Centralia, Washington offers only three nursing homes to choose from, which is not a ton of options. With a city grade of B-, you should be able to find a decent nursing home in the city. This place's city grade narrowly surpassed the city grade of facilities in the nearby city of Kent, which received an awful city grade. If choosing between these cities, Centralia looks like a better option. You can continue reading to find more information about how this city's nursing homes fared in our category grades.
It should also be noted that this city's nursing rating outpaced its overall grade. In fact, we awarded Centralia a B+ in this area, which is one of our higher grades. Cities with these types of short-term care grades generally have nursing homes with physical therapy, occupational therapy and other services associated with rehabilitation. In addition, the city also earned one of our better scores in the area of nursing, with a B. In the last two categories, Centralia earned grades of B- and D for our inspections and long-term care areas respectively. Clearly, this city's long-term care rating really pulled down its overall score.