Best nursing home in Riverside?
As a firm that cares about your loved ones, we often get asked, “What’s the best nursing home in Riverside?”
This is a difficult question to answer, as there are many factors to weigh when considering a nursing home. Each situation is unique and brings its own set of circumstances, as nursing homes are not one-size-fits-all providers of care. Before choosing a residence for your loved one, be sure to consider what home makes the most sense for their individual needs, including physical and mental health, location, and overall happiness.
To narrow down some of the top-rated nursing homes in Riverside, we recently ran a search on the Medicare.gov site. We are in no way endorsing any particular nursing home in the area, simply passing on the data to you. This information is intended to help you start your search.
When searching for Riverside, California nursing homes with a five-star rating (five being the best on a scale of one to five), eight homes appeared.
The overall five-star Riverside nursing homes are, in no particular order, are:
- Vista Pacifica Convalescent Hospital
3662 Pacific Avenue
- Vista Pacifica Center
3674 Pacific Avenue
- Miller’s Progressive Care
8951 Granite Hill Drive
- Orange Tree Nursing Center
4000 Harrison Street
- Villa Health Care Center
8965 Magnolia Avenue
- Palm Terrace Care Center
11162 Palm Terrace Lane
- Plymouth Tower Care and Living Center
3401 Lemon Street
- Community Care on Palm
4768 Palm Avenue
Villa Health Care Center received the highest average rating across all categories, which included health inspections, nurse staffing, quality measures, and RN-only ratings.
This list should only serve as a starting point for your search. We encourage you to consider many more options when choosing a nursing home, a place where you’re loved one will spend a majority of their time. Each person’s situation is different and requires careful planning and consideration. Before making your final decision, make sure to:
- Ask trusted family, friends, and others if they have recommendations
- Compare the quality of each potential nursing home, including the level of care, how care is provided, the treatment of residents by staff, the activities provided for residents, and the condition of the residents’ rooms and the nursing home itself
- Visit each potential nursing home and interview staff
Even at the best nursing homes, negligence is still a risk. If you or a loved one ever is in the unfortunate circumstance to have suffered nursing home negligence, contact an experienced nursing home negligence attorney.