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Nursing Homes in Birmingham, AL

There are 53 nursing homes in the Birmingham, Ala., metropolitan area, 12 of which received an overall rating of five stars from the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. This metro area includes Hoover.

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Arlington Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center

1020 Tuscaloosa Avenue, SW, Birmingham, AL 35211

Overall 2 of 5
Health Inspections 1 of 5
Nurse Staffing 4 of 5
Quality Measures 4 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 117
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Birmingham Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

1000 Dugan Avenue, Birmingham, AL 35214

Overall 2 of 5
Health Inspections 2 of 5
Nurse Staffing 1 of 5
Quality Measures 5 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 132
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Caregivers of Pleasant Grove, Inc.

700 First Avenue, Pleasant Grove, AL 35127

Overall 2 of 5
Health Inspections 1 of 5
Nurse Staffing 4 of 5
Quality Measures 3 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 64
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Chandler Health & Rehabilitation Center, LLC

850 Northwest Ninth Street, Alabaster, AL 35007

Overall 2 of 5
Health Inspections 1 of 5
Nurse Staffing 4 of 5
Quality Measures 4 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 198
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Fair Haven Retirement Center

1424 Montclair Road, Birmingham, AL 35210

Overall 2 of 5
Health Inspections 1 of 5
Nurse Staffing 2 of 5
Quality Measures 5 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 197
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Fairview Health and Rehabilitation Center

1028 Bessemer RD, Birmingham, AL 35228

Overall 2 of 5
Health Inspections 1 of 5
Nurse Staffing 3 of 5
Quality Measures 5 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 163
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Golden LivingCenter - Trussville

119 Watterson Parkway, Trussville, AL 35173

Overall 2 of 5
Health Inspections 1 of 5
Nurse Staffing 4 of 5
Quality Measures 3 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 125
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Kirkwood by the River

3605 Ratliff Road, Birmingham, AL 35210

Overall 2 of 5
Health Inspections 1 of 5
Nurse Staffing 4 of 5
Quality Measures 3 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Medicare
  • Number of Beds: 61
  • Continuing care retirement community: Yes
  • Full report »

Meadowbrook Extended Care

700 Corporate Ridge, Birmingham, AL 35242

Overall 2 of 5
Health Inspections 1 of 5
Nurse Staffing 5 of 5
Quality Measures 5 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Medicare
  • Number of Beds: 32
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

North Hill Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, LLC

200 North Pine Hill Road, Birmingham, AL 35217

Overall 2 of 5
Health Inspections 1 of 5
Nurse Staffing 3 of 5
Quality Measures 5 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 190
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Oak Knoll Health and Rehabilitation, LLC

824 Sixth Avenue West, Birmingham, AL 35204

Overall 2 of 5
Health Inspections 1 of 5
Nurse Staffing 3 of 5
Quality Measures 5 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 100
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Oaks on Parkwood Skilled Nursing Facility

2625 Laurel Oak Drive, Bessemer, AL 35022

Overall 2 of 5
Health Inspections 1 of 5
Nurse Staffing 4 of 5
Quality Measures 4 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 130
  • Continuing care retirement community: Yes
  • Full report »

South Health and Rehabilitation, LLC

1220 South 17Th Street, Birmingham, AL 35205

Overall 2 of 5
Health Inspections 1 of 5
Nurse Staffing 2 of 5
Quality Measures 5 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 83
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

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