Southern Care Assisted Living Receives Perfect Score in Georgia Department of Community Health Inspection
Annual Survey by the Healthcare Facility Regulation Division Yields Highest Possible Rating
TIFTON, Ga. (May 6, 2014) – Southern Care Assisted Living has received a perfect score from the Georgia Department of Community Health, following an unannounced inspection by the department’s Healthcare Facility Regulation Division.
Based on the survey findings, no violations of the state’s Rules and Regulations for Assisted Living Communities, Chapter 111-8-63, were cited at the 56-bed licensed facility, representing the highest possible rating.
“Everyone in the Southern Care Assisted Living family, including our care staff and residents, is thrilled by the deficiency-free survey result. It is an affirmation of everything we do at Southern Care to provide high-quality assisted living and Alzheimer’s care services for our seniors and their loved ones in Tift County and beyond,” said Frank Sayles, administrator of Southern Care Assisted Living.
The state inspection, which occurred on March 3, rated many aspects of Southern Care Assisted Living’s operations and care, including the condition of the premises, skill of care staff, caliber of security, quality of food service, and general happiness of residents.
“Receiving a perfect score on a state inspection only happens when you have a dedicated team that partners with loved ones and family members to give our seniors the best care. I’m so proud of everyone for this high achievement,” said Bryan Cook, senior vice president of Legacy Senior Services, Southern Care’s parent company.