GILLETTE, WY – Pioneer Manor long term care facility has been recognized for its participation in the Wyoming Nursing Home Quality Care Collaborative, joining 23 other long term care facilities in the state. The Collaborative is a state-based member of the National Nursing Home Quality Care Collaborative, led by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) and the Medicare Quality Improvement Organizations (QIOs).
The goal of the Collaborative is to improve care for the millions of long term care residents across the country. Pioneer Manor shares this goal and strives to instill quality and performance improvement practices, eliminate healthcare acquired conditions, improve overall quality of care and increase resident satisfaction.
“Pioneer Manor is committed to providing quality care for the residents of Campbell County and surrounding communities,” said Jonni Belden, RN, Administrator. Our quality program is recognized by both state surveyors and the Mountain Pacific Quality Health Foundation as a complete and robust quality program.”