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America's Best Nursing Homes 2023

Finding a nursing home for a loved one can be a difficult experience. The practical and financial issues are complex and the emotional aspects can sometimes be overwhelming. The continuing threat of COVID-19 isn't making any of that easier. To try to make the process more manageable, Newsweek has once again partnered with respected global data research firm Statista to create our annual ranking of America's Best Nursing Homes.

This year's ranking identifies the nation's top 475 facilities and are awarded by state. Nursing homes in the 25 states with the highest number of facilities were included. The total number of awardees varies per state due to different numbers of total facilities in each state. In general, we awarded approximately the top 20 percent per state.

The rankings are based on four criteria including a performance data score, a reputation score and a COVID-19 Score. This year we have added a score for facilities accredited by the Joint Commission International, an independent, non-profit healthcare standards organization which has been accrediting facilities since 1951.

We hope you will find our ranking helpful in making your own nursing home choices.

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RankFacilityCityCertified BedsMedicare/Medicaid AcceptedContinuing Care Retirement CommunityResident and Family Council
1NYC Health + Hospitals - Sea View Skilled Nursing FacilityStaten Island304Medicare and MedicaidNBoth
2Friendly Senior Living - Friendly HomeRochester157Medicare and MedicaidNResident
3Elizabeth Seton Children's CenterYonkers169MedicaidNNone
4NYC Health + Hospitals - Carter Skilled Nursing FacilityManhattan164Medicare and MedicaidNBoth
5NYC Health + Hospitals - Coler Rehabilitation & Nursing Care CenterRoosevelt Island815Medicare and MedicaidNBoth
6Jewish Home Of RochesterRochester362Medicare and MedicaidYResident
7St. Catherine of Siena Nursing & Rehabilitation CenterSmithtown240Medicare and MedicaidNResident
8NYC Health + Hospitals - Gouverneur Skilled Nursing FacilityNew York295Medicare and MedicaidNResident
9Brookhaven Health Care Facility L L CEast Patchogue160Medicare and MedicaidNResident
10Sunharbor ManorRoslyn Heights266Medicare and MedicaidNBoth
11ArchCare at Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Care CenterNew York679Medicare and MedicaidNBoth
12Queens Boulevard Extended Care FacilityWoodside280Medicare and MedicaidNBoth
13Fairport Baptist HomesFairport196Medicare and MedicaidNResident
14United Hebrew of New Rochelle - Westchester Nursing ServicesNew Rochelle296Medicare and MedicaidNBoth
15Mary Manning Walsh Nursing Home Co IncNew York362Medicare and MedicaidNBoth
16Gurwin Jewish Nursing And Rehabilitation CenterCommack460Medicare and MedicaidNBoth
17WartburgMount Vernon240Medicare and MedicaidNBoth
18Maria Regina Residence IncBrentwood188Medicare and MedicaidNResident
19Kingsway Arms Nursing and Rehabilitation CenterSchenectady160Medicare and MedicaidNBoth
20Greenfield Health & Rehab CenterLancaster160Medicare and MedicaidNResident
21Providence Rest IncBronx200Medicare and MedicaidNBoth
22ArchCare at San Vicente de PaúlBronx200Medicare and MedicaidNResident
23St Patricks HomeBronx264Medicare and MedicaidNResident
24Sitrin Health Care CenterNew Hartford188Medicare and MedicaidNResident
25St. Peter's Health Partners - Eddy Village GreenCohoes192Medicare and MedicaidNBoth
26Hillside Manor Rehab & Extended Care CenterJamaica Est400Medicare and MedicaidNBoth
27St. Mary's Healthcare - The Edward L. Wilkinson Residential Health Care FacilityAmsterdam160Medicare and MedicaidNResident
28St Johns Health Care CorporationRochester455Medicare and MedicaidNResident
29Forest View Center For Rehabilitation & NursingForest Hills160Medicare and MedicaidNResident
30Union Plaza Care CenterFlushing280Medicare and MedicaidNBoth
31The McGuire Group - Autumn View Health Care FacilityHamburg230Medicare and MedicaidNResident
32New York State Veterans' Home - OxfordOxford242Medicare and MedicaidNBoth
33Thompson Health - M.M. Ewing Continuing Care CenterCanandaigua178Medicare and MedicaidNResident
34Jamaica Hospital Nursing Home Co IncJamaica226Medicare and MedicaidNResident
35Beechwood HomesGetzville272Medicare and MedicaidNResident
36NYC Health + Hospitals - McKinneyBrooklyn320Medicare and MedicaidNBoth
37Shaker Place Rehabilitation And Nursing CenterAlbany250Medicare and MedicaidNBoth
38Daughters of Sarah Nursing & Rehabilitation CenterAlbany210Medicare and MedicaidNResident
39ArchCare at Ferncliff Nursing Home and Rehabilitation CenterRhinebeck328Medicare and MedicaidNResident
40Hamilton Park Nursing and Rehabilitation CenterBrooklyn200Medicare and MedicaidNResident
41St. Peter's Health Partners - Our Lady of Mercy Life CenterGuilderland160Medicare and MedicaidNBoth
42Terrace ViewBuffalo390Medicare and MedicaidNResident
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METHODOLOGY
AMERICA'S BEST NURSING HOMES 2023 highlights the nation's top 475 nursing homes out of 11,722 analyzed. The rankings are based on four data sources: performance data, peer recommendations, handling of COVID-19 and accreditations. Nursing homes in the 25 states with the highest number of facilities, according to the centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for 2022 were included in the study.

Statista used CMS data to determine the performance of nursing homes. For peer recommendations, Statista invited over 10,000 medical experts (registered nurses, nursing home managers and administrators, licensed practical nurses/licensed vocational nurses, nursing assistants, therapists and physicians) to an online survey. Additionally, experts from all over the U.S. could participate in the survey of the Best Nursing Homes by State on newsweek.com. Email verification was required and self-recommendation was not possible. The survey data was collected from July to August 2022. Statista and Newsweek calculated a COVID-19 score for each facility, using CMS data, to identify nursing homes which have had the best possible response and protocols during the pandemic. For the first time, nursing homes accreditations from the Joint Commission International (JCI) have been added to the scoring model (where available).
br> The overall rating is the weighted average of the performance data score (35 percent), reputation score (35 percent, COVID-19 score (25 percent) and the accreditation score (5 percent). The best 475 nursing homes are awarded with a rank in their own state, resulting in 25 individual lists.

The rankings are composed exclusively of nursing homes that are eligible regarding the scope described in here.
A mention in the ranking is a positive recognition based on peer recommendations and publicly available data sources at the time. The ranking is the result of an elaborate process which, due to the interval of data collection and analysis, is a reflection of the last calendar year. Furthermore, events preceding or following the period August 31, 2021 to August 31, 2022 and/or pertaining to individual persons affiliated/associated to the facilities were not included in the metrics. The results of this ranking should not be used as the sole source of information for future deliberations. The information provided in this ranking should be considered in conjunction with other available information about nursing homes or, if possible, accompanied by a visit to a facility.
The quality of nursing homes that are not included in the rankings is not disputed.


You can download the full methodology here.