26 nursing facilities with Joint Commission memory care certifications

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The Joint Commission offers certification in memory care, emphasizing the importance of minimizing risk and improving care for patients and residents with all levels of cognitive impairment, as one of its various certification options. accreditation and certification for nursing facilities.

Certification is available to organizations that also receive or have previously received accreditation under the Nursing Center Accreditation Program.

Here are 26 facilities across the country certified for memory care with The Joint Commission:

California

Chaparral Foundation (Berkeley)

Colorado

CHI Living Communities (Colorado Springs)

Florida

Victoria Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (Miami)

Stacey Health Center (Miami)

Orlando Health Center (Winter Garden)

John Knox Village of Central Florida (Orange City)

Bridgeview Center (Ormond Beach)

Riverwood Center (Jacksonville)

Georgia

PruittHealth-Toccoa

The Oaks-Bethany (Vidalia)

PruittHealth-Palmyra (Albany)

Christian City Rehabilitation Center (Union City)

PruittHealth-Crestwood (Valdosta)

Illinois

Elevate Care Riverwoods (Riverwoods)

Greek American Rehabilitation and Care (Wheeling)

Pleasant View Luther House (Ottawa)

Prosper of Lake County (Mundelein)

Massachusetts

North Shore Jewish Rehabilitation Center for the Elderly (Peabody)

265 Essex Street Operating Co. (Beverly)

Chelsea Jewish Retirement Home (Chelsea)

Michigan

Grand Traverse County (Town of Traverse)

North Carolina

The Oaks of Brevard

New Jersey

Bartley Healthcare (Jackson)

Tennessee

Crestview Healthcare and Rehab (Brownsville)

Forest Cove Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (Jackson)

Wisconsin

Manor Methodist Health Center (Milwaukee)

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