Posted: January 7, 2022
Someren Glen is thrilled to have been recognized by U.S. News & World Report (USNWR) as a 2021-2022 Best Nursing Home in the area of Short-Term Rehabilitation. USNWR is a trusted resource that has issued Best Nursing Homes ratings for 12 years. Their ratings and methodology provide data-driven and comprehensive information that help guide older adults and their families and caregivers as they research their options for short-term care.
Someren Glen earned this recognition by achieving the highest possible rating of “High Performing” for Short-Term Rehabilitation. As a USNWR 2021-2022 Best Nursing Home, Someren Glen is one of the 13% of skilled nursing communities in the United States to receive this designation. Emphasizing patient safety and quality of care, USNWR’s ratings focus on a range of criteria, including COVID-19, flu and pneumonia vaccination rates among staff, preventing ER visits, staffing consistency and fall prevention.
Keli Swales, Executive Director at Someren Glen, said, “We are honored to achieve the High Performing Short-Term Rehabilitation rating by the U.S. News & World Report. This achievement highlights the commitment of our diverse team in providing resident care that achieves outstanding rehabilitation outcomes. I am very proud to be part of a community where aging is celebrated and to work with a team that models our core value of We! Care for Each Other.”
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