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Nursing Homes in Rome, New York

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

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

There are five facilities in Rome, New York, which at least gives you a few choices. We gave this city a city grade of C for an overall score. This is not a great city grade. For comparison's sake, we also looked at the facilities in the nearby city of Watertown, which received a below average city grade of C. These cities appear to be comparable, with neither receiving very strong grades. Please continue reading to find more information about how this city's nursing homes fared in our category grades.

This city received a somewhat average overall grade, but we really want to point out that some of its facilities nearly flawless health inspections the past few years. We gave it an elite grade of A- in this area. These inspection grades take several factors into consideration, including deficiencies and federal fines. You can find more information about each of these items by obtaining copies of nursing homes' inspection reports. This city received its next highest score in the category of short-term care, where we awarded it a B-, which also isn't too bad. In our final two categories, the city received a B- for its long-term care grade and a grade of D for nursing. While we found the rest of its profile to be decent, this nursing rating is not a good sign for levels of nursing staffing.

Nursing homes in Rome, NY

There are 5 nursing homes

Nursing Homes Near Rome