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Best Nursing Homes In Ohio: U.S. News Releases 2020 List

Posted November 10, 2020 in Articles

Author: Chris Mosby

U.S. News' annual list rates thousands of nursing homes nationwide based on care, staffing, rate of complaints, and more.

OHIO — As health care facilities continue to face an ongoing battle against the coronavirus, nearly 100 nursing homes in Ohio were recognized this week for providing outstanding care in the months leading up to the pandemic, according to a new ranking by U.S. News & World Report.

Released on Tuesday, the 2020-21 Best Nursing Homes list rates more than 15,000 nursing facilities providing care to 1.3 million people in the United States.

The purpose of the annual Best Nursing Homes list, according to U.S. News, is to help Americans better understand their options when choosing a nursing facility for themselves or a family member.

This year's list rated 953 homes in Ohio. Nearly 100 were considered high-performing in some areas.

To compile rankings, U.S. News analyzed public data available through the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Researchers looked at statistics on care, health inspections and staffing amid COVID-19 outbreaks, flu and pneumonia vaccination rates, infection control violations and more.

Joshua Tree Care Center, North Olmsted

  • Short-stay rating: High performing
  • Long-stay rating: High performing
  • Overall rating: 5

Menorah Park Center for Senior, Beachwood

  • Short-stay rating: High performing
  • Long-stay rating: High performing
  • Overall rating: 5

Ohio Living Mount Pleasant, Monroe

  • Short-stay rating: High performing
  • Long-stay rating: High performing
  • Overall rating: 5

SEM Haven Health Care Center, Milford

  • Short-stay rating: High performing
  • Long-stay rating: High performing
  • Overall rating: 5

St. Margaret Hall, Cincinnati

  • Short-stay rating: High performing
  • Long-stay rating: High performing
  • Overall rating: 5

Elisabeth Severance Prentiss Center for Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation, Cleveland

  • Short-stay rating: High performing
  • Long-stay rating: High performing
  • Overall rating: 5

Courtyard at Seasons, Cincinnati

  • Short-stay rating: High performing
  • Long-stay rating: High performing
  • Overall rating: 5

Marjorie P. Lee Retirement Community, Cincinnati

  • Short-stay rating: High performing
  • Long-stay rating: High performing
  • Overall rating: 5

Hennis Care Centre of Bolivar, Bolivar

  • Short-stay rating: High performing
  • Long-stay rating: High performing
  • Overall rating: 5

Twin Lakes, Cincinnati

  • Short-stay rating: High performing
  • Long-stay rating: High performing
  • Overall rating: 5

Heartland of Dublin, Dublin

  • Short-stay rating: High performing
  • Long-stay rating: High performing
  • Overall rating: 5

This year, California has the highest number of the top-ranked nursing homes on the list. In all, 215 nursing homes in California received a high-performing rating in short-term rehabilitation, and 135 facilities were designated high-performing in long-term care.

Florida, Illinois and New Jersey follow California for the highest number of top-ranked nursing homes.

Nursing homes in Ohio are now allowing limited visitation between residents and families, though visits are confined to common areas and not a patient's room. COVID-19 cases have spread through nursing home facilities and the Ohio Department of Health tracks those cases online.

To assist Americans in gauging their best options for long- and short-term care, U.S. News this year also added a patient safety summary on each facility's profile, which includes self-reported COVID-19 cases, safety measures taken and other related guidance concerning the pandemic.

In addition to this year's rankings, U.S. News also published companion research focused on nursing home patient safety during COVID-19 and what to expect as nursing homes resume in-person visits.

View this year's full list of Best Nursing Homes here.

Original Article: https://patch.com/ohio/beachwood/s/hb3ba/best-nursing-homes-in-ohio-u-s-news-releases-2020-list?utm_term=article-slot-4&utm_source=newsletter-daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter

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