Nursing home complaints from Long Island, NYC and Hudson Valley

The percentage of nursing homes residents on antipsychotic drugs exceeds the state average at 34 of the 78 institutions on Long Island, according to data from the New York State Department of Health. Here is state information about nursing homes on file as of March 10, 2015, coupled with data from the federal government about antipsychotic drug levels. Deficiencies (problems found by inspectors) and complaints resulting in citations are during the past three years, while the amount of fines listed account for those levied since the beginning of 2005. Nursing homes classified as voluntary are non-profit.

For more details, get a complete state report on any institution by clicking on the institution name in the table below.

This database posted on March 27, 2015.

Percentage of nursing home residents on antipsychotic drugs

From 0.01 up to 20%
From 20% up to 35%
35% up to 55%
Zero or Data not available

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