As health care facilities continue to face an ongoing battle against the coronavirus, we are proud to be recognized for care in the months leading up to the pandemic, according to a new ranking by U.S. News & World Report.
Understanding Long-Term Care Rating
Long-Term Ratings Methodology
U.S. News Long-Term Care Ratings define each eligible nursing home as High Performing, Average, or Below Average in the care for people in need of daily assistance with medical and nonmedical needs. The data used to evaluate these homes come from the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and include metrics of nurse staffing, adherence to best practices in preventive care and resident safety, and minimizing the need for and use of anti-anxiety or hypnotic medications.
For details of the U.S. News methodology, please read the FAQ and the methodology report. Please note that the Long-Term Rehabilitation rating is NOT based on star ratings from Nursing Home Compare.Learn more health.usnews.com