Publicly Available Nursing Home Compliance and Quality Information
Both the New York State Department of Health (DOH) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) maintain databases of nursing homes that include information on performance and quality measures, complaints, citations, inspections, enforcement actions, and penalties taken against facilities.
The website maintained by DOH is called Nursing Home Profiles
CMS has created a tool called Care Compare to help consumers search for and select nursing homes and other health care providers
According to CMS, the information that it maintains on nursing homes should be used with other information you gather about providers and facilities in your area. In addition to reviewing the Care Compare information, you should talk to your doctor, social worker, or other health care providers when choosing a facility.
Disclosures in Accordance with Section 2829 of the New York State Public Health Law
- 2829(1) Maximum Rates for Residency and Services:
|Medicare||$500 – $1,000|
- 2829(2)(a) Facility Ownership:
Menorah Home & Hospital for the Aged & Infirm d/b/a Menorah Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing Care is a not-for-profit corporation and an affiliate of MJHS Health System.
- 2829(2)(b) Address of Landlord of Facility’s Premises:
N/A, no landlord
The facility is located at 1516 Oriental Blvd., Brooklyn, NY 11225
- 2829(2)(c) Summary of Contracts for Goods and Services Paid for with Medicare/Medicaid Funds:
Menorah contracts with multiple third-party vendors for the provision of the following goods and services: supplemental staffing (therapy, security, nursing); electronic medical records; equipment testing, maintenance, and repair (elevators, HVAC, fire system, plumbing, biomedical, kitchen, janitorial); ambulance and ambulette transportation; commercial food delivery; pharmacy; lab; mobile x-ray; linens and uniforms; waste and medical waste management; pest control and landscaping; COVID testing.