Mar 12
North Seattle residents often choose the Health Care Center at Ida Culver House Broadview for short-term rehabilitation.

Five-Stars for Ida Culver House Broadview Health Care Center

Ida Culver House Broadview Health Care Center, which provides short-term rehabilitation, skilled nursing, and advanced memory care services, was recognized by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) with a five-star rating. The five-star rating is the highest rating available to skilled nursing facilities in the U.S.

“The name Ida Culver House Broadview is synonymous with high quality care in Seattle,” says Ida Culver House Broadview Health Care Center Administrator, Rosie Velasco. “Having our care team and community recognized by the national authority on quality senior care is a pride point for all of us.”

The Ida Culver House Broadview Health Care Center was recognized with five-stars because of its:

  • Staffing – The community holds much higher than average staffing ratios for the state as well as the nation.
  • Quality Measures – CMS rates communities on 11 physical and clinical measures which are reviewed during unannounced annual inspections.
  • Ida Culver House Broadview has earned a reputation for getting residents stronger, healthier, and independent before returning home.

Ida Culver House Broadview Health Care Center is affiliated with UW Medicine long-term care service, as well as University of Washington Schools of Nursing and Pharmacy.

Additionally, the team at Ida Culver House Broadview Health Care Center is looking forward to the continued elevation of its offerings. Renovation work begins in the Health Care Center this spring.

“Small improvements every day are what we are working toward at Ida Culver House Broadview Health Care Center,” says Velasco. “The renovation work will give us more beautiful surroundings that enhance the recovery process.”

More information about the Ida Culver House Broadview Health Care Center can be found here.  Specific questions about care are best handled with a conversation at 206-204-5294.