11 of the 55 nursing homes in Hennepin county are excellent.

June 2023

Where are all the providers and patients?

There are 55 skilled nursing facilities in Hennepin county, Minnesota caring for roughly 4,700 patients.

The two maps below show:

  1. Driving time estimates to each nursing home
  2. Where patients are & how they're doing, in Hennepin county

This first map shows how far you have to drive to find good care.

The way to read the map is, if you choose the 15 minute drive time map and you live beneath a yellow region then you have less than a 15 minute drive to a 5 star nursing home. The color indicates the quality of care.

Using the controls below the map can also change the map to show a 30 minute drive and see how that is. You can also can choose between Overall star, Quality star, Health star, and Staffing star.

You can click on a state or county to focus on it. And click the "Clear Focus" button to see data for more areas.

Drive time map controls
Stars shown:

Next, the dots map shows a colored dot for each patient in Hennepin county. We color each dot based on the overall star the nursing home earns.

Yellow is best. starstarstarstarstar

One dot per resident map controls
Stars shown:

Click on one of the states or counties with dots to see performance summary for that area.

As you do you will notice that buildings with fewer residents, in general, have better quality.

How does quality change through time?

Medicare/Medicaid rate Nursing homes on a 5 Star scale. Both their performance and the rating system change through time.

These graphs show the quality of care the average patient receives in Hennepin county, Minnesota. And how that has changed through time.

Hover over the graphs to see the data values change

Overallstarstarstar_half

Healthstarstar

Qualitystarstarstarstar_half

Staffingstarstarstar

Occupancy

4,719 residents in 5,905 beds (80%).

Data as of June 2023

This is the most recent day this group's data changed on Care Compare.

COVID-19 shows up in the data

The "Occupancy" chart shows how many patients are in this group of nursing homes through time. From May to September 2020, Medicare/Medicaid paused reporting that number of patients in nursing homes.

They started reporting it again in October 2020. In the "Occupancy" graph above you can see a little cliff drop off at that time.

Not all of that decrease in occupancy is from patients dying. Nursing homes also help people after they leave the hospital, but need more care before they go home.

At the start of the pandemic hospitals stopped doing elective surgeries. For instance, when a patient gets a knee replacement surgery some times they get extra care in a nursing home.

Because people were not getting those surgeries they did not need nursing home care. In addition to COVID deaths, that pause in the surgery-to-nursing-home pipeline increased the occupancy drop shown in the graph.

Steady performance, on average

With enough providers, most of the time the graphs above are pretty steady. Any blips are from changes in how Medicare/Medicaid evaluates nursing homes. So sometimes you will notice dips in the Quality or Staffing rating graphs. Thats when Medicare/Medicaid raised their standards of performance. And set the expectation for all nursing homes to do better.

There are two dips in the "Staffing" graph. The March 2018 one is from Medicare/Medicaid requiring providers to report payroll information. That made it harder for the providers to fudge their staffing numbers. The July 2022 one is from Medicare/Medicaid adding turnover and weekend staffing levels to how they calculated the staffing star. The thinking being that lower staff turnover means better care. And also that nursing happens 7 days a week, not just Monday to Friday.

It is reassuring to see the graphs come back up as the people working in the nursing homes do better.

Performance changes in space and time

The animation below shows performance across the county. The average performance across the county is mostly steady. But performance at an individual nursing home can vary quite a bit. You can see the # of stars stays almost constant but the performance mosaic changes every 3 months.

In the animation each colored region shows the performance of a nursing home in that part of the county, in each of the components of the 5 star rating. Yellow is best.

Who are the providers to use (and avoid!) in Hennepin county?

We here at PlainProof don't know anything about the people working or living in the buildings in this report. We don't know if their facilities are nice or shabby. We don't know if they are kind or not.

All the conclusions below are from the data the provider has reported to Medicare and Medicaid. We don't know if any of them will be a good fit for you or who you're searching for care for. But we do know whether they've been consistently good at providing care.

Consistently good care means above average care (starstarstarstar) for substantial portion (more than 75%!) of the nursing home's existence (or past 5 years).

Why does consistently good performance matter? Well because it shows they have systems in place that can weather challenges the nursing home business faces while continuing to provide qualtiy care.

In addition to our list below you can use these Medicare provided resources: guide for choosing a nursing home and checklist to help find the right place for you.

Stars by the numbers As of June 2023

There are 4706 residents living in nursing homes in Hennepin county, Minnesota.

About 2 of every 5 residents (1941 residents, 41.2%) live in below average nursing homes that are currently rated starstar or fewer stars by Medicare/Medicaid.

StarsOverall StarQuality StarHealth StarStaffing Star
No stars49
1%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
star1287
27%
49
1%
1327
28%
512
11%
starstar605
13%
344
7%
1206
26%
379
8%
starstarstar1135
24%
1161
25%
862
18%
1340
28%
starstarstarstar419
9%
1496
32%
1133
24%
1283
27%
starstarstarstarstar1211
26%
1656
35%
178
4%
1193
25%

OK thats great, so who are the good ones?

Click through the 4 sections below to see alphabetical lists of providers. They are grouped by consistency and quality of their performance over time. There are also 29 providers that are kind of in the middle of the road performance-wise, that we are not showing you here.

Good, consistent providers

4 that are consistently good overall
4 providers with starstarstarstarstar stars
  • Covenant Living Of Golden Valley Care & Rehab Ctr
    Golden Valley, MN, 55422
  • Fairview University Trans Serv
    Minneapolis, MN, 55454
  • Good Samaritan Ambassador
    New Hope, MN, 55427
  • Interlude
    Plymouth, MN, 55441
7 with good quality consistently
7 providers with starstarstarstarstar stars
  • Birchwood Care Home
    Minneapolis, MN, 55408
  • Catholic Eldercare On Main
    Minneapolis, MN, 55413
  • Jones Harrison Residence
    Minneapolis, MN, 55416
  • Minnesota Masonic Home Care Center
    Bloomington, MN, 55437
  • Redeemer Residence Inc
    Minneapolis, MN, 55408
  • Saint Therese At Oxbow Lake
    Brooklyn Park, MN, 55443
  • St Therese Home
    New Hope, MN, 55428

Providers doing well now.

But don't have a long history of being good.
16 that are good overall
10 providers with starstarstarstarstar stars
  • Andrew Residence
    Minneapolis, MN, 55404
  • Augustana Chapel View Care Center
    Hopkins, MN, 55343
  • Folkestone
    Wayzata, MN, 55391
  • Friendship Village Of Bloomington
    Bloomington, MN, 55438
  • Haven Homes Of Maple Plain
    Maple Plain, MN, 55359
  • Minnesota Masonic Home Care Center
    Bloomington, MN, 55437
  • Mount Olivet Careview Home
    Minneapolis, MN, 55419
  • Mount Olivet Home
    Minneapolis, MN, 55419
  • St Therese Home
    New Hope, MN, 55428
  • The Birches At Trillium Woods
    Plymouth, MN, 55446
6 providers with starstarstarstar stars
  • Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institutes Trp
    Golden Valley, MN, 55422
  • Lake Minnetonka Shores
    Spring Park, MN, 55384
  • Martin Luther Care Center
    Bloomington, MN, 55425
  • Redeemer Residence Inc
    Minneapolis, MN, 55408
  • Saint Therese At Oxbow Lake
    Brooklyn Park, MN, 55443
  • The Estates At Excelsior Llc
    Excelsior, MN, 55331
27 with good quality
12 providers with starstarstarstarstar stars
  • Andrew Residence
    Minneapolis, MN, 55404
  • Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institutes Trp
    Golden Valley, MN, 55422
  • Covenant Living Of Golden Valley Care & Rehab Ctr
    Golden Valley, MN, 55422
  • Fairview University Trans Serv
    Minneapolis, MN, 55454
  • Friendship Village Of Bloomington
    Bloomington, MN, 55438
  • Good Samaritan Ambassador
    New Hope, MN, 55427
  • Good Samaritan Society - Specialty Care Community
    Robbinsdale, MN, 55422
  • Haven Homes Of Maple Plain
    Maple Plain, MN, 55359
  • Interlude
    Plymouth, MN, 55441
  • Martin Luther Care Center
    Bloomington, MN, 55425
  • Mount Olivet Home
    Minneapolis, MN, 55419
  • Southside Care Center
    Minneapolis, MN, 55408
15 providers with starstarstarstar stars
  • Augustana Chapel View Care Center
    Hopkins, MN, 55343
  • Benedictine Health Center Of Minneapolis
    Minneapolis, MN, 55404
  • Cedars At St Louis Park, A Villa Center
    Saint Louis Park, MN, 55426
  • Ebenezer Care Center
    Minneapolis, MN, 55404
  • Edenbrook Of Edina
    Minneapolis, MN, 55423
  • Folkestone
    Wayzata, MN, 55391
  • Grand Avenue Rest Home
    Minneapolis, MN, 55409
  • Mn Veterans Home Minneapolis
    Minneapolis, MN, 55417
  • Mount Olivet Careview Home
    Minneapolis, MN, 55419
  • North Ridge Health And Rehab
    New Hope, MN, 55428
  • Providence Place
    Minneapolis, MN, 55407
  • The Birches At Trillium Woods
    Plymouth, MN, 55446
  • The Terrace At Crystal Llc
    Crystal, MN, 55422
  • The Villa At Bryn Mawr
    Minneapolis, MN, 55405
  • The Villa At Osseo
    Osseo, MN, 55369

Providers with consistent problems

Skip these.

We couldn't find any here.

Providers doing not so well now.

But don't have a long history of being not great.
23 that are below average overall
9 providers with starstar stars
  • Benedictine Health Center Of Minneapolis
    Minneapolis, MN, 55404
  • Birchwood Care Home
    Minneapolis, MN, 55408
  • Cedars At St Louis Park, A Villa Center
    Saint Louis Park, MN, 55426
  • Jones Harrison Residence
    Minneapolis, MN, 55416
  • Mission Nursing Home
    Plymouth, MN, 55441
  • Richfield A Villa Center
    Richfield, MN, 55423
  • Robbinsdale A Villa Center
    Robbinsdale, MN, 55422
  • Southside Care Center
    Minneapolis, MN, 55408
  • The Estates At Chateau Llc
    Minneapolis, MN, 55404
13 providers with star star
  • Bywood East Health Care
    Minneapolis, MN, 55418
  • Edenbrook Of Edina
    Minneapolis, MN, 55423
  • Hopkins Health Services
    Hopkins, MN, 55343
  • Lake Minnetonka Care Center
    Deephaven, MN, 55331
  • North Ridge Health And Rehab
    New Hope, MN, 55428
  • Providence Place
    Minneapolis, MN, 55407
  • The Estates At Bloomington Llc
    Bloomington, MN, 55420
  • The Estates At St Louis Park Llc
    Saint Louis Park, MN, 55426
  • The Terrace At Crystal Llc
    Crystal, MN, 55422
  • The Villa At Bryn Mawr
    Minneapolis, MN, 55405
  • The Villa At Osseo
    Osseo, MN, 55369
  • The Villa At St Louis Park
    Saint Louis Park, MN, 55426
  • Walker Methodist Health Center
    Minneapolis, MN, 55409
1 with no star at this time
  • Victory Health & Rehabilitation Center
    Minneapolis, MN, 55430
4 with below average quality
3 providers with starstar stars
  • Park Health A Villa Center
    Saint Louis Park, MN, 55416
  • Richfield A Villa Center
    Richfield, MN, 55423
  • Walker Methodist Health Center
    Minneapolis, MN, 55409
1 provider with star star
  • Victory Health & Rehabilitation Center
    Minneapolis, MN, 55430

Where to from here?

Well we haven't made the analysis of why staffing stars are so low across the country or more general analyses of stars. So those things are coming sometime soon. And this data can change every month. If you want to know when we do add to this sign up below:

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Minnesota nursing homes

Where is the data from?

To get money for treating Medicare and Medicaid patients nursing homes must:

  1. Get inspected about once a year.
  2. Send payroll information about every three months.
  3. Report quality of care information weekly.

Medicare & Medicaid then take that information and boil it down into a 5 star rating.

On this page we have gone through some of that information and use our nursing home analysis software to do this data analysis for providers in Hennepin county.