Landmark of Louisville, one of the city’s largest nursing homes, has been deemed one of the worst nursing homes in Kentucky. According to state inspectors, more than a dozen of the facility’s 200 residents are in immediate danger of “death or serious mental or physical harm.”
Landmark of Louisville is one of the largest long-term care facilities in Jefferson County. According to the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services, it has the second most federally certified beds for Medicare and Medicaid patients in Kentucky. The facility has been operating since 1973. Prior to being purchased in 2017, it was known as the Parkway Rehabilitation and Nursing Center.