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Oak Park Nursing And Rehabilitation Center is a Skilled Nursing provider in San Antonio, TX. Please click below to get in touch with them.
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I only give this one star to one nurse. He is the only one who cares somewhat for my husband that is there for rehab after having part of his leg amputated. More than half the nurses there don't give two craps about your loved one there.and the doctor there today! Because of him my husband could have died from being to dehydrated. The doctor told the nurse NOT t o give my husband any IV fluids. Now my husband had o be rushed o the ER. Thanks Oak Parks. You should be closed down.....
Staff friendly and care about the residents. Any concerns we had management addressed quickly. No smells. My family member enjoyed their stay at this facility and I would recommend it to others.
Most of the reviews posted here are true. I have worked here few months ago and this place is just terrible.. There's a stinky smell everywhere, soiled briefs are put into a bare trash can with no plastic or lid on it.. Nursing management is a joke. Most of them are newbies and inexperienced so don't really trust their capability. There are employees whom you can see who do really care about the resident but its the management you're gonna have trouble with, coz they seem like they don't know what they're doing. If you can avoid this place for your loved ones, please do so.
Details from visit with a resident on 11-10-2017 Pipe under sink leaks causing water to leak into some of her belongings and unto floor. I removed her her belongings and notified a staff member. No one did anything so I placed a trash can underneath to catch the constant drip. Bathroom has cracked tile, scarred wood, missing paint. Why would you move someone into a room that wasn't even ready? They haven't provided her with disposable briefs despite being there for 4 days. They tried saying she was new to that section. She informed that she had been in the same room since she arrived. All meals/food are pre packaged. To prepare for cooking they are microwaved. Nothing is fresh. Throughout my 4+ hour visit there were 2 residents that were consistently very distraught. 1 of the residents in question became exceptionally agitated and began to scream and cry. An attendant walked down the hall and shortly after that I heard, "Be quiet." "Stop It." Approximately an hour or so later a resident fell and was slumped unconscious against the door of her room. The attendant was unable to open the door on her own. She returned back half way up the the hall & called for help. (They don't have a communication system on them that connects to everyone.) With reinforcement they pushed this woman's unconscious body with door to gain entrance to her room. Today my friend called me and said that the sewer waterwas backed up her entire section. They don't have any plumbing and it smells like raw sewage. She said they weren't allowed to shower only to use the toilets on the "Rich" side which was unaffected but, had to return back their side when done. My friend was denied one of her medications due to the side effect of increased urination and causing more necessary escorted trips to the other side. They had someone there in afternoon working on plumbing but, when I spoke with friend this evening @almost 7pm, the toilets were still backing up and flooding the rooms. According to other residents this isn't the first time this happens. Also, there aren't any phones in the rooms which seems to further isolate most of these residents.( I spoke with my friend via her free mobile with limited minutes.)
The staff in this building are all an exceptional bunch of people. It's quite obvious that these folks truly care about the residents.