Harris Hill Nursing Facility, LLC
Orleans County, NY, Niagara County, NY, Monroe County, NY, Genesee County, NY, Erie County, NY
About My Business
Harris Hill Nursing Facility provides subacute and outpatient rehabilitation, 24-hour skilled nursing care, a dedicated memory care unit, Journeys palliative care and respite/short-term care.
About My Services
For more than 30 years, employees at The McGuire Group facilities have provided outstanding care to individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. We have been lauded for our continued commitment to researching technologies and funding initiatives that assist in treating our residents and supporting their family members.
In the early 1990s, we participated in the development of services for those with memory loss through the opening of our specialized Memory Care Unit at Harris Hill Nursing Facility in Williamsville.
The safe, secured unit incorporates the latest research and design enhancements to meet the needs of our residents, while our structured programming keeps them active and engaged.
Our programming goals focus on providing emotional and therapeutic care to maintain the existing strengths and abilities of each person. Special importance is placed on recognizing individuality and contributing to a resident’s
sense of self-worth.
Our Services Include:
Dementia-Specific Trained Staff - the employees on our Memory Care Units are seasoned professionals who possess extensive experience in caring for those with memory impairments. All staff receive intensive dementia-specific training followed by educational updates throughout the year.
Specialized Programs include in-house daily activities and therapeutic programs such as: Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Art Programs, Massage Therapy, Music Therapy and Recreational Activities.
Small group interaction and a variety of “therapeutic tasks” encourage participation and self-expression.
Architectural details such as secured entrances/exits, visual cues and enclosed park-like courtyards ensure our residents’ safety and independence.
Family Support Groups are held regularly.
The more information you have regarding the Memory Care services that are available, the easier it is for you to make an educated decision regarding the most appropriate level of care for your loved one. Below is a list of services offered at our facility:
- Secure Interior Environments.
- 24-hour Licensed Nursing Staff (to monitor health and medication administration).
- There is no forced discharge when the level of care changes and/or when private funds are depleted.
- Certified Nursing Assistants provide assistance with activities of daily living.
- There are no added costs for any additional services required.
s We offer in-house daily activities and therapeutic programs such as: Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Art Programs, Massage Therapy, Music Therapy, Recreational Activities and Therapeutic Tasks.
- Staff at all levels receive continuing education about caring for individuals with memory impairments.
- Our responsive pharmacy ensures that residents will have the medications they are prescribed when they need them.
Experience And Credentials
Harris Hill Nursing Facility continuously receives outstanding ratings by the Federal and State governments. View our star rankings at www.medicare.gov.
In addition, to date, New York State has released two Benchmarking Pool Results ranking more than 600 facilities using trackable measures of quality. In both reports, Harris Hill finished in the top 25%.
Fees And Payment Sources Accepted
Long-Term Care Insurance
Other insurance providers
We have a team who will work with you to maximize your benefits and help you submit applications when necessary.
Languages Spoken by Staff
Hours of Service
We provide services 24 hours a day.
All genders welcome
Age 18 and over
Licensed nursing care provided 24 hours a day
Physician care by routine visit
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
Sitting, standing, walking, and getting in and out of bed
Support groups for patients
Support groups for families and caregivers
Behavioral Support Offered for Residents Who...
Yell, curse, or act verbally aggressive
Do not sleep through the night
Pace or rummage habitually
Need prompting for their personal care
Health Condition Care
Breathing support requiring oxygen
Colostomy/urostomy care needs
Emphysema or other lung diseases
Heart disease or heart failure
Incontinence and bladder management
Management of an I.V.
Management of a feeding tube
Monitored intake of foods and liquids
Tendency to fall
There is a dedicated area for Alzheimer's and Dementia residents
Services for Alzheimer's or Dementia Residents
Family members able to join at mealtime
Family members able to participate in care plan
Specially trained staff
Safe wandering areas
Regular assessments by interdisciplinary staff
Environment that is easy to navigate
Daily planned recreational and social activities
Activities tailored to residents' abilities
Living Space Options
Private bedrooms with private bathrooms
Private bedrooms with shared bathrooms
Shared bedrooms with shared bathrooms
Short Term and Temporary Stay Options
Pets live onsite, but residents may not bring their own
Smoking accommodations are provided
Residents may bring their own furniture
24 hour controlled access
24 hour up and awake night staff
Emergency in-room call system
Fire sprinkler system
Transportation and Parking Options
Vehicle provided by facility
Additional transportation charges
Cable hook up
Private courtyard or patio
Private telephone line
Payment Sources Accepted
Long term care insurance
Number of residents in certified beds : 175
Medicare and Medicaid
Legal business name
HARRIS HILL NURSING FACILITY PTRSH
Date first approved to provide Medicare and Medicaid services : 4/8/1992
With a Resident and Family Council
Automatic fire sprinkler systems in all required areas
Harris Hill Nursing Facility, LLC exceeds average state scores in 5 of 5 areas.
Harris Hill Nursing Facility, LLC exceeds average region scores in 4 of 5 areas.
|Health Inspection Rating
|Quality Measures Rating
|Registered Nurse Staffing Rating
Harris Hill Nursing Facility, LLC exceeds average state scores in 11 of 14 areas.
Harris Hill Nursing Facility, LLC exceeds average region scores in 12 of 14 areas.
|Reported Certified Nursing Assistant staffing hours per resident per day
|Reported Licensed Practical Nurse staffing hours per resident per day
|Reported Registered Nurse staffing hours per resident per day
|Reported licensed staffing hours per resident per day
|Reported total Nurse staffing hours per resident per day
|Reported Physical Therapist staffing hours per resident per day
|Expected Certified Nursing Assistant staffing hours per resident per day
|Expected Licensed Practical Nurse staffing hours per resident per day
|Expected Registered Nurse staffing hours per resident per day
|Expected total Nurse staffing hours per resident per day
|Adjusted Certified Nursing Assistant staffing hours per resident per day
|Adjusted Licensed Practical Nurse staffing hours per resident per day
|Adjusted Registered Nurse staffing hours per resident per day
|Adjusted total Nurse staffing hours per resident per day
Quality Measures for Long-Stay Patients
Harris Hill Nursing Facility, LLC exceeds average state scores in 5 of 13 areas.
Harris Hill Nursing Facility, LLC exceeds average region scores in 5 of 13 areas.
|Percent of long stay residents whose need for help with ADLS has increased
|Percent of long stay residents who self report moderate to severe pain
|Percent of high risk long stay residents with pressure ulcers
|Percent of long stay residents who lose too much weight
|Percent of low risk long stay residents who lose control of their bowel or bladder
|Percent of long stay residents with a catheter inserted and left in their bladder
|Percent of long stay residents with a urinary tract infection
|Percent of long stay residents who have depressive symptoms
|Percent of long stay residents who were physically restrained
|Percent of long stay residents experiencing one or more falls with major injury
|Percent of long stay residents assessed and appropriately given the seasonal influenza vaccine
|Percent of long stay residents assessed and appropriately given the pneumococcal vaccine
|Percent of long stay residents who received an antipsychotic medication
Quality Measures for Short-Stay Patients
Harris Hill Nursing Facility, LLC exceeds average state scores in 2 of 5 areas.
Harris Hill Nursing Facility, LLC exceeds average region scores in 2 of 5 areas.
|Percent of short stay residents who self report moderate to severe pain
|Percent of short stay residents with pressure ulcers that are new or worsened
|Percent of short stay residents who were assessed and appropriately given the seasonal influenza vaccine
|Percent of short stay residents assessed and appropriately given the pneumococcal vaccine
|Percent of short stay residents who newly received an antipsychotic medication
Durable Medical Equipment
Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDS)
Blood Glucose Monitors and Supplies: Mail Order
Blood Glucose Monitors and Supplies: Non-Mail Order
Commodes, Urinals, and Bedpans
Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) Devices
Gastric Suction Pumps
Heat and Cold Applications
Hospital Beds: Electric
Hospital Beds: Manual
Infrared Heating Pad Systems
Canes and Crutches
Power Operated Vehicles (Scooters)
Seat Lift Mechanisms
Wheelchairs and Accessories: Standard Manual
Wheelchairs and Accessories: Standard Power
Diabetic Shoes and Inserts: Custom Fabricated
Diabetic Shoes and Inserts: Prefabricated
Nebulizer Equipment and Supplies
Oxygen Equipment and Supplies
Respiratory Suction Pumps
Ventilators, Accessories, and Supplies
CPAP, RADs, and Related Supplies and Accessories
Orthoses: Custom Fabricated
Hemodialysis Equipment and Supplies
Home Dialysis Equipment and Supplies
NY Nursing Home
License No. 1406301N
Issued by New York Department of Health
US DHHS Skilled Nursing Facility
License No. 335757
Issued by U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
Issued by Medicare
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