Sibley Memorial Hospital’s Renaissance skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility has been named a Top Performer in U.S. News & World Report’s annual ranking of nursing homes. The ratings are based on U.S. News & World Report’s in-depth analysis of publicly available data, according to the organization.
Nursing homes received one of three ratings -- High Performing, Average or Below Average for both short-term rehabilitation and for long-term care. Sibley’s Renaissance facility won a Top Performing ranking in the short-term category since the unit does not provide long-term care. Only 19% of U.S. nursing homes earned at least one top ranking.
Sibley’s Renaissance facility is an interdisciplinary rehabilitation program that is tailored to help people become more independent. It serves as a bridge between acute care and unassisted living, providing a more focused and consistent level of support and attention than what would be available in a traditional rehabilitation setting. The facility is hospital-based, but is governed by the same regulations as nursing homes in the District of Columbia. This 45-room facility provides individualized, comprehensive care to meet the health needs of each resident.
About Sibley Memorial Hospital
Sibley Memorial Hospital
, a member of Johns Hopkins Medicine, in Northwest Washington, D.C., has a distinguished history of serving the community since its founding in 1890. As a not-for-profit, full-service, 318-bed community hospital, Sibley offers medical, surgical, intensive care, obstetric, oncology, orthopaedic, skilled nursing inpatient services, and a state-of-the-art 24-hour Emergency Department. Sibley’s campus, with its new patient tower, is also home to the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, the Johns Hopkins National Proton Therapy Center, Grand Oaks -- an assisted living residence -- a medical building with physician offices and an ambulatory surgery and imaging center. For more information, visit Sibley.org