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West Virginia Nursing Home Top Lists


There are a total of 9549 residents living in 127 nursing homes and assisted living facilities in the state of West Virginia.
Below you will find the top lists for average star rating, number of hours of staffing per resident a day, total resident populations, and cities with the most nursing homes and assisted living facilities for the state.


Cities with the most Nursing Homes

Parkersburg (6)
Fairmont (5)
Huntington (5)
Charleston (5)
Morgantown (4)
Bridgeport (3)
Beckley (3)
Elkins (3)
Wheeling (3)
Petersburg (2)

Most Staffing Hours Per Resident Per Day

St. Mary's Hospital (11.87 hours)
Cabell Huntington Hospital Tcu (9.42 hours)
Roane General Hospital, D-p (7.85 hours)
Camden Clark Mem Hosp (7.77 hours)
Columbia St. Francis Hospital (7.55 hours)
United Transitional Care Center (6.28 hours)
St. Joseph's Hospital, D-p (5.78 hours)
Main Street Care (5.04 hours)
John Manchin Sr Health Care Center (4.92 hours)
Welch Community Hospital (4.89 hours)

Highest Resident Population

Good Shepherd Nursing Home (186 residents)
Huntington Health And Rehabilitation Center (171 residents)
Heritage Center (159 residents)
Guardian Elder Care At Wheeling, Llc (142 residents)
Harper Mills (135 residents)
Weirton Geriatric Center (132 residents)
Eagle Pointe (130 residents)
Valley Center (123 residents)
Heartland Of Preston County (120 residents)
Teays Valley Center (120 residents)

Highest Aggregate Star Ratings

Good Shepherd Nursing Home (4.6 stars)
Worthington Nursing And Rehabilitation Center, Llc (4.4 stars)
Webster Nursing And Rehabilitation Center, Llc (4.4 stars)
Reynolds Memorial Hospital, D-p (4.2 stars)
St. Barbara's Mem Nursing Home (4.2 stars)
St. Mary's Hospital (4.2 stars)
Cabell Huntington Hospital Tcu (4.2 stars)
Camden Clark Mem Hosp (4.2 stars)
War Memorial Hosp, D-p (4 stars)
St. Joseph's Hospital, D-p (4 stars)