DAYTON, OH (December 20, 2019) – Spring Hills Singing Woods Assisted Living is proud to announce that they earned the industry-respected designation of “deficiency free” when they were found to be in 100 percent compliance with state requirements from the Ohio Department of Health (ODH). The state conducts this survey annually and scores senior care facilities based on several criteria to assess resident care and resident safety. The criteria include policies and procedures, resident care, quality of care and quality of life, medication administrative, staff competencies, equipment safety, and much more.
The Ohio Assisted Living Association (OALA), which represents the largest number of residential care facilities in the state, further recognized the achievement of Spring Hills Singing Woods for promoting excellence in senior care options. Jean B. Thompson, Executive Director OALA, has awarded Spring Hills Singing Woods a certificate of commendation and said, “Every year we survey nursing homes around the state of Ohio to provide families with a list of facilities they can trust. It is not easy to receive a deficiency free rating. The facilities honored with this achievement work hard and have true concerns for their residents every day. Spring Hills Singing Woods continues to provide the best care and should be proud of their accomplishment.”
Deirdre Middlestetter, Executive Director of Spring Hills Singing Woods, commented on the dedication it takes to be “deficiency free”, “Our staff works tirelessly to provide the best care to our residents. We are honored to receive this designation. It shows that our hard work does not go unnoticed. I want to thank the Team at Singing Woods; without them this would not be possible.” Alexander Markowits, President/CEO of Spring Hills Senior Communities, offered his congratulations to the Spring Hills Hunter’s Creek community, “To earn the deficiency free status is a team undertaking. It means that everyone in the community truly works to fulfill the Spring Hills Senior Communities approach, Caring with a Commitment to Quality.”
Spring Hills Singing Woods provides premier assisted living and memory care with the finest amenities in the Dayton area and is located at 140 E. Woodbury Drive, Dayton, OH 45415. For additional information visit www.springhillssingingwoods.com or call 937-356-3566.
About The Ohio Assisted Living Association (OALA):
The Association formed in 1993, to ensure assisted living its own voice, is governed by a Board of Trustees and supported by member dues and activities. The membership is diverse encompassing all the models of assisted living in Ohio, from small to large, free standing to part of a continuing care campus, individually owned to corporately owned and/or religiously affiliated, all united by a commitment and belief in assisted living.
About Spring Hills Senior Communities & Memory Care Communities:
All Spring Hills Senior Communities, Home Care Services, Assisted Living Communities, Poet’s Walk Memory Care Communities and Atrium Health & Senior Living Communities offer a distinctive and innovative approach to home care services, assisted living, and Alzheimer’s care as led by Alexander Markowits, President/CEO. Signature Touches is the company’s holistic approach to offering individualized care and services that are designed to meet the needs and preferences of residents and clients. Personal choice is top priority in one of the company’s Spring Hills assisted living communities or in client’s homes with Spring Hills home care services located in NJ, VA, OH, FL, TX and NV, or in one of the company’s Poet’s Walk memory care communities located in in TX, VA, NV and FL. For more information about their Caring with a Commitment to Quality dedication to senior living, visit www.spring-hills.com or www.poetswalk-springhills.com.