7 Facilities Win “Best Nursing Home” Award

April 23, 2024

U.S. News & World Report, the global authority in hospital rankings and consumer advice, last week revealed its 2024 Best Senior Living ratings to assist seniors and their families with researching and choosing the best senior living community for their needs.

This year, Avamere Living is thrilled to announce that seven facilities have been recognized in the 2024 Best Senior Living ratings as top nursing facilities by U.S. News & World Report!

Congratulations to these outstanding Avamere facilities:

  • Avamere Rehabilitation of Eugene
  • Bend Transitional Care
  • Avamere Rehabilitation of Hillsboro
  • Laurelhurst Village
  • Salem Transitional Care
  • The Pearl at Kruse Way
  • Avamere Transitional Care of Puget Sound

This recognition underscores our commitment to providing care, community, and safety for our residents and their families. We’re dedicated to creating vibrant, supportive environments where seniors thrive. Thank you to our incredible staff and residents for making Avamere Living a place where everyone feels at home. We’re proud to be part of such a caring and compassionate community.

More about this recognition from U.S. News & World Report:

Now in its third year, U.S. News’ Best Senior Living ratings evaluate over 3,500 communities in the U.S. in one or more of the following categories: independent living, assisted living, memory care and continuing care retirement. Senior living communities are evaluated on several criteria, including resident and family members’ satisfaction with safety, care, community management and staff, value and other services and amenities.

“Best Senior Living reflects U.S. News’ commitment to helping families navigate the important and complex decision of researching and choosing a senior living community through trusted, data-backed community ratings,” said Sumita Singh, general manager of Health at U.S. News. “We are proud to recognize those communities that stand out as ‘Best’ by providing exceptional care and satisfaction, as directly expressed by residents and family members of residents who live and thrive in these communities.”

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