With over 15 options to choose from, you should be able to find a quality nursing home in Washington, District of Columbia. The nursing homes in this city received a quality city grade of B. District of Columbia did not have any cities with really elite city grades. Consequently, this city ended up with the distinction of being the number one rated city in the state. Perhaps most importantly, Washington has 10 facilities that received a grade of A- or better. This offers you even more first-class nursing homes than many higher rated cities can offer.
Part of the reason this city performed well overall is that many of its facilities fared well in the area of nursing with a B+. Nursing scores of this caliber are a good sign for the staffing levels at the nursing homes in the city. In addition, the city also received strong long-term care score with a B+ in this category. Rounding out its profile, the city earned a B+ in our inspections category and a grade of B+ in short-term care. This place did not have any weak links based on our assessment.