Warren County Health Services

Certified Home Health Agency (serves both long- and short-term patients)

Inspection Report

The New York State Department of Health conducts periodic inspections of home care agencies and programs it licenses. It is important to note that if an agency or program is cited for a deficiency, it must submit a plan of correction to the Department within 10 days of being cited. For serious deficiencies, the agency or program must correct the deficiencies within 90 days of being cited or be terminated from the Medicare/Medicaid programs. The reporting period for the information on this page is from March 1, 2010 to June 30, 2013.

Inspection Summary

Recertification/Licensure Surveys Learn more

Inspection DateResult
December 9, 2011 Deficiencies found
January 20, 2011 Deficiencies found
January 31, 2011 Deficiencies found

Key:

  • No deficiencies No deficiencies
  • Deficiency: Does not significantly impact on care for patients Deficiency: Does not significantly impact on care for patients Learn more
  • Serious deficiency: Significantly impacts on ability to provide quality care to all patients Serious deficiency: Significantly impacts on ability to provide quality care to all patients Learn more
 

Recertification/Licensure Surveys

December 9, 2011 Recertification, Follow-up/Revisit, State Licensure Learn more

DeficiencySeriousness

Acceptance of patients, Plan of Care and medical supervision

Plan of Care covers all pertinent diagnoses

Deficiency

Alert physician of changes in condition

Deficiency

January 20, 2011 Recertification, State Licensure, Re-Licensure Learn more

DeficiencySeriousness

Acceptance of patients, Plan of Care and medical supervision

Plan of Care covers all pertinent diagnoses

Deficiency

Other Deficiencies

Governing authority meets requirement for a professional advisory committee

Deficiency

January 31, 2011 Recertification Learn more

DeficiencySeriousness

Other Deficiencies

In Substantial Compliance

Deficiency

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