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Nursing Homes in Boulder, Colorado

Boulder's Nursing Home Quality  is graded a "C".

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

With a population of 120,932 , Boulder, Colorado is an average size city. Surprisingly, there are just 4 nursing homes in the city, which is fewer than we expected in a city of this size. These nursing homes earned on average an overall grade of C. This isn't a terrible score, but it isn't as strong of a grade as we like to see either. This score unfortunately is on the wrong side of the national average. This place is better in some categories than others, but it didn't have bad scores in any of the major areas discussed below. Additional information about its category grades can be found in the next section.

The best grade we gave this city in any category was its short-term care rating, where it received a B-. Short-term care grades are important for prospective residents looking for rehabilitation. Rehabilitation usually requires more highly-skilled nursing. Skilled nursing includes a wide scope of services, spanning from registered nurses to physical and occupational therapists, as well as other variations of therapy. Boulder's next best category was inspections, where we awarded it a B- in this area. In our final two categories, the city received slightly below average grades for our nursing and long-term care categories.

Nursing homes in Boulder, CO

There are 4 nursing homes

Nursing Homes Near Boulder