Eastland Health Care And Rehabilitation Center

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Skilled Nursing  |  2425 KIMBERLY PARKWAY EAST, COLUMBUS, OH 43232
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Eastland Health Care And Rehabilitation Center is a Skilled Nursing provider in Columbus, OH. Please click below to get in touch with them.

93 Certified Beds
Does Not Reside In A Hospital

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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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Kinetic Kimestry

Submitted on Mar 27, 2018

This place needs to cease to exist. The abuse and neglect that I witnessed towards my Father and other patients was inhuman. I was physically assaulted by staff there for not allowing them to preach to me about Jesus. The nurse asked me about my pentacle, and I replied. I was told that I was the devil, I'm going to hell, and I should fall under the anointing of the Lord. And he tried to lay hands on my head, so I smacked his hands away. Then he grabbed my arm. I pulled away from him and I left the building. The next week when I entered the building this same nurse walked away from his workstation in the hallway, approached me and said the same thing 'You are a witch you are a sorceress and you WILL COME UNDER THE AUTHORITY of the blood of christ' and then he moved to put his hands on my head and I punched him to defend myself. I couldnt believe it...One of the nurses there said 'He does that all the time and I told our manager, shes waiting for you'. I spoke her about the situation and she appeared unphased and not surprised. She stated that he had a history of that type of behavior. He was abusive to my Father telling him that His daughter was a demon and that shes going to hell. Although the nursing home TOLD ME that they were aware of his behavior, they permitted him to remain there. Shortly thereafter my Father died. I would be ok if this place closed forever.

David Martin

Submitted on Nov 2, 2016

I applied for a job at Eastland, I never stepped a foot in the door and have this gut feeling that their organization and work team has awful organization and work to do in order to be a person first HEALTHCARE facility. I called in response to set up an interview, the phone receiver bluntly was rude when I asked to speak to Linda, I heard them state "Is Linda Still here?" then sat on the phone not saying a single word, I repeated hello a couple more time before I was aggravated of hearing her breathing in response. A tip for the recruitment crew, HIRE CARING INDIVIDUALS in every area of the facility and department. Especially if it is just a front desk position, they are the first impression.

Melissa Crum

Submitted on Nov 19, 2015

10/17/2016 On October 17th, I saw the most disturbing thing today when driving from the store. I was driving on a cold day when I saw an older man in a wheelchair with his leg propped up and a colostomy bag on his side wheeling himself down the street. What makes this most disturbing is that he was not appropriately dressed for the 40 degree weather and there are no sidewalks on the street along the street. I got out of my car and pushed him to Arby's, the fast food place where he was intending to go. The gentleman told me he was at the Eastland Rehab center. Because he's coherent enough he can sign himself out so staff staff allowed him. But what makes this disturbing is that when I went to the Eastland Care Center to notify them about his dangerous travels they didn't appear to care much. There are many other rehab facility is across the nation that offer services to pick up and deliver food or have nurses that care enough about their patients that will help instead of allowing them to wheelchair themselves in the middle of the cold on a busy street without any bike lanes or sidewalks. The policies and employees are a disgrace. They showed no care about his safety and completely disregard for him. These people are supposed to be health care workers. Emphasis on “care” and there was very little present there. How might your facility change your policies as to not endanger your patients? How might you create a safe environment to demonstrate you actually care about the people who are looking to you for services?

Terrilee Tolliver

Submitted on Oct 12, 2015

I was there and was amazed at the care i receved.

Misty Eaton

Submitted on Dec 12, 2017

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