Three skilled nursing facilities that are Hartford HealthCare Senior Services partners are among the best in the country, according to a U.S. News & World Report article published on Nov. 16.
Jerome Home in New Britain, Southington Care Center and Jefferson House in Newington were included in the Best Nursing Home list. U.S. News & World Report recognized those facilities with overall ratings of 4-1/2 stars or greater from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. A total of 2,005 nursing homes nationwide earned this recent recognition. Profiles on usnews.com are marked with a badge indicating the Best Nursing Home designation.
Jefferson House, a department of Hartford Hospital, has 104 beds and offers short-term/outpatient rehabilitation, skilled nursing and palliative care. It is located at 1 John H. Stewart Drive in Newington. Jerome Home, with 94 beds, offers skilled nursing, short-term rehabilitation, residential care, memory care and assisted living at 975 Corbin Ave. in New Britain. Southington Care Center, located at 45 Meriden Ave. in Southington, has 130 beds and offers skilled nursing and rehabilitation services.
“It is a result of our caring and professional staff that our skilled nursing communities are named among the best in Connecticut. We have continuously been able to provide high quality care and services to hundreds of seniors coming through our doors annually,” said Lisa Connolly, NHA, MS, vice president, Hartford HealthCare Senior Services. “It is an honor and a privilege that we don’t take lightly, and a recognition that our team has earned.”
Hartford HealthCare Senior Services is a not for profit Hartford HealthCare Partner. For more information about Hartford HealthCare Senior Services, visit hhcseniorservices.org.