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Capital Transitional Care

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About Capital Transitional Care

Capital Transitional Care is a Skilled Nursing provider in Sacramento, CA. They have not claimed this facility yet, please use their phone number to contact them directly.

121 Certified Beds
Does Not Reside In A Hospital
6821 24TH STREET

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  • Physical Therapy Services
  • Occupational Therapy Services
  • Speech Pathology Services
  • Pharmacy Services
  • Podiatry Services
  • Dialysis Services
  • Ventilator Services
  • Alzheimers Services
  • Head Trauma Services
  • Hospice Services

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Scott Edwards

Submitted on Dec 3, 2017

This is not a very nice Skilled Nursing Facility. The pictures do not accurately portray this place. The nursing staff as well as the administration are lacking the skill set to be called skilled. I have been here for 3 weeks and it has been the worst experience of my life. I have had to remind my nurse to bring my medication, ask her to use an alcohol wipe before giving me injections and request she check my blood sugar before injecting me with insulin. The social services group made an appointment for me to see my doctor but failed to let me know of the appointment, so I was charged a no show fee by my doctors office. This facility is not equipped to accommodate diabetics. They don't not offer a diabetic menu or any sugar free options for the patients. I definitely would reconsider sending anyone I love here. There is no one who monitors the call button so you can literally sit here for over an hour before anyone responds. If you are in distress, good luck getting someone to help!! People yelling all day long are ignored by staff. This place is a circus. Don't get me wrong, there are some good nurses here but the negative definitely out weigh the positive.

Keiko Mertz

Submitted on Dec 7, 2017

My father was housed here for about 9 months following a serious medical issue and partial-coma. His first care facility, based in Davis, had an electrical fire and all patients had to be evacuated. Moving him to this location may have been the best thing to ever happen to him! He had fiery nurses that kept him on his toes, and playfully treated him like a family member. They had a no-nonsense policy and helped to motivate him to work harder and rehabilitate his muscles. The environment was always clean, and he was always clean, fed, and taken care of. They kept him on a regimented diet (he hated the food but it was good for him), and enforced a schedule with him. Through his recovery they also assisted in finding him clothes, and had games he could play with other residents in the building! They also have social workers on site that facilitate independence by finding resources for healed patients to return home or to live independently. I am very happy with the care he received. Their physical therapy team are superstars! This all being said, nursing facilities are a double edged sword. Limited resources means the best staff are likely paired with patients who are lucid, or have the best chance of recovery. Because my dad was lucid, he could advocate for himself and I only needed to step in occasionally. Families with family members who are not lucid should take care in the facility they choose. I have no experience with any facility in regards to long-term care for individuals who are unconscious or have limited mental activity. It could be excellent at this facility, or it could need work. My advice would be to seek a facility whose mission is to make this sort of patient as comfortable as possible. I gave this facility 4 stars instead of 5 for this reason only: if you are looking for a swanky place to put grandma, this aint it. It doesn't have the bells and whistles that other homes may have, not the newest technologies, and the building itself is dated. On my dad's transition out they were in the process of updating quite a bit of things, so it may be different now. Overall, I would send him here again. What they lack in luster, they gain back in the personalities and work ethic of their staff. I also think it's important to mention that my dad had conflict with some patients. It could be his fiery personality, other's desire for drama, or both. I often thought that patients were of a rowdy, and, erhm, often from the fringes of society. Take that as you will. Staff were good at handling conflict, and I never had any concern for my father's health or well-being.

Lorie Derilo

Submitted on Mar 31, 2017

My dear friend Charles has been there for a year now.. I would just like to say "Thank you from the bottom of my heart. All the nurses who help him daily....your such a blessing...."Thank you soooo much!

lioness 9

Submitted on May 3, 2017

My brother is currently at this facility. I can say that I like all the nursing staff the RNA's and SOME of the CNA's are good and friendly. However some need to remember their training. Heels on bed cause ulcers....The facility is clean with no oder walking in. I have found big spiders in my brothers room and the dinning room (by the drinking water bottle of all places). In the summer it is hotter then hell and sometimes in the winter it is humid. There must be no air conditioner in the facility. The temperature is never regulated. A lot of people I run into at this place say the Administration should be fired. They act like they want to help you and smile to your face but you know they don't like you because you ask questions and want answers...isn't that how it should be - after all it is our loved family member there. If your loved one needs Physical Therapy or Speech Therapy I feel sorry for you. The Speech therapist will only evaluate my brother every 3 he is improving or not...really. At least he can come by all the rooms and check on never see him except sitting behind his interaction - he is so unfriendly. He doesn't even talk to family members...only if you walk up to him. Disgusting display of professionalism. My brother has not one time been to the physical therapy room. They do not help...this is a help yourself place and die while trying. If my brother didn't have to stay here I would have had him someplace else long ago. We have asked over and over for the Social Worker to find a place closer to us but her attempts always fail. Guess they will lose money if the bed is not occupied. I wish the State would survey me and my husband - we have observed a lot.

Dan Taylor

Submitted on May 28, 2017

Dingy rooms, broken light fixture, slow response by nurses. Would NOT recommend this facility.