A Warminster nursing home is one of six facilities recognized for excellence by the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
Masonic Village at Warminster has received the state Department of Health’s Award for Excellence in Health Care Compliance.
Facilities receiving the award were required to have no state citations over the last three calendar years based on annual health survey inspections, according to information from the state.
“For three years now, the Department of Health has been proud to recognize exemplary nursing home facilities with these awards,” said Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Michael Wolf. “Pennsylvania is home to some of the best care available and it is our honor to showcase facilities that go above and beyond the call of duty for their residents.”
The Department of Health licenses and oversees 706 nursing homes statewide, conducting approximately 5,000 inspections annually.
Other award-winning facilities for 2014 are Lehigh Center, Genesis HealthCare (Lehigh County); Schuylkill Center, Genesis HealthCare (Schuylkill County); Pennypack Center, Genesis HealthCare (Philadelphia County); Garvey Manor (Blair County); and Sacred Heart Home (Philadelphia County).