When a loved one needs
long-term care, we understand that you want the best possible nursing
care, an outstanding facility, and daily activities that are meaningful
and engaging. All that—and the assurance that your loved one will be
treated like family—is just a short drive away at Coffey County
Hospital's long-term care unit, Sunset Manor in Waverly. By continually focusing on the well-being of our residents, Sunset Manor is raising the bar for nursing home care in eastern Kansas.
Sunset Manor earned an unprecedented sweep in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services annual star-rating system. Sunset Manor earned a perfect five stars in each category: quality, health inspection, quality measures, staffing, RN staffing. That’s 25 gold stars! Based upon these scores, US News & World Report named Sunset Manor a 2021-2022 Best Nursing Home.
Your loved one will benefit from:
CMS maintains a “composite score” system in which quality of care based on 13 quality
measures. The lower the score, the better. The goal for Kansas nursing homes is 6, but Sunset Manor’s scored under 2.0. Our team works together to exceed
these national goals. But more importantly, they work every day to
exceed the expectations of our residents and their families.
Some of the measures that go into nursing home quality include a low rate of falls resulting in injury, an emphasis
on maintaining or improving daily living skills, and reduced reporting of moderate to severe pain. Sunset Manor also reports low percentages
of psychotropic medications, catheter usage, urinary tract infections,
incontinence, pressure ulcers, depression, and weight loss. We also maintain high rates of vaccination for influenza and pneumonia.
Sunset Manor is a Medicaid-certified facility.
We gladly accept private pay and long-term care insurance.
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Coffey Health System does not discriminate against any person on the
basis of race, color, national origin, disability, or age in admission,
treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or
in employment.For further information about this policy, contact: Joben Rieth at 620-364-2121; TDD/State Relay 711 Kansas Relay.