ProPublica is an independent, non-profit newsroom that produces investigative journalism in the public interest. According to ProPublica’s Nursing Home Inspection Tool, below are the 15 most fined Alabama nursing homes. The below table also details deficiencies and serious deficiencies noted at these nursing homes – as defined by The U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

Fines are listed for the past three years if a home has made partial or full payment (fines under appeal are not included). Information on deficiencies come from a home’s last three inspection cycles, or roughly three years in total.

In addition to the 15 Alabama nursing homes with the highest fines, Golden Living Center – Trussville has been flagged for having a history of serious quality issues. This nursing home is marked with an sign   .

The nursing homes in this list are sorted by the highest fines.

Nursing Home Name


Serious Deficiencies


Total Deficiencies

Fairview At Redstone Village Huntsville 3 $364,130 19
Shadescrest Health Care Center Jasper 0 $189,763 20
Cleburne County Nursing Home Heflin 3 $142,870 26
Elba Nursing And Rehabilitation Center Elba 3 $134,900 20
Twin Oaks Rehabilitation Mobile 0 $122,070 15
Woodland Village Rehabilitation Cullman 4 $89,240 13
Nhc Healthcare, Moulton Moulton 2 $71,500 12
Terrace Oaks Care & Rehabilitation Bessemer 3 $64,611 23
Marion Regional Nursing Home Hamilton 4 $56,583 17
Springhill Manor Nursing Home Mobile 1 $52,343 9
Golden Living Center – Pell City Pell City 0 $44,400 21
Oaks On Parkwood Skilled Nursing Bessemer 0 $26,520 16
Birmingham Nursing And Rehabilitation Birmingham 0 $24,180 16
North Hill Nursing And Rehabilitation Birmingham 0 $20,865 39
Canterbury Health Care Facility Phenix City 0 $16,835 28
  Golden Living Center – Trussville Trussville 3 21