Management Interview Report

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Introduction
This report is analysis of the Health and Rehabilitation center Envoy of Pikesville. Althea Layne director of nursing (my mother) has been at her management position for over 8 years. Envoy of Pikesville, located in Pikesville, Maryland was acquired in 2009. Envoy of Pikesville has been providing services to the geriatric population for over 35 years. Our two-story building has a large, state-of-the-art rehabilitation gym, a welcoming dining experience, and a serene inner courtyard. We feature an outstanding rehabilitation team that includes speech, physical and occupational therapy with 85% of our residents returning home.
Their skilled nursing service’s resident-focused approach provides those who have suffered from a prolonged acute or chronic illness or have recently been injured or undergone surgery with the best care possible. In these cases, residents' conditions are often stable, but they continue to require assessment and treatment. And whether it’s nutritional support or assistance with self-care and the activities of daily living, our team is committed to meeting the needs of each resident at every stage of recovery.
Their full range of rehabilitative services assists residents with physical, cognitive, psychosocial, and/or communication impairments. Respiratory, physical, occupational, and speech therapy programs use the coordinated efforts of an interdisciplinary team to contribute to each resident's rehabilitation – helping to ensure a successful return to home or work. We also offer specialized services at an intensity level based on each resident's unique needs. These benefit residents of all ages who are admitted directly from a hospital ICU setting, physician's office, home health, emergency room, or medical/surgical settings.
Primary and specialist physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants lead our…...

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