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Alaris Member Health Centers claimed 7 of the top spots on U.S. News & World Report’s Best Nursing Homes

NEW JERSEY, November 18, 2016 – Having to search for a nursing home is a daunting task for anyone. But as the child of a parent who can no longer live on his or her own, it can be downright heartbreaking. Will he be happy? Will she be safe? Will it feel like a hospital – or like home? These questions run a marathon through the minds of patient’s families. Luckily, the experts over at U.S. News & World Report released their findings for our careful consideration.

This year, the rankings company whittled down 16,000 nursing homes to just 2,000, making up the official List of Best Nursing Homes 2016. Their criteria included everything from health inspections and nurse staffing to medical care quality and general safety. Of those in the final tally, over 22% came from the great Garden State. What’s more, seven of the top-ranking New Jersey nursing homes all share the same name: Alaris Health.

Our top locations differ in both size and location, including campuses in Union City, Jersey City, Patterson, West Orange, Kearney, and two in Rochelle Park, and accordingly, our commitment to care never varies.

Our success with U.S. News & World Report has brought great relief to New Jersey residents in search of a compassionate home for their loved ones. With a dedication to “Bridging Caring & Innovation”, the various Alaris Member Health Centers facilities outperformed competitors in nearly every category earning the coveted 4.5 and 5 star rankings in health and safety standards, licensed staff, vaccinations, bedsore prevention, and fire safety, among other milestones.

It’s not always an easy decision, but the choice is clear. When it’s time for local families to enroll their loved ones in a healthcare facility, Alaris Health’s nationwide recognition means mom or dad can still proudly call New Jersey home.

Alaris Member Health Centers Top Rated facilities according to U.S. News & World Report:

Data found on U.S. News & World Report


About Alaris Health

Alaris statewide network of independently owned and operated Member Health Centers offers a wide variety of services across a continuum of care, ranging from short-term post-hospital rehabilitation and long-term care specialized care.

Each Member Health Center is licensed to use the Alaris Health name and receive non-health related services. All health care related services are provided solely by each independently owned and operated Member Health Center.

For more information, please visit or call (855) 7-ALARIS for more information.