|% Facilities With Deficiencies||78.64%||A||8|
|% Facilities With Severe Deficiencies||10.79%||B||11|
|Direct Care Staffing Above Average||32.58%||F||48|
|Direct Care Staffing Hours||2.33||D||37|
|Health Inspections Above Average||34.75%||C||21|
|RN Staffing Above Average||24.01%||F||46|
|Verified Ombudsman Complaints||75.94%||C||23|
- Ohio is one of ten states that scored a failing or below average grade in every staffing measure.
- Ohio has the third worst percentage of facilities that failed to achieve above average direct care staffing.
- A little more than 20% of Ohio nursing homes had a deficiency free inspection—one of the nation’s highest rates.
- Compared to most states, Ohio nursing homes had relatively few severe deficiencies at one severe deficiency per ten facilities.
- Ohio’s ho-hum national ranking extends to its regional rank as well, placing third in the nation’s second worst region.