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City Analysis Report- Washington, DC

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Summary Analysis of Nursing Homes in Washington
The 10,000 foot view

Updated on June 9, 2024

This analysis is based on homes within a 25 mile radius of the city.

According to the latest data compiled by NursingHomeDatabase.com, Washington has a total of 17 active skilled nursing facilities and 2,453 beds. Based on a recent US Census estimate of the population of Washington of 5,379,184, the current total bed count represents one bed for every 2,192.90 persons in Washington. There were 2,029 residents in nursing homes as June 9, 2024 for a city wide occupancy level of 82.72 percent. (Note that the home count is based on monthly data provided by CMS and the number of beds and the occupancy numbers are based on weekly data. There is a minor number of homes that do not report their data weekly.)

According to the monthly data, Washington has added 0 new beds and lost 0 existing beds over the past year.

The Biden Administration has announced that it wants to regulate minimum nursing home staffing levels. They have proposed minimums of .55 hours of care per resident per day from registered nurses (RNs) and 2.45 hours of care per resident per day certified nursing aids (CNAs). These are the current level amount of hours per resident per day of care for Washington and a comparison to the state and national averages:

Staffing Levels City State / National
Registered Nurse (RN) 1.43 1.43 / 0.65
Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) 2.55 2.55 / 2.26
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) 0.62 0.62 / 0.87
All Staff 4.60 4.60 / 3.78

State Analysis: Look here for the latest nursing home analysis for District of Columbia.

COVID-19 Infections in Washington Nursing Homes

While COVID-19 infections and deaths are down significantly from late 2020 and 2021, the number of infections and deaths continues to be monitored. For nursing homes in Washington there were a total of 0 new cases and 0 new deaths among residents for the week ending June 9, 2024. The chart below shows COVID-19 activity for the past year.

New and Lost Nursing Homes in Washington

No new homes were reported by CMS over the past twelve months.

No homes were removed by CMS over the past twelve months.

Occupancy Percentages for Washington Nursing Homes

The chart below shows the overall occupancy for nursing home beds in Washington, DC. Occupancies levels for individual facilities will differ and can be found on the detail page for the specific nursing home.

Best and Worst Nursing Homes in Washington

The list below shows the best skilled nursing facilities in Washington based on their most recent weighted average inspection score. Some nursing homes may have higher overall 5-star ratings than the homes on this list. We feel that the health inspection score is the best indicator of current operations. It changes quicker than the overall rating.

Facility Rating
Jeanne Jugan Residence
4200 HAREWOOD ROAD NE
WASHINGTON, DC
9.33
Lisner Louise Dickson Hurthome
5425 WESTERN AVE NW
WASHINGTON, DC
31.33
The Hsc Pediatric Skilled Nursing Facility
1731 BUNKER HILL ROAD NE
WASHINGTON, DC
55.33
Forest Hills of Dc
4901 CONNECTICUT AVENUE, NW
WASHINGTON, DC
85.67
Sibley Mem Hosp Renaissance
5255 LOUGHBORO ROAD NW
WASHINGTON, DC
52.00
Ingleside at Rock Creek
3050 MILITARY ROAD NW
WASHINGTON, DC
57.33
Ascension Living Carroll Manor
725 BUCHANAN ST., NE
WASHINGTON, DC
70.67
Knollwood Hsc
6200 OREGON AVE NW
WASHINGTON, DC
78.00
Stoddard Baptist Nursing Home
1818 NEWTON ST. NW
WASHINGTON, DC
128.00
Unique Rehabilitation and Health Center LLC
901 FIRST STREET NW
WASHINGTON, DC
220.00
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The list below shows the worst skilled nursing facilities in Washington based on their most recent weighted average inspection score.

Facility Rating
Bridgepoint Sub-Acute and Rehab National Harborside
4601 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR AVENUE SW
WASHINGTON, DC
381.00
Capitol City Rehab and Healthcare Center
2425 25TH STREET SE
WASHINGTON, DC
326.00
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Washington Ctr For Aging Svcs
2601 18TH STREET NE
WASHINGTON, DC
177.33
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Bridgepoint Subacute and Rehab Capitol Hill
223 7TH STREET NE
WASHINGTON, DC
202.00
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Deanwood Rehabilitation and Wellness Center
5000 NANNIE HELEN BURROUGHS AVE. NE
WASHINGTON, DC
295.67
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Serenity Rehabilitation and Health Center LLC
1380 SOUTHERN AVE SE
WASHINGTON, DC
136.00
Unique Rehabilitation and Health Center LLC
901 FIRST STREET NW
WASHINGTON, DC
220.00
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Inspire Rehabilitation and Health Center LLC
2131 O STREET NW
WASHINGTON, DC
224.50
Stoddard Baptist Nursing Home
1818 NEWTON ST. NW
WASHINGTON, DC
128.00
Knollwood Hsc
6200 OREGON AVE NW
WASHINGTON, DC
78.00

Nursing Homes with the warning icon () have been flagged by CMS for abuse.

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