About Nursing Homes and Rehabilitative Centers
A nursing home is a healthcare setting which provides 24 hour nursing care for individuals needing skilled Medicare services, acute, or long term care treatment. Nursing homes are regulated by the Virginia Department of Health, Office of Licensure and Certification.
Medicaid will pay for this level of care in a facility where a Medicaid-approved bed is available. Medicare pays for this level of care only on a short-term basis under certain circumstances. Nursing homes may also be paid for with private insurance or private funds.
Cherrydale Health and Rehabilitation Center
3710 Lee Highway
Arlington, VA 22207
The Jefferson (CCRC)
900 N. Taylor Street
Arlington, VA 22203
Has independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing units, and a memory care/secured unit
Manor Care Health Services
550 S. Carlin Springs Road
Arlington, VA 22204
Regency Care of Arlington
1785 S. Hayes St.
Arlington, VA 22202
Click on the map below for an interactive view of senior centers, independent living, assisted living, and nursing homes in Arlington.
Check these resources if you are interested in long-term care residential options outside of Arlington: