Waldron Health and Rehab Center is an award winning facility!
2017 Pinnacle Customer Experience Award™
2016 Best In Class Award
2016 Providigm's Embracing Quality Award
2016 Shelby News Best of the Best
#1 Inpatient/Outpatient Rehab
#1 Place to work
#1 Boss, Bill Pierce Executive Director
#1 Administrative Assistant, Shaunda Kincaid
#1 Voted Skilled Nursing Facility Best Nurse, Cathy Lawson RN Director of Nursing Services
4 Star Rating - Waldron Health and Rehab Center has a 4 Star rating by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid in 2016!
2015 Chairman's Award Recipient (facility of the year)
2015 Operational Excellence Award
2015 Covenant Care Safety Award
2015 AHCA/NCAL Silver Achievement in Quality Award Winner
2015 Readers Choice Awards by The Shelbyville News
Best of the Best Skilled Nursing Healthcare Facility
Runner Up Overall Best Healthcare Facility
Best of the Best Rehab Inpatient/Outpatient
Best of the Best Place to Work
Best Boss- Bill Pierce, Executive Director
Best Administrative Assistant- Shaunda Kincade
Best Skilled Nursing Facility Nurse- Cathy Lawson, DON
4 Star Rating - Waldron Health and Rehab Center has a 4 Star rating by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid in 2014!
2nd HIGHEST discharge to home rate in Covenant Care Corporation and 17% higher than the national average in 2014
Clinical Excellence Award 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016
"Best of the Best" Boss Award - Executive Director Bill Pierce recognized for 9 consecutive years (2008-2016) with the "Best of the Best" Boss award.
2013 AANAC Administrator of the Year, Bill Pierce
Waldron Health and Rehab Center has received a high ranking of five stars overall in U.S. News & World Report's 2011 Best Nursing Homes, available online at www.usnews.com/nursinghomes.
The rankings highlight facilities across the nation providing high-quality care and are a worthwhile tool for millions of elderly Americans and their families in search of a nursing home. U.S. News's Best Nursing Homes profiles more than 15,000 facilities and ranks them by state, using data and quality rankings from the federal government. The rankings are updated quarterly.
The rankings rely on information from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the federal agency that sets and enforces quality standards for all homes enrolled in Medicare or Medicaid. Homes receive an overall rating of one to five stars from the government based on the number of stars earned in three categories: health inspections, nurse staffing and quality of care.
Facilities that ranked highest in Best Nursing Homes 2011 earned overall five-star ratings in all three categories. Only about one home in seven met this standard.