Last March, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. For many of us, life as we knew it was largely put on hold. What we thought might resolve in six weeks turned into months and forced us to adapt to a new way of living and operating.
Bridgemoor Transitional Care in Webster earns five stars from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
CEDAR PARK, Texas—Bridgemoor Transitional Care in Webster received a Five-Star Quality Rating by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). The Five-Star Quality Rating System is used to help patients, their families and caregivers compare skilled nursing facilities based on performance in three key areas including health inspections, staffing and quality of care.
Every year, for a single day, the nation comes together to honor women on National Wear Red Day; a day dedicated to raising awareness for women’s heart health. This year, on Feb. 5, members of our dedicated care teams joined the initiative to Go Red for Women by donning red masks in support of raising awareness for heart disease.
Bridgemoor Transitional Care and Bridgemoor Assisted Living have opted into a federal program that will allow our patients and residents to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, free of charge.
Robert Marez, Bridgemoor Transitional Care’s director of performance improvement, spoke at Netsmart’s CONNECTIONS user conference about using data to support patient care. During the conference, Robert discussed how Bridgemoor integrates technology into the clinical setting to improve performance and outcomes.
Bridgemoor Transitional Care is proud to announce Heather Hill as the new chief nursing officer (CNO) of the organization’s Round Rock facility. Hill assumed her role on Sept. 23. As CNO, she manages clinical oversight to ensure high-quality care and optimal outcomes for patients.