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BALTIMORE, Maryland – The Maryland Department of Health (MDH) today announced an update on the top 10 and last 10 qualified nursing facilities in the state, ranked by percentage of staff with at least one dose of a vaccine against COVID-19 and highly contagious variants. MDH also announced skilled nursing facilities that failed to submit adequate COVID-19 vaccination data for staff, as required by the state.

As announced by Governor Larry Hogan on August 18, new vaccination protocols entered into force, with all nursing home staff required to show their first or single dose of COVID-19 vaccine by September 1.

On May 4, 2021, the Maryland Department of Aging launched the Qualified Nursing Facility Immunization Dashboard, which publishes weekly data on residents and staff vaccinated against COVID-19 at each of the state’s skilled nursing facilities.

Maryland’s skilled nursing facilities understand their role in protecting our most vulnerable residents in the state from COVID-19 and have worked diligently to ensure that residents and staff at their facilities are immunized against this. fatal disease, ”said MDH Secretary Dennis R. Schrader. . “With 88.9% of residents and 81.9% of staff with at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine now, they are doing their part in our fight against this pandemic.”

“I am delighted that nursing facilities and their staff across the state are responding to our call to step up and increase the number of staff now vaccinated against COVID-19,” said Rona E. Kramer, secretary of the department. of aging Maryland. “Some facilities still have a way to go and I have no doubts that they will continue to make positive progress.”

Maryland’s 10 Best Nursing Homes and Skilled Assembly Facilities Ranked by Percentage of Staff with at Least One Dose of a COVID-19 Vaccine:

  • Sagepoint Nursing and Rehabilitation Center = 100 percent
  • Larkin Chase Center = 100 percent
  • Maplewood Park Square = 100 percent
  • Brighton Gardens from Tuckerman Lane = 100 percent
  • The Nursing and Rehabilitation Center at Stadium Place = 100%
  • Maryland Baptist Aged Home = 100 percent
  • Franklin Woods Center = 99 percent
  • Fairland Center = 99 percent
  • Bedford Court Care Center = 99%
  • Patapsco Valley Center = 99%
  • Collingswood Health and Rehabilitation Center = 98%
  • Edenwald retirement community = 98 percent
  • Oak Manor Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare = 98 percent
  • Elkton Nursing and Rehabilitation Center = 97 percent
  • Carriage Hill Bethesda = 97 percent
  • Villa Rosa Nursing and Rehabilitation = 97 percent
  • Glen Meadows Retirement Community = 97 percent
  • Wilson Health Care Center = 97 percent
  • Hammonds Lane Center = 97 percent
  • Rockville Nursing Home = 97 percent
  • Waldorf Center = 96 percent
  • Ingleside at King Farm = 96 percent
  • Bel Pré Health Center = 96 percent
  • Broadmead = 96 percent
  • Fox Chase Rehabilitation and Nursing Center = 96 percent
  • Althea Woodland Nursing Home = 96 percent
  • Montgomery Village Health Center = 96 percent
  • Vantage House = 96 percent
  • Miller’s Grant Lutheran Village = 96%
  • Manor Care Health Services – Chevy Chase = 95 percent
  • Manor Care Health Services – Potomac = 95 percent
  • Autumn Lake Healthcare in Glade Valley = 95%
  • Transitional care services at Mercy Medical Center = 95%
  • Brooke Grove Nursing and Rehabilitation Center = 95%
  • Roland Park Place = 95 percent
  • Friends’ retirement home = 94 percent
  • Sligo Creek Center = 94 percent
  • Arcola Health and Rehabilitation Center = 94 percent
  • Lutheran Village of Carroll = 94 percent
  • North Arundel Health and Rehabilitation Center = 94 percent
  • Shady Grove Nursing and Rehabilitation Center = 93%
  • Layhill Nursing and Rehabilitation Center = 93 percent
  • South River Health Center = 93%
  • Salisbury Nursing and Rehabilitation Center = 92%
  • Marley Neck Health and Rehabilitation Center = 92 percent
  • Augsburg village = 92 percent
  • Autumn Lake Healthcare at Cherry Lane = 92 percent
  • Fahrney-Keedy Memorial Home = 92 percent
  • Frederick Citizen Care and Rehabilitation Center = 92 percent
  • Manor Care Health Services – Largo = 92 percent
  • Hillhaven Nursing and Rehabilitation Center = 91 percent
  • Manor Care Health Services – Bethesda = 91 percent
  • Chesapeake Future Care = 91 percent
  • Autumn Lake Healthcare in Spa Creek = 91 percent
  • Northwestern Health Center = 91%
  • Manoir Caton = 91 percent
  • Doctors Community rehabilitation and patient care = 91 percent
  • Sub-unit of the North West hospital center = 91%
  • Summit Park Health and Rehabilitation Center = 91 percent


The last 10 skilled nursing homes and assembly facilities in Maryland

classified by percentage of staff with at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine

  • Autumn Lake HealthCare in Chesapeake Woods = 49%
  • Sterling Care in the village of Frostburg = 50%
  • Dennett Road Manor = 50%
  • Cumberland Health Center = 52%
  • Calvert County Nursing Center = 54%
  • Autumn Lake Health Care at Loch Raven = 55%
  • Anchorage Health Center = 56%
  • Coffman retirement home = 57%
  • Calvert Manor Health and Rehabilitation Center = 57%
  • Autumn Lake Healthcare in Denton = 58%
  • Oakland Nursing and Rehabilitation Center = 59%
  • Caroline Rehabilitation and Health Care Center = 59%
  • Levindale Hebrew Geatric Center and Hospital = 60%
  • Snow Hill Nursing and Rehabilitation Center = 60%
  • Cadia Healthcare – Hagerstown = 60%


Nursing home and skilled assembly facilities in Maryland

who did not submit adequate data on personnel vaccinated against COVID-19

  • Cadia Healthcare – Annapolis
  • Forestville Health Center
  • Birch Manor Health and Rehabilitation Center
  • Chesapeake Ribs
  • Williamsport Retirement Home
  • Brightwood Powerback Campus Rehabilitation
  • The Fall Ridge in North Oaks
  • Maria Health Care Center
  • Greater Baltimore Medical Center Subacute Care Unit
  • Fall Lake Health Care in Oakview
  • Saint-Joseph Nursing
  • City of Ellicott Health Center
  • Manor Care Health Services – Roland Park

Nursing homes and skilled assembly facilities in Maryland with enforcement actions

Since April 29, 2020, nursing homes are required to report certain data in the CRISP system. This CRISP data is analyzed daily and is crucial in guiding state and local responses to COVID, as well as providing hospitals with the information needed to facilitate timely hospital discharges. This week, the MDH’s Office of Healthcare Quality (OHCQ) will impose civil monetary penalties on 55 nursing homes that have not complied with CRISP reporting requirements for at least one day in the first two weeks. August.

For more information on CRISP nursing home reporting requirements, please see this transmission to all nursing home administrators. Institutions are required to report certain information themselves on a weekly or daily basis.

For facilities with questions about the data reported for their facility, send an email to mdh.snfdata@maryland.gov.

For the most recent data on Maryland COVID-19, visit coronavirus.maryland.gov.