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What does it mean to be rated Five Stars from The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services?

The Five Star Quality Rating System helps consumers compare nursing homes more easily, giving each home a 1 to 5-star score. This score comes from individual ratings in three different areas of facility performance.

Nursing homes with 5 stars are considered to have above-average quality, according to the CMS Rating system.

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Health Inspections
This rating is based on how well the facility meets Medicare’s minimum quality requirements. Each facility is reviewed at least annually. The results of the last three years’ worth of inspections comprise the score. The most recent inspection carries the greatest weight.

Staffing
This rating is based on how well the facility meets Medicare’s minimum quality requirements. Each facility is reviewed at least annually. The results of the last three years’ worth of inspections comprise the score. The most recent inspection carries the greatest weight.

Quality Measures
This rating is based on how well the facility meets Medicare’s minimum quality requirements. Each facility is reviewed at least annually. The result of the last three years’ worth of inspections comprise the score. The most recent inspection carries the greatest weight.

If you have any questions about our 5-Star Rating or would like to Schedule a Tour please give us a call and we would be happy to assist: 201-337-3300