Contact Information of Washington Nursing Dialysis
Dialysis facility name: Washington Nursing Dialysis
Washington Nursing Dialysis address:2425 25TH STREET SE
WASHINGTON, DC 20020
Washington Nursing Dialysis phone number: (202) 678-0036
Ownership Information of Washington Nursing Dialysis
Type of Ownership: 1
Washington Nursing Dialysis Corporate Name:DAVITA
Facility's Initial Date of Medicare Certification: Nov 04, 2009
Services Information of Washington Nursing Dialysis
Shifts Starting at 5 PM or Later: No
Number of Hemodialysis Stations in Washington Nursing Dialysis:9
Does Washington Nursing Dialysis offer In-Center Hemodialysis? Yes
Does Washington Nursing Dialysis offer Peritoneal Dialysis?No
Does Washington Nursing Dialysis offer Home Hemodialysis Training? No
Quality Measures of Washington Nursing Dialysis
Measure Percent for Washington Nursing Dialysis State Average National Average
Percent of Medicare patients whose anemia (low red blood cell count) wasn't controlled: hemoglobin value less than 10.0 g/dL during the period of 01JAN2012-31DEC2012 11 12 10
Percent of Medicare patients whose anemia (low red blood cell count) wasn't controlled: hemoglobin value greater than 12.0 g/dL during the period of 01JAN2012-31DEC2012 0 1 1
Percentage of the facility's hemodialysis patients with a urea reduction ratio (URR) of 65% or greater during the period of 01JAN2012-31DEC2012 100 99 98
Percentage of the facility's adult hemodialysis (HD) patients with Kt/V greater than or equal to 1.2 during the period of 01JAN2012-31DEC2012 97 91 89
Percentage of the facility's adult peritoneal dialysis (PD) patients with Kt/V greater than or equal to 1.7 during the period of 01JAN2012-31DEC2012 The facility does not provide peritoneal dialysis 88 79
Percentage of the facility's pediatric hemodialysis (HD) patients with Kt/V greater than or equal to 1.2 during the period of 01JAN2012-31DEC2012 The facility does not provide hemodialysis to pediatric patients 63 77
Percentage of the facility's adult patients who received treatment through an arterial venous fistula during the period of 01JAN2012-31DEC2012 53 55 61
Percentage of the facility's adult patients who had a catheter (tube) left in a vein longer than 90 days for their regular hemodialysis treatments during the period of 01JAN2012-31DEC2012 13 10 12
Patient Survival: Standardized Mortality Ratio of Washington Nursing Dialysis
Patient Survival for the period of 01Jan2008-31Dec2011 Better than expected As expected Worst than expected
Survival Categories for all the 5362 facilities with data available in US 434 4384 544
Survival Categories for all the 17 facilities with data available in District of Columbia 2 14 1
The Patient Survival Ratio for Washington Nursing Dialysis is: Worse than Expected
Patient Hospitalization: Standardized Hospitalization Ratio for Admission of Washington Nursing Dialysis
Patient Hospitalization for the period of 01Jan2011-31Dec2011 Better than expected As expected Worst than expected
Patient Hospitalization for all the 5408 facilities with data available in US 44 5114 250
Patient Hospitalization for all the 17 facilities with data available in District of Columbia 0 17 0
The Patient Hospitalization Ratio for Washington Nursing Dialysis is: As Expected

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