Wheaton, Illinois — The DuPage Care Center in Wheaton has been honored as one of the 2024 U.S. News Best Nursing Homes, a prestigious recognition by U.S. News & World Report.
Earning High-Performing status in both Short-Term Rehabilitation and Long-Term Care, the Center joins an elite group, with only 3% of nursing homes nationwide achieving both accolades.
Human Services Committee Chairman Greg Schwarze praised the facility, citing ongoing renovations and a commitment to high standards as key factors in its success. The U.S. News evaluation includes rigorous criteria, assessing quality measures such as staffing, medical outcomes, and resident satisfaction.
Previously, Newsweek Magazine ranked the
DuPage Care Center as Illinois’ third-best nursing home, highlighting its effective COVID-19 management and accreditations from prominent health organizations. The Kenneth Moy DuPage Care Center, accommodating over 300 residents, is renowned for its comprehensive care services and adherence to stringent health standards.