There is surprisingly only one nursing home in Provo, Utah, providing for a significant population of 112,922 people. Sadly, this nursing home was awarded an overall grade of F, which is a poor grade. This grade is rock bottom by national standards. We don't have too many positive things to say about this nursing home, but its best category grade came in the area of nursing. You can continue reading to find out about nursing and other category grades.
While its overall score was awful, we actually gave this city's only nursing home a decent grade of C for the area of nursing. The nursing rating assesses several subcategories, however, the primary consideration is the level of nurse hours per patient per week. The next best grade we gave this city in any category was its short-term care rating, where it earned a C. In our final two categories, Provo earned terrible grades in our inspections and long-term care categories respectively. It goes without saying that this city's long-term care rating really dragged down its overall grade.