Find free reports on deficiencies for Alabama nursing homes, assisted living, outpatient surgery facilities, hospitals, home health agencies, hospices, end stage renal disease treatment (kidney dialysis) centers, rehab facilities and more. Shows facilities and organizations with terminated or probation licenses. Some Inspection reports may contain no deficiencies, but simply report a regulatory visit. Look up licenses to see if the facility or agency has closed. Updated with 2023 survey results. Site by the AL Department of Public Health. Easy to use.
The Colorado Health Facilities site shows complaints, incidents (referred to as occurrences), inspection surveys, and adverse events that must be reported to the state for all types of health facilities licensed by Colorado. Includes hospitals, hospice and home health agencies, nursing homes, assisted living residences, ambulatory surgery centers, birth centers, dialysis clinics, outpatient physical therapy, adult day programs, community mental health clinics, psychiatric hospitals, portable x-ray services, and more. State government website by the CO Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE).
Look up and verify health care facility licenses for Connecticut nursing homes, assisted living facilities, home health agencies, hospice, hospitals, mental health facilities, outpatient clinics, surgical facilities, substance abuse and recovery care centers, residential care, and other health care services. To find nursing home information, select Chronic and Convalescent Nursing Home, and License Status “Active”. Inspection reports are included for many facilities. CT eLicense web portal site shows contact and management information. An upside to this site is that nursing home room rates are in the detailed reports. Consumers can also generate a roster only, by clicking on https://www.elicense.ct.gov/Lookup/GenerateRoster.aspx . However, it may be hard to read the roster unless familiar with Excel; it also has limited information.
Get hospice ratings and inspection reports in Florida. Florida Health Finder site links to the federal HospiceCompare (Care Compare) to compare quality ratings. See who owns each of the hospices in your area. Easy-to-use site from FloridaHealthFinder.gov (FL Agency for Health Care Administration) Updated 2022.
Look up recent inspection reports for all types of healthcare facilities in Florida. Site includes ambulatory surgery centers, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, birth centers, hospitals, clinics, home health, hospice, lab, MRI and imaging centers (see health care clinics), dialysis, rehab agencies, residential treatment centers and more. Both regular biennial inspection reports, and those from complaint investigations are included. Site by FL Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) does not always show the results. Updated for 2023.
Find Georgia Inspection Reports for hospitals, nursing homes, home health agencies, hospice, and all other types of healthcare facilities. Reports are for any state-licensed, registered or certified health facility (including ESRD and urgent care ) or assisted living personal care homes in GA. Check to see if there is a report available from the Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH). Limited comparative information. Inspection violation reports are available for nursing homes, hospitals and other health services. While easy to use, the search feature does not adequately filter. Should enter the name of the organization. Updated 2022.
Find ratings for home health and hospice care across New York state. Search by county to compare certified home health agencies and hospice programs. Site by NY Department of Health shows actual scores and how many stars in the rating. Uses 2019 or 2020 scores. Click on Quality tab to see measures for an agency. Select “Enforcement Actions” from the drop-down menu to see 2021 survey inspection summaries and fines. Consumers may have difficulty understanding the different agency categories: Certified home health agencies vs. licensed or long-term home health. Hospice care quality information shows overall score (click arrow to find detailed scores), family satisfaction, and inspections. The sheer number of agencies can easily overwhelm consumers. Might be helpful to start with names of recommended agencies to compare. Updated 2022.
Washington DC District of Columbia Health Department provides inspection reports online for their health care facilities. Includes nursing homes, assisted living, home care agencies, and more. Click on Nursing Homes. Fairly easy to use. However, inspection reports are rarely very easy to read. Nursing home reports appear to be current to 2023. Some nursing homes didn’t have any inspection last year. Click on Intermediate Care Facilities Division if you want to see survey reports for Assisted Living facilities. This Washington DC website is worth checking.
CNA Abuse List. In North Dakota publishes a list of CNAs (nursing assistants) that may pose a caregiving threat to you or your loved ones. You can check to see if a certified nurse aide has been on the validated abuse list in the last 25+ years in ND. Six types of abuse are listed: mental, neglect, physical, sexual, theft and verbal abuse. State government list, updated in 2022. As of late November 2022, only a handful of CNAs have been added to the list since 2018.
Find a licensed healthcare facility or home health agency in Pennsylvania. Use the directory or locator to search by county for an Ambulatory Surgical Center, Birth Center, Community Mental Health Center, FQHC, Outpatient Rehab, End Stage Renal Disease, Home Health Agency, Home Care, Hospice, Hospital, Intermediate Care for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities, Nursing Home, Pediatric Extended Care, Speech and Physical Therapy, Abortion, Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility, and Rural Health Clinic in PA. Many of the sites have links to facility-specific inspection survey reports. Pennsylvania Department of Health