Regency Heights Of Stamford Receives "Deficiency Free" Rating On State Survey
02/08/2011

Regency Heights of Stamford, formerly known as Courtland Gardens, has received a deficiency free survey from the State of Connecticut Department of Public Health.

Online PR News – 08-February-2011 – – Regency Heights of Stamford, formerly known as Courtland Gardens, has received a deficiency free survey from the State of Connecticut Department of Public Health.

Nursing facilities are inspected and evaluated yearly by the Department of Public Health to ensure the facility is in compliance with federal and state regulations. On average, less than one percent of all Connecticut nursing facilities receive a deficiency free survey.

Inspection surveys are unannounced and conducted on-site over a several day period. The inspection team evaluates all aspects of resident care and nursing facility procedures and practices, assessing facility compliance with hundreds of specific state and federal standards.

“At Regency Heights of Stamford, the needs and well-being of our residents come first,” said Grace Flight, administrator, Regency Heights of Stamford. “Every member of our staff is truly dedicated to this community, and this achievement is testament to our ongoing commitment to our residents and families.”

“We are truly honored the facility has achieved this survey result. At Regency Heights of Stamford, we inherited a dedicated team of professionals who deliver only the highest level of patient care,” adds Jonathan Neagle, regional director of operations, Regency Healthcare Management, LLC, which manages Regency Heights of Stamford. “While compliance is key in such a highly regulated industry, the survey findings underscore our goal of creating an environment of excellence in meeting and exceeding our residents’ needs.”

Regency Healthcare is affiliated with Michigan-based Ciena Healthcare.

About Regency Heights of Stamford
Regency Heights of Stamford is a leading provider of skilled nursing care for the residents of Fairfield County. The 156-bed community offers three care units including short-term rehabilitation, dementia specialty care and long-term care, all in a comfortable, friendly atmosphere.
For more information, call Regency Heights of Stamford at 203-351-8300.

About Ciena Healthcare
The Ciena Healthcare organization is comprised of 35 skilled nursing communities located in Michigan and four communities located in Connecticut, managed by Regency Healthcare Management, LLC. Ciena communities are diverse and collectively serve all nursing care needs from short-term rehabilitation stays to long-term residency. Founded in 1998, Ciena Healthcare communities offer a holistic approach to patient care, fully committed to residents’ needs and well being while also promoting their independence. Ciena’s vision is to change the way nursing communities are operated and perceived by providing and developing communities that feature private rooms, ambiance, attention to detail, quality food preparations and 24-hour dining options, all delivered by high quality, compassionate and dedicated professional, support staff. For more information, visit www.cienafacilities.com or call (248) 386-0300.