New York Nursing Homes
Cost of New York Nursing Homes
The average cost of Nursing Homes in New York is $361 per day. This is higher than the national average which is $228 per day.
In New York there are 654 Nursing Homes. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.
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Map of New York Nursing Homes
Overview of New York Nursing HomeNew York State is a name known around the world. It is a large state that houses not only some of the most famous landmarks and businesses in the country but also a rich agricultural center. Nursing homes in New York are divided into three categories: those that are owned by the state, those that are privately owned and those that are owned and operated by volunteers.
Regulation of New York Nursing HomesNew York nursing homes are overseen by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) which is a federal agency that operates within the U.S Department of Health and Human Services. The New York State Department of Health works in cooperation with CMS to oversee nursing home administration licensed by the state. The ICF/MR Surveillance and New York State Department of Health, Nursing Home investigates complaints of regulation violation. Nursing home administrators are licensed by the Department of Health through the Board of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators. Applicants for licensure must qualify based on a rigid list of standards and qualifications including their age, character and accredited educational accomplishments. Nursing homes in New York are staffed by registered nurses, board certified physicians, social workers, dieticians and volunteers that coordinate various services for the residents. According to the regulations of the state of New York, every resident or appointed family member must be aware of their rights in regards to care. These rights include but are not limited to the following:
- Comfortable living environment
- Quality of care
- Treatment without discrimination
- The right to make independent decisions
- Safety of personhood, property and money
- Communication privacy
- Easy to access complaint procedures
- No concern of reprisal for exercising all of their rights