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    August 30, 2021

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    Update on top 10 and bottom 10 skilled nursing facilities in Maryland ranked by staff vaccination rates

    Maryland Department of Health also announces 13 facilities that did not submit adequate data required by state

    Baltimore, MD – The Maryland Department of Health (MDH) today announced an update on the top 10 and bottom 10 skilled nursing facilities in the state ranked by percentage of staff with at least one dose of a vaccine against COVID-19 and highly contagious variants. MDH also announced skilled nursing facilities that did not submit adequate staff COVID-19 vaccination data as required by the state.

    As announced by Governor Larry Hogan on August 18, new vaccination protocols have taken effect, with all nursing home staff required to show their first or single dose of COVID-19 vaccine by September 1.

    On May 4, 2021, the Maryland Department of Aging launched the Skilled Nursing Facilities Vaccination Dashboard, which weekly publishes data on residents and staff vaccinated against COVID-19 at each of the skilled nursing  facilities in the state. 

    “Skilled nursing facilities in Maryland understand their role in protecting our most vulnerable residents in the state from COVID-19 and have been working diligently to ensure residents and staff at their facilities are vaccinated against this deadly disease,” said MDH Secretary Dennis R. Schrader. “With 88.9 percent of residents and 81.9 percent of staff with at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose now, they are doing their part in our fight in this pandemic.”

    “I am thrilled that nursing home facilities and their staff in the state are answering our call to step up and are increasing the number of staff who are now vaccinated against COVID-19,” said Maryland Department of Aging Secretary Rona E. Kramer. “Some facilities still have a way to go and I am confident that they will continue to make positive progress.”

    Top 10 skilled nursing home and congregate facilities in Maryland 

    ranked by percentage of staff with at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine

    1. Sagepoint Nursing and Rehabilitation Center = 100 percent

    Larkin Chase Center = 100 percent

    Maplewood Park Place = 100 percent

    Brighton Gardens of Tuckerman Lane = 100 percent

    The Nursing and Rehab Center At Stadium Place = 100 percent

    Maryland Baptist Aged Home = 100 percent

    1. Franklin Woods Center = 99 percent

    Fairland Center = 99 percent

    Bedford Court Healthcare Center = 99 percent

    Patapsco Valley Center = 99 percent

    1. Collingswood Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center = 98 percent

    Edenwald Retirement Community = 98 percent

    Oak Manor Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare = 98 percent

    1. Elkton Nursing and Rehabilitation Center = 97 percent

    Carriage Hill Bethesda = 97 percent

    Villa Rosa Nursing and Rehabilitation = 97 percent

    Glen Meadows Retirement Community = 97 percent

    Wilson Health Care Center = 97 percent

    Hammonds Lane Center = 97 percent

    Rockville Nursing Home = 97 percent

    1. Waldorf Center = 96 percent

    Ingleside At King Farm = 96 percent

    Bel Pre Healthcare Center = 96 percent

    Broadmead = 96 percent

    Fox Chase Rehabilitation and Nursing Center = 96 percent

    Althea Woodland Nursing Home = 96 percent

    Montgomery Village Health Care Center = 96 percent

    Vantage House = 96 percent

    The Lutheran Village at Miller's Grant = 96 percent

    1. Manor Care Health Services - Chevy Chase = 95 percent

    Manor Care Health Services - Potomac = 95 percent

    Autumn Lake Healthcare at Glade Valley = 95 percent

    Transitional Care Services at Mercy Medical Center = 95 percent

    Brooke Grove Rehabilitation and Nursing Center = 95 percent

    Roland Park Place = 95 percent

    1. Friends Nursing Home = 94 percent

    Sligo Creek Center = 94 percent

    Arcola Health and Rehabilitation Center = 94 percent

    Carroll Lutheran Village = 94 percent

    North Arundel Health and Rehabilitation Center = 94 percent

    1. Shady Grove Nursing and Rehabilitation Center = 93 percent

    Layhill Nursing and Rehabilitation Center = 93 percent

    South River Healthcare Center = 93 percent

    1. Salisbury Rehabilitation and Nursing Center = 92 percent

    Marley Neck Health and Rehabilitation Center = 92 percent

    Augsburg Village = 92 percent

    Autumn Lake Healthcare at Cherry Lane = 92 percent

    Fahrney-Keedy Memorial Home = 92 percent

    Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center Of Frederick = 92 percent

    Manor Care Health Services - Largo = 92 percent

    1. Hillhaven Nursing and Rehabilitation Center = 91 percent

    Manor Care Health Services - Bethesda = 91 percent

    Future Care Chesapeake = 91 percent

    Autumn Lake Healthcare at Spa Creek = 91 percent

    Northwest Healthcare Center = 91 percent

    Caton Manor = 91 percent

    Doctors Community Rehabilitation and Patient Care = 91 percent

    Northwest Hospital Center Sub Unit = 91 percent

    Summit Park Health and Rehabilitation Center  = 91 percent

    Bottom 10 skilled nursing home and congregate facilities in Maryland 

    ranked by percentage of staff with at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine

    1. Autumn Lake HealthCare at Chesapeake Woods = 49 Percent

    2. Sterling Care at Frostburg Village = 50 Percent

    Dennett Road Manor = 50 Percent

    1. Cumberland Healthcare Center = 52 Percent

    2. Calvert County Nursing Center = 54 Percent

    3. Autumn Lake Healthcare at Loch Raven = 55 Percent

    4. Anchorage Healthcare Center = 56 Percent

    5. Coffman Nursing Home = 57 Percent

    Calvert Manor Center for Rehabilitation and Health = 57 Percent

    1. Autumn Lake Healthcare at Denton = 58 Percent

    2. Oakland Nursing and Rehabilitation Center = 59 Percent

    Caroline Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare = 59 Percent

    1. Levindale Hebrew Geatric Center and Hospital = 60 Percent

    Snow Hill Nursing and Rehabilitation Center = 60 Percent

    Cadia Healthcare - Hagerstown = 60 Percent

    Skilled nursing home and congregate facilities in Maryland 

    that did not submit adequate data on staff vaccinated against COVID-19

    1. Cadia Healthcare - Annapolis

    2. Forestville Healthcare Center

    3. Birch Manor Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare

    4. Chesapeake Shores

    5. Williamsport Nursing Home

    6. Powerback Rehabilitation Brightwood Campus

    7. Autumn Ridge at North Oaks

    8. Maria Health Care Center

    9. Greater Baltimore Medical Center Sub Acute Unit

    10. Autumn Lake Healthcare at Oakview

    11. St. Joseph’s Nursing

    12. Ellicott City Healthcare Center

    13. Manor Care Health Services - Roland Park

    Skilled nursing homes and congregate facilities in Maryland with enforcement action

    Since April 29, 2020, nursing homes have been required to report certain data in the CRISP system. This CRISP data is analyzed daily and is crucial in guiding the State and local COVID responses, along with providing hospitals the necessary information to facilitate hospital discharges in a timely manner. This week, the MDH Office of Health Care Quality (OHCQ) will be imposing civil money penalties on 55 nursing homes that did not comply with the CRISP reporting requirements for at least one day during the first two weeks of August.  

    For more information on nursing home CRISP reporting requirements, please see this transmittal to all nursing home administrators. Facilities are required to self-report certain information on a weekly or daily basis. 

    For facilities that have questions on data reported for their facility, email mdh.snfdata@maryland.gov.

    For the most recent Maryland COVID-19 data, visit coronavirus.maryland.gov


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