Maple Manor has a long history of awards demonstrating its commitment to the highest quality of care. High quality of care can be attributed to being family physician-operated as well as having strong staffing ratios, nearly double the national and state averages. This means there are relatively more nurses and aides for every patient at Maple Manor.
Medicare started the Five Star rating in 2007. Medicare's Five Star rating is the highest score for quality of care. Maple Manor of Wayne has a long history of Five Star ratings by Medicare. Medicare’s Five Star rating is a national system to compare the quality of care. Maple Manor was ranked as a Top Facility by Medicare, out of 417 nursing homes in Michigan, and among 16,000 nursing homes across the country.
Maple Manor has secured the coveted Medicare Certification. Maple Manor meets all the high standards and it complies with all strict rules and regulations of Medicare.
Maple Manor of Wayne has a long history of outstanding compliance, starting since day one. To date, we have received five Perfect Surveys with Zero Citations. This is nearly impossible!! Every year, five independent state surveyors make a surprise visit to our facility. They conduct an intense 1 week inspection searching for any deficiencies in nursing, therapy, dietary, housekeeping, laundry, maintenance, and overall operations. If you are comparing facilities, just ask how many citations were on their last State Survey.
Following the same footsteps, Maple Manor of Novi, which opened in mid 2014, has already received the Medicare Five Star Award in 2015 and 2016.
U.S. News & World Report has compiled data on nursing homes nationwide and it has ranked Maple Manor Rehab Center as one of America’s Best. U.S. News & World Report, March 13, 2009.
Detroit Free Press has complied data on nursing homes on 417 nursing homes in Michigan and it has recognized Maple Manor Rehab Center as a Top Facility in the Tri-County Area. Detroit Free Press, December 18, 2008.
Maple Manor achieved the prestigious JCAHO Accreditation. The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Organizations establishes the highest standard for quality of health care. All hospitals are required to be JCAHO Accredited, whereas it is voluntary for nursing homes. Maple Manor decided to be JCAHO Accredited to demonstrate its commitment to the highest quality of health care. Now that all of our JCAHO policies and procedures are already in place, we decided not to renew our accreditation.
The Beautification Award was bestowed upon Maple Manor in 2007. Voted and recognized by the Wayne Beautification Committee for demonstrating commitment to neighborhood beautification, superior property maintenance, attractive landscape design, sharp attention to detail, and overall grand appearance.