Watch List: Our Lady of The Valley
FOIA Data Base – The Law Office of Jeffrey Downey Serving clients in Washington D.C., Virginia and Maryland
If you have been injured in a nursing home or assisted living facility, call the law office of Jeffrey J. Downey for a free consultation.
Phone: 703-564-7318; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Lady of The Valley 650 North Jefferson Street Roanoke, VA 24016
- Non-Profit Corporation with 70 certified beds
- Legal Business Name – Our Lady of the Valley,
- Website: ourladyofthevalley.com
Operator Managerial Control – Francis Dilorenzo
As of February 11, 2021 – Our Lady of The Valley is listed as a three-star facility by the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services, according to Medicare.gov
A note by attorney Jeffrey J. Downey about researching nursing homes:
Thank you for visiting my website. Anyone who is considering the admission of a loved one into a nursing home should undertake a review of surveys or other data that will provide a snapshot of some of the issues or problems that the facility is experiencing. Keep in mind that this information can be limited and may not reflect the actual condition of the facility when your loved one is admitted. You should consider personal visits of any facility you are evaluating.
The Virginia Department of Health inspects nursing home facilities including Our Lady of The Valley in Roanoke, Virginia. Periodically they do inspections as complaint surveys which should be public record. State law requires that all nursing facilities obtain a license to operate in Virginia. In Virginia, nursing facilities and inspected every two years under the state licensure and on an average of 12 months under Medicare/Medicaid certification. When the Virginia Office of Licensure and Certification (OLC) conducts inspections and investigations in response to complaints received from the public, the identity of the complainant and the identity of any patient who is the subject of the complaint, or identified therein, shall be treated as confidential and shall not be open to inspection by members of the public. Nothing contained herein shall prevent the OLC or its employees from making reports under §63.2- 1603 et. seq. of the Code of Virginia. (Ref. §32.1- 127.1:03 of the Code of Virginia) You can register a complaint by mailing to Virginia Department of Health, Office of Licensure and Certification, Virginia Department of Health, 9960 Maryland Drive, Suite 401, Henrico, VA 23233-1463 or via email at OLC- Complaints@vdh.virginia.gov or Fax to (804) 527-4503.
For Assisted Living Facilities in the Virginia, you may call directly or send in a complain online at https://www.dss.virginia.gov/about/email_licensing_complaint.cgi. There is a 24-hour number at (888) 832-3858 to report abuse of an elderly person.
Having already researched Our Lady of The Valley and obtained FOIA responses, I am posting these statements of deficiencies here, in a searchable format. Keep in mind that these surveys have been altered during the conversion process and you should update your search results.
I am interested in any additional information you may have on this facility. Please call me with any question about this or any other facility you may be interested in searching or prosecuting civilly for patient neglect or abuse.
Disclaimer: Information is built using data sources published by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) under Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). The information disclosed on the NPI Registry are FOIA-disclosable and are required to be disclosed under the FOIA and the FOIA amendments to the FOIA. There is no way to ‘opt out’ or ‘suppress’ the NPPES record data for health care providers with active NPls. Some documents may not be accurately copied or some results may have changed upon appeal, which may not be noted here.