Northern Mahaska Specialty Care in Oskaloosa has received a “Deficiency Free” result on its January 2017 annual survey by the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals.
For the seventh year in a row, Crestview Specialty Care received a “Deficiency Free” result on its annual survey in February by the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals. Crestview Specialty Care also continues to retain it’s 5-Star rating as provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Wapello Specialty Care Activity Coordinator Tawana Rowe was awarded Care Initiatives’ “Work as a Team” award at the Care Initiatives annual award brunch Friday, Dec. 16 in West Des Moines.
Tawana joined Wapello Specialty Care as a CNA and medication aide and also trained to work in the dietary department. “Where ever we are short staffed, Tawana will be the first to volunteer to help out,” said Administrator Kristen Paris. “She wears many hats in this facility and is so influential to other co-workers to work together as a team that we are not divided by departments.”
Centerville Specialty Care Director of Nursing Natalie Trinkle received the Care Initiatives “Be Kind and Honest” award at Care Initiatives’ annual award brunch Friday, Dec. 16 in West Des Moines.