U.S. News & World Report Awards ‘The Reserve at Spring Hill’ Highest Ratings on the “2023-24 Best Nursing Homes” List

November 14, 2023
April 4, 2024
U.S. News & World Report Awards ‘The Reserve at Spring Hill’ Highest Ratings on the “2023-24 Best Nursing Homes” List

U.S. News & World Report released its annual “Best Nursing Homes” list for 2023-24. The Reserve at Spring Hill, A HutsonWood Community received the highest ratings in short-term rehabilitation.

“We are honored to have The Reserve at Spring Hill named as ‘Best Nursing Homes’ by U.S. News & World Report,” said Doug Smith, President and CEO of HutsonWood. “We are especially grateful to the team members whose commitment to uplifting the lives of residents has resulted in achieving this honor of inclusion on the ‘Best Nursing Homes’ list.”

The Reserve at Spring Hill is licensed and evaluated as a nursing home and provides long-term care and short-term skilled nursing and rehabilitation to residents. Short-term rehabilitation or post-acute care often involves physical therapy for residents following a hospitalization for surgery, heart attack, stroke, injury or other conditions. Long-term care is for residents who are no longer able to live independently and need medical supervision. The Reserve at Spring Hill serves residents in 68 private rooms.

“For The Reserve at Spring Hill to be three of nineteen health care centers within a twenty-five-mile radius achieving the highest rankings for short-term rehabilitation is an extraordinary distinction and a recognition of our team members’ focus on everyday excellence,” said Linda Clark, HutsonWood Chief Operating Officer. “HutsonWood remains committed to fostering a talented team of health care professionals to provide the best care to older adults.”

U.S. News reviewed more than 15,000 short-term and long-term nursing care centers throughout the country, covering every state and nearly 100 metropolitan areas, to produce the rankings. Out of all those evaluated, 2,804 (19%) centers received the “Best Nursing Home” distinction.

Since 2009, U.S. News has provided this assessment and ranking, relying on their evaluation of data provided by the federal government, including data collected by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS). CMS inspectors visit and assess nursing care centers annually to ensure the centers are following the standards that are regulated by this federal agency. Through its careful review of these assessments, U.S. News provides this list to serve as a resource for anyone who might be searching for this specialized care. In 2018, U.S. News added a short-term rehabilitation ranking, and it added a long-term care rating in 2019.

To read the full U.S. News & World Report “Best Nursing Homes of 2024” list, including a more in-depth explanation of their review process, read their methodology and news release. You can also conduct a search of nursing care centers throughout the country to see other facilities on the list and their rankings.