Posted: January 7, 2022
Casey’s Pond Named a 2021-2022 Best Nursing Home by U.S. News & World Report
Casey’s Pond is thrilled to share that we have been recognized by U.S. News & World Report (USNWR) as a 2021-2022 Best Nursing Home in the areas of short-term rehabilitation and long-term care. USNWR, which has issued Best Nursing Homes ratings for 12 years, remains a trusted resource that provides comprehensive, data-driven information and guidance to help older adults, families and caregivers understand their options for short-term and long-term care.
“I’m very proud of our Casey’s Pond community. Recognition for exceptional quality is powerful for both team members and residents. I’m most excited that we continue to improve and seeing the community’s drive to excel,” said Brad Boatright, Casey’s Pond Executive Director.
This designation indicates that Casey’s Pond is one of the 13% of skilled nursing communities in the United States that has been recognized as a UWNSR 2021-2022 Best Nursing Home.
Casey’s Pond earned this recognition by achieving the highest possible rating of “High Performing” for both Short-Term Rehab and Long-Term Care. USNWR rates communities on a number of criteria, with an emphasis on quality of care and patient safety. These criteria include staff vaccination rates for COVID-19, flu and pneumonia, ER visit prevention, consistency of staffing, appropriate use of antipsychotic drugs and fall prevention, among others.
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