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E-MAIL TO THE EDITOR: State Rates Bridgeport Place 100 Percent Free of Deficiencies

The findings of the inspection include every aspect of operations from administration to nursing to business and medical record-keeping, to food service, housekeeping, maintenance and facilities.

Executive Director Sandra E. Nelson and her staff of 40 team members at Bridgeport Place Retirement and Assisted Living are celebrating the conclusion of a successful State inspection. 

Upon completion of the comprehensive annual survey Bridgeport Place was rated 100% Deficiency-Free. The findings of the inspection include every aspect of operations from administration to nursing to business and medical recordkeeping, to food service, housekeeping, maintenance and facilities: no deficiencies whatsoever.

Nelson credits her cohesive team for their dedication to providing the best possible environment and services for the seniors who call Bridgeport Place home.  Nelson has served as executive director for the past five years.  Bridgeport Place marked its 10th Anniversary in August.  The management team and staff include several other longtime employees who have been with the community since ground was broken and construction was begun on the site more than ten years ago.

Ryan Ramsdell, Soundcare, Inc. Vice Chairman sent a letter of congratulations marking the achievement stating, “On behalf of the Shareholders and Soundcare Board of Directors, I wish to congratulate you on another Deficiency-Free Survey!”

Soundcare, Inc., with corporate headquarters in University Place, Washington also owns and operates University Place Care Center, in University Place, Messenger House Care Center on Bainbridge Island, and Nisqually Valley Care Center, in McKenna.  http://www.soundcareinc.com.

Sue Ring December 18, 2011 at 06:17 PM
Of course they had a 100% defficiency free inspection. UP is lucky to have such a great team who makes a tremendous contribution to University Place. Congratulations.

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