LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) —
Nebraska's veterans' home in Norfolk received a perfect score on an
annual U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs health care survey.
state's Department of Health and Human Services announced Monday that
the home received the highest score for the second year in a row. The
department runs the home.
A team of nurses, dietitians and a life
safety code expert evaluated the environment of the facility, and the
level of care and services the veterans receive. The evaluators say the
facility had no deficiencies.
The facility's administrator Jerry
Eisenhauer says support from staff, service organizations and volunteers
helps maintain consistently high standards of care at the veterans'
The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services also
has veterans' facilities in Bellevue, Norfolk, Grand Island and