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Benchmarking United Medical Nursing Home in Washington, DC against all nursing homes

 

United Medical Nursing Home in Washington, DC has the highest total number of health deficiencies (23) of the 1,693 nursing homes that have a Family Council and have zero count of pharmacy service deficiencies.

That is, among those 1,693 nursing homes that do well on one measure, United Medical Nursing Home does worst on a related measure. Those 23 represent 0.37% of the total across the 1,693 nursing homes, whose average is 3.7.

United Medical Nursing Home has these related standings among those 1,693 nursing homes:

  • total number of health deficiencies = 23 (the highest)

  • change in total last-inspection-cycle health deficiencies over two years = +9 (16th-biggest, tied)

  • total number of fire-safety deficiencies = 0 (the lowest, tied)

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Peers

after United Medical Nursing Home in Washington, DC (23, 0), closest are Casa Arena Blanca Nursing Center in Alamogordo, NM (21, 0), Kensington Healthcare Center in Kensington, MD (20, 0), Beare Manor in Hartshorne, OK (20, 0), and Concordia Transitional Care and Rehab-Bay Pointe in Virginia Beach, VA (20, 0), ending with Bonne Vie in Port Arthur, TX (0, 0).

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References

  1. have a Family Council. Resident and family councils can facilitate communications with staff. The law requires nursing homes to allow councils to be set up by residents and families. Refer to Glossary. Except where noted, all data come from the Feb 27, 2019 update at Nursing Home Compare and all changes-over-time are over two years, comparing to the Feb 2017 update.
  2. count of pharmacy service deficiencies. Lower values are better. The value is for the most recent inspection cycle, corresponding to the value '1' for the source-data attribute 'cycle'. Except where noted, all data come from the Feb 27, 2019 update at Nursing Home Compare and all changes-over-time are over two years, comparing to the Feb 2017 update.
  3. total number of health deficiencies. Lower values are better. The value is for the most recent inspection cycle, corresponding to the value '1' for the source-data attribute 'cycle'. Except where noted, all data come from the Feb 27, 2019 update at Nursing Home Compare and all changes-over-time are over two years, comparing to the Feb 2017 update.