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Four Atrium Health & Senior Living Facilities Named in the Top 137 Nursing Homes in New Jersey by U.S News ‘Best’ Rating

November 25, 2019 | Blog

Edison, NJ (November 25, 2019) – Spring Hills Senior Communities is proud to announce that four of its managed facilities, Atrium Post Acute Care of Hamilton, Atrium Post Acute Care of Park Ridge, Atrium Post Acute Care of Matawan, and Atrium Post Acute Care of Woodbury, are listed in the U.S News and World Report’s annual ratings of the top nursing homes in New Jersey. They all were rated as “high-performing”. Out of the 3,000 nursing homes in the country to receive the designation of “U.S News Best Nursing Home” for 2019-2020, 137 are located in New Jersey.

Alexander Markowits, President/CEO of Spring Hills Senior Communities said, “Every Atrium Post Acute Care facility evaluates each patient’s medical and personal needs to determine the best course of care.” He continued, “It is wonderful to see that the care the Atrium staff is providing has earned us this honor of being named one of the top nursing homes in New Jersey. I am so proud of this and all of the success these facilities have accomplished since we began managing them in the fall of last year.”

In order to determine which facilities will make this list, U.S News looks at two main categories to give the overall rating: Short-Term Care and Long-Term Care. Short-term care includes temporary medical aftercare following any of the following: surgery, injury, illness, or other medical conditions expected to improve. The short-term rehabilitation rating is based on 10 quality measures including staffing, outcomes, resident complaints and processes of care. This rating designates nursing homes as high-performing, average or below average in the care they provided to patients who spent 100 days or less at a skilled nursing facility.

The long-term care rating, which is a new process this year, includes people who need ongoing daily assistance in a chronic health related condition and personal care. The long-term care rating is based on nine quality measures including staffing, outcomes, resident complaints, and processes of care. This rating also designates nursing homes as high-performing, average or below average in the care they provided to residents who spent more than 100 days at a nursing home.

Along with the evaluation of short-term and long-term care, the rating includes an emphasis on staffing. “We think everyone deserves to get the right amount of time and attention,” Zach Adams, a senior health data analyst at U.S News said to U.S. News measured the percentage of days a nursing home met the federal standards for registered nurse staffing. According to, in addition to having sufficient staff overall, U.S. News wants to make sure nursing homes are still meeting some threshold on their less well-staffed days.

Due to the rising number of individuals in the care of a nursing home facility, the U.S news began to rank the best ones in 2009. The U.S. News Best Nursing Homes Short-Term Rehabilitation, Long-Term Care and Overall ratings offer individuals and families a starting point in their search for a nursing home, whether they are in need of short-term rehabilitation care or long-term care or are interested in a facility’s overall care.

About U.S News:

U.S. News & World Report is a multi-platform publisher of news and information, which includes and annual print and e-book versions of its authoritative rankings of Best Colleges, Best Graduate Schools and Best Hospitals. Together, U.S. News and have earned a reputation as the leading provider of service news and information that improves the quality of life of its readers by focusing on health, personal finance, education, travel, cars, news and opinion.

About Atrium Health & Senior Living:

Atrium Health & Senior Living, managed by Spring Hills Senior Communities, is above all a family, helping patients at every stage in the health care continuum. We enhance the recovery of our patients through our unwavering dedication to supporting every stage of rehabilitation. Knowing one size never fits all when it comes to care plans, we respect every person’s individuality, and tailor care to their needs.

About Spring Hills Senior Communities & Memory Care Communities:

All Spring Hills Senior Communities’, Home Care Services, Assisted Living Communities and Poet’s Walk Memory Care Communities offer a distinctive and innovative approach to home care services, assisted living, and Alzheimer’s care as led by Alexander Markowits, President/CEO. Signature Touches is the company’s holistic approach to offering individualized care and services that are designed to meet the needs and preferences of residents and clients. Personal choice is top priority in one of the company’s Spring Hills assisted living communities or in client’s homes with Spring Hills home care services located in NJ, VA, OH, FL, NV and TX or in one of the company’s Poet’s Walk memory care communities located in in TX, VA, NV and FL.  For more information about their Caring with a Commitment to Quality dedication to senior living, visit or

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