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Good Samaritan Society Northwest Kansas Home Care in St Francis KS

Home Health Agencies Kansas ST FRANCIS


Good Samaritan Society Northwest Kansas Home Care provides home care for residents in St Francis, Kansas. Services they offer include: Physical therapy, Nursing care, Occupational therapy, Speech-language services, Home Health Aide. They received their Medicare certification on Nov 06, 2001.
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CMS HHA Compare Rating
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has rated GOOD SAMARITAN SOCIETY NORTHWEST KANSAS HOME CARE as a 4.5 out of 5 for quality of patient care. For reference, the average national rating is a 3.27


Ownership & Certification
Date of Medicare Certification: Nov 06, 2001
Type of Ownership: Non - Profit Religious


Contact and Address

Good Samaritan Society Northwest Kansas Home Care
217 EAST HIGHWAY 36
ST FRANCIS, KS 67756

Phone Number: (785) 332-3588



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Inspection Magnifying Glass Icon Patient Health Outcomes

The following list displays the health outcomes for patients of GOOD SAMARITAN SOCIETY NORTHWEST KANSAS HOME CARE
To make how this works simple we provide the following example: 'Care Began in a Timely Manner: 89%' would mean that for 89% of patients their care began in what was deemed an appropriate amount of time.


Preventing Harm

Care Began in a Timely Manner: 99.5%


Patients were taught about their prescription drugs 100%


Patients got better at taking their prescriptions: 70.5%


Patient was checked for their risk of falling: 100%


Patients were checked for depression: 99.2%


Home health team made sure their patient was up-to-date on their flu shot: 80.7%


Home health team made sure their patient was up-to-date on their pneumonia shot: 92.5%


For patients with diabetes - how often foot care was taught: 100%


Daily Activities

Got better at walking or moving: 74.5%


Improved getting in and out of bed: 67.5%


Got better at bathing: 84.7%


Managing Pain and Symptoms

Patients reported less pain when moving around: 77.9%


Patients reported improved breathing: 97.2%


Patients' wounds improved after operation: 95%


Preventing Unplanned Hospital Care

How often patients were admitted to the hospital: 15.5%


How often patients received unplanned urgent or ER care: 12.9%


How often patients who had a recent hospital stay were readmitted: Same As Expected


How often patients received ER care without being readmitted: Same As Expected