“I feel inspired when I know I’ve made a difference. It is exciting when I come across a challenge, and then I’m able to develop a solution and roll-out training and teamwork that result in an upswing in measurable positive outcomes!”
– Michelle Chamberlain, RN
    Director of Nursing

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Pine Run Health Center
earns top 5-Star rating

Pine Run Health Center was recognized with the highest rating – five stars – by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for overall quality.

The overall quality score is comprised of a number of measures relating to health department inspections, staffing and quality measures. Click to read more.
“The five-star designation affirms the quality and skill of dedicated Associates who care for both short-term and long-term residents of Pine Run Health Center with a variety of health conditions.” — Maria Santangelo, Pine Run Executive Director
Maria Santangelo, Executive DirectorMichelle Chamberlain, RN, Director of Nursing Aruni Muhandiram-Aratchi, RN, Assistant Director of Nursing
Pine Run Health Center Receives Excellent Survey
The Pine Run Health Center was proud to receive an excellent annual survey report from the Pennsylvania Department of Health on Friday, February 23, 2018. The unscheduled nursing care inspections are conducted to make sure state and federal regulations for care are followed. Over a three-day period, the team of four surveyors visited Pine Run to audit resident records, observe protocols for care and staff interactions, as well as to interview residents and family members. They complimented Pine Run on its teamwork between staff with nurses helping aides and vice versa. In addition to being in compliance with state and federal regulations, the surveyors commented on Pine Run’s initiative in adapting to new regulations. Click to read more.

Pine Run Health Center Receives Excellent Survey
Zero-Deficiencies!
Pine Run Health Center earned a zero-deficiency survey with the Pennsylvania Department of Health on February 5, 2016. The annual survey is unannounced and is very detailed, thorough, and intense. Inspectors who act as agents for the state as well as the federal government spent four days at Pine Run, combing through charts, quizzing staff on standards of care, and conversing with patients and residents to inquire as to their personal satisfaction with Pine Run.

Zero Deficiencies!