The Mansion has received numerous awards over the years both for its quality of care, resident satisfaction, and for our efforts at preserving our historic care environment.   We are committed to continuous improvement in our quality of care, delivering value to our healthcare partners, and stakeholders, and bettering our community.

The Mansion has a history of achieving the highest standard of care. We have been recognized as one of U.S. News and World Report’s Best Nursing Homes in 2014, 2015, and again in 2017-2018.  In 2019 we became the only nursing home in RI to hold Quality Assurance & Performance Improvement (QUAPI) accreditation through Providigm based on standards for excellence in continuously improving quality of care and life for our nursing home residents.

The Mansion has been fortunate and diligent in maintaining COVID-free status through RI’s reopening. Central Falls Mayor, James Diossa and Chief Health Strategist, Dr. Michael Fine, visited our staff on July 2nd to congratulate us on a job well done. Dr. Fine noted on the occasion “[The Mansion] brings to their patients and to their staff a level of connectedness and a level of compassion that I’ve never seen elsewhere.” We aim to be continually worthy of that generous remark.

During the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the Mansion’s focus has been unwavering in safeguarding the health and well-being of our residents. We are incredibly humbled by the shared effort of our excellent staff across our entire organization. We are also appreciative our our resident families and our extended community for their care and patience as we slowly reopen to visitation. The entire world of long-term care has been traumatically impacted by the current crisis, many excellent nursing facilities across our state have experienced outbreaks, regardless of preparation. In this incredibly challenging environment the Mansion has undertaken extraordinary efforts to maintain a high degree of readiness to achieve the best outcomes possible whatever our circumstances.

Over the years we have won a number of awards for careful stewardship of our facility and it’s immediate surroundings. Our leadership team has twice won the Rhode Island Historic Preservation Award, both for our efforts to preserve the interior and exterior beauty of our building, while meeting, without compromise, the most rigorous regulatory demands of a skilled health care facility, and for a major housing renovation project in our immediate neighborhood.

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Select Awards & Distinctions

  • 2017 U.S. News – Best Nursing Homes
  • 2015 U.S. News – Best Nursing Homes
  • 2014 U.S. News – Best Nursing Homes
  • 2014 RI Nursing Home Quality Care Collaborative – Silver Medal
  • 2013 Quality Initiatives Award
  • 2005 Rhode Island Historic Preservation Award
  • 1996 Rhode Island Historic Preservation Award
  • 1995 Samuel J. Conant Award