Bell Gardens deficiency free survey


The staff and residents at Bell Gardens Place in Hillsboro have announced that they have received another deficiency free survey from the Ohio Department of Health. This annual survey reviews the care standards for the residents and how Bell Gardens is following the rules and regulations set forth by the ODH. This is the third deficiency free survey in a row for Bell Gardens. “We are proud to receive this deficiency free survey from the state,” Bell Gardens Executive Director Mike Bradford said. “It validates the continued efforts we have in place to make sure all of the seniors we care for are receiving the best care available. We have an amazing team and it is due to all the hard work of all our staff that we receive this honor.”


The staff and residents at Bell Gardens Place in Hillsboro have announced that they have received another deficiency free survey from the Ohio Department of Health. This annual survey reviews the care standards for the residents and how Bell Gardens is following the rules and regulations set forth by the ODH. This is the third deficiency free survey in a row for Bell Gardens. “We are proud to receive this deficiency free survey from the state,” Bell Gardens Executive Director Mike Bradford said. “It validates the continued efforts we have in place to make sure all of the seniors we care for are receiving the best care available. We have an amazing team and it is due to all the hard work of all our staff that we receive this honor.”

The staff and residents at Bell Gardens Place in Hillsboro have announced that they have received another deficiency free survey from the Ohio Department of Health. This annual survey reviews the care standards for the residents and how Bell Gardens is following the rules and regulations set forth by the ODH. This is the third deficiency free survey in a row for Bell Gardens. “We are proud to receive this deficiency free survey from the state,” Bell Gardens Executive Director Mike Bradford said. “It validates the continued efforts we have in place to make sure all of the seniors we care for are receiving the best care available. We have an amazing team and it is due to all the hard work of all our staff that we receive this honor.”
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Bell-Garden-pic.jpgThe staff and residents at Bell Gardens Place in Hillsboro have announced that they have received another deficiency free survey from the Ohio Department of Health. This annual survey reviews the care standards for the residents and how Bell Gardens is following the rules and regulations set forth by the ODH. This is the third deficiency free survey in a row for Bell Gardens. “We are proud to receive this deficiency free survey from the state,” Bell Gardens Executive Director Mike Bradford said. “It validates the continued efforts we have in place to make sure all of the seniors we care for are receiving the best care available. We have an amazing team and it is due to all the hard work of all our staff that we receive this honor.”
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