Nursing Home Care at URCC
URCC is your neighborhood five-star, award-winning nursing facility. Our 230-bed nursing facility is led by a fine team of professionals including medical directors, dozens of registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and nursing assistants. Our center offers a full range of medical, rehabilitation, social services and activity programs. We are also only steps away from Union Station and the U.S. Capitol providing a continuity of care for those patients who feel that it is time for extended medical care.
- We have been ranked by CMS as a five-star nursing facility
- We have been a healthcare leader in the community for more than 25 years
- We have a Family and Resident Council that meets regularly to share ideas, information, and concerns
- We hire quality and caring staff that love and are good at what they do
- We also serve as a clinical teaching site for nursing assistant students
URCC’s CMS Score Card
Payment: Medicare & Medicaid
Number of beds: 230
Continuing-care retirement community: No
Ownership: For profit – Corporation
Overall rating: 5 stars
We have free Wi-Fi available to our residents and visitors.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Type of Insurance Do You Accept?
Currently, we accept DC Medicaid and Medicare.
What Are Your Visiting Hours?
URCC does not have set visiting hours; however, we respectfully ask that you visit during times when the resident’s rest is not disturbed.
How Many Residents to a Room?
There are two residents to a room except if it is a private room.
How Much Does it Costs if I Had to Pay-Out-Pocket?
Our private pay rates are $350 per day.
Do You Have Private Rooms?
We do have private rooms although they are limited.
When Can I Visit or Tour the Nursing Home?
We welcome inquiries and enjoy the opportunity to meet families and provide tours of all of our facilities in an effort to find the perfect balance of independence and care. You can visit the nursing home at any time. We are open 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Also, feel free to contact us at (202) 535 – 2014 or (202) 535 – 2096.
Do You Provide Extra Assistance and Supervision to Persons with Dementia and Special Needs?
We understand the needs of each individual is unique and we do our best to provide the very best care to each resident.
Who Should I Contact for Admissions to Your Nursing Home?
You can contact our Admissions Department at (202) 535-2014 or (202) 535-2096.