Federal ratings of nursing homes in Fayette County and 5 surrounding counties, August 2013

August 17, 2013 

Nancy Hillard, age 103 was one of six residents honored during a Centennial Celebration for residents of area nursing homes who are over 100 years old at Mayfair Manor in Lexington, Ky., on Aug. 16, 2013. Centenarians from Tanbark, Northpointe, and Sayre Christian Village were also honored. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff

PABLO ALCALA — Lexington Herald-Leader Buy Photo

The following ratings of nursing homes in Fayette County and five surrounding counties are from the federal rating system maintained by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

Nursing homes that are Medicare and Medicaid certified are rated on health inspections, staffing and quality measures. Go to Medicare.gov/nhcompare/home.asp for federal rankings of all nursing homes.

Five stars (much-above-average care)

The Terrace Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, Berea

Berea Health Care Center, Berea

Tanbark Health Care Center, Lexington

Telford Terrace, Richmond

Four stars (Above-average care)

Signature Healthcare of Georgetown, Georgetown

Dover Manor, Georgetown

Bluegrass Care & Rehabilitation Center, Lexington

Rose Manor Health Care, Lexington

Sayre Christian Village Nursing Home, Lexington

Kenwood Health and Rehabilitation Center, Richmond

Clark Regional Medical Center, Winchester

Three stars (Average care)

Northpoint/Lexington Healthcare Center, Lexington

Royal Manor, Nicholasville

Two stars (Below-average care)

Cambridge Place, Lexington

Homestead Nursing Center, Lexington

Pine Meadows Health Care, Lexington

Mayfair Manor, Lexington

Richmond Place Rehabilitation and Health Center, Lexington

Lexington Country Place, Lexington

Bourbon Heights Nursing Home, Paris One star (Much-below-average care)

Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Unit, Lexington

Madison Health & Rehabilitation Center, Richmond

*Fountain Circle Care & Rehabilitation Center, Winchester

*Special Focus Facility, which means it has a history of persistent poor quality of care and has been selected for more frequent inspections.

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