Montereau’s Chateau Skilled Nursing Center has once again been awarded the highest possible rating by U. S. News and World Report. Montereau received a five-star rating and was given a badge of honor naming it one of the “Best Nursing Homes” in the country in 2014.
According to U.S. News, the magazine ranked Montereau in the top tier of nursing homes based on its review of three categories: “state-conducted health inspections, how much time nurses spend with residents and the quality of medical care.” U.S. News compiled information for nearly 16,000 nursing homes in America. Montereau is one of only three nursing homes with a Tulsa address that received the overall five-star rating.
The magazine reported that Montereau Skilled Nursing residents each receive an average of five hours and 32 minutes with nurses and nursing assistants per day. This is one hour and 26 minutes more than the national average, and one hour and 43 minutes more than the state average.
Here is a link to the Montereau report on the U.S. News and World Report website:
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