Top Nursing Homes in Long Beach
There comes a time in everyone’s life when we have to make difficult decisions regarding the day-to-day care of parents and other senior relatives. While most of us would prefer to care for our older loved ones ourselves, many of us don’t have the time or facilities to do so. If you’re looking for a nursing home for someone you care about, you’ll want to make sure that the facility you choose provides the kind of care you personally would.
This is important because of some shocking statistics—more than 2 million cases of nursing home neglect or abuse are reported each year in this country. It’s a staggering thought that anyone would mistreat someone old and vulnerable, but it’s a reality. When looking for a nursing home in the Long Beach area, we recommend using a crowdsourced review site like Yelp.com. A quick search on Yelp finds five nursing homes within Long Beach city limits that rank four stars or higher, including:
- Royal Care Skilled Nursing Center
2725 Pacific Ave
Long Beach, CA 90806
- Country Villa Bay Vista Healthcare Center
5901 Downey Ave
Long Beach, CA 90805
- Windsor Gardens Convalescent Center of Long Beach
3232 E Artesia Blvd
Long Beach, CA 90805
- Edgewater Skilled Nursing Center
2625 E 4th St
Long Beach, CA 90814
- Bel Vista Healthcare Center
5001 E Anaheim St
Long Beach, CA 90804
Even though these nursing homes have received good ratings on Yelp, we recommend checking them out thoroughly, including visiting the facility in person and checking to see if it has received any complaints or citations. If you choose a nursing home for a loved one, and later suspect that elder abuse or neglect has occurred, call Long Beach elder abuse attorney Travis Siegel for a free case evaluation. Dial 562-645-4145 today.
This article reflects information obtained from a third-party site. The above ratings reflect Yelp user opinion and do not reflect the opinions of Siegel Law. Any views or opinions expressed on Yelp belong solely to the user and are in no way endorsed by Siegel Law. Siegel Law strongly recommends that you extensively research and physically visit any care facility prior to enrolling your loved one.