Walnut Hills earns national recognitions

Walnut Hills earns national recognitions

Walnut Hills Retirement Community in Walnut Creek was recently named an America’s Best Continuing Care Retirement Community by Newsweek magazine.


Walnut Hills Retirement Community in Walnut Creek was recently recognized as an America’s Best Continuing Care Retirement Community by Newsweekand as a Best Nursing Home by U.S. News & World Report.

The Newsweek ranking was based on national surveys of medical professionals and acquaintances of residents living in CCRCs and accreditation data. Walnut Hills was ranked 19th on the Ohio list of Best CCRCs and was in the top 250 in the United States.

The U.S. Newsranking places the Walnut Hills Nursing Home in the top 19% of nursing homes in the country. Walnut Hills received a high performing rating in both short-term rehabilitation and long-term care. These ratings were based on data on resident care, safety, outcomes, nurse staffing, and success in preventing emergency room and hospital visits.

The two newest recognitions are in addition to a five-star rating Walnut Hills received from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

“These ratings are testaments to the dedication of our outstanding team to providing top-notch care and services for older adults and their families,” said David Maletich, executive director at Walnut Hills. “As a nonprofit, faith-based organization, we are committed to serving our residents through our mission and values.”

Walnut Hills Retirement Community is located at 4748 Olde Pump St. in Walnut Creek and is an affiliate of Greencroft Communities of Goshen, Indiana. The 110-acre campus is home to more than 200 residents in a variety of living options including independent living, catered living, assisted living, skilled nursing care and short-term rehabilitation.

“These national recognitions reinforce Walnut Hills’ reputation as a community where residents not only live, but thrive,” said Mark King, CEO and president of Greencroft Communities.

For more information on Walnut Hills and the care options offered on the campus, call 330-893-3200 or visit the website at www.walnuthillsliving.org.

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