Crandall Medical Center recognized by Newsweek
SEBRING – Crandall Medical Center, located on the campus of Copeland Oaks Retirement Community, has been recognized as part of Newsweek’s first-ever review of America’s Best Nursing Homes 2020. This prestigious award is presented by Newsweek and the world-leading statistics portal and industry ranking provider, Statista Inc. The award list was announced on Sept. 30 and can currently be viewed on the Newsweek website.
“We are honored by this exceptional award. Our team continues to offer the best care in a culture of love, family, dignity and respect. We are blessed to be able to provide some of the highest direct care staffing levels in the state and are thankful for our tremendously capable and caring staff,” said Dave Mannion, CEO, Copeland Oaks and Crandall Medical Center.
The award is based on an analysis of information from two sources– a reputation survey of industry experts (registered nurses, administrators, physicians etc.) and data from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Out of over 15,000 of senior care organizations in the United States, 406 locations earned this distinction.
Of the 406 qualifying facilities, only 14 from Ohio made the list, with Crandall Medical Center being recognized as number three in Ohio.
“To be recognized amongst so many competitors for the quality care we provide is gratifying, humbling, and a true honor. We are so blessed to have the staff members that we do at every level; many have been with us for decades. The amount of skill, compassion and dedication that they exude is beyond measure and makes Crandall Medical Center a place of excellence,” said Crandall Medical Center Administrator Randi Roose.
To see the complete nursing home rankings, visit https://www.newsweek.com/best-nursing-homes-2020.