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Nursing Homes in Tucson, Arizona

Tucson's Nursing Home Quality  is graded a "B-plus".

Long-Term Care  is graded a "B-plus".
Inspection Reports  are graded a "A-minus".
Nurse Quality  is graded a "B".
Short-Term Care  is graded a "B-plus".

With 880,383 people, Tucson, Arizona is among the most populous cities in the country. There are 20 nursing homes in the city, which provides you with a variety of options. Impressively, this city's nursing homes received a strong city grade of B+. This is a solid achievement for any city, but it is even more impressive when you consider the number of facilities here. In fact, Tucson is one of the fifteen highest rated cities in the state of Arizona. This city's report card was also very consistent as it did not receive a single poor category grade either. You can find more information about these in the next paragraph.

On top of having excellent nursing homes on the whole, this city's nursing homes really excelled in the area of inspections, where we gave it an A-. Few cities fared this well in this area. Inspection ratings weigh several factors included in a facility's inspection reports. One of the most important criteria we weigh heavily is the quantity and severity of deficiencies. Facilities with higher scores in this category usually have few of these severe deficiencies. The city also earned one of our better grades in our short-term care category, with a B+. Rounding out its impressive profile, this place received strong grades for our long-term care and nursing areas as well.

Nursing homes in Tucson, AZ

There are 25 nursing homes