- Address: 890 El Camino Real, San Bruno, CA, 94066
- GPS: 37.6304254,-122.4171276
- Phone: 6505837768
- Website: https://nursinghomereport.org/providence-san-bruno-555276/
- Monday 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Tuesday 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Wednesday 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Thursday 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Friday 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Saturday Closed
- Sunday Closed
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This page includes contact information about the Providence San Bruno like street address and directions, phone number, inspections, penalties and other useful information.
This facility address is: 890 El Camino Real, San Bruno, CA, 94066. Providence San Bruno is ranked 1 out of 1 total Nursing Home Facilities in the city of San Bruno, 26 out of 88 facilities within 20 mile radius and 431 out of 1209 facilities within the state of California. They have 36.0 Residents in Beds and 45.0 Medicaid Beds.
About Nursing home and Assisted living
- 45 certified beds
- Participates in : Medicare and Medicaid
- Automatic sprinkler systems in all required areas :Yes
- Not in a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC)
- Not in a hospital
- Resident council only
Cost and Pricing Information
|Facility||Private Room Monthly Cost||Non-private Room Monthly Cost|
|Providence San Bruno*||$7,269||$6,478|
|State Average Cost||$9,338||$7,604|
|On Medicaid it may be possible to to have the full cost of care covered, less the income of the individual receiving care.|
Each year, an inspection is carried out by the Regional Liaison Officers to ensure that the services offered by a nursing home meet the official requirements. The Department of Social Development brings in the inspecting officers. The examinations are usually a surprise, and their completion can take a couple of days. Besides yearly evaluations from the Department of Social Development, they can also make an extra visit if there are contentions about the well-being of nursing home residents. For evaluating the situation and taking suitable action, a follow-up visit can be made.
Moreover, yearly inspections are performed by the Department of Health Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health (Public Health) and the Department of Public Safety inspection services, including the Office of the Fire Marshal as well. As the checks take place annually, they should always be updated before the issuance or renewal of licenses of nursing homes.
Overall rating: 4 (Above Average).
- Quality of resident care: 5 (Much Above Average).
- Long-stay quality of resident care: 5 (Much Above Average).
The health examinations page of Nursing Home Compare has the following information:
- Info on a nursing home’s health inspections
- Complaints filed
- Resulting citations
Nursing homes, which are certified by Medicare and Medicaid, are investigated annually. Health care specialists thoroughly examine a nursing home for any present health and safety citations. The rating on a health examination page is rewarded according to a nursing home’s most recent and the last two health assessments. Results of the preceding three years of complaint files and inspection revisits are also accounted for in the star rating.
- Health Inspection rating: 3 (Average).
- Total number of health citations: 9
- Average number of health citations in California: 13.4
- Average number of health citations in the U.S.: 8.3
Fire safety inspections
Medicare or Medicaid-certified nursing homes should always meet the official safety standards set by government authoritiesto guarantee the safety of the residents. Fire safety experts check the nursing homes for the LSC (Life Safety Code) bar,fire safety, and emergency readiness set of CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services). These are intended for preventingfires and protecting residents in unfortunate cases of emergency like a fire, tornado, flood, hurricane, gas leak, or power failure.
- Automatic Sprinkler Systems in All Required Areas: Yes
- Total number of fire safety citations: 0
- Average number of fire safety citations in CA: 1.8
- Average number of fire safety citations in the U.S.: 3.0
Data in the Staffing Rating section mentions any present licensed practical/vocational nurses (LPN/LVN), registered nurses (RN),nurse aides, and physical therapists (PT). Note that physical therapists are not counted in the “all staffing” rating. Additionally,the staff-resident health ratio is also considered in the “staffing” star rating. A nursing home that houses residents of lower and averagehealth might need more staff as compared to a nursing home where the average health condition of the residents is better.
- Staffing rating: 2 (Below Average).
- Average number of residents per day: 44.0 (the state of 86.7 and a National average of 86.1).
- Total number of licensed nurse staff hours per resident per day: 1 hour and 28 minutes (the state of 1 hour and 46 minutes and a National average of 1 hour and 34 minutes).
- RN hours per resident per day: 22 minutes (the state of 38 minutes and a National average of 41 minutes).
- LPN/LVN hours per resident per day: 1 hour and 6 minutes (the state of 1 hour and 8 minutes and a National average of 52 minutes).
- Nurse aide hours per resident per day: 1 hour and 58 minutes (the state of 2 hours and 35 minutes and a National average of 2 hours and 18 minutes).
- Physical therapist staff hours per resident per day: 9 minutes (the state of 6 minutes and a National average of 5 minutes).
Registered Nurse staffing rating
These are certified healthcare workers responsible for coordination, management, and general delivery of care to the residentsof a nursing home. The rating of RN staffing depends on the staff-sick resident ratio. Some residents of a nursing home are not ashealthy as other residents might need more care, so nursing homes with more RN staff will be better equipped to fulfill the caring needs of such residents.
- Registered Nurse staffing rating: 2 (Below Average).
- Average number of residents per day: 44.0 (the state of 86.7 and a National average of 86.1).
If a nursing home receives a severe citation and is unable to improve on it for long, a penalty may be imposed. This penalty can be either a fine or a canceled payment from Medicare.
- Federal fines in the last 3 years: 0
- Amount(s) and date(s): This nursing home hasn’t received any fines in the last 3 years.States may also impose penalties under state law. To search state websites Click here.
- Payment denials by Medicare in the last 3 years: 0
Popular questions at Providence San Bruno
When is it time for a nursing home?
The terms “assisted living” and “nursing home” have different definitions, even though they are sometimes used interchangeably. An assisted living facility helps residents with their daily tasks, such as preparing meals, taking medications, and cleaning their spaces, but it does not provide ongoing medical care. The staff at an assisted living facility can take residents to their doctor’s appointments and provide help with common wellness issues, but they are not physicians and cannot provide the same level of care as a nursing home.
Nursing homes provide medical care around the clock, as well as help with everything from eating to bathing to dressing, depending on the patient’s needs. Nursing home patients are supervised by licensed physicians. Many patients move from assisted living to a nursing home after an injury or if a chronic condition gets too difficult to manage without daily care.
How can I pay my nursing home expenses with Social Security?
If you’re a senior who is receiving Social Security income, you can use it to help pay for your nursing home expenses. However, it’s important to note that Social Security usually isn’t enough to cover the cost of living in a nursing home. You’ll need to use another form of income, whether that’s long-term care insurance or savings you may have, to pay for Social Security in its entirety. It’s also important to note that if you are using Medicaid to pay for your nursing home costs, you may need to forfeit some or all of your Social Security income, depending on how much you receive.
How to get someone admitted to a nursing home?
Getting your loved one into a nursing home can take time, particularly if you plan on using Medicaid to pay for their care. Medicaid approval can take several months, so it’s important to plan ahead when you can. Some nursing homes will accept ‘Medicaid pending’ patients, but others may require you to use another form of payment for admission until the Medicaid goes through.
How can I transfer someone from one nursing home to another?
Moving a patient to a new nursing home can be difficult, particularly if you are using Medicaid to pay for your care. If you are staying in the same state, you will just need to make sure that the new nursing home has Medicaid beds available. However, if you are moving to a different state, you will need to apply for Medicaid separately in that state. Every state has different Medicaid rules, so this process can take some time.
How to file a complaint against a nursing home?
If you encounter a problem at a nursing home, the first step is to talk to the staff about reporting procedures. Many facilities have social workers or other professionals on hand specifically to deal with problems that may arise. The facility should also have a procedure in place to report problems internally. If the problem isn’t solved, you can report the nursing home to a state office or advocacy group. Your state’s department of health should have information available about how to report a nursing home.