Welcome to the Los Angeles County (LAC) Department of Public Health (DPH) COVID-19 Dashboard for Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs). This dashboard provides weekly information on the number of COVID-19 tests performed and persons diagnosed in LAC SNFs. The data are collected through surveys by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). Page 1 provides summaries of data across facilities and Page 2 provide facility-specific data.
1 23 facilities are in unincorporated areas and are assigned to their nearest city. Some cities listed are neighborhoods within the City of Los Angeles. Thus data for the selection "Los Angeles" excludes facilities in those LA City neighborhoods
2 Facilities with more than a 7 day supply of each of the following types of Personal Protective Equipment: Eye Protection, Gloves, Gowns, N95 Masks, Surgical Masks; see below for the definition of PPE shortages
3 Facilities responding "no" to the CDPH survey question "Do you have an urgent staffing need over the next 48 hours?"
4 Tests performed during survey week
5 There are a total of 341 SNFs in Los Angeles County; this excludes the jurisdictions of Long Beach and Pasadena (please visit their respective websites for more information); a value of less than 341 means some facilities did not submit a survey response for the specified reporting week
6 Among test results received during survey week
7 Includes cumulative cases and deaths since reporting began in March 2020, and could include cases in persons who are no longer residents or staff at the facility. For additional information on Skilled Nursing Facility-Associated COVID deaths, please see http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/locations.htm#snf-deaths
8 An outbreak is active when at least one resident has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days
9 Facilities are not required to retest staff or residents already known to be positive
10 Average number of staff present during survey week
11 Average number of resident beds occupied during survey week
California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Survey of COVID-19 testing in SNFs: This is a weekly electronic self-report survey of all SNFs in California. Dashboard data from this survey include: 1) SNF names, addresses, contact information, license numbers, and numbers of licensed beds, 2) average weekly numbers of SNF staff and residents, 3) weekly numbers of COVID-19 tests performed among SNF staff and residents, and 4) numbers of positive staff and resident results received during the survey week.
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) COVID-19 survey of SNFs collected via the National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN): This is a daily electronic self-report survey of all SNFs in the US. Dashboard data from this survey include: 1) cumulative COVID-19 cases among SNF staff and residents since January 2020, 2) new COVID-19 deaths among SNF residents and staff during the reporting week, 3) cumulative COVID-19 deaths among SNF staff and residents since January 2020, 4) SNF staffing shortages during reporting week, and 5) shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE) during reporting week.
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health: Dashboard data from LAC DPH include whether SNFs have a current COVID-19 outbreak under investigation by the department. Outbreaks are open for investigation when one or more new COVID-19 cases are identified among SNF residents. Outbreaks are closed to investigation after two consecutive rounds of response-based testing of all staff and residents yield no new positive cases.
SNF Testing Requirements:
SNFs with a current outbreak are required to test all staff and all residents during each week of the outbreak. Because known positive staff and residents and staff/residents still pending test results from the previous week do not need to be retested, it is likely that many facilities will report testing less than 100% of staff and residents in a given week.
SNFs without a current outbreak are required to test at least 25% of staff and 10% of residents each week.
Staffing and PPE shortages:
A SNF staffing shortage is defined as any “yes” response during the reporting week to the CMS survey question “Do you have an urgent staffing need over the next 48 hours?”. A SNF PPE shortage is defined as any report of less than or equal to a 7-day supply of eye protection, gloves, gowns, N95 masks or surgical masks during the reporting week.
The following 21 Skilled Nursing Facilities have a unit, floor or building set up specifically for receiving stabilized COVID+ patients from hospitals:
Alden Terrace Convalescent Hospital, Brier Oak on Sunset, Casitas Care Center, Country Villa East, Country Villa Pavilion, County Villa South, The Earlwood, The Gardens of El Monte, Glendale Post-Acute Center, Grand Park Convalescent Hospital, Hollywood Premier Healthcare Center, Kei-Ai Los Angeles Health Care Center, La Brea Rehabilitation Center, Monrovia Gardens Healthcare Center, Monte Vista Healthcare Center, Mountain View Convalescent Hospital, Play Del Rey Center, Rinaldi Convalescent Hospital, Sunray Healthcare Center, Valley Palms
More information on these facilities can be found at: http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/acd/nCorona2019/COVID19Facilities.htm