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UHS-Pruitt Core Values: Quality of Expertise, Quality of Care, Quality of Service and Quality of Life.
 

At UHS-Pruitt Corporation, we believe in the future of health care innovations, but we haven’t forgotten our main street roots. That’s why our focus is set squarely on providing peace of mind to our patients, residents, and clients as well as their families.  

Our number one priority is quality care. As a family-owned health care organization founded in 1969, our story is one of family and community. Just like the oak tree UHS-Pruitt Oak Tree we have strong roots and a solid foundation that allow us to deliver quality care to meet the changing needs of our patients.      

Our health care centers offer a wide range of care options, including short-term rehabilitation to get you well and back home again, or more traditional care in a skilled nursing home setting.   

But we are more than our award winning skilled nursing centers. We also offer home health, hospice, rehabilitation, pharmaceutical and medical supply, care management, and other health care related services. Our integrated care model is governed by a stringent commitment to quality: quality of expertise, quality of care, quality of service and, most of all, quality of life.  

UHS-Pruitt is proud to be a family-owned community of services, and our customers rest easy knowing their loved one is a valued member of our family.   

 

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UHS-Pruitt News
PruittHealth Advances Disease Management StrategyHudson, Ohio – January 8, 2014 – COMS Interactive (Clinical Outcomes Management System or COMS) announced today that PruittHealth, a national leader in long-term care, has chosen the Daylight IQ™ Product Suite as a key component for advancing PruittHealth’s disease management program.  Daylight IQ™ is being deployed at PruittHealth’s ninety-three facilities located throughout Georgia, North and South Carolina and Florida.

Health Care News
Nursing Homes' Drug Use Falls

 A two-year effort by the federal government and the nursing-home industry has reduced the use of powerful antipsychotic drugs among elderly nursing-home residents, but the decline fell short of the program's goal, according to U.S. officials.

The percentage of patients receiving antipsychotics fell to 21.7% in the first quarter of 2013 from an average of 23.9% in the last quarter of 2011—a 9% decrease.