Willow Springs Care and Rehabilitation

Willow Springs Care and Rehabilitation

Overview

Willow Springs Care and Rehabilitation is located in Yakima, WA, part of Yakima County.

According to United States census data, the city has a population of 96,578. 15% of residents are 65 years or older, 1.5% less than the U.S. population.

Three neighboring cities, towns, and the like are West Valley, Ahtanum, and Summitview.

Our network provides data for 18 senior living communities in Yakima, WA with this community.

About the Community

A for-profit corporation, Willow Springs Care and Rehabilitation accepts Medicare and Medicaid. The facility contains 75 beds with an average occupancy rate of 77.3%.

Resident council is available. Willow Springs Care and Rehabilitation is not a continuing care retirement community.

The most recent standard fire safety inspection saw automatic sprinklers in all required areas.

Quality Measures and Vaccination Rates

Willow Springs Care and Rehabilitation reports the below data to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). The Retirement Being team compares each datum to the nation’s and Washington’s averages.

Long-Stay Quality Measures

Anti-Anxiety Medication

A

9.5% of residents received anti-anxiety or hypnotic medication, 10% less than the nation and 2.8% less than the state.

Antipsychotic Medication

C

12.6% of residents received antipsychotic medication, 1.9% less than the nation and 1.2% less than the state.

Bowels or Bladder Control

F

64.3% of low-risk residents lose control of their bowels or bladder, 17.3% more than the nation and 10% more than the state.

Depressive Symptoms

F

37.9% of residents have depressive symptoms, 30.4% more than the nation and 24.2% more than the state.

Falls with a Major Injury

F

9.3% of residents have one or more falls with a major injury, 5.9% more than the nation and 6.4% more than the state.

Increased Need for Help

A

7.5% of residents’ need for help with daily activities increased, 7.1% less than the nation and 6.4% less than the state.

Influenza Vaccine

B

99.6% of residents were given the influenza vaccine, 4.2% more than the nation and 4.3% more than the state.

Physical Restraints

A

0% of residents were physically restrained, 0.2% less than the nation and 0.5% less than the state.

Pneumococcal Vaccine

D

89.7% of residents were given the pneumococcal vaccine, 3% less than the nation and 5.3% less than the state.

Pressure Ulcers

D

9% of high-risk residents have pressure ulcers, 0.9% more than the nation and 1.9% more than the state.

UTI

F

8% of residents have a urinary tract infection, 5.6% more than the nation and 5.7% more than the state.

Urinary Catheter

F

2.6% of residents have or had a catheter inserted and left in their bladder, 1% more than the nation and 0.9% more than the state.

Weight Loss

F

14% of residents lose too much weight, 8% more than the nation and 7.6% more than the state.

Worsening Movability

D

21.6% of residents’ ability to move independently worsened, 3.6% more than the nation and 0.2% less than the state.

Short-Stay Quality Measures

Antipsychotic Medication

D

1.9% of residents received antipsychotic medication for the first time, 0.1% more than the nation and 0.4% more than the state.

Improvements in Function

B

83.3% of residents saw improvements in function, 9% more than the nation and 8.9% more than the state.

Pneumococcal Vaccine

D

79.8% of residents were given the pneumococcal vaccine, 0.3% more than the nation and 3.9% less than the state.

Seasonal Influenza Vaccine

D

73.6% of residents were given the seasonal influenza vaccine, 3.1% less than the nation and 5.6% less than the state.

COVID-19 Vaccination Rates

Resident Primary Series

F

60.9% of residents were given the primary vaccination series, 26.4% less than the nation and 27% less than the state.

Resident Boosters

F

17.2% of residents were up-to-date on their vaccines, 40.1% less than the nation and 40.7% less than the state.

Staff Primary Series

D

78.8% of staff completed the primary vaccination series, 8.1% less than the nation and 12.4% less than the state.

Staff Boosters

F

9.4% of staff were up-to-date on their vaccines, 33.5% less than the nation and 29.2% less than the state.

Staffing Hours and Turnover Rates

Willow Springs Care and Rehabilitation provides staffing information to the CMS, which the federal agency uses to calculate the below staffing data. Our team then sets each data point against the nation’s and Washington’s averages.

Staffing Hours

Nurse Aide

B

Nurse aide hours total 2 hours and 30 minutes per resident daily, 18 minutes longer than the nation and the same as the state.

Licensed Partial Nurse

C

Licensed partial nurse hours total 53 minutes per resident daily, the same as the nation and 5 minutes longer than the state.

Registered Nurse

C

Registered nurse hours total 34 minutes per resident daily, 6 minutes shorter than the nation and 21 minutes shorter than the state.

On the weekend, registered nurse hours total 27 minutes per resident daily, the same as the nation and 10 minutes shorter than the state.

Physical Therapist

D

Physical therapist hours total 2 minutes per resident daily, 1 minute shorter than the nation and 3 minutes shorter than the state.

Staffing Turnover Rates

Registered Nurse

D

The registered nurse turnover rate is 66.7%, 14.8% higher than the nation and 13.2% higher than the state.

Total Nursing Staff

C

The total nursing staff turnover rate is 50%, 3.3% lower than the nation and 4.8% lower than the state.

Administrator

A

0 administrators left the facility within a recent one-year period, 0.7 less than the nation and 0.9 less than the state.

Local Businesses and Organizations

Healthcare

For Willow Springs Care and Rehabilitation residents that require a hospital visit, Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital is the closest, 0.74 miles away. Yakima Regional Medical & Cardiac Center is the next nearest, 2.03 miles away.

The closest pharmacies are Tieton Village Drugs, 0.26 miles away, and Village Pharmacy Services, 0.26 miles away. Medicine Mart Pharmacy and Walgreens are two more in the area.

Should there be a need for dental care, Yakima Oral And Maxilo and Yakima Oral Surgery are 0.08 miles and 0.08 miles away. As for vision care, Percision Optical and Yakima Sunglass is 0.51 miles from the community.

Leisure Activities

If some fresh air or exercise is desired, Randell Park is 0.89 miles away, and Franklin Park is 1.26 miles away. Akin Center Theatre is 1.56 miles away for an activity with little physical movement. Bookworms can find solace in YVC Library, 1.66 miles from Willow Springs Care and Rehabilitation.

Nearby places of worship include Tieton Drive Bible Chapel and Church on The Move. The former is 0.16 miles, and the latter is 0.4 miles from the community.

When the time comes for a haircut or trim, Burl’s Barbershop is 0.48 miles away.

Sustenance

Seniors looking to dine out or order takeout have several choices, including Jack in The Box and Mariscos Nayarit, 0.09 miles and 0.3 miles away. KFC and Veronte are a couple of other establishments in the area.

To do some grocery shopping, Ameristar 19 is 0.3 miles away, and English Country Market is 1.07 miles away. Mill Creek Natural Foods West and Family First Food & Frien are two more nearby options.

Financial Services

Take care of financial needs at Yakima Federal Savings And Loan Association, 0.09 miles away, or Washington Federal Bank, 0.44 miles away. Citibank and US Bank Branch are also in the vicinity of the community.

The Weather in Yakima

July was Yakima’s warmest month of the last year, with an average high of 93°F. Conversely, its coldest month was January. The average low in January was 22°F.

The city saw 7.7 inches of precipitation, 510 inches of snowfall, and average humidity of 60% over the last 12 months.

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