Newsweek Ranks NYC Health + Hospitals/Sea View Nursing Home #1 in New York State; Three Other NYC Health + Hospitals Skilled Nursing Facilities Were Among the Top Ten and One Ranked in the Top 30
NYC Health + Hospitals/Coler ranked 5; NYC Health + Hospitals/Carter ranked 6; NYC Health + Hospitals/Gouverneur ranked 7; NYC Health + Hospitals/McKinney ranked 28 The rankings are based on five data sources, including performance data, peer recommendations, management of the COVID-19 situation and accreditations from The Joint Commission and Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
NYC Health + Hospitals/Coler ranked 5;
NYC Health + Hospitals/Carter ranked 6;
NYC Health + Hospitals/Gouverneur ranked 7;
NYC Health + Hospitals/McKinney ranked 28
The rankings are based on five data sources, including performance data, peer recommendations, management of the COVID-19 situation and accreditations from The Joint Commission and Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
Sep 28, 2023
NYC Health + Hospitals today announced that as part of Newsweek’s third annual “Best Nursing Homes 2024” rankings, it recognized the health system’s skilled nursing facility NYC Health + Hospitals/Sea View as the number one nursing home in the state for the second year in a row. Three of the five NYC Health + Hospitals skilled nursing facilities ranked in the top ten; the fifth facility was ranked in the top 30. New York State has over 600 nursing homes. For the rankings, Newsweek identified 500 top facilities (with more than 150 beds), across 25 states, with 58 in New York state. The rankings are based on five data sources, including performance data, peer recommendations, management of the COVID-19 situation and accreditations from The Joint Commission and Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. For the first time, resident satisfaction data for nursing homes, based on National Safety Goals from The Joint Commission and Google Scores, has been added to the scoring model. The rankings are designed to assist patients and their families in making informed decisions about where to receive their long-term and post-acute care.
Facilities recognized as best nursing homes in New York State include:
- NYC Health + Hospitals/Sea View (ranked 1st in the state)
- NYC Health + Hospitals/Coler (ranked 5th in the state)
- NYC Health + Hospitals/Carter (ranked 6th in the state)
- NYC Health + Hospitals/Gouverneur (ranked 7th in the state)
- NYC Health + Hospitals/McKinney (ranked 28th in the state)
To take virtual tours of each of NYC Health + Hospitals’ skilled nursing facilities, visit our website.
“Being once again recognized by Newsweek as having some of the best post-acute and long-term care facilities in the state is an incredible honor,” said NYC Health + Hospitals President and CEO Mitchell Katz, MD. “We are extremely proud of our dedicated staff who work so hard every day to provide our patients with the quality of life they deserve.”
“We are grateful for Newsweek’s recognition of being among the top nursing homes in the State for 2024. NYC Health + Hospitals has more than 3,000 staff dedicated to providing quality, compassionate post-acute and long-term care services to our most vulnerable communities,” said NYC Health + Hospitals Senior Vice President of Post-Acute Care Khoi Luong, DO. “These designations are a clear testament to the incredible work of our teams and their unwavering commitment to our residents and their families.”
“It is a tremendous honor to receive the #1 ranking from Newsweek for the second year in a row. Being recognized as the #1 nursing home in New York State is an honor that I am extremely proud of. Our exceptional staff continue to go above and beyond every day. Without their continued support this outstanding honor would not be possible,” said NYC Health + Hospitals/Sea View CEO Matthew D. Levy, MHA, LNHA. “Congratulations to the NYC Health + Hospitals/Sea View team, the Staten Island community, Greater New York area, and for everyone that contributed to make such a wonderful achievement possible.”
“Coler is grateful to have earned the #5 ranking on Newsweek’s list of ‘Best Nursing Homes’ out of over 600 nursing homes in New York State. This year’s ranking is a representation of the hard work and commitment our teams demonstrate in the provision of quality post-acute care to New Yorkers,” said NYC Health + Hospitals/Coler CEO Stephen Catullo, MBA. “This would not have been possible without our staff embracing a culture of person-centered care and resident safety. We have every intention to continue improving our performance and remaining a high-performing organization as we serve in our vital role to the mission of NYC Health + Hospitals.”
“This high ranking validates our positive patient/family experience that we strive to achieve with every encounter,” said NYC Health + Hospitals/Carter CEO Floyd R. Long, MBA, LNHA.
“Carter’s recognition by Newsweek year-over-year is a testament to the consistent high-quality, compassionate person-centered care delivered by the Carter team every day.”
“Gouverneur is honored to receive this distinguished recognition from Newsweek as a highly-ranked nursing home in the State,” said NYC Health + Hospitals/Gouverneur CEO Susan Sales, MPA, FACHE, LNHA. “We remain steadfast in our commitment to creating a home-like environment for our short-term and long-term residents, ensuring they are treated with the utmost respect and dignity during their stay with us.”
“Newsweek’s recognition of McKinney is reflective of a dedicated team effort, channeling the positive energy and expertise of our highly-skilled staff,” said NYC Health + Hospitals/McKinney CEO David Weinstein, MA, LNHA. “We are proud to be a 5-star CMS rated nursing facility committed to helping our residents heal and thrilled to be designated among the Best Nursing Homes in New York State.”
NYC Health + Hospitals currently has about 1,600 occupied beds in its post-acute long-term care facilities. Patients in this group come from all over New York City, and range in ages from 18 to over 100.
NYC Health + Hospitals/Sea View, Carter, Gouverneur and McKinney earned an overall five-star CMS rating, which designates them among the top 10 percent of skilled nursing facilities in the country. Additionally, NYC Health + Hospitals/Carter, Coler, Gouverneur, and Seaview are ranked in the top 1st quintile in the New York State Department of Health (NYS DOH) Nursing Home Quality Pool. Results in the NYS DOH ranking are based on quality measures, compliance and efficiency reflecting potentially avoidable hospitalizations in the long-term care population.
New York State has over 600 nursing homes.
To learn more about Newsweek’s “Best Nursing Homes 2024” rankings, visit the ranking’s website.
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About NYC Health + Hospitals/Post-Acute Care
The NYC Health + Hospitals Post-Acute Care is comprised of five skilled nursing facilities, a long-term acute care hospital and adult day healthcare program. There is a total of 2,099 inpatient beds in the SNFs and LTACH. Carter, Coler, Gouverneur, McKinney, and Seaview have all consistently earned Four- & Five-Star Ratings awarded by CMS. In addition, Gouverneur and Seaview have been recognized by US News & World Report as one of the Best Nursing Homes in NY 2022-2023.
About NYC Health + Hospitals
NYC Health + Hospitals is the largest municipal health care system in the nation serving more than a million New Yorkers annually in more than 70 patient care locations across the city’s five boroughs. A robust network of outpatient, neighborhood-based primary and specialty care centers anchors care coordination with the system’s trauma centers, nursing homes, post-acute care centers, home care agency, and MetroPlus health plan—all supported by 11 essential hospitals. Its diverse workforce of more than 43,000 employees is uniquely focused on empowering New Yorkers, without exception, to live the healthiest life possible. For more information, visit www.nychealthandhospitals.org and stay connected on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/NYCHealthandHospitals or Twitter at @NYCHealthSystem.