Allied Services Wilkes-Barre Transitional Rehab Unit celebrates U.S. News & World Report Best Nursing Homes Award

Allied Services Wilkes-Barre Transitional Rehab Unit celebrates U.S. News & World Report Best Nursing Homes Award

Allied Services Wilkes-Barre Transitional Rehab Unit received U.S. News & World Report’s “High Performing” ranking for Short-Term Rehabilitation. This is the highest possible ranking awarded. 

3 skilled-nursing facilities operated by Allied Services Integrated Health System are among the 13% of facilities nationwide that were recently recognized as a Best Nursing Home for 2021-22 by U.S. News & World Report. 

Allied Services Scranton Transitional Rehab Unit also earned the “High Performing” ranking for Short-Term Rehabilitation and/or Long-Term Care. 

U.S. News gives the designation of Best Nursing Home only to those homes that satisfy U.S. News’s assessment of the appropriate use of key services and consistent performance in quality measures.  

“As a non-profit health system, we have made it a priority to give patients in our region access to the very best in clinical expertise and advanced rehab technology” commented Karen Kearney, MSW, Vice President, Inpatient Rehabilitation. “This carries through to our Transitional Rehab Units where patients receive nationally-acclaimed short-term rehabilitation under the direction of our Nursing Home Administrators, Chris Minich and Chris Fazzini.” 

Now in its 12th year, the U.S. News Best Nursing Homes ratings and profiles offer comprehensive information about quality of care, COVID-19 vaccination requirements for residents and staff, flu and pneumonia vaccination rates, and infection control violations listed on the resident safety summary. Individuals can easily conduct customized research for a highly rated nursing home by location, size and Medicare and Medicaid coverage. 

Photo ID:  left to right; Leah Anderson, MS, OTR/L, Director of Rehab, Wilkes-Barre Transitional Unit; Lisa Langan, RN, Assistant Director of Nursing, Wilkes-Barre Transitional Unit; Deborah Monelli, RN, Director of Nursing, Wilkes-Barre Transitional Unit; Chris Minich, NHA, OTR/L, Assistant Vice President & Administrator, Wilkes-Barre Transitional Unit.