Four More Liberty Healthcare and Rehab Facilities Receive National Recognition

The Pavilion Health Center at Brightmore, Royal Park Rehabilitation and Health Center of Matthews, The Foley Center at Chestnut Ridge and Yadkin Nursing Center are the proud recipients of Silver and Bronze National Quality Awards from the American Health Care Association (AHCA) and the National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL). These facilities are joining a growing list of Liberty Healthcare and Rehab facilities that have achieved this honor that shows their commitment to quality care. 

Our AHCA/NCAL National Quality Award recipients now include:

Capital Nursing and Rehabilitation – Silver Award

Shoreland Health Care and Retirement Center – Silver Award

The Pavilion Health Center at Brightmore – Silver Award

Bradley Creek Health Center at Carolina Bay – Bronze Award

Elizabethtown Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center – Bronze Award

Golden Years Nursing Home – Bronze Award

Liberty Commons Rehabilitation Center – Bronze Award

Liberty Commons Nursing and Rehabilitation Center of Alamance County – Bronze Award

Liberty Commons Nursing and Rehabilitation Center of Halifax County – Bronze Award

Royal Park Rehabilitation and Health Center of Matthews – Bronze Award

Three Rivers Health and Rehabilitation Center – Bronze Award

The Foley Center at Chestnut Ridge – Bronze Award

Yadkin Nursing Center – Bronze Award

The prestigious awards are part of a rigorous process that evaluates long-term and post-acute care providers against nationally recognized standards. The AHCA/NCAL National Quality Award Program is one of the most comprehensive performance assessments for providers to know where they stand based on the Baldridge Criteria for Performance Excellence. 

Bronze recipients must demonstrate a groundwork for excellence by completing a self-assessment that outlays their organizational priorities and goals.

Silver recipients must outline their systematic approaches and demonstrate sustainable results linked to their key customer requirements, success factors and challenges. 

Trained experts spend more than 100 hours reviewing each application. Applicants then receive an objective written assessment detailing their strengths and opportunities for improvement. The application process itself provides an opportunity for internal assessment and team building.

Paula Crawford and Tanya Rocquemore, pictured above, represented our Liberty Healthcare and Rehab awardees at the 72nd AHCA/NCAL Convention & Expo just outside Washington, D.C. on October 12. James Krob, Jeff Wilson and Paul Babinski were also in attendance to celebrate this exciting achievement for Liberty Healthcare and Rehab.