2017-07-27 / Front Page

‘Deficiency free’ three times running



PruittHealth Washington Administrator Candy Arwood (left) and Admissions Director Julie Berry reported to the Washington Rotary Club that their skilled nursing and rehabilitation center has been found “deficiency free” for the third time in a row by the Department of Community Health. That marked the first time ever a Pruitt facility has been so recognized three straight times. PruittHealth Washington includes 47 beds and employs 55 dedicated people who are “there for the patients.” The “deficiency free” recognition “ranks our regulatory compliance as one of the top centers in Georgia,” they said. Both Arwood and Berry have been with PruittHealth for over six years. Sparky Newsome (right) was program host. PruittHealth Washington Administrator Candy Arwood (left) and Admissions Director Julie Berry reported to the Washington Rotary Club that their skilled nursing and rehabilitation center has been found “deficiency free” for the third time in a row by the Department of Community Health. That marked the first time ever a Pruitt facility has been so recognized three straight times. PruittHealth Washington includes 47 beds and employs 55 dedicated people who are “there for the patients.” The “deficiency free” recognition “ranks our regulatory compliance as one of the top centers in Georgia,” they said. Both Arwood and Berry have been with PruittHealth for over six years. Sparky Newsome (right) was program host.

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