With 12 nursing homes in Tulsa, Oklahoma, you should consider multiple options before making a decision. We gave this city a city grade of B- for an overall score. We found this city grade to be considerably better than the city grade of C received by the nearby city of Broken Arrow. While that is not a terrible grade, Tulsa certainly appears to be a better bet. The best part of this city's report card was is its inspection grade. We discuss inspections in the following section.
It should also be noted that this city's inspection rating was superior to its overall grade. In fact, we gave Tulsa a grade of B+ for its inspection grade, which is one of our higher grades. We weigh several aspects of a nursing home's inspection report in determining our inspection ratings. One of those factors is deficiencies. You should keep in mind that the severity of the deficiencies is usually more important than the quantity of deficiencies, as some deficiencies can be relatively insignificant. In addition, the city also fared well in the area of government long-term care with a B. In our final two categories, this place were awarded a grade of B- for its nursing grade and a C in short-term care.