Salem Crossing earns deficiency-free rating

SALEM, IN — Salem Crossing has received a deficiency-free annual state inspection, a stellar achievement accomplished by a low percentage of nursing communities.

Operated by American Senior Communities at 200 Connie Avenue in Salem, the community serves seniors and others who need rehabilitation, memory care, long-term-care, skilled nursing, respite and hospice care. The Indiana State Board of Health inspects such communities to assess compliance with state standards of care, such as adequacy of staffing, quality of care and cleanliness of the facility.

A deficiency-free score is the best score a senior health community can receive.

Compassion, accountability, relationships and excellence are the core values for American Senior Communities. “These words not only form an acronym for ‘care,’ they are guiding principles that lead us every day as we serve a very special generation,” said ASC’s Chief Operating Officer David Stordy.

“We are so proud of and grateful to our team at Salem Crossing for living out these values in an exceptional way,” Stordy said. “Without this team’s high level of dedication and commitment, a deficiency-free survey would not be possible.

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