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Windsor Care Centers Participate in National Compliance and Ethics Week for Third Time

November 11th, 2019

Windsor Care Centers across California and Arizona again announced their participation in Corporate Compliance and Ethics Week.  The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics & Health Care Compliance Association (SCCE & HCCA) organized the annual event, which was scheduled this year from November 3 through 9, 2019. This is the third year Windsor participated.

Corporate Compliance and Ethics Week is an extension of Windsor’s ongoing compliance and ethics program, which is overseen by Marissa Kirby, Compliance Director at S&F Management Company, LLC, a healthcare consulting company. Windsor has a code of conduct that all employees are expected to follow.  The code requires employees to act openly and truthfully in all their endeavors and avoid even the appearance of impropriety.

“Windsor is pleased to participate in Compliance and Ethics Week as it builds awareness, reinforces rules and regulations, and promotes an overall culture of compliance,” says Josh Sable, Esq., General Counsel for Windsor Care Centers.

As part of its efforts, Windsor’s team members played Compliance and Ethics Bingo with an “80’s theme” to reinforce the Compliance and Ethics Program in a fun way. Bingo winners received Rubix Cube key chains, and Facility Compliance Liaisons were presented with 80’s-themed jackets embossed with “Compliance Liaison” on the back, enabling employees to identify their facility’s Compliance Liaisons. Inspirational quotes were also shared with the teams each day.

Company-wide compliance and ethics education, held upon hire, and at a minimum annually, provides the opportunity to roll-out new and updated compliance and ethics program policies and reinforces an employee’s compliance and ethics obligations.

Windsor Gardens of Long Beach Certified as Outstanding “CHOICE” Provider of Wound Healing and Patient Care

October 29th, 2019

Windsor Gardens Convalescent Center of Long Beach was recognized by The Certified Wound Healing & Ostomy Institute of Care and Excellence (CHOICE) as an outstanding provider of wound healing and patient care. The certification was awarded by Skilled Wound Care, a national wound care program for nursing homes, providing professional wound, ostomy, and skin services.

 CHOICE is a program that recognizes excellence in patient care related to wound healing. The goal of the program is to acknowledge, encourage and promote facilities whose wound care performance exceeds industry standards.

Whereas average wound healing in the United States is between 43–57% based on the type of wound, Windsor Gardens of Long Beach’s performance for the time period July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 reached 68.2%, with zero hospital readmissions due to wounds.

“I feel privileged to work with such a dedicated team of staff members and am proud of their achievement,” says Reza Amini, administrator at Windsor Gardens of Long Beach. “Their hard work and selfless patient-care deserves to be recognized.”

“Congratulations on your accomplishment!” says Dr. Bardia Anvar, Founder and CEO of Skilled Wound Care. “This is a significant achievement and is possible only because of the dedication of your nursing staff, working in close partnership with your trained wound care provider. We look forward to continuing helping you enhance the quality of life for your residents through better wound care.”

Windsor Gardens of Long Beach is now striving to achieve the CHOICE Plus and CHOICE Preferred Certification, representing a 75% and 85% healing average, respectively.

Windsor Recognizes “Shining Stars” at Semi-Annual Luncheon

October 23rd, 2019

Windsor held their semi-annual Shining Star Luncheon last week. The luncheon recognizes staff who demonstrate the Windsor core values in an exceptional way. Twice a year, every facility selects one Shining Star to represent their building. Winners from our four regions gather with their family, friends, and Windsor leadership to enjoy a paid day off and an exclusive lunch.

The Arizona and Southern California luncheon was hosted at the Sheraton Universal Hotel in Universal City. And the Northern and Central California luncheon was hosted at Skates by the Bay restaurant in Berkeley.

Congratulations to all the winners!

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA WINNERS:
Front Row – L to R
Maria Gonzalez – Hayward
Mabel Umpig – Post Acute Hayward
Parmila Chetty – El Camino
Teresa Perez – Country Drive
Johannah Buenafe – Monterey
Diane Venter – Ridge
Delorus Beard – Modesto
Karol Ford – RDO

Back Row
Juan Limon - Concord
Laye Niang – RDO
Tim Lehner – COO
Alma Lewis – Salinas
Jahmila Parris – Vallejo

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WINNERS:
Front Row L- R

Pedro Villasana – Fullerton
Greg Davis – RDO
Cicinio Erum – San Diego
Liliana Rodriguez – Westlake
Darrian Harrison – Austin House
Ganelly Mercado – Court

Back Row

Ana Maria Alvarado – Terrace
Rosa Campos – North Long Beach
Yolanda Sanchez – Cheviot Hills
Mila Azurin – Artesia
Ebele Onyeanusi – Hawthorne
Nida Burrell – Valley
Tim Lehner - COO
Consuelo (Sol) Natividad – Los Angeles
April Kaneaster – Golden Hill
Cherisse Horton – Maryland Gardens
Erik Gonzalez – Arvin
David Slazenski – Ridgecrest
Jeron Walker –RDO