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Nursing Home Inspection Ratings
Selected Facility: HAMPTON COURT NURSING AND REHABILITATION CENTER
Rating Time Period: October 2013 - March 2016
Last Updated: May 2016

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Facility / CityRegionInspectionInspection Components
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Quality
of Care
Quality
of Life
AdministrationNutrition &
Hydration
Restraints &
Abuse
Pressure
Ulcers
DeclineDignity
HAMPTON COURT NURSING AND REHABILITATION CENTER
NORTH MIAMI BEACH Inspection Details
Region 11
Miami
★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

Explanation of the Performance Measures (stars)

★★★★★ Means that for this measure this facility ranked better than 81% to 100% of the facilities in its region. That is, five stars means that the facility ranked in the top 20% of facilities in its region.
★★★★ Means that for this measure this facility ranked better than 61% to 80% of the facilities in its region.
★★★ Means that for this measure this facility ranked better than 41% to 60% of the facilities in its region.
★★ Means that for this measure this facility ranked better than 21% to 40% of the facilities in its region.
    ★ Means that for this measure this facility ranked better than 0% to 20% of the facilities in its region. That is, a single star means that the facility ranked in the bottom 20% of facilities in its region.
NR Means that a rank is not available for this facility. This is typically because the facility just recently opened.

Each of the performance measures represents how a nursing home ranked within its geographical region.

All of the nursing homes in a particular region could perform better than the statewide average. Therefore, a low rank does not necessarily indicate a "low quality" facility. Similarly, all of the nursing homes in a particular region could perform lower than the statewide average. Therefore, receiving a high rank does not necessarily indicate a "high quality" facility. All facilities listed in this guide have met the requirements for being licensed as a nursing home.

The ranks calculation methodology utilizes nursing home licensure and certification inspection deficiency data. Inspection deficiency reports display the violations of the regulation that are found during an inspection of the nursing home. If a nursing home is operating under bankruptcy protection or meets the criteria for a conditional status during the past 30 months, the facility is on the Watch List.

Disclaimer: This information is not designed to offer legal or medical advice. Please consult your insurer or government program administrator for complete information regarding elegibility requirements and covered services. Your physician or the Long-Term Care Ombudsman office can answer many questions about nursing home care and other long-term care services. This information is mandated by Section 400.191, F.S.


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