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Nursing Homes in Washington

At the top of the Washington nursing homes list are those with a rating of five stars from the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for their overall performance in health inspections, nurse staffing and quality of medical care. About 29 percent of all nursing homes in Washington earned an overall five-star rating. Narrow your search for a Best Nursing Home by clicking on a metro area or region or by entering a ZIP code.

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Willapa Harbor Health and Rehabilitation

1100 Jackson Street, Raymond, WA 98577

Overall 5 of 5
Health Inspections 5 of 5
Nurse Staffing 5 of 5
Quality Measures 5 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Both
  • Number of Beds: 60
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Willow Springs Care and Rehabilitation

4007 Tieton Drive, Yakima, WA 98908

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: 75
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Woodland Convalescent Center

310 Fourth Street, Woodland, WA 98674

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: 62
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

Yakima Valley School

609 Speyers Road, Selah, WA 98942

Overall 5 of 5
Health Inspections 4 of 5
Nurse Staffing 5 of 5
Quality Measures 5 of 5
  • Medicare/Medicaid: Medicaid
  • Number of Beds: 160
  • Continuing care retirement community: No
  • Full report »

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