Rumford Community Home has been named a recipient of the 2019 Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award, presented by the American College of Health Care Administrators. Only 7 percent of skilled nursing facilities nationwide qualify for this prestigious honor.
Under the leadership of Administrator Amanda Nelson, RCH has met the exacting standards of quality and safety for this award. The award recipients are identified using publicly collected data from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services along with survey data evaluated by an independent third party.
“The work that the RCH team does every day on behalf of our patients and their families is extraordinary,” said Nancy Ban, Vice President of Operational Innovation and Integration for Central Maine Healthcare. “All of their work ties back to a focus on quality and service on behalf of our patients and Central Maine Healthcare is extremely proud of RCH for this much-deserved recognition.”
Rumford Community Home is a long-term care facility. Its 85 beds include residential care, nursing care, and a specialized section for Alzheimer’s care. Rumford Community Home offers a wide range of rehabilitation services including physical, occupational, and speech therapy. Our team of technical and professional staff are qualified to provide a continuation of treatment begun in the hospital setting. These services may include, but are not limited to: rehabilitation therapy, wound care, nutritional services and teaching, teaching self-administration of medications, surgical care, and pain management.