91 Nursing Homes in Middlesex County, MA
The average cost of nursing homes in Middlesex County is $11,670 per month. This is higher than the national median of $6,516.
To help you with your search, browse the 234 reviews below for nursing homes in Middlesex County. On average, consumers rate nursing homes in Middlesex County 3.0 out of 5 stars. Better rated regions include Essex with an average rating of 3.1 out of 5 stars.
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Recent Reviews of Nursing Homes in Middlesex
Review of Benchmark Snr Living At The Commons In Lincoln Snf
This review is for the skilled nursing neighborhood at the Benchmark Commoms in Lincoln. If I could give it higher than 5 stars I would. The care my father received here was outstanding. He was tre... Read more
Review of Life Care Center Of Acton
This facility is horrible-doesn't even deserve 1 star. My father was there for rehab and we couldn't get him out fast enough. The minute you walk by the front desk it smells awful. The Ex. Director... Read more
Review of Glen Ridge Nursing Care Center
Genisis has been in touch, I hope the results of my communication are good. Giving best care to folks at Glen Ridge. Medford. All I want. My Aunt not crying on the phone. Again. It is very easy f... Read more
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