Post-Hospital Rehabilitation And Skilled Nursing

SUPERIOR CLINICAL CARE & POST HOSPITAL REHABILITATION

Our goal is to provide an experience that is deeper and more human than the traditional rehabilitation centers throughout Texas. We pride ourselves on providing activities and workshops that are engaging and also socially fulfilling. We also have events that help foster creativity, inspiration, and education.

 

WE FOCUS ON THE FOUR DIMENSIONS OF WELLNESS, WITH AN EMPHASIS ON PERSON CENTERED CARE APPROACHES

 

Physical Wellness

BODY WORKS PROGRAMS

Promotes involvement in physical activity groups to assist with improving and maintaining cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, balance, and flexibility. Promotes healthy lifestyle habits and encourages personal safety. Opportunities available 5-7 days/week.

 

Intellectual Wellness

MIND WORKS PROGRAM

Encourages residents and individuals to expand their knowledge base, as well as, improve and or maintain their cognitive functioning level through a variety of problem-solving activities, educational resources and cultural activities. Our key program area under this dimension is: Mind Works!

 

Emotional Wellness

LIFE WORKS PROGRAMS

Assists residents in managing their feelings and behaviors, their success and failures, recognize and express their feelings, control stress and problem-solve. Our key program areas under this dimension are: Music Works & Aroma Works. Opportunities available minimum of 3x/week.

 

Social Wellness

CONNECTIVITY PROGRAMS

Encourages and emphasizes creating and maintaining healthy relationships through talking, sharing hobbies, interests and actively participating in social events.

A HIGHER STANDARD OF CARE.

When it comes to your health, there is no compromise in the standard of care we provide at The Traymore Nursing Center. Our people are more than experts in nursing, therapy, medical social work and home health – they posses a degree of compassion and caring that is second to none. We put you first, ensuring you have the care and attention you need, along with the support that ensures you’re able to be successful in your progress and overall health and wellbeing. We’re able to help with financial demands of insurance, Medicare and Medicaid. And we understand the importance of working closely with your physician and other members of your medical team to ensure the very best possible outcomes.

CONTACT US

 

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Traymore Nursing Center Address: 4315 Hopkins Ave, Dallas, TX 75209 Phone(214) 358-3131

Our Promise To You.

PRIVACY AND SECURITY POLICY

Foursquare Healthcare maintains this web site as a public and customer service. The following is the Privacy and Security policy for this web site:

Privacy Notification: With few exceptions, our residents have the right to request and be informed about information that Foursquare Healthcare collects about them. You are entitled to receive and review the information  upon request. You have the right to ask Foursquare Healthcare to correct or amend any information that is determined to be incorrect.

We do not use cookies to collect personal information. Note: A cookie contains unique information a web site can use to track such things as passwords, list of pages you've visited, and the date when you last looked at a specific page or to identify your session at a particular web site. A cookie is often used in commercial sites to identify the items selected for a specific shopping cart application. 

If you send us an electronic mail message with a question or comment that contains personally-identifying information, or fill out a form that emails us information, Foursquare Healthcare will only use personally-identifiable information to respond to your request. We may also redirect your message to another person within our organization who is in a better position to answer your question. 

Any forms submitted via the website containing personally identifying information will be sent via secured transmission. Personally identifiable information collected from these forms are used for customer service only purposes. Each form contains a link to this privacy policy. 


For site management functions, information is collected for the sole purpose of customer and public service. Foursquare Healthcare does not report or use this information in any manner that would reveal personally-identifiable information. 

For site security purposes and to ensure that the site remains available to users, Foursquare Healthcare uses software to monitor network traffic to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information, or otherwise cause damage. Unauthorized attempts to upload information or change information on this site may be punishable under the Texas Penal Code Chapters 33 (Computer Crimes) or 33A (Telecommunications Crimes).

All information collected from the Foursquare Healthcare web site, including e-mails sent to the web site and information collected from web-based forms, is subject to the Texas Privacy Laws and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996.

The Traymore Nursing Center Satistics

NEAR THE DALLAS MEDICAL DISTRICT

The Traymore combines the industry’s latest treatment techniques and equipment in a highly personalized interdisciplinary approach to care.  Our mission is to provide superior clinical care, rehabilitation, wellness, and supportive services that meet the wants, needs, and expectations of our patients and residents. This patient centered treatment enables our rehabilitation guests to return home as quickly as possible. We will provide our long term residents with an enhanced well being and quality of life with the home town hospitality that you will learn to know and trust.

Traymore Nursing Center in DALLAS, Texas has 150 beds compared to a Texas average of 108.79 and a National average of 106.41.

As of the last update they had 49 residents compared to a TX average of 76.83 and a National average of 88.66.
This results in a 32.67% occupancy rate compared to a Texas average of 70.62% and a national average of 81.98%.

Traymore Nursing Center's star ratings compare as follows:

  1. Overall Rating: 4 stars compared to a TX average of 2.58 and a National average of 3.04.
  2. Health Inspection Rating: 4 stars compared to a TX average of 2.74 and a National average of 2.81.
  3. Nurses Rating: 3 stars compared to a TX average of 2.16 and a National average of 3.00.
  4. Quality Measures Rating: 3 stars compared to a TX average of 2.87 and a National average of 3.16.
  5. RN Only Rating: 3 stars compared to a TX average of and a National average of 2.96.

Averaging the available ratings gives an aggregate star rating of 3.4 for TRAYMORE NURSING CENTER versus the TX average of 2.07 and a national average of 2.99.

  • Activity services: off-site
  • Clinical lab work: on-site
  • Dental health: on-site
  • Dietary services: on-site
  • Housekeeping services: on-site
  • Mental health services: on-site
  • Nursing services: on-site
  • Occupational therapy: on-site
  • Additional activity services: on-site
  • Social service staff: off-site
  • Pharmacy services: on-site
  • Physician extender services: on-site
  • Physical therapy: on-site
  • Physician services: on-site
  • Podiatry: on-site
  • Therapeutic recreational services: on and off of site
  • Vocational services: on-site

FOURSQUARE HEALTHCARE EMPLOYEE RESOURCE CENTER

COMPANY RESOURCE FOR ACTIVE EMPLOYEES ONLY.

The services listed below are intended for the exclusive use of authorized company employees and will prompt you to enter a secure user id and password. If you are an authorized employee experiencing difficulty accessing these services, call 972-303-9000 for assistance.

EMPLOYEE RESOURCE CENTER

The Employee Resource Center provides documents and forms related to our business operations, including policies and procedures, check request forms, insurance forms, and more. This system can be accessed from any computer using an authorized employee login user id and password.

EMPLOYEE RESOURCE CENTER LOGIN

ONLINE EXPENSE REPORTS

Active employees of Foursquare Healthcare may now use the online automated expense report system. This system can be accessed from any computer using an authorized employee login user id and password.

EMPLOYEE ONLINE EXPENSE REPORTS

EMPLOYEE DISCOUNTS

Choose from a wide variety of entertainment venues, retailers and other service providers and receive these exclusive discounts. As an employee, you could save hundreds of dollars annually, while enjoying the services of an outstanding collection of businesses.

EMPLOYEE APPRECIATION DISCOUNTS

CORPORATE COMPLIANCE PROGRAM

“OUR COMMITMENT TO OUR PATIENTS AND RESIDENTS”

Foursquare Healthcare, Ltd. (referred to as “FSHC”) is committed not only to providing residents with high quality and caring medical services, but also to providing those services pursuant to the highest ethical, business and legal standards. These high standards apply to our interactions with everyone with whom we deal. This includes our residents, the community, other healthcare providers, companies with whom we do business, government entities to whom we report, and the public and private entities from whom reimbursement for services is sought and received. In this regard, all personnel must not only act in compliance with all applicable legal rules and regulations, but also strive to avoid even the appearance of impropriety. While the legal rules are very important, we must hold ourselves up to even higher ethical standards.

IN SHORT, WE DO NOT AND WILL NOT TOLERATE ANY FORM OF UNLAWFUL OR UNETHICAL BEHAVIOR BY ANYONE ASSOCIATED WITH FSHC. WE EXPECT AND REQUIRE ALL PERSONNEL TO BE LAW-ABIDING, HONEST, TRUSTWORTHY AND FAIR IN ALL OF THEIR BUSINESS DEALINGS. TO ENSURE THAT THESE EXPECTATIONS ARE MET, FSHC HAS PREPARED A COMPREHENSIVE CODE OF CONDUCT AND STANDARDS OF CONDUCT. THE CODE OF CONDUCT AND STANDARDS ARE DESIGNED TO ASSIST YOU IN NAVIGATING THE VARIOUS COMPLIANCE OBLIGATIONS OF THE HIGHLY REGULATED INDUSTRY IN WHICH WE DO BUSINESS. BY ADHERING TO THE CODE OF CONDUCT AND STANDARDS, THIS ENABLES EACH OF OUR HEALTHCARE FACILITIES TO CONTINUE TO ACHIEVE ITS GOAL OF PROVIDING EXCELLENT SERVICE TO OUR RESIDENTS IN A LEGAL AND ETHICAL FASHION. TO FURTHER OUR GOALS IN DELIVERING EXCELLENT CARE TO OUR RESIDENTS WE ASK EACH EMPLOYEE TO ABIDE BY OUR MISSION STATEMENT THAT OUTLINES WHAT WE EXPECT OF OUR EMPLOYEES WHEN PROVIDING CARE TO OUR RESIDENTS.

In addition, as part of FSHC’s commitment to health care fraud and abuse and regulatory compliance, and in an effort to assist FSHC’s personnel in meeting their compliance obligations, FSHC has established a Compliance Program. The Compliance Program is designed to implement the Code of Conduct and prevent violations of applicable laws and regulations and, where such violations occur, to promote their early and accurate detection and prompt resolution through education, monitoring, disciplinary action and other appropriate remedial measures.

1. Mission Statement

  • Treat each resident with dignity and respect and to make a difference in the lives of the elderly that have been entrusted to our care.
  • Do whatever it takes to meet the ever changing needs of the resident.
  • Accommodate, to the extent possible, the wishes of the families in meeting the needs of their loved ones.
  • Create a homelike environment with loving, supportive and professional staff who share a common goal.
  • Make ethical business decisions which impact the lives of residents, families and employees.
  • Deal fairly, honestly and ethically with all residents, families, employees and vendors.
  • Enhance the quality of life in a healing environment; this fosters active participation by the resident in the decision making process.
  • Place value on each resident’s uniqueness and the wisdom which comes from longevity and a lifetime of experience.
  • Provide the resident an opportunity to grow, a time to reflect and a time for them to make a difference.

2. Code of Conduct
Employer Standards

  • This organization shall comply with all local, state, and federal regulations that apply
  • The organization does not accept bribes, kickbacks or tips for any purpose.
  • The company is not part of the ownership of any other entity that generates referrals to it.
  • All employees are trained on proper business conduct.
  • All employees are given instruction on the company’s Policies and Procedures.
  • All information regarding our client’s medical condition are kept confidential and only released by signature from the client.
  • All insurance claims reflect products or services that are actually delivered.
  • Exact billing codes that match the Certificate of Medical Necessity Diagnosis will be used on all claims.
  • A licensed physician must order and the supplier completes a CMN for medical equipment.
  • All marketing materials and advertisements are honest, informative and non-deceptive.
  • All potential employees are screened and references are checked.

Employee Standards

  • As employees of this facility, you are expected to act in such a way as to reflect the Mission Statement of FSHC.
  • You are expected to be honest, courteous, accurate and professional in all of your daily interactions with residents, families and fellow workers. Treat others as you expect to be treated, with dignity and respect.
  • You are expected to follow the policies and procedures of the facility as well as to obey local, state and federal laws.
  • You are expected to follow the chain of command when you encounter a problem that you are not able to resolve, except when you are authorized to contact another person under the facility’s policies.
  • You are expected to follow the Employee Handbook.
  • You are expected to refuse all gifts, tips or compensation from residents, families and vendors.
  • You are expected to refuse any remuneration for any referrals to or from outside vendors or with which the facility does business and report any offer to your supervisor or the Corporate Compliance Officer.
  • You are expected to refrain from engaging in any activity which is fraudulent or in violation of any law relating to providing of care or receiving reimbursement from the Medicare, Medicaid or other reimbursement programs.
  • You are expected not to engage in any billing or documentation practices which are fraudulent or dishonest.
  • You are expected to report any activity which you suspect to be illegal or in violation of any Employee Standards of Conduct through regular reporting channels. Employees who do not feel comfortable contacting in the chain of command may contact the Corporate Compliance Officer.
  • You are expected to refrain from any conduct which amounts to abuse or neglect of a resident.
  • You are expected to report any suspected abuse or neglect through designated reporting channels.

3. Code of Conduct Standards
The Code of Conduct provides a high-level overview of the expectations that FSHC has for its personnel. Because personnel will be responsible for complying with this Code, FSHC has adopted the following standards of conduct (“Standards”) that all personnel are expected to follow. These Standards outline and summarize the basic concepts underlying FSHC’s Code of Conduct and its Compliance Program (which is described in more detail in Section IV below). These Standards must be carefully reviewed and closely followed by all FSHC personnel. Supplemental information relating to these Standards will be provided through periodic formal and informal training and educational programs. Additionally, many Standards are expanded in greater detail in FSHC’s compliance standards and policies.

A. Compliance with the Law and High Ethical Business Standards
FSHC operates in a heavily regulated industry and is subject to a large number of federal and state civil and criminal laws and regulations. Violation of these laws and regulations can result in harm to the public, severe financial penalties, exclusion from participation in government health care programs (such as Medicare and Medicaid) and – in some cases – criminal fines and/or imprisonment. FSHC’s Code of Conduct and Compliance Program are designed to prevent and detect such violations. Accordingly, it is critical that all personnel comply with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations and with all policies and procedures that comprise the Compliance Program.

While one of the objectives of FSHC’s Compliance Program is to educate all FSHC personnel about the basic requirements of these laws and regulations, FSHC does not expect any of its personnel to become experts in these areas. For this reason, where an individual is not sure whether a particular activity or practice violates the law or any of the Compliance Program policies, the individual should not – under any circumstances – “guess” as to the correct answer. Instead, the individual should seek appropriate guidance from his or her supervisor or the Corporate Compliance Officer. FSHC personnel will not be penalized for asking compliance-related questions. To the contrary, FSHC is intent on creating a culture in which every individual is comfortable asking the questions necessary to ensure that he or she understands and performs his or her tasks and obligations in full.

Personnel of FSHC shall adhere to the high standards of business ethics as set forth in the Compliance Program and in its Code of Conduct, and acknowledge that such compliance is a condition of employment and is a factor that will be considered in his or her performance evaluation.

B. Standards Relating to Quality of Care and Services
FSHC is fully committed to providing the highest quality of resident care in accordance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations. As part of this commitment, FSHC will ensure that necessary quality assurance systems are in place and functioning effectively.

  • Quality of Care PrinciplesIn keeping with FSHC’s mission and values, the following quality of care and services principals have been incorporated into FSHC’s Compliance Program:
    • All residents will receive treatment without discrimination as to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, source of payment, or age.
    • All residents will receive information that is necessary to give informed consent for any proposed procedure or treatment. This information shall include the possible risks and benefits of the procedure or treatment.
    • All residents will receive considerate and respectful care in a clean and safe environment free of unnecessary restraints.
    • FSHC will protect and promote the rights of each resident, including, but not limited to, the resident’s right to respect, privacy, a dignified existence, self-determination, and the right to participate in all decisions about their own care, treatment and discharge.
    • FSHC will conduct background checks pursuant to federal and state law (which includes, but is not limited to, criminal convictions and/or exclusion from participation in any federal health care program) on all personnel involved in resident care, or who have access to resident’s possessions.
    • All individuals employed by FSHC will have the proper credentials, experience and expertise required to discharge their responsibilities.
    • FSHC will continuously strive toward a culture of resident safety and providing quality medical care to its residents.
  • CredentialingFSHC complies with all applicable federal and state laws, rules and regulations governing the credentialing process. This is a key element to ensuring that FSHC provides the highest quality care and services to its residents. FSHC has processes in place for the on-going and continuous credentialing and competency reviews of clinical and non-clinical staff. Complying with credentialing and licensure requirements is a necessary component of FSHC’s commitment to providing appropriate quality of care to its residents.
  • Mandatory Reporting. As part of its commitment to providing the highest quality of resident care and services, FSHC complies with all applicable federal and state mandatory reporting laws, rules and regulations. To this end, FSHC will ensure that all incidents and events that are required to be reported are done so in timely manner, and will monitor compliance with such requirements. FSHC will also comply with and have policies and procedures in place relating to the reporting requirements under the Patient Protection and Affordable care Act. FSHC will notify covered individuals of their obligation to report a reasonable suspicion of a crime against any person under FSHC’s care.

C. Standards Relating to Billing and Coding
FSHC is committed to conducting the coding, billing and collection process with integrity. We, therefore, adhere to current coding principles and applicable billing laws, regulations and guidelines to facilitate the proper documentation, coding and billing of claims. 

  • Billing Generally. In conformity with FSHC’s mission and values, bills will only be submitted based upon the resident’s clinical condition, services actually rendered, and sufficient and adequate documentation of such services. All personnel responsible for billing will be trained in the appropriate rules governing billing and documentation and will follow all regulations governing billing procedures. Personnel will not knowingly engage in any form of up-coding of any service violation of any law, rule, or regulation. FSHC takes all reasonable steps to ensure that our billing software reliably and accurately codes and bills all services according to the most recent federal and state laws and regulations.
  • Compliance and Federal and State Laws Regarding the Submission of Claims. All personnel shall comply with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations governing the submission of billing claims and related statements. A detailed description (i) the federal False Claims Act; (ii) the federal Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act; (iii) state civil and criminal laws pertaining to false claims; and (iv) the whistleblower protections afforded under such laws is provided in Appendix A to this Plan. Personnel will receive training on these laws as part of FSHC’s Compliance Program and should consult with the Corporate Compliance Officer (who may confer with FSHC’s legal counsel, as needed) if they have questions about the application of these laws to their job.

D. Standards Relating to Business Practices
FSHC will conduct its business affairs with integrity, honesty and fairness to avoid conflict between personal interests and the interest of FSHC. FSHC will forego any transaction or opportunity that can only be obtained by improper and illegal means, and will not make any unethical or illegal payments to induce the use of our services.

  • Accuracy and Integrity of Books and Records. FSHC must keep accurate books, records and accounts and must accurately reflect the nature of transactions and payments. This includes, but is not limited to, financial transactions, cost reports and other documents used in the normal course of business. No false or artificial entries shall be made for any purpose. No payment or other remuneration shall be given or received, nor purchase price agreed to, with the intention or understanding that any part of such payment or remuneration is to be used for any purpose other than that described in the document supporting the payment or other remuneration.
    To this end, FSHC maintains and monitors a system of internal accounting controls. FSHC records and reports facts accurately, honestly and objectively, and does not hide or fail to record any funds, assets, or transactions.
  • Gifts and Benefits. Personnel are strictly prohibited from offering, giving, soliciting or receiving any gift or benefit for personal gain or inducement. This policy applies to our interactions with providers who refer residents to us or to which we make referrals, and to our interactions with our vendors (including, but not limited to, pharmaceutical companies with which we do business). This policy also applies to gifts or benefits received or offered by residents, their families, visitors, or others. The guiding principle is simple: personnel may not be involved with gifts or benefits that are undertaken: (i) in return for or to induce referrals or (ii) in return for or to induce the purchasing, leasing, ordering or arranging (or the recommending of any of the foregoing) of any item or service.
  • Conflicts of Interest. Personnel must exercise the utmost good faith in all transactions that touch upon his or her duties and responsibilities for, or on behalf of, FSHC. Even the appearance of illegality, impropriety, a conflict of interest or duality of interests can be detrimental to FSHC and must be avoided. All personnel who are in positions to influence any substantive business decision must complete an annual Conflict of Interest Disclosure Statement, disclosing all direct and familial interests which compete or do business with FSHC.
  • Compliance with Medicare and Medicaid Anti-Referral Laws. Federal and state laws make it unlawful to pay or give anything of value to any individual on the basis of the value or volume of resident referrals. FSHC does not pay incentives to any person based upon the number of residents admitted, or the value of services provided, nor does FSHC pay physicians, or anyone else, either directly or indirectly, for resident referrals. All financial relationships with other providers who have referral relationships with FSHC are based on the fair market value of the services or items provided. All marketing and advertising of services are based solely on the merits of the services provided.

The anti-referral laws are set forth in Appendix A of this Plan. Personnel should consult with the Corporate Compliance Officer (who may confer with FSHC’s legal counsel, as needed) if they have questions about the application of these laws to their job.

E. Standards Relating to Confidentiality
FSHC safeguards confidential information regarding its residents, such as individually identifiable health information, and confidential and proprietary information regarding the business of FSHC, such as resident lists, development plans, marketing strategy, financial data, proprietary research, and information about pending or contemplated business deals. Inappropriate disclosure of FSHC’s confidential business information, whether intentional or accidental, may adversely affect FSHC.

Due to this risk of harm to FSHC, personnel who learn confidential business information about FSHC or its residents shall not disclose that information to third parties, including family or friends. In addition, personnel may not disclose such confidential information to any third party after leaving employment except with the prior written consent of FSHC, or as required by applicable law.

4. Compliance Program: Description and Summary
A. The Compliance Program

FSHC’s Compliance Program consists of the following core components:

  1. FSHC has developed and implemented (and will continue to develop and implement) written policies and procedures addressing FSHC’s commitment to compliance and specific policies and procedures addressing areas of potential fraud and abuse.
  2. The Corporate Compliance Officer will be responsible for maintaining the Code of Conduct, Standards and Compliance Program policies. The Corporate Compliance Officer will chair a Compliance Committee that is responsible for developing, maintaining, and monitoring the Compliance Program.
  3. FSHC will provide its personnel, including Board members and senior management, with compliance education and training with respect to the Compliance Program, both through formal, periodic training seminars and by maintaining an open line of communication between FSHC’s personnel and the Corporate Compliance Officer.
  4. FSHC has established procedures for receiving reports concerning possible violations of relevant laws and regulations, the Code of Conduct, or any compliance standards and policies, and for protecting the anonymity of the reporting party so as to open the lines of communication between FSHC and its personnel.
  5. FSHC has established procedures to encourage good faith participation in the Compliance Program and set forth FSHC’s expectation that personnel will raise questions and report concerns relating to FSHC’s Code of Conduct, Standards, compliance standards and policies, and violations of federal and state laws, rules and regulations. Personnel that violate the above, participate in non-compliant behavior, encourage or allow non-compliant behavior, or fail to report suspected compliance problems will be firmly and fairly disciplined up to, and including, possible termination.
  6. FSHC has a system for routine identification and assessment of compliance risk areas within FSHC through the use of periodic reviews, audits and other practices. As part of that assessment, and in an effort to detect and prevent fraud, waste and abuse, the Corporate Compliance Officer, or a designee, will periodically monitor and/or conduct specific reviews of the following risk areas: business, coding and billing practices; issues relating to quality of care and services; the credentialing processes; compliance with mandatory reporting requirements; and other potential compliance risk areas that may arise from complaints, Helpline calls, risk assessments, and as identified by compliance protocols and elsewhere.
  7. FSHC has a system for responding to and investigating potential compliance issues as they are raised by personnel or identified in the course of self-evaluations and audits. Corrective action is promptly implemented with periodic reviews to verify successful correction.
  8. FSHC strictly prohibits retaliation in any form against an individual who reports an issue in good faith.

B. Compliance Responsibilities

  • Responsibility of the Board. The Board of Directors is responsible for overseeing the operation of the Compliance Program and ensuring that processes are in place so that it can operate in compliance with all federal and state laws, rules and regulations. To this end, the Board has adopted a Compliance Plan which details how issues are to be communicated, reviewed and responded to by the Board. The Board will maintain a direct reporting relationship with the Corporate Compliance Officer and receive appropriate reports from the Corporate Compliance Officer and senior management as to the operation of the Compliance Program, identification of potential issues, and the formulation of annual work plans based on appropriate risk assessments. All Board members will receive periodic training, either on a formal or informal basis, as to basic compliance principles (including a review of the fraud and abuse laws and regulations), the Board’s responsibilities and the specific risk areas that need to be addressed by the Compliance Program.
  • Responsibility of the Corporate Compliance Officer. The Corporate Compliance Officer is the custodian of the Corporate Compliance Plan. He is required to report on compliance activities that include but are not limited to: level of compliance or non-compliance found in monitoring and auditing, the success of efforts to improve compliance, including training and education, and corrective or disciplinary actions taken with respect to those who were found to be non-compliant.
  • Responsibility of the HIPAA Privacy Officer. The HIPAA Privacy Officer is responsible for managing the corporation’s compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy Rule, 42 CFR
    Part 2, state laws, and internal privacy policies including implementation, maintenance of, and adherence to the corporation’s policies and procedures relating to confidentiality of protected health information PHI).The Corporate Compliance Officer serves as the HIPAA Privacy officer.
  • Responsibility of the HIPAA Security Officer. The HIPAA Security Officer is responsible for protecting the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the corporate information systems and electronic Protected Health Information, as well as promoting the organizations information systems compliance with applicable federal and state laws and regulations. The HIPAA Security Officer coordinates with the HIPAA Privacy officer to support compliance with security policies, procedures, and controls found in the HIPAA Privacy Rule. The Information Technical Director serves as the organization’s HIPAA Security Officer.
  • Responsibility of All Employees. All employees are expected to comply and be familiar with all federal and state laws, rules and regulations that govern their job within FSHC. All employees are also expected to comply with the Code of Conduct, the Code of Conduct standards set forth herein, and any applicable compliance standards and policies adopted by FSHC. Employees must, upon new hire and annually will receive training on the Compliance Program and false claims acts.
  • Responsibilities of Department Heads, Supervisors and Managers. All department heads, supervisors and managers have the responsibility to help create and maintain a work environment in which ethical concerns can be raised and openly discussed. They are also responsible to ensure that the personnel they supervise understand the importance of the Code of Conduct, Standards, and FSHC’s compliance standards and policies; that personnel are aware of the procedures for retaliation if they come forward with information about such suspected wrongdoing.
  • Responsibilities of Contractors and Other Providers. All persons and entities with which FSHC contracts will receive information about FSHS’s compliance program and will be asked to cooperate with FSHC’s Compliance Program. This includes individual physicians, physician groups, vendors, contractors and other healthcare providers.

C. Violations, Anonymity, and Non-Retaliation
All personnel are required as a condition of employment to report suspected misconduct. Reports of suspected misconduct may be made to any one or more of the following people:

  • A manager or supervisor;
  • Facility Abuse Coordinator (Administrator);
  • Director of Nursing;
  • The Corporate Compliance Officer; or
  • The Compliance Helpline.

Anyone who receives such a compliance report must advise the Corporate Compliance Officer as soon as possible. The Corporate Compliance Officer may be reached by one of the following methods:

  • E-Mail – Personnel, agents and contractors may leave e-mail messages for the Corporate Compliance Officer with questions, issues and concerns relating to FSHC’s Compliance Program at hhammond@foursquarehealthcare.com
  • In-Person Meeting – Personnel, agents or contractors may request a confidential meeting with the Corporate Compliance Officer for the purpose of communicating questions, issues and concerns relating to FSHC’s Compliance Program by calling the Corporate Compliance Officer directly through the Compliance Helpline at (972) 303-7529 to schedule an appointment.

In all instances when requested, FSHC will strive to maintain the anonymity of any reporting personnel. It must be understood, however, that there may come a point in time where a reporting individual’s identity may become known or may have to revealed (e.g., if government authorities become involved in the investigation). Finally, whether or not the identity of any reporting personnel becomes known or is revealed, under no circumstances will FSHC take adverse action against personnel who report actual or potential misconduct in good faith and who were not involved in the misconduct in question. Simply put, there shall be no retaliation for good faith reporting of actual or possible violations of the Code, Compliance Program policies or federal and/or state laws and regulations. Personnel who intentionally file false reports, however, will be subject to appropriate disciplinary action.

D. Investigations
All reported violations of the Code, Standards, compliance standards and policies, and federal and/or state laws and regulations will be promptly reviewed and investigated, as appropriate, by the Corporate Compliance Officer or an appropriate designee, and will be treated confidentially to the extent possible and consistent with FSHC’s legal obligations.

Investigations by FSHC of reported wrongdoing involving compliance issues will be directed and coordinated by the Corporate Compliance Officer or in some cases by FSHC’s legal counsel, as appropriate. Personnel are expected to cooperate in such investigations. If the result of the investigation indicates that corrective action is required, FSHC will decide what steps it should take to rectify the problem and avoid the likelihood of its recurrence.

E. Disciplinary and Remedial Action
Personnel will be subject to disciplinary action, ranging from verbal warnings to termination of employment, regardless of their level or position, if they fail to comply with any applicable laws or regulations, FSHC’s Code of Conduct, Standards or the Compliance Program standards or policies. Disciplinary action shall be taken fairly and firmly enforced as appropriate for:

  • Authorization or participation in actions that violate federal and/or state laws and regulations, the Code of Conduct, Standards, or the compliance standards and policies;
  • Failure to report a violation, or suspected violation, of federal and/or state laws and regulations, the Code of Conduct, Standards, or the compliance standards and policies;
  • Encouraging or directing, facilitating or permitting either actively or passively non-compliant behavior;
  • Failure by a violator’s supervisor(s) to detect and report a compliance violation, if such failure reflects inadequate supervision or lack of oversight;
  • Refusal to cooperate in the investigation of a potential violation; and
  • Retaliation against an individual for reporting a compliance violation.

The severity of the disciplinary action, which will be determined by members of senior management (in consultation with the Corporate Compliance Officer and the individual’s supervisor), will depend on a variety of factors, including, but not limited to (1) the severity of the violation, (2) whether the violation was committed intentionally, recklessly, negligently or accidentally, (3) whether the individual has committed any other violations in the past, (4) whether the individual self-reported his or her misconduct, and (5) whether (and the extent to which) the individual cooperated with FSHC in connection with its investigation of the misconduct.

In addition to taking disciplinary action, FSHC will implement other remedial measures, as appropriate, in the event of a violation of any applicable laws or regulations, FSHC’s Code of Conduct, Standards or the compliance standards and policies.

Appendix A: Listing of Applicable Rules and Regulations

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NOTICE OF PRIVACY PRACTICES TRAYMORE NURSING CENTER

Effective Date June 1, 2014

THIS NOTICE DESCRIBES HOW MEDICAL INFORMATION ABOUT YOU MAY BE USED AND DISCLOSED AND HOW YOU CAN GET ACCESS TO THIS INFORMATION. 

PLEASE REVIEW IT CAREFULLY.

IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS REGARDING THIS NOTICE, PLEASE CONTACT OUR CORPORATE PRIVACY OFFICER:

(972) 303-7529

WHO WILL FOLLOW THIS NOTICE:

This Notice describes all of this facility’s privacy practices and that of:

  • Any healthcare professional authorized to enter information into your clinical record;
  • All departments, units and employees of this facility;
  • Any member of a volunteer group we allow to help you while you are in the facility;
  • All employees of Rehab Pro Rehabilitation that we use to provide therapy services to you while you are in the facility;
  • All employees, staff members, and physicians/specialists/physician’s assistants/nurse practitioners/healthcare consultants;
  • Any student (e.g. Certified Nursing Assistant classes) we allow to provide care to you while you are a resident in our facility;
  • This facility may share medical information with other entities for treatment, payment, or healthcare operation purposes as described in this Notice.

OUR PLEDGE REGARDING MEDICAL INFORMATION:

         We understand that medical information about you and your health is personal. We are committed to protecting medical information about you. We create a record of the care and services you receive at this facility. We need this record to provide you with the quality care and to comply with certain legal requirements. This Notice applies to all of the records of your care generated by interdisciplinary team members in this facility. Your attending physician may have different policies or notices regarding his/her use and disclosure of your medical information created in the doctor’s office or clinic.

        This Notice will tell you about the ways in which we may use and disclose medical information about you. We also describe your rights and certain obligations we have regarding the use and disclosure of information. We will not use or disclose your protected health information without your authorization, except as described in this notice.

HOW WE USE AND DISCLOSE INFORMATION ABOUT YOU:

         FOR TREATMENT PUPOSES:  In our ongoing efforts to provide quality of care, we may use your information to assure prompt and adequate medical diagnosis, treatment/medications/therapy, supplies, services and/or medical equipment. We may disclose health information to doctors, specialists (such as psychologists/psychiatrists, podiatrists, dentists, ophthalmologists, cardiologists, oncologists, nephrologists, etc.), pharmacists, nurses (including but not limited to licensed vocational nurses, registered nurses, medication aides, pharmacy technicians, clinical nurse practitioners, etc.), certified nursing assistants, social workers, activities staff (including volunteers), dietary staff, diagnosticians (laboratory, x-ray, etc.), hospitals, transport company/ambulance, and rehab therapists/assistants. For example, a doctor may need to tell the registered dietitian if you have diabetes so that we can arrange for appropriate meals/nutritional management for you. This disclosure may be within the facility or outside of the facility in either written, verbal, or electronic communications.

         Your authorization must be obtained for most uses and disclosures of psychotherapy notes (where appropriate).

         Your photograph may be taken for both identification purposes and recording any special injury and/or treatment. For example, upon admission, your picture will be taken and placed in the medication/treatment notebook. With each medication/treatment pass, the nurse will check your identity with the picture to make sure the right medication or treatment is given to the right resident.

        We also may disclose medical information about you to people outside the nursing facility that may be involved in your medical care currently or upon discharge. These people may include, but not limited to, clergy/pastor, family members, friends, and/or allied health professionals (such as vocational rehab, outpatient rehab or mental health services, home health, etc.).

         Because of our relationship with Medicare and Medicaid programs, we must comply with certain professional standards of medical practice and licensure/certification. As a result of this relationship, as well as other corporate and regulatory processes, we may disclose clinical and personal information about you to the Centers for Medicare/Medicaid Services, Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services, Ombudsman, Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, Corporate Quality Assessment and Assurance, etc. For example, the federal government requires that the nursing facility complete and transmit an electronic assessment (Minimum Data Set) about you to the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services and the Centers for Medicare/Medicaid services.

         FOR PAYMENT PURPOSES:  We may use and disclose personal and medical information about you so that the healthcare services and treatment you receive may be collected from an insurance company and/or third party. For example, Mutual of Omaha (acting as a fiscal Intermediary for the administration of Medicare benefits) may need birth date, social security number, and medical diagnoses and treatment to properly bill for these services. Likewise, if you are a member of the military, we may need to disclose certain medical and personal information to the Department of Veterans Affairs to determine if you are eligible for benefits.

        FOR HEALTHCARE OPERATION PURPOSES:  We may use and disclose information about you for various types of healthcare operations. These uses and disclosures are necessary for individual care and/or performance of our staff in certain types of illnesses/conditions. We may remove information that identifies you from this set of medical information so that others may use it to study healthcare and healthcare delivery without learning who the specific residents are. For example, we may combine medical information about a number of residents to decide what additional services the nursing facility should offer, what services are not needed, and whether certain new treatments or interventions are needed. We may also disclose information to medical equipment suppliers, orthotics/prosthetics, and /or audiologists, etc.       

        BUSINESS ASSOCIATES: There are some services provided in our organization through contracts with business associates. Examples include our accountants, consultants and attorneys. When these services are contracted, we may disclose your health information to our business associate so that they can perform their job we’ve asked them to do. To protect your health information, however, we require the business associates to appropriately safeguard your information.

        FOR MARKETING OR SOCIAL/ACTIVITY FUNCTIONS: Unless you object, your photograph may be taken during our social/activity functions within and outside of the facility to be used in our facility scrapbook or be placed on our facility activity board to encourage and promote activity/social participation or be used on our internet Facebook page to share resident experiences with others who may inquire about our facility.

        FOR DIRECTORY PURPOSES:  Unless you notify us that you objectWe may use your name and location in the facility for directory purposes. This information may be provided to people who ask for you by name. We may also use your name on a nameplate next to your door to identify your room, unless you notify us that you object.

        We may release medical information about you, using our best judgment, to a family member who is directly involved. We may also give information to someone who helps pay for your care. We may also tell your family your condition. If we are unable to reach your family member or personal representative, then we may leave a message for them at the phone number that they have provided us, i.e., on an answering machine. In addition, we may disclose information about you to help in a disaster relief so that your family can be notified about your condition, status, and location.

        FOR PUBLIC SAFETY OR HEALTH PURPOSES:  We may use and disclose information about you when necessary to prevent a serious threat to your health and safety or the health and safety of others. Any disclosures of this type, however, will be given to only who is able to prevent the threat.

        Your health information may be disclosed to public health agencies as required by law. For example, we are required to report certain communicable diseases to the Texas Department of State Health Services or report to the Food and Drug Administration health information relative to adverse events with respect to food, supplements, product and product defects, or post marketing surveillance information to enable product recalls, repairs, or replacement.

        We may release medical information related to resident health and safety risks or alleged violations. Accidents/incidents, grievances, medication errors (including but not limited to adverse drug reactions), and abuse/neglect will be thoroughly investigated and analyzed for causative factors/patterns and trends as well as prevention/action plans. This information will be disclosed internally and also to the medical director, ombudsman, and/or State reporting agencies.

        FOR HEALTH OVERSIGHT ACTIVITIES:  We may disclose medical information to consultants or other agencies authorized by law or corporate policies. These oversight activities may include, but not limited to, audits, investigations, and licensure. These activities are necessary for the government to monitor the health care system, government programs, and compliance with civil right laws.

        FOR RESEARCH: We may disclose information to researchers when their research has been approved by an institutional review board that has reviewed the research proposal and established protocols to ensure the privacy of your health information.

        FOR ORGAN PROCUREMENT ORGANIZATIONS: consistent with applicable law, we may disclose health information to organ procurement organizations or other entities engaged in the procurement, banking, or transplantation of organs for the purpose of tissue donation and transplant.

         FOR WORKERS COMPENSATION: We may disclose health information to the extent authorized by and to the extent necessary to comply with laws relating to worker’s compensation or other similar programs established by law.

        FOR LAWSUITS AND DISPUTES:  If you are involved in a lawsuit or a dispute, we may disclose medical information about you in response to a court or administrative order. We may also disclose medical information about you in response to a subpoena, discovery request, or other lawful processes by someone else involved in the dispute, but only if efforts have been made to tell you about the request or to obtain an order protecting the information requested.

        FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT:  We may release medical information if asked to do so by a law enforcement official:

  • In response to a court order, subpoena, warrant, summons, or similar process;
  • To identify or locate a suspect, fugitive, material witness, or missing person;
  • About the victim of a crime if, under certain limited circumstances, we are unable to obtain the person’s agreement;
  • About a death we believe may be the result of criminal conduct;
  • About criminal conduct at the nursing facility; and
  • In emergency circumstances to report a crime, the location of the crime or victims, or the identity and/or description or location of the person who committed the crime.

       CORONERS, MEDICAL EXAMINERS, AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS:  We may disclose information to a coroner or medical examiner to identify a deceased person or determine the cause of death. We may also release medical information about residents of this nursing facility as necessary to carry out their duties.

YOUR RIGHTS REGARDING MEDICAL INFORMATION USES AND DISCLOSURES:

Although your health record is the physical property of the nursing facility, the information in our medical records belongs to you. You have the right to obtain a paper copy of our Notice of Privacy Practices upon request. You have the following rights:

      RIGHT TO REQUEST LIMITATIONS/RESTRICTIONS TO CERTAIN USES/DISCLOSURES:

      You have the right to request a restriction or limitation to the above-mentioned medical information we use or disclose about you for purposes of treatment, payment, and healthcare operations. You also have the right to request a limit on the medical information we disclose about you to someone who is involved in your care or the payment for your care, like a family member or friend. EXAMPLE: You may not want your name and room number posted in the facility.

      Certain information must be used and disclosed by this facility per mandated state and federal regulations. Therefore, you are prohibited from limiting these types of uses/disclosures which may interfere with payment, quality of care, and/or licensure.

      We are not obligated to agree to your request for restrictions/limitations. If we do, however, agree with these restrictions/limitations, we will comply with your request.

      You have the right to restrict certain disclosures to a health plan where you have paid out of pocket in full for the health care item or service that we provided.

      RIGHT TO REVIEW/INSPECT/RECEIVE COPIES:  You have the right to review or inspect your health information and receive photocopies of the information that may be used to make

decisions about your care. Usually, this information includes both medical and billing records, but it does not include psychotherapy notes. To inspect and/or receive photocopies of your medical information, you must contact the administrator or his/her designee of this nursing facility. If you request a copy of the information, we may charge a fee for the costs of copying, mailing, or other supplies associated with your request.

      The resident or his/her legal representative will be granted access to inspect all medical information pertaining to himself/herself within 24 hours (excluding weekends and holidays) of a valid request. If you would like copies, it is necessary that you provide us with two working days advance notice.

      To assist you in the review of your information, we recommend that one of our team members (a person designated by the facility administrator such as a nurse, social worker, or medical records person) review the information with you. This co-review would help you in locating information within the chart. It would also help in understanding the handwriting and medical terms written within the clinical record. We would also like to be able to follow-up on any concerns that you might have after the review/inspection of your information.

      If you are denied access to the medical information, you may request that the denial be reviewed. An objective team of privacy-minded officials will review the request, and we will comply with the outcome of the review.         

      RIGHT TO AMEND/CORRECT:  If you feel that medical information we have about you is incorrect or incomplete, you may ask us to amend or correct the information. You have the right to request an amendment/correction as long as the information is kept by the nursing facility. All requests for amendment/correction of medical information must be directed to the facility administrator or his/her designee.

      We may deny your request for an amendment if that information:

  • Was not created by us, unless the person or entity that created the information is no longer available to make the amendment;
  • Is not a part of the medical information kept by our nursing facility;
  • Is accurate and complete; and
  • Is irrelevant to the issue/concern raised.

      RIGHT TO AN ACCOUNTING OF DISCLOSURES:  You have the right to request an ”accounting of disclosure”. This accounting is a list of the information which has been disclosed about you. To request an accounting of disclosures, you must contact the Administrator or his/her designee of this nursing facility. Your request must state a time period which may not be longer than six years. The first list you request within a 12-month period will be free of charge. For additional lists, we may charge you for the cost of providing the list according to the “customary” or “nominal” copying charges.

      RIGHT TO AN ACCESS REPORT: You have the right to an access report that indicates who has accessed your electronic designated record set information. To request an accounting of accesses, You must contact the Administrator or his/her designee of this nursing facility. You have a right to obtain a copy of such information in an electronic format. The copy you request will be in an electronic or readable format. You or an individual can request transmission of a copy of Protected Health Information directly to another person designated by the individual. Request for access must be approved or denied, and if approved, access or a copy will be provided within 30 days of the request.

      Your request must state a time period which may not be longer than three years. The first list you request within a 12-month period will be free of charge. For additional lists, we may charge you for the cost of providing the list according to the “customary” or “nominal” copying charges.

RIGHT TO REQUEST CONFIDENTIAL COMMUNICATIONS:  You have the right to request that we communicate with you about medical matters in a certain way or at a certain location. For example, you can ask that we only contact you or your representative at work or by mail. Please contact the administrator or his/her designee to request such arrangements. We will accommodate all reasonable requests. Your request must specify how and where you wish to be contacted.

      RIGHT TO REVOKE:  You have the right to revoke authorization at any time, in writing, except to the extent where the facility has already made disclosures with your authorization.

      REPORTING COMPLAINTS/ALLEGATIONS:  If you believe that your privacy rights have been violated, you may file a complaint with the nursing facility. You may also file a complaint with the secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. All complaints must be submitted in writing. There will be no retaliation for filing a complaint.

  • To file a complaint with the nursing facility contact:

Corporate Privacy Officer
4311 Oak Lawn Avenue, Suite 400
Dallas, Texas 75219
(972) 303-7529

PROTECTION OF YOUR INFORMATION AND BREACH NOTIFICATION:

We are constantly on guard to protect your information that is used, maintained and stored in our data systems.  Policies and procedures are in place that meets all system security requirements that apply to the hardware, software and database they operate.   We are constantly reviewing and verifying that all users of the hardware, software and databases comply with the systems security safeguards.  We use the best security technology available to protect your information at all times.

If there is a security breach of your information, we are required by law to notify each individual whose unsecured protected health information has been, or is reasonably believed to have been, inappropriately accessed, acquired, or disclosed in the breach.  “Breach” is defined as the unauthorized acquisition, access, use, or disclosure of protected health information which comprises the security or privacy of such information, except where an unauthorized person to whom such information is disclosed would not reasonably have been able to retain such information.  Two exceptions to this definition in which it would not be considered a “breach”:  (1) the unauthorized acquisition, access, or use of protected health information is unintentional and made by an employee or individual acting under authority of a covered entity or business associate if such acquisition, access, or use was made in good faith and within the course and scope of the employment or other professional relationship with the covered entity or business associate, and such information is not further acquired, accessed, used, or disclosed; or (2) where an inadvertent disclosure occurs by an individual who is authorized to access protected health information at a facility operated by a covered entity or business associate to another similarly situated individual at the same facility, as long as the protected health information is not further acquired, accessed, used, or disclosed without authorization.

Any business associate that we use to conduct business would also be required to notify us of a breach and provide us with the information concerning the breach.  In turn, we would notify the individual whose unsecured protected health information was breached. 

A written notification will be made to the individual (or next of kin, if the individual is deceased) at the last known address of the individual (or next of kin) by first class mail (or by electronic mail, if specified by the individual).  This notification will be made without unreasonable delay, but in no way later than 60 calendar days after the discovery of the breach. However, such notification, notice, or posting may be delayed if a law enforcement official determines that notification, notice, or posting would impede a criminal investigation or cause damage to national security.    Notification of a breach will include:  (1) a  brief description of what happened, including the date of the breach and the date of the discovery of the breach, if known; (2) a description of the types of unsecured protected health information that were involved in the breach (such as full name, Social Security number, date of  birth, home address, account number, or disability code); (3) the steps individuals should take to protect themselves from potential harm resulting from the breach; (4) a brief description of what the covered entity involved is doing to investigate the breach, to mitigate losses, and to protect against any further breaches; and (5) contact procedures for individuals to ask questions or learn additional information, which shall include a toll-free telephone number, an e-mail address, Web site, or postal address.

CHANGES/REVISIONS TO THIS NOTICE:

We reserve the right to change this Notice. We reserve the right to make the revised or changed Notice effective for medical information we already have about you as well as information we receive in the future. We will post a copy of the “current” Notice in the nursing facility and on our web site.

The Ultimate Goal

Our focus is on your recovery to get you to your ultimate goal – home. We base this goal our company’s four tenets of care. These four tenets are found in the Foursquare Healthcare logo and the company name (Foursquare). The tulip is the traditional “get-well” flower and the “four squares” represent our foundational services – nursing, therapy, pharmacare and hospitality. To achieve the level of care and recovery you expect and we strive for, our facility provides the highest level of satisfaction, safety and health for guests, residents and their families. To further this goal, we’ve adopted nine tenets as the foundation of our “Code of Customer Service.”  

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Excellence In Rehabilitation

THE PREMIER DESTINATION IN NORTH TEXAS FOR POST-HOSPITAL REHABILITATION AND SKILLED NURSING

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LEADERS IN COMPASSIONATE CARE

The Traymore Nursing Care Center combines the industry’s latest treatment techniques and equipment in a highly personalized interdisciplinary approach to care. This patient centered treatment enables our rehabilitation guests to return home as quickly as possible. We will provide our long term residents with an enhanced well being and quality of life with the home town hospitality that you will learn to know and trust.

 

LONG-TERM NURSING CARE

Chronic medical conditions can require the quality of continuous care only found in a nursing home. At The Traymore Nursing Center, you will find a team of skilled clinicians - on-site physicians, physician extenders, physical therapists and occupational therapists - working together to manage each resident’s care plan.

LONG TERM CARE

 

SHORT-TERM REHABILITATION CARE

The Traymore Nursing Center's Rapid Recovery Rehab Program is individually designed to help each guest return home with the greatest independence. We provide an unparalleled combination of expert clinical skills, a dedicated staff, and interdisciplinary approach to therapy, that utilizes the latest treatment modalities. 

POST HOSPITAL REHABILITATION

 

OUR MISSION

IS TO PROVIDE QUALITY, COMPASSIONATE CARE TO A COMMUNITY THAT IS UNABLE TO PERFORM THE TASKS ASSOCIATED WITH DAILY LIVING WITHOUT ASSISTANCE. IT IS INDEED OUR GOAL TO PROVIDE DIGNITY AND RESPECT TO OUR AGING COMMUNITY. WE VALUE THOSE WHO HAVE SPENT A LIFETIME PAVING THE WAY FOR THE CURRENT GENERATION. OUR GOAL IS TO CARE FOR YOUR LOVED ONE IN THE SAME MANNER WE WOULD EXPECT TO BE CARED FOR.

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My brother became a resident at Traymore in January 2017 to recuperate from a spinal cord injury. I have been impressed with the quality of the care he has received, the caring nature of the staff, the expertise of the physical therapists, and the up-to-date and clean facilities. My brother has made great progress since the injury and credit goes to him, his physicians, and Traymore.

Austin B.  

PATIENT TESTIMONIALS

 

 

Let Us Show You Around.

Plan your visit today to experience The Traymore’s warm Texas welcome and learn how our skilled nursing and rehabilitation center creates a personalized healthcare plan to get you home as quickly as possible.

We believe that the best long-term and rehabilitative care is a combination of expert clinical skills and a caring, dedicated staff. We take that statement one step further. We encourage and nurture family, resident, and staff interaction at all levels in a loving and respectful environment.

We invite you to call or stop by and visit our community!

SUPERIOR CLINICAL CARE & POST HOSPITAL REHABILITATION

BUILDING ON A TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE

As part of Foursquare Healthcare, a privately owned Texas-based company, we are committed to enriching the lives of our guests and their families, as well as our employees, through astute leadership, stable financial resources, exceptional staffing, and continually evolving programs. And, while our commitment to best practices in the healthcare business is serious, we blend that seriousness with a warm hearted spirit that reflects the community we serve.

STATISTICS

TESTIMONIALS

LONG TERM CARE

SHORT TERM REHAB

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OUR SHORT-TERM REHAB PROGRAM PROVIDES 24-HOUR SKILLED NURSING CARE AND A FULL RANGE OF REHABILITATIVE SERVICES—RESPIRATORY THERAPY, INTRAVENOUS THERAPY, PHYSICAL THERAPY, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY AND SPEECH THERAPY.

OUR REHABILITATION PROGRAM SPECIALIZES IN TREATING PATIENTS WHO HAVE EXPERIENCED

Stroke

Fractures

Joint Replacements

Amputations

Circulatory Problems

Post-Surgical Recovery

Re-conditioning due to illness or injury

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Therapy Schedule

The Short Term Rehab Program is intense and accelerated, and also tailored to the individual. It helps both inpatients and outpatients build strength and independence to allow individuals to achieve their maximum level of function before returning home. Your therapy schedule may include two or more individualized therapy sessions per day. During your stay, the therapists will have you practice, perform, and perfect all the skills you need before being discharged.

Following the course of care, each patient is evaluated to determine their ability to continue living alone or with loved ones. Most rehabilitation patients return to their own homes or a Supported Living site following recovery.

RESERVE

Our Vision

To provide superior clinical care, rehabilitation, wellness, and supportive services that meet the wants, needs, and expectations of our patients and residents – while achieving “quadruple aim” goals of better individual health care, better population health, lower costs and improved clinician experience – and drive performance and outcomes that are consistent with the demands of acute care partners and payor organizations.

As part of Foursquare Healthcare, a privately owned Texas-based company, we are committed to enriching the lives of our guests and their families, as well as our employees, through astute leadership, stable financial resources, exceptional staffing, and continually evolving programs. And, while our commitment to best practices in the healthcare business is serious, we blend that seriousness with a warm hearted spirit that reflects the community we serve.

Our short-term rehab program provides 24-hour skilled nursing care and a full range of rehabilitative services—respiratory therapy, intravenous therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy.

Dallas Respite Care

Lakewest Rehabilitation and Skilled Care in Dallas provides high quality respite care for you or your loved one, when you need it. Respite care provides temporary relief for family caregivers who are caring for people with disabilities, special needs or who are simply aging. Respite care can also be employed to allow for recovery after a surgery or hospital stay.

Caring for a loved one in the home can be a very rewarding experience but it can also be an overwhelming and exhausting undertaking. It is essential that family members get regular support in order to relieve stress, restore energy, and promote balance. We can help. Lakewest Rehabilitation and Skilled Care provides that support by caring for your loved one with kindness, respect and comprehensive medical attention.

While recovering from a surgery or recent hospital stay, patients may need medical help and daily assistance. Our professionally trained, caring staff makes the road to recovery a short one. We offer assistance with medications, daily tasks and rehabilitation so that you can concentrate on getting well.

Respite care from Lakewest Rehabilitation and Skilled Care provides short-term breaks that relieve stress, restore energy, and promote balance within a household. Our services can help to sustain a family caregiver’s health, delaying out-of-home placements. Enjoy peace of mind knowing that your loved one is well taken care of for any variety of respite care stay at Lakewest Rehabilitation and Skilled Care.

Rest easy with the peace of mind that your loved one is well taken care of with Lakewest Rehabilitation and Skilled Care’s professional respite care services.

 

Rehabilitation in Dallas

MEETING VIRTUALLY ANY REHABILITATION NEED

Life can deliver some unexpected twists: accidents, sudden illnesses or emergency surgeries can happen when you least expect them. In the aftermath of such events, your energy is focused primarily on recovery—trying to also find the best available resources for help can be pretty challenging.

We understand the intense desire to recuperate and get back to normal as quickly as possible. But serious illness or trauma can sometimes force you to relearn even basic functions.

That’s when our teams of experts can make an overwhelming difference. Our skilled therapy services can hasten your recovery, help return lost skills and bring back strength and mobility. Our caring professionals work tirelessly with our residents not only in physical areas, but also by constantly supporting and encouraging them emotionally.

We believe our residents are the extraordinary people who refuse to allow temporary setbacks or disabilities to affect them permanently. Their determination and effort become invaluable tools in the rehabilitation process.

And it is our greatest privilege to partner with them—or you, or your loved one—during recovery … and become your strongest advocates in the road to reclaiming total wellness.

A physical therapist will create a plan of care to help you improve your strength, balance and endurance. An occupational therapist will work with you to master activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, meal preparation and other skills. A speech therapist is available to work with you in the areas of swallowing, speech, memory and cognition.

Our advanced physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy services are aimed at helping you regaining your strength and mobility, and getting you back to your full health.

Our skilled nursing staff works around the clock to deliver expert care with a personal touch. Physical, occupational & speech therapy is available on an inpatient and outpatient basis.

We focus on caring for patients with many conditions including, but not limited to:

  • Joint replacement
  • Orthopedic injuries
  • Stroke and neurological conditions
  • Cardiac-related problems
  • Pulmonary impairment
  • Diabetes management
  • Post-surgery recovery
  • Wound care

 

Dining at The Traymore Rehabilitation and Skilled Care 

  • Enjoy restful awakenings and sleep in until desired. Your meal will be ready when you are.
  • Extended dining times offering a choice of where and when to dine.
  • Selective menus featuring fresh and nutritious meals
  • Continental breakfast for those early risers
  • Table-side service for each course
  • Enhanced snack service
  • Restaurant style ambiance and décor

SAMPLE MENU

Breakfast

  • Selection of Fruit Juice or Seasonal Fresh Fruit
  • Creamy Oatmeal Topped with Brown Sugar and Sliced Bananas
  • Eggs Any Style
  • Crisp Hickory Smoked Bacon
  • Assorted Breakfast Breads
  • Fresh Brewed Coffee/Hot Tea

Lunch

  • Traditional Caesar Salad
  • Garlic Roasted Chicken
  • Wild Rice Pilaf
  • Steamed Broccoli
  • Chocolate Bread Pudding or Fresh Fruit Cup
  • Bread Basket
  • Choice of Beverage

Dinner

  • Soup Du Jour
  • Braised Beef Tips
  • Sweet Potato Mash
  • Sautéed Green Beans
  • Cinnamon Baked Apple a la Mode or Assorted Fresh Fruit
  • Bread Basket
  • Choice of Beverage

*Meals prepared in accordance to prescribed (or physician ordered) diet. Heart healthy and vegetarian variations of meals are always available. The above menu is a small sampling of our menus, residents have the option of choosing from a selection of always available menu options as well.

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Living Life To The Fullest

 

Who says recovery can’t be fun?  We work hard to keep the joy in day-to-day life. Short-term and long term residents enjoy a wide range of activities and events, tailor-made to amuse, entertain and inform. From Domino tournaments and day trips, to music therapy, movies and musical entertainment, there’s something for everyone.

As providers of post-acute and long-term skilled nursing care, we understand to enhance both an individual’s health and quality of life requires more than just clinical expertise; it requires attention to the emotional, spiritual, social, psychological, and physical needs of our patients. Providing interesting and varied activities and events is one more way we promote healing and recovery. These are just some of the many activities we host at our community:

Family Involvement at Lakewest Rehabilitation and Skilled Care

You become as much a part of our family as your loved one. We believe that family members should be actively involved in planning your medical care and treatment. We encourage you and your family to participate in the development of your care plan through regular resident conferences. We also schedule follow-up conferences to keep family members informed of your progress.

We understand that caring for an adult or senior family member with a serious illness, injury or debilitating medical condition can place a tremendous strain on family members. To help families manage, we offer a range of social and counseling services. These services help people cope with the financial and emotional issues that can arise when a loved one needs extended care that cannot be provided at home.

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