CENTRAL VIRGINIA TRAINING CENTER

The information listed below provides an in-depth look into the type and quality of care offered at Central Virginia Training Center. It is important to note that when evaluating if a nursing home is right for you or a loved one, ratings should not be taken as the sole deciding factor, but as one of many aspects to be considered.

Address

CENTRAL VIRGINIA TRAINING CENTER
PO BOX 1098
LYNCHBURG, VA 24505
(434) 947-6960

Nursing Home Ratings

Health Inspections
Quality Measures
Nursing Staff
R.N. Staff Only
Overall Rating

Percent of Beds Occupied

78%

Number of Residents and Certified Beds

  • Residents: 81
  • Certified Beds: 104

This Facility Accepts

  • Medicare
  • Medicaid

Operational Details

  • Operated By Government - State
  • Offers Both Resident and Family Counseling Services
  • This Facility is Not Part of a Chain or Franchise

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Rating Details For Central Virginia Training Center

Nursing Staff -

The nursing staff is the most important part of what determines the quality of care and comfort of a resident in a nursing home. Government regulations set expectations on time spent with each resident based on the services being provided. The breakdown below lists the nursing types (RN, LPN, LVN, CNA) and a comparison of the reported and expected hours per resident per day.

Nursing Hours Per Resident Per DayReportedExpected
Registered Nurse (RN) Hours1 Hour and 11 Minutes1 Hour and 6 Minutes
Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse (LPN/LVN) Hours49 Minutes45 Minutes
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Hours2 Hours and 43 Minutes2 Hours and 36 Minutes
Total Licensed Nurse Hours1 Hour and 60 Minutes1 Hour and 51 Minutes
Total Nurse Hours4 Hours and 43 Minutes4 Hours and 27 Minutes

Quality of Care -

Medicare determines quality of care ratings for nursing facilities by surveying several "quality measures", which are broken down into long-term and short-term stay residents, as well as if the action is preventive or if there is a deficiency in the quality of care. State averages for Virginia are also provided for comparison purposes. Note: Figures below are averaged over the past nine months.

This FacilityVirginia Average

Long-Term Stay Preventive Actions

Percent of Long-Stay Residents Who Were Assessed and Given Pneumococcal Vaccination90-100%90%
Percent of Long-Stay Residents Given Influenza Vaccination During the Flu Season90-100%92%

Long-Term Stay Deficiencies

Percent of Long-Stay Residents Who Were Physically Restrained-2%
Percent of High-Risk Long-Stay Residents Who Have Pressure Sores-11%
Percent of Long-Stay Residents Who Are More Depressed or Anxious-15%
Percent of Long-Stay Residents Who Lose Too Much Weight4%9%
Percent of Long-Stay Residents Who Had a Urinary Tract Infection4%10%
Percent of Long-Stay Residents Who Have Moderate to Severe Pain-3%
Percent of Long-Stay Residents Whose Need for Help with Daily Activities Has Increased11%17%
Percent of Long-Stay Residents Who Have/Had a Catheter Inserted and Left in Their Bladder4%4%
Percent of Long-Stay Residents Who Spend Most of Their Time in Bed or in a Chair-6%

Short-Term Stay Preventive Actions

Percent of Short-Stay Residents Who Were Assessed and Given Pneumococcal Vaccination90-100%82%
Percent of Short-Stay Residents Given Influenza Vaccination During the Flu Season90-100%83%

Health Inspection Details -

All Medicare and/or Medicaid certified nursing home must undergo health inspections on average once a year, but may be more frequent if the facility is peforming poorly. These inspections cover most aspects of life in a nursing home, and are broken down into deficiencies types, which including: Pharmacy Service, Administration, Resident Rights, Nutrition and Dietary, Resident Assessment, Environmental, and Mistreatment. Below are the list of deficiencies found by inspectors in the past few years along with the degree of harm and how many residents may have been affected. Note: The most recent health survey was on 08/12/2010.

Degree of Harm

  • - Potential for Minimal Harm
  • - Minimal Harm or Potential for Harm
  • - Resident Harmed
  • - Immediate Jeopardy to Resident Health

Residents Affected

  • - Isolated
  • - Some Residents
  • - Many Residents
Deficiencies Found By InspectorsDegree of HarmResidents Affected

Environmental

Provide Clean Bed and Bath Linens That Are in Good Condition.
  • Inspection Date: 08/20/2009
  • Correction Date: 09/30/2009
Have a Program to Keep Infection from Spreading.
  • Inspection Date: 08/12/2010
  • Correction Date: 09/24/2010

Nutrition and Dietary

Store, Cook, and Give out Food in a Safe and Clean Way.
  • Inspection Date: 08/20/2009
  • Correction Date: 09/30/2009

Quality Care

Make Sure That Residents with Reduced Range of Motion Get Proper Treatment and Services to Increase Range of Motion.
  • Inspection Date: 06/12/2008
  • Correction Date: 07/15/2008

Resident Assessment

Make Sure All Assessments Are Accurate, Coordinated by an Rn, Done by the Right Professional, and Are Signed by the Person Completing Them.
  • Inspection Date: 08/20/2009
  • Correction Date: 09/30/2009

Fire Safety

Nursing homes certified by Medicare and/or Medicaid are required to have fire safety inspections to meet Life Safety Code (LSC) standards. Below is a list of deficiencies that Central Virginia Training Center had in recent fire safety inspections. This information can be used to see if all standards were met, the degree of harm, the number of residents affected, and the date when deficiencies were corrected. Note: The most recent fire safety survey was on 08/18/2010.

Degree of Harm

  • - Potential for Minimal Harm
  • - Minimal Harm or Potential for Harm
  • - Resident Harmed
  • - Immediate Jeopardy to Resident Health

Residents Affected

  • - Isolated
  • - Some Residents
  • - Many Residents
Deficiencies Found By InspectorsDegree of HarmResidents Affected

Automatic Sprinkler Systems

Automatic Sprinkler Systems That Have Been Maintained in Working Order.
  • Inspection Date: 06/16/2008
  • Correction Date: 07/16/2008
Automatic Sprinkler Systems That Have Been Maintained in Working Order.
  • Inspection Date: 08/25/2009
  • Correction Date: 10/14/2009

Building Construction

Approved Construction Type or Materials.
  • Inspection Date: 08/18/2010
  • Correction Date: 10/27/2010

Building Service Equipment

Properly Constructed Linen or Trash Chutes.
  • Inspection Date: 06/16/2008
  • Correction Date: 07/31/2008

Corridor Walls and Doors

Corridor and Hallway Doors That Block Smoke.
  • Inspection Date: 06/16/2008
  • Correction Date: 07/16/2008

Hazardous Area

Construction That Can Resist Fire for One Hour or an Approved Fire Extinguishing System.
  • Inspection Date: 08/18/2010
  • Correction Date: 10/27/2010
Properly Installed Hallway Dispensers for Alcohol-Based Hand Rub.
  • Inspection Date: 08/18/2010
  • Correction Date: 10/27/2010

Smoke Compartmentation and Control

Walls or Barriers That Prevent Smoke from Passing Through and Would Resist Fire for at Least One Hour.
  • Inspection Date: 06/16/2008
  • Correction Date: 07/31/2008

Vertical Openings

Proper Stairway Enclosures and Vertical Shafts.
  • Inspection Date: 08/18/2010
  • Correction Date: 10/27/2010
Source: Medicare Nursing Home Compare; Department of Health of Virginia - Center for Quality Health Care Services and Consumer Protection - Retrieved 2011