Newsweek Magazine recently recognized eight American Senior Communities (ASC) nursing homes as “America’s Best Nursing Homes,” with one community, Greenwood Meadows, ranking ninth in the country. The annual ranking identified 750 top nursing homes across 25 states, analyzing data from over 12,000 nursing homes in the U.S.
In the 150+ bed category, an impressive total of six communities were selected out of only thirteen Indiana facilities achieving a ranking. These six communities included:
- Coventry Meadows – Fort Wayne
- Eastlake Nursing & Rehabilitation – Elkhart
- Greenwood Meadows – Greenwood
- Heritage Park – Fort Wayne
- North Woods Village – Kokomo
- Rosegate – Indianapolis
The rankings are based on data sources including performance data, peer recommendations and management of COVID-19. For the first time, resident satisfaction data for nursing homes based on National Safey Goals and Google Scores has been added to the scoring model.
“The communities receiving this outstanding achievement both regionally and nationwide is a testament to the exceptional level of care and dedication these teams consistently provide to their residents,” said American Senior Communities CEO, Steve Van Camp. “Their commitment to maintaining high standards of healthcare, safety, and overall resident well-being is truly something to celebrate.”
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