Maple Knoll Village


Maple Knoll Village Completes a Deficiency Free State Survey

bodmann pavilionOne of the highest confirmations of quality service is for a healthcare facility to receive a Deficiency Free Survey from the State Department of Public Health. Maple Knoll Village, a continuing care retirement community in Springdale, is pleased to have been found deficiency-free on its 2016 annual State Survey in Skilled Nursing.

According to Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services annual Nursing Home Data Compendium there are less than 10% of Skilled Nursing Facilities that achieve Deficiency Free State Survey in the United States. The survey evaluates the overall quality of life and quality of care of the facility to ensure it is operating by the Department of Health’s standards.

Bodmann Pavilion, the Skilled Nursing Facility at Maple Knoll Village consists of 145 beds offering both semi private and private rooms. Maple Knoll’s team of professionals develops an individual care plan based on various need levels. Services include long and short-term levels of care, skilled rehabilitation, a dementia/memory support unit, Physical, Occupational and Speech therapy, a Hospice care wing and an on-site Physician clinic.

Shelley Acus, Director of Nursing for Maple Knoll Village, shared “We have an exceptional team of caregivers at Maple Knoll, the results of our survey are a testament to that. In fact, the survey team congratulated us on the confidence, and compassion of our staff. Because of this dedicated group we are able to provide exceptional care for older adults in our community.”

For more information on Maple Knoll Village or The State Survey please call 513.782.2423.



Maple Knoll Village’s Assisted Living receives deficiency free State Survey from Ohio Department of Health

One of the highest confirmations of quality service is for a healthcare facility to receive a deficiency-free survey from the State Department of Public Health. Maple Knoll Village’s Assisted Living is pleased to have been found deficiency-free on its 2015 annual state survey. This is an unusually outstanding accomplishment on the part of the administration and staff. The achievement is made possible by the daily commitment and dedication of an exceptional staff.

The survey is conducted annually by the Ohio Department of Health and has a checklist of areas and categories to examine. Some of the categories include meeting with residents, family members and staff, reviewing medical records, reviewing the residents’ dining areas and observing the environment and safety factors of the home. Ultimately, the survey evaluates the overall quality of life and quality of care of the facility to ensure it is operating by the Department of Health’s standards.

Maple Knoll Village’s Assisted Living survey was completed on March 26th, 2015. After its inspection of the above categories and more, the Department of Health’s team had declared Maple Knoll Village as deficiency free.

Maple Knoll Communities is a non-profit home providing services including residential accommodations, assisted living, rehabilitation and skilled nursing care. For more information on Maple Knoll Village please call 513.782.2423 or visit http://www.mapleknoll.org.

An assisted living resident meets with her nurse in her apartment.

An assisted living resident meets with her nurse in her apartment.



Survey Says: Deficient Free!

One of the highest confirmations of quality service is for a healthcare facility to receive a deficiency-free survey from the State Department of Public Health. Maple Knoll Village is pleased to have been found deficiency-free on its 2012 annual state survey. This is an unusually outstanding accomplishment. The achievement is made possible by the daily commitment and dedication of an exceptional administration and staff.