Allied Services Transitional Rehab Unit in Scranton and Heinz Transitional Rehab Unit in Wilkes-Barre recently received the title of “High Performing” in the 2018-2019 ratings done by U.S. News and World Report.
U.S. News evaluated more than 15,000 homes nationwide. The ratings draw on data from Nursing Home Compare, a program run by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), the federal agency that sets and enforces standards for nursing homes.
Allied Services Transitional Rehab Unit and Heinz Transitional Rehab Unit are the only two facilities within 100 miles of the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre metropolitan area to received the survey’s top rating of “High Performing” in both the Overall and Short-Stay Rehabilitation ratings. This double accolade earns these non-profit health facilities the “Best Nursing Home” designation.
Allied Services Transitional Rehab Unit staff members are, from left, Dr. Kenneth Gentilezza, Medical Director; Deborah Drake, RN, MDS Coordinator; Atty. Bill Conaboy, President & CEO; Travis Davis, NHA,MHA, Administrator; Michelle Peffer, RN, Director of Nursing. – Submitted photo
Heinz Transitional Rehab Unit staff members are, from left, Deborah Monelli, RN, Director of Nursing; Karen Kearney, MSW, VP of Inpatient Rehabilitation; Lisa Langan, RN, Assistant Director of Nursing; Atty. Bill Conaboy, President & CEO; Chris Minich, NHA, OTR/L, Assistant VP & Administrator. – Submitted photo