Newsweek recognizes NYC Health + Hospitals post-acute care facilities as the best nursing homes in New York for 2022
Rankings are designed to help patients and their families make informed decisions about where to receive their long-term and post-acute care
New York, New York State
NYC Health + Hospitals announced today that Newsweek has recognized four of the healthcare system’s qualified nursing facilities in its third annual edition “Best retirement homes 2022” rankings. The rankings were assessed against a number of metrics, including key performance data, reputation surveys, and the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Rankings are designed to help patients and their families make informed decisions about where to receive their long-term and post-acute care. For the ranking, Newsweek identified 450 leading facilities in 25 states, recognizing 55 post-acute care facilities in New York State.
Facilities recognized as the best nursing homes in New York State include:
“Newsweek’s recognition of our skilled nursing facilities is a testament to the high quality care we provide to each of our patients and residents,” said Senior Vice President of Post Acute Care at NYC Health + Hospitals Maureen E. McClusky, FACHE, LNHA. âMaking the decision to transfer someone to a skilled nursing facility can be a difficult and intimidating choice to make, but our passionate and expert teams have created healthy communities in each of our facilities that make that decision a little easier. for families and loved ones. . We thank the passionate and skilled staff at our nursing facility who make this all a reality. “
“This recognition is not accomplished by the hard work of one person, but rather by the support of an interdisciplinary team including nurses, doctors, social workers, dieticians, physiotherapists and support staff,” said NYC Health + Hospitals / Governor CEO Susan A. Sales, FACHE.
âIt is truly an honor to be recognized again by Newsweek as one of the best nursing homes in New York State,â said NYC Health + Hospitals / Coler CEO Robert K. Hughes. âI am extremely proud of our record of sustained excellence in the quality of care and quality of life provided to those we serve. This recognition reflects the unwavering commitment and sincere compassion shown by our staff every day.
âTo be recognized again as one of Newsweek’s top nursing homes is a real honor,â said NYC Health + Hospitals / Sea View CEO Matthew D. Levy. “The staff at Sea View have once again proven that even in the most difficult times, they are up to the needs of our residents. It is this dedication that makes me so proud of each of our staff. Without this commitment, we would not have been able to obtain this honor â.
“We are thrilled to be named to Newsweek’s ‘Best Nursing Homes’ list,” said Floyd R. Long, CEO of NYC Health + Hospitals / Carter. âAchieving this notable ranking for several consecutive years validates our statements to the public that Carter provides optimal qualified care with the highest quality outcomes and excellent patient / family experiences. We are proud of our accomplishments and look forward to expanding our services to remain a leading nursing home for years to come. “
NYC Health + Hospitals currently has 1,666 patients in its post-acute long-term care facilities. Patients in this group come from all over New York City and range from 18 to over 100 years old.
âAs the population ages, it is critically important that all New Yorkers have access to long-term care services. Thanks to NYC Health + Hospitals, people can get affordable, high-quality care, âsaid Chairman of the Assembly Health Committee, Richard Gottfried. âI congratulate NYC Health + Hospitals, especially the direct care workers serving patients across the city at this extremely difficult time, for this important recognition.â
âOur retirement homes are crucial to the health and well-being of our seniors. Our nursing homes and the quality of care they provide has been even more critical than ever during the pandemic, âsaid Assembly Member Michael J. Cusick. âI am delighted that NYC Health + Hospitals / Sea View is ranked third among the best nursing homes in the state. The excellent work the staff and administration do for their residents has been recognized and I am proud to have such a great facility here in my district.
âI congratulate Dr Mitchell Katz and Coler of NYC Health + Hospitals for their ranking in Newsweek for ‘best care homes‘,â said Assembly Member Rebecca Seawright. âAt the height of the COVID-19 crisis, we appreciate the commitment of residents and administration in the creation of a Coler task force.â
NYC Health + Hospitals / Carter, Coler, Gouverneur and Seaview have achieved a five-star CMS rating, which ranks them among the top 10% of qualified nursing facilities nationwide. In addition, NYC Health + Hospitals / Carter, Coler and Seaview are ranked in the top 1st quintile in the New York State Department of Health (NYS DOH) Nursing Home Quality Pool. NYS DOH results are based on measures of quality, compliance, and potentially avoidable hospitalizations in the long-term care population.
New York State has more than 600 retirement homes.
To learn more about Newsweek’s “Best Nursing Homes 2022” ranking, visit ranking site.
To take virtual tours of each of NYC Health + Hospitals’ qualified nursing facilities, visit https://www.nychealthandhospitals.org/virtual-tours-for-post-acute-facilities/.