.43
Food Service
46.05
Housekeeping
43.13
LPN / LVN
27.78
Medical Director
0.11
Mental Health
1.14
Nurse Admin
4.57
Nursing Director
1.14
Occ. Therapist
5.97
OT Assistant
2.13
Other Staff
54.57
Pharmacist
0.11
Physical Therapist
1.97
Physician Ext.
2.06
Podiatrist
0.11
PT Aide
2.17
PT Assistant
4.46
Qualified Activities
3.43
RNs
56.21
Social Worker
4.57
Speech Pathology
3.9
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Transitions Healthcare Capitol City in WASHINGTON, Washington DC has 360 beds compared to a Washington DC average of 143.00 and a National average of 106.16.

As of the last update they had 347 residents compared to a DC average of 117.16 and a National average of 86.4.

This results in a 96.39% occupancy rate compared to a Washington DC average of 81.93% and a national average of 81.38%.


Transitions Healthcare Capitol City's star ratings compare as follows:

  1. Overall Rating:
    2 stars compared to a DC average of 3.88 and a National average of 3.31.
  2. Health Inspection Rating:
    1 stars compared to a DC average of 2.94 and a National average of 2.78.
  3. Staffing Rating:
    4 stars compared to a DC average of 3.88 and a National average of 2.89.
  4. Quality Measures Rating:
    5 stars compared to a DC average of 4.83 and a National average of 3.95.
  5. RN Only Rating:
    4 stars compared to a DC average of 4.05 and a National average of 3.05.

Averaging the available ratings gives an aggregate star rating of 3.2 for Transitions Healthcare Capitol City versus the DC average of 3.92 and a national average of 3.20.

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Number of Residents:
TRANSITIONS HEALTHCARE CAPITOL CITY 347 vs. DC 117.16 vs. National 88.66
Number of Beds:
TRANSITIONS HEALTHCARE CAPITOL CITY 360 vs. DC 143.00 vs. National 106.41
Aggregate Ratings Comparison:
TRANSITIONS HEALTHCARE CAPITOL CITY 3.2 vs. DC 3.916 vs. National 2.99
CMS Overall Rating:
TRANSITIONS HEALTHCARE CAPITOL CITY 2 vs. DC 3.88 vs. National 3.04

Question Mark Icon Ownership, Operational, and Management for Transitions Healthcare Capitol City
OrganizationRole
2425 25th Street Se LlcOperational/managerial Control
Transitions Healthcare Management LlcOperational/managerial Control
Capital Finance, Llc5% Or Greater Security Interest
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