Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care and Rehabilitation in New Hyde Park has been recognized by the Newsweek’s America’s Best Nursing Home 2024 list. The award is presented by Newsweek and Statista Inc, a statistics portal and industry-ranking provider.
The list comprises the nation’s leading skilled nursing facilities in those 25 states that have the highest number of facilities according to the US Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
This comprehensive evaluation is based on these five data sources:
•CMS Data: Used to determine the performance of nursing homes.
•Accreditation: Data on nursing homes provided by The Joint Commission (TJC) and Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
•Resident Satisfaction Data: National Patient Safety Goals from the Joint Commission and Google reviews were included.
•National Online Survey: Thousands of medical professionals (registered nurses, nursing home managers and administrators, licensed practical nurses / licensed vocational nurses, nursing assistants, therapists, and physicians) were surveyed.
•Management of the Covid-19 situation: A Covid-19 score for each facility was calculated, with the objective to award nursing homes which have had the best possible response and protocols during the pandemic.
“The 2024 list highlight the dedication of Parker Jewish Institute’s talented health care team members,” said Parker President and CEO Michael N. Rosenblut. “I am proud to share this honor with our entire team.”
Parker is a leading provider of short term rehabilitation and long term care. At the forefront of innovation in patient-centered health care and technology, the Institute is a leader in teaching and geriatric research. Statista publishes hundreds of worldwide industry rankings and company listings with high profile media partners. This research and analysis service is based on the success of statista.com, the leading data and business intelligence portal that provides statistics, business relevant data, and various market and consumer studies and surveys.