New Jersey Nursing Home Staffing For The 3rd Quarter Of 2019

The following information on staffing levels in New Jersey nursing homes in the third quarter of 2019 is from the Long-Term Care Community Coalition (LTCCC) website. As set forth on the LTCCC website:

Sufficient staffing is one of the most important indicators of a nursing home’s quality and safety. Unfortunately, inadequate nursing home staffing is a widespread and persistent problem. Some nursing homes provide good care, ensuring that their facilities have enough qualified staff. However, in the absence of limits on profits and administrative expenses, too many nursing homes fail to allocate the resources necessary to maintain sufficient staffing.

To help the public find out about nursing home staffing in our communities, LTCCC publishes, on a quarterly basis, information on staffing for every nursing home in the country (that is in compliance with federal staff reporting requirements).

The following chart includes the following information on 362 nursing homes in New Jersey:

  1. Each facility’s direct care Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, and Certified Nursing Assistant staffing levels;
  2. Staffing levels for important non-nursing staff, including administrators and activities staff;
  3. The nursing staff data do not include staff time designated for administrative or non-care functions. They only include the staff that nursing homes have designated as providing resident care; and,
  4. The extent to which the facility relies on contract workers to provide resident care.

Data provided are the averages for the quarter (3 month period). If a facility is not listed, it has not provided appropriate staffing data to Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

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