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Nursing Home Inspect » Washington, DC

Washington, DC

19

Homes

5

Homes with Serious Deficiencies

15

Homes with Infection-Related Deficiencies

17

Homes With at Least One Case of COVID-19

$206K

in Penalties

1

Payment Suspensions

Special focus facilities: Flagged by the government for having a history of serious quality issues.

Special focus facility candidates: Meet the criteria to be a special focus facility but haven't yet been designated as one.

Has had at least one case of COVID-19 among residents or staff.

Nursing Home City Total Deficiencies Serious Deficiencies Fines COVID-19 Cases
capitol city rehab and healthcare center washington 67 2 9750 $9,750 128
bridgepoint subacute and rehab national harbor washington 59 2 13000 $13,000 35
washington ctr for aging svcs washington 48 1 113
carroll manor nursing & rehab washington 48 1 161
united medical nursing home washington 66 1 160830 $160,830 0
serenity rehabilitation and health center llc washington 62 0 13873 $13,873 107
deanwood rehabilitation and wellness center washington 50 0 243
stoddard baptist nursing home washington 20 0 23
health & rehabilitation center at thomas circle washington 44 0
lisner louise dickson hurthome washington 18 0 72
knollwood hsc washington 32 0 30
bridgepoint sub-acute and rehab capitol hill washington 57 0 9000 $9,000 42
ingleside at rock creek washington 48 0 26
sibley mem hosp renaissance washington 35 0 3
inspire rehabilitation and health center llc washington 28 0 168
unique rehabilitation and health center llc washington 42 0 95
forest hills of dc washington 35 0 58
the hsc pediatric skilled nursing facility washington 0 0 12
jeanne jugan residence washington 13 0 50
Deficiencies by Severity in Washington, DC

The results in this box only correspond to those deficiencies with inspection narrative reports available

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About This Data

Data updated January 2021

This app uses data from the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Fines are listed for the past three years if a home has made partial or full payment (fines under appeal are not included). Information on deficiencies comes from a home’s last three inspection cycles, or roughly three years in total. The number of COVID-19 cases is since May 8, when homes were required to begin reporting this information to the federal government (some homes may have included data on earlier cases).

Click here for a state-by-state breakdown of the data.

Download the raw data files, updated January 2021.

Download the unredacted version of inspection reports, requested by ProPublica under the Freedom of Information Act, last updated April 2019. These reports are divided into regions.