Village Green Retirement Campus receives deficiency-free score

Village Green Retirement Campus in Federal Way has earned a deficiency-free state survey.

This rating is the best score an assisted living community can receive in the state and throughout the country.

“Superior care of our residents is our highest priority,” Lisa Valdes, Village Green general manager, said. “Receiving a deficiency-free rating requires good communication among staff members, a shared vision of excellence, and dedication at every level to provide the highest quality of care and service to our residents.”

The Department of Social and Health Services conducts unannounced inspections at regular 12 to 18 month intervals.

The rigorous process includes a review of resident’s clinical records, a thorough tour of the facility and interviews with residents and staff to evaluate resident quality of care, quality of life, environmental services, dietary services and fire safety.

Village Green Retirement Campus serves seniors in both independent and assisted living. For more information, call 253-838-3700, or visit www.VillageGreenRetirement.com.

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