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Best Bay Area Nursing Homes 2018-2019

The nursing home you choose can determine the safety, well-being, and happiness of your loved one for the rest of his or her life. Nursing homes in the Bay Area can provide everything a senior citizen needs for a fun and fulfilling end of life…or they could pose threats through nursing home abuse or elder neglect. Use this list of the best Bay Area nursing homes 2018-2019 from U.S. News to have peace of mind about your decision.

Methodology Behind the Ratings

U.S. News analyzes a wealth of data from thousands of nursing homes around the country to create its annual best list. This data includes health inspection reports, nurse staffing, and many different medical quality measures. U.S. News evaluates nursing homes based on short and long stays, emergency care, and resident outcomes. It offers lists of the top-performing nursing homes in every state each year.

Nursing homes received one of two categories from U.S. News: Overall and Short-Stay Rehabilitation. The best nursing homes perform highly in one, the other, or both categories. Six different nursing homes in the Bay Area received Top Performing ratings for 2018/2019. These nursing homes performed the best across the board, in terms of resident care, staffing, and medical capabilities. Sending your loved one to any of these six facilities can help ensure his or her wellness, safety, and happiness.

Dycora Transitional Health

Dycora of San Jose made number one on the Bay Area’s list of best nursing home facilities. It is a high-performing facility with 116 beds, has corporate ownership, and is not part of a continuing care retirement community. It accepts Medicaid. Dycora boasts a high-performing health inspection rating, better than average nurse staffing, and high-performing medical care quality measures. The values held at Dycora are respect, passion, integrity, excellence, inspiration, and innovation. Dycora has 19 locations throughout California.

Greenhills Manor

Greenhills Manor, located in Campbell, California, is a small facility with 45 beds. It accepts Medicare and Medicaid. In 2018, Greenhills received zero resident complaints and only had four self-reported facility incidents. It is a quality nursing home that provides a safe environment for residents. It practices respect and dignity, helping each resident live life to the fullest. Residents also receive 24-hour senior care.

O’Connor Hospital Distinct Part/Skilled Nursing Facility

This nursing home facility, located in San Jose, has just 24 beds available for residents. It is a high-performing home that accepts Medicaid and Medicare. O’Connor Hospital skilled nursing facility offers a variety of medical services and therapies to help residents live comfortably and independently. It is suitable for ongoing medical support for loved ones, with personalized therapy programs available. It is in the top 20% of nursing homes in California, with a five-star rating for health inspections and four stars for nursing staffing.

Sunny View Manor

Sunny View Manor in Cupertino, California is a small facility with 48 beds. It is a not-for-profit facility that accepts Medicare and Medicaid. It has a continuing care facility situated on 12 acres of land, offering a level of freedom and independence to residents. Residents can make friends with people from all over the world who live at Sunny View.

The Terraces at Los Altos Health Facility

The Terraces is a small senior living community with 30 beds, conveniently located near downtown Los Altos. The design of the nursing home helps seniors live at their own pace, with plenty of social activities and opportunities for exciting things to do. It is a not-for-profit facility that accepts Medicare and Medicaid.

Vi at Palo Alto

Located at the heart of Silicon Valley, Vi at Palo Alto is a welcoming active nursing home. It offers stimulating lifestyles, friendly neighbors, and a hospitable staff. It has 44 beds and accepts Medicare, but not Medicaid. Seniors can enjoy art classes, rose gardens, and outstanding amenities at Vi. In 2018, the facility will begin multimillion-dollar renovations to common spaces and dining venues.

If you suspect any malicious or dangerous activity in a nursing home, contact the authorities and the San Jose nursing home abuse attorneys at Henshaw & Henry, PC. Our San Jose injury attorneys are dedicated to fighting for justice for victims of negligence.