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Oasis at Fellowship Square Historic Mesa Receives Highest Rating Possible from State Health Services
Zero Deficiency Rating Ranks Community Top Among Peers
MESA, Ariz. (July 28, 2015)--The Oasis at Fellowship Square Historic Mesa, an Assisted Living community, at 22 West 9th Place in Mesa, was found to be deficiency free at a recent inspection that occurred on June 23. The Arizona Department of Health Services’ Bureau of Residential Facilities Licensing conducted the inspection and is responsible for licensing and regulating the state’s residential healthcare facilities, including Assisted Living Centers/Homes.
A “zero deficiency” is the highest rating an Assisted Living community can receive.
Maureen Bradley, Assisted Living Manager at Fellowship Square Historic Mesa said, “A zero deficiency rating is not easy to achieve and I am incredibly proud of all of the employees who worked together to make this happen. This group effort shows diligence and responsibility in every area, from medical records and practices to housekeeping and dining services. This means a lot to families who can rest assured that their loved one resides in a top notch facility that is operated by conscientious people who sincerely care about the residents.”
The Oasis Assisted Living apartments are for individuals who require assistance with some of life’s everyday tasks. The apartments feature private baths with walk-in showers, kitchenette and room for special belongings to make one feel at home. Residents are offered are three meals per day, 24-hour caregiver assistance, emergency call system, medication management, personal care, housekeeping and laundry service, transportation as well as numerous recreational and fitness activities and social events.
Kristie Larsen, Executive Director of Fellowship Square Historic Mesa added, “With approximately one in four Arizonans considered to be a baby boomer, there is an unprecedented opportunity to care for and assist an older population. Today, more than 2,100 seniors live in a Christian Care community. Our motivation is unchanged and these results show that we truly practice our company’s mission statement, which reads: Motivated by Christian love and concern, we strive to provide quality and responsive senior housing, hospitality and healthcare services.”
The Oasis of Fellowship Square Historic Mesa is a part of Christian Care Companies, the largest non-profit provider of senior care in Arizona.
About Christian Care Companies: Christian Care is comprised of twenty-five non-profit corporations organized by the 74 non-denominational Christian Churches of Arizona to provide safe and affordable senior housing. Listed as one of the largest non-profit senior living providers in the United States according to the AAHSA/Ziegler 100 survey. The Christian Care entities enjoy a strong community base and an excellent reputation as a caring and quality provider of housing and support services to the elderly and physically handicapped in the Phoenix, Mesa, Cottonwood and Tucson communities since 1981. Success in developing affordable housing with supportive services involves thorough planning and keen insight into the future needs of residents, and the needs of the elderly in the community at large. For more information visit www.christiancare.org.