With a population of 479,994 people, Dayton, Ohio is a fairly large metropolitan area. There are 34 nursing homes in the city, which provides you with plenty of options to choose from. These nursing homes earned on average an overall grade of C. This isn't a terrible score, but it isn't quite as high of a grade as we like to see either. For comparison's sake, we also assessed the nursing homes in the nearby city of Xenia, which received a city grade of F. While we gave both cites poor grades, we found the facilities in Dayton to be a bit better. Please continue reading to learn more about how this city's nursing homes performed in our category grades.
This city received an inspection score which is superior to its overall grade. We gave it a strong grade of B+ in this area. Our inspection grades are tied to several pieces of information located in the a nursing home's recent inspection reports. Places that score well in this area have few deficiencies on their reports. Most importantly, these facilities should not have any severe deficiencies which are associated with endangerment of patients. Inspections is this city's next best feature. It received a C in this category. In our final two categories, the city received grades of C and D for our long-term care and nursing areas respectively. Although we found the rest of its profile to be acceptable, this nursing grade isn't a good sign for nursing staffing levels.