West Virginia

  • West Virginia climbed nine spots to No. 27 in this year’s national nursing home ranking, moving the state back into “average” grade status when compare to other states.
  • West Virginia nursing homes are among the lowest staffed in the nation, with 4 in 5 failing to achieve an above average staffing rating.
  • West Virginia nursing home residents received less than 2 hours and 14 minutes of care per day, making West Virginia nursing homes the second worst in staffing hours nationwide.
  • Despite scoring failing grades in nearly every staffing category, West Virginia nursing homes ranked in the Top 10 in the percentage of nursing homes with an above average inspection rating.
  • Nearly 20 percent of West Virginia nursing homes scored a deficiency free inspection for the third consecutive report card.
  • Severe deficiencies sank to a record card low for the Mountain State, allowing the state to score its first above average grade in this quality measure.
  • West Virginia nursing home care ranks fourth in the Mid-Atlantic Region.
Direct Care Staffing Above Average
Direct Care Staffing Hours per Resident
Facilities With Deficiencies
Facilities With Severe Deficiencies
Health Inspections Above Average
Professional Nurse Staffing Above Average
Professional Nursing Hours per Resident
Verified Ombudsman Complaints
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