US News & World Report: Top-Rated New York Nursing Homes

US News & World Report released their annual rankings for 15,000 nursing homes across the country. The ratings are calculated using data on staffing, success in preventing emergency room visits and repeat hospitalizations, the rates of pneumonia and flu immunizations, antipsychotic use, and other factors. Rankings for each nursing home are calculated both for “short-term” performance and “long-term” performance. 

Here’s how local nursing homes stacked up against the competition, according to LoHud.com

High Performing in both Long-Term Care and Short-Term Care:

  • Helen Hayes Hospital Residential Health Care Facility in West Haverstraw
  • Helen Hayes Hospital in West Haverstraw
  • The Knolls in Valhalla
  • Kendal on Hudson in Sleepy Hollow
  • United Health Services, Binghamton Hospital in Binghamton
  • St. Joseph’s Hospital in Elmira
  • Northern Westchester Hospital Transitional Care Unit in  Mount Kisco

High Performing Long-Term Care: 

  • Conesus Lake Nursing Home in  Livonia
  • Maplewood Nursing Home in Webster
  • St. Ann’s Community in Webster
  • Good Shepherd Village at Endwell
  • St. John’s Health Care in  Rochester
  • Jewish Home of Rochester
  • Church Home of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Rochester
  • The New Jewish Home—Sarah Neuman in Mamaroneck
  • Chenango Memorial Hospital Skilled Nursing Facility in Norwich
  • The Friendly Home in Rochester
  • Fairport Baptist Homes in Fairport
  • James G. Johnston Memorial Nursing Home in Johnson City

High Performing Short-Term Care: 

  • Yorktown Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Cortlandt Manor
  • Waterview Hills Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Purdy Station
  • The Wartburg Home in Mount Vernon
  • Clifton Springs Hospital and Clinic Extended Care in Clifton Springs
  • United Hebrew Geriatric Center in New Rochelle
  • Wingate of Dutchess in Fishkill
  • The Osborne in Rye
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