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Nursing Homes in Greenville, SC

There are 33 nursing homes in the Greenville, S.C., metropolitan area, 10 of which received an overall rating of five stars from the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. This metro area includes Easley and Mauldin.

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Magnolia Manor - Greenville

411 Ansel ST, Greenville, SC 29601

Overall 3 of 5
Health Inspections 2 of 5
Nurse Staffing 2 of 5
Quality Measures 5 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 99
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Magnolia Place - Greenville

35 Southpoint Drive, Greenville, SC 29607

Overall 3 of 5
Health Inspections 2 of 5
Nurse Staffing 4 of 5
Quality Measures 4 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 120
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Martha Franks Baptist Retirement Center

One Martha Franks Drive, Laurens, SC 29360

Overall 3 of 5
Health Inspections 2 of 5
Nurse Staffing 4 of 5
Quality Measures 2 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 88
  • Continuing care retirement community: Yes
  • Full report »

Presbyterian Home of SC - Foothills

205 Bud Nalley Drive, Easley, SC 29642

Overall 3 of 5
Health Inspections 2 of 5
Nurse Staffing 5 of 5
Quality Measures 2 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Medicare
  • Number of Beds: 22
  • Continuing care retirement community: Yes
  • Full report »

Alpha Health & Rehabilitation of Greer, LLC

401 Chandler RD, Greer, SC 29651

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: 132
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Dayspring Health & Rehabilitation of Simpsonville, LLC

721 West Curtis Street, Simpsonville, SC 29681

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: 39
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Diamond Health & Rehabilitation of Simpsonville, LLC

807 South East Main Street, Simpsonville, SC 29681

Overall 2 of 5
Health Inspections 2 of 5
Nurse Staffing 3 of 5
Quality Measures 4 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 132
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Heartland Health Care Center - Greenville East

601 Sulphur Springs Road, Greenville, SC 29611

Overall 2 of 5
Health Inspections 2 of 5
Nurse Staffing 3 of 5
Quality Measures 4 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 132
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Laurel Baye Healthcare Greenville

661 Rutherford RD, Greenville, SC 29609

Overall 2 of 5
Health Inspections 1 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 »

Majesty Health & Rehabilitation of Easley, LLC

200 Anne Drive, Easley, SC 29640

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: 103
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Woodruff Manor, LLC

1114 East Georgia Road, Woodruff, SC 29388

Overall 2 of 5
Health Inspections 3 of 5
Nurse Staffing 1 of 5
Quality Measures 3 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 88
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Glorified Health and Rehabilitation of Greenville, LLC

8 North Texas Avenue, Greenville, SC 29611

Overall 1 of 5
Health Inspections 1 of 5
Nurse Staffing 3 of 5
Quality Measures 3 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 132
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Heritage Healthcare of Pickens

163 Love & Care Road, Six Mile, SC 29682

Overall 1 of 5
Health Inspections 1 of 5
Nurse Staffing 3 of 5
Quality Measures 3 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 44
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

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