After a three-day exam, state inspectors found Menorah Park free of deficiencies for the third consecutive year in a row.
Ohio Department of Health supervisors visited the nursing home to ensure that the facility was in compliance with their list of 150 regulatory standards.
“This is a very serious process mandated not just in Ohio, but nationally,” Menorah Park Administrator Richard Schwalberg said in a statement. “They literally follow the patient during meals, morning and evening care, during medication support and restorative care by staff. Inspectors also hear first-hand accounts of care by interviewing residents and families.
"All inspections are unannounced."
Menorah Park is the largest nursing home in Ohio. While Menorah Park received a perfect score on its inspection, nursing homes in the state average five deficiencies, or a 93 percent score.