Indianapolis's Nursing Home Quality is graded a "C".C
Long-Term Care is graded a "D".
Inspection Reports are graded a "B".
Nurse Quality is graded a "C".
Short-Term Care is graded a "B-minus".
With a population of 910,148 residents, Indianapolis, Indiana is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the nation. There are 24 nursing homes in the city, which should give you plenty of options to choose from. The nursing homes here received a city grade of C, which is not a great grade at the city level. For comparison's sake, we also assessed the facilities in the nearby city of Martinsville. While we aren't high on either city, we found the nursing homes in Indianapolis to be a better bet. You can continue reading to learn more about how this city's nursing homes fared in our category grades.
This city received an inspection score which is better than its overall grade. We awarded it grade of B in this category. Inspection scores account for a host of factors included in a facility's inspection reports. One key criteria we rely on is the quantity and severity of deficiencies. Nursing homes with better grades in this area tend to have very few severe deficiencies. Indianapolis's next best category is short-term care, where we awarded it a B- in this area. In the other categories we looked at, the city received grades of C and D for our nursing and long-term care areas respectively. Even with otherwise respectable category grades, this place's poor long-term care score may be concerning for many people.
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