Vetter Senior Living Awarded 2019 Nation’s Best Workplaces for Aging Services – Second Consecutive Year
Vetter Senior Living has once again been recognized by Great Place to Work and FORTUNE as one of the 2019 Best Workplaces for Aging Services. The Great Place to Work® Institute surveyed more than 230,000 Senior Care employees from across the nation to create the second annual Best Workplaces in Aging Services List.
According to the 2019 survey, 90% of Vetter Senior Living team members say their work has special meaning, that it’s not “just a job” and 91% feel a sense of pride in the work they accomplish serving seniors.
Vetter Senior Living Ranked Nationally for Customer and Employee Approval by Research Company
Vetter Senior Living facilities were recognized nationally for creating an outstanding experience for their customers and employees. NRC Health ranked Vetter Senior Living #1 for Employee satisfaction and #8 for Customer satisfaction among senior care centers nationwide.
The NRC Health Customer Approved Awards are based on ratings from both family and residents across Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Skilled Nursing care settings. Similarly, the NRC Health Employee Approved Awards are based on ratings gathered from employees of Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing facilities.
The American Health Care Association (AHCA) & National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL) Awards
The AHCA/NCAL National Quality Award Program provides a pathway for providers of long term and post-acute care services to journey towards performance excellence. The program is based on the core values and criteria of the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program. Member centers may apply for three progressive levels of awards: Bronze—Commitment to Quality, Silver—Achievement in Quality, or Gold—Excellence in Quality. Each level has its own distinct rigors and requirements for quality and performance excellence. Click here for a complete listing of the Vetter Senior Living’s facilities who have received these awards.
We celebrate and take pride in receiving a deficiency-free health survey. Facilities are surveyed every year by a multi-disciplinary team from the Department of Health and Human Services. Surveys are always unannounced. The rigorous survey, which is conducted over several days, covers almost 200 quality, safety and performance issues such as medication management, proper skin care, assessment of resident’s needs, respect for residents rights and dignity, food service, environment and administration, to name only a few. With increasingly stringent regulations, achieving the deficiency-free rating maintaining compliance with both state and federal requirements can be challenging. These surveys, and the subsequent ratings, are a useful tool for prospective and current residents, their families, and health care practitioners to make informed choices about the quality of a long-term care facility.
Vetter Senior Living is deeply committed to the safety of our team members and residents. As part of our injury prevention efforts, we take time to recognize and celebrate with each Vetter Senior Living facility when each team member has worked “One Year — 24/7 Injury Free.” These celebrations include a special lunch served by the Vetter Health Services home office team. All team members are awarded pins for their personal commitment to keep themselves and their teammates free from injury. Vetter Senior Living recognizes that laboring for one year without injury is a significant achievement – it takes great teamwork and allows us to continue to provide the world-class resident care for which are facilities are known.