Skip to Content
Author: kaleigh

The Osborn Pavilion recognized as a “Best Nursing Home” for 2024

The Osborn Pavilion in Rye has been recognized as a “Best Nursing Home” for 2024 by U.S. News & World Report, receiving a 5/5 overall rating. It is one of only four skilled nursing facilities in Westchester County to achieve a High Performing rating in both the Short-Term Rehabilitation and Long-Term Care categories.

U.S. News gives the premier designation of Best Nursing Home only to those organizations that meet or exceed its assessment of key services and consistent performance in quality measures. The Osborn Pavilion is among the elite top 3% to receive this rating. Only 467 out of 15,000 nursing homes nationwide received High Performing ratings in both Short-Term Rehabilitation and Long-Term Care. In New York State, The Osborn Pavilion is in the top 6% of skilled nursing facilities that earned a High Performing rating.

“We are greatly honored that The Osborn Pavilion has once again been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top nursing homes in our region,” said Matthew G. Anderson, President and CEO of The Osborn. “This distinction reflects the admirable dedication and skill of our staff, who are deeply committed to providing highest quality of care to our residents.”

Established in 2009, the U.S. News Best Nursing Homes rating offers information about care, safety, health inspections, staffing, and more for 15,000 nursing homes nationwide. The ratings are based on a detailed analysis of the country’s skilled nursing facilities.

Short-Term Rehabilitation ratings are based on an assessment of 10 quality measures, using data from the federal government’s Care Compare program. Those measures include staffing levels, medical outcomes, and resident complaints. The Long-Term Care ratings are based on an assessment of nine quality measures, including staffing, medical outcomes, resident complaints, vaccinations, and appropriate use of medications.

The Osborn is a private, non-profit continuum of care community that offers Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Care, as well as The Osborn Pavilion nursing home on its 56-acre arboretum campus.

About The Osborn

The Osborn is a private, non-profit, continuum of care community, founded in 1908 and based in Rye, New York. It offers Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Skilled Nursing, as well as Inpatient and Outpatient Rehabilitation Care. In addition to residential and health care services on its 56-acre campus, the organization provides home care and companion services in Westchester and Fairfield Counties through Osborn Home Care. The Osborn is accredited by CARF and has an “A” rating from Fitch. Individuals and families interested in learning more about The Osborn are invited to call 888-9-OSBORN or visit www.theosborn.org.

Similar Member News Items

David Soltis was selected amongst a group of diverse and highly talented professionals for his ongoing efforts ensuring the safety and security of Empire City’s guests and team members YONKERS, NY – Empire City Casino by MGM Resorts (“Empire City”) is celebrating its Chief of Security, David Soltis, who has been selected as one of 2024 Rising […]

Read Article

Yo Digo No Mas website. https://yodigonomas.com/en/events/gala-2024/

Read Article

An expansion of its commercial lending services, Tompkins Community Bank (Tompkins) has welcomed Ford Young as commercial banking relationship manager. Before joining Tompkins, Young served as senior vice president and relationship manager at Santander Bank, NA. Bringing 25 years of banking and financial industry expertise to his new role, Young will be responsible for business […]

Read Article

Become A Member

Join the county’s largest and most influential business organization today.

JOIN NOW!
The Business Council of Westchester is committed to helping businesses market, learn, advocate, and grow. Over 80 events and programs are offered every year, giving our members ample opportunity to connect and meet with businesses representatives in the Westchester community and beyond.
Back to top