Nursing Home Care Ranking By State – 2014

Poor nursing home care increases the chance of nursing home abuse.

Poor nursing home care increases the chance of nursing home abuse.

11 States Get Failing Grades For Nursing Home Care

Poor Care Is Nursing Home Abuse

The quality of nursing home care varies greatly from state to state. As seen in this CBS report, more than 20% of  the states fail to provide adequate care for their nursing home residents.  The study, conducted by Families For Better Care, evaluates each state on a variety of criteria, and assigns a letter grade indicative of the level of nursing home care provided. If you have a loved one who is suffering nursing home abuse, or neglect, contact us now, or call us at 800-887-6852. The lawyers of The Consumer Justice Group practice in all 50 states, and they specialize in neglect, abuse, and poor nursing home care. They will provide a free case evaluation for you. 

You can see the results for all 50 states right here.

The Top Ranking States For Nursing Home Care

Compiled by

  • Alaska
  • Rhode Island
  • New Hampshire
  • Hawaii
  • Oregon
  • Maine
  • Utah
  • Idaho

WORST Ranked States For Nursing Home Care

  • Texas
  • Louisiana
  • Oklahoma
  • Indiana
  • Missouri
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • Michigan
  • Nevada

Nursing Home Abuse Happens In Every State

Even if one lives in a state with a good ranking, nursing home care is widely varied from place to place, as well as from caregiver to caregiver. The consumer must be vigilant. If your loved one has suffered abuse or neglect at the hands of a nursing home caregiver, fill out the contact form to the right, or call us at 800-887-6852 for a free case evaluation from one of our attorneys.