Regents Park at Aventura
Regents Park at Aventura is a nursing home organized as a for-profit partnership. This nursing home has 180 certified beds and participates in Medicare and Medicaid. It is not in a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) or in a hospital and it has a resident council.
Overall, Regents Park at Aventura gets a below average rating from Medicare. This nursing home offers short-term rehabilitation, long-term skilled nursing, rehabilitation, counselling, cardiac care, memory care, cancer care, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, IV therapy, Lymphedema, neuromuscular therapy, respiratory therapy, respite care, wound care programs, diabetes care, nutritional management, pain management, and related services.
Regents Park at Aventura is located at 18905 NE 25th Ave in Aventura, Florida. They can be reached at (305) 932-6360 or through their website.Inspections at Regents Park at Aventura
Regents Park at Aventura gets a below average review for health care inspections. Between 2015 and 2018, the home has received one complaint resulting in a citation. The most recent health inspection as of summer 2018 was on 07/13/2017.
During the last health inspection, the nursing home was found to have nine health citations, higher than the average of 5.8 across the country, on average, and higher than the state average of 4.6. Inspectors concluded that this nursing home “facility failed to maintain dignity and respect for one resident” by ignoring a resident’s repeated requests for help with everyday activities. Further, inspectors reported that the “facility failed to maintain resident rooms in good condition for eleven of 36 residents' rooms observed.” According to inspectors, there were rooms with chipped paint, marred walls, uneven plaster, stains, broken panels, and removed panel parts, among other problems.
The most recent health inspection concluded that this “facility failed to follow care plans” for two residents. In these cases, “procedures related to residents on prescribed fluid restrictions” and dietary restrictions were not followed. In addition, the health inspection on 07/13/2017 concluded that the “facility failed to properly assess and manage pain for one resident.” According to inspectors, the staff did not offer the resident the pain medications which were indicated “as needed” and did not observe the resident’s self-medication.
The most recent health inspection of 07/13/2017 further concluded that the “facility failed to provide a medical justification of three residents reviewed for catheters of twenty residents with catheters” and also did not “make sure that residents with reduced range of motion get proper treatment and services to increase range of motion.” Investigators determined that staff did not offer two residents the right equipment, such as a splint or palm guard, to keep range of motion from getting worse.
The healthy inspectors also reported in their 07/13/2017 report that the “facility failed to store respiratory equipment in a locked environment.” Instead, the equipment was stored unlocked when inspectors were present. In addition, dental services were found to not be provided to one of three residents observed.
The health inspection revealed “the facility failed to maintain essential equipment” such as the dish machines, which did not correctly indicate the temperature during the wash cycle, as needed to ensure proper cleaning. Inspectors also noted the Meat dish machine, used for preparing Kosher dishes, was not functioning correctly at the time of their visit.
Regents Park at Aventura has automatic sprinkler systems in all required areas. The last fire safety inspection which took place as of summer 2018 was on 07/11/2017. At that time, 3 citations were made, which is the national average for nursing homes but above Florida’s average of two citations. This nursing home received a below average grade for fire safety from Medicare.
Between 2017 and 2018, this nursing home received one federal penalty and received a fine of $23,634 on 09/15/2016.Staffing
The rating for staffing at Regents Park at Aventura is above average. The facility has a staffing rating of 4 out of five stars, which is above average. There are 169.6 residents at this nursing home per day, on average, which is more than the 86.6 residents national average or the 107.7 Florida average.
Residents at this nursing home get about 1 hour and 34 minutes with licensed nursing staff per day, on average. This compares to 1 hour and 33 minutes across the country and 1 hour and 36 minutes in Florida. In addition, residents at this nursing home get 2 hours and 39 minutes, on average, with nursing aides. Nationally, residents get an average of 2 hours and 18 minutes and in Florida the average is 2 hours and 41 minutes. Residents also get 6 minutes with physical therapy staff, while nationally residents of nursing homes get 7 minutes, on average, or 8 minutes across Florida.Quality of Resident Care
Quality of resident care at Regents Park at Aventura is much above average. For short-stay residents, 72.8% of Regents Park at Aventura improved in independent movement. In contrast, only 70.2% of Florida residents and 67.9% of national residents did. 27.3% of Regents Park at Aventura short-term residents were re-admitted to hospital while the Florida and national averages were 24.4% and 22.4%, respectively.
58.6% of Regents Park at Aventura short-stay residents were discharged into the community, compared with 55.6% of Florida and 56.4% of U.S. nursing home residents. Only 4.9% of Regents Park at Aventura residents needed to visit the emergency room, compared with 10.5% of Florida and 12.3% of U.S. short-stay nursing home residents.
In Regents Park at Aventura, 9.8% of residents reported at least moderate pain. In Florida, an average of 9.5% residents reported such an issue while across the country the average was 13.1%. The number of residents who had new or worsening bed sores was 0.7%, compared with 0.5% and 0.9% for the Florida and national averages.
For long-stay residents at Regents Park at Aventura, about 0.7% experienced falls, compared to the Florida average of 2.8% and the national average of 3.4%. UTIs (Urinary tract infections) were more common in this nursing home, with about 5.9% of long-stay residents impacted while the Florida average is 3.2% and the national average is 3.2%. Incontinence was also higher than average, at 70.3%. In contrast, the Florida average is 54.2% and the national average is 48%. The use of catheters was also higher, at 3.2% than the national average of 1.8% and the state average of 1.4%.
Physical restrains were used less frequently than average at Regents Park at Aventura. Zero percent of long-stay residents were physically restrained while 0.3% of Florida residents and 0.4% of U.S. nursing home residents do face restraints. In addition, 15.3% of this nursing home’s residents saw worsening of independent movement, compared to 17% of all nursing home patients in Florida and 18.3% of residents across the country. About 13.1% of residents at Regents Park at Aventura saw more need for help with daily activities, which is on par with the Florida average of 13.3%. About 7% of this facility’s residents lost excessive weight, compared to 7.2% of Florida residents and 7% of national residents facing the same issue. No residents of Regents Park at Aventura displayed depressive symptoms while 1.1% of Florida and 4.7% of U.S. nursing home residents do see such symptoms.