Skilled Nursing

Sacramento Post-acute

5255 HEMLOCK STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95841
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About Sacramento Post-acute

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

99 Certified Beds
Does Not Reside In A Hospital
5255 HEMLOCK STREET
SACRAMENTO, CA 95841

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Services Provided

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

Medicare Quality Data

5
Overall Medicare Rating
  based on Medicare quality data
Inspection
3/5
Quality
5/5
Staffing
4/5
RN Rating
4/5

Are you looking for short-term rehab care or a long-term stay?

Percentage of short-stay residents who made improvements in function:


68%
State
68%
National
Percentage of short-stay residents who were rehospitalized after a nursing home admission:

22%
State
22%
National
Percentage of short-stay residents who were successfully discharged to the community:

56%
State
58%
National
Percentage of short-stay residents who had an outpatient emergency department visit:

11%
State
12%
National
Percentage of long-stay residents experiencing one or more falls with major injury:

2%
State
4%
National
Percentage of long-stay residents who self-report moderate to severe pain:


3%
State
6%
National
Percentage of long-stay residents whose ability to move independently worsened:


16%
State
19%
National
Percentage of long-stay residents whose need for help with daily activities has increased:

11%
State
15%
National

Patient Rating Data

3.20
 
3.00


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Mike Dumont

Submitted on Feb 14, 2018

He could stand and transfer to a wheelchair, do the parell bars and put his own clothes on. When I refused to allow him back there, after yet another hospital visit, he could no longer sit up on his own, his toe nails curved over the tops of his toes- but of course the pediatric doc had seen him(and billed me) - the cottage cheese guck in his feet made his visiter vomit, currently he will NOT go into a shower room for fear of breaking a bone (which happened to him at Sac post acute) If you want your loved one to deteariate this is the place to be. And NEVER allow a nurse named Sarah to attend your loved one. David this ones on you. Also expect their belongs to disappear - coats, shoes, jackets, books basically anything non-personal or traceable or sellable. The staff should be drug tested. .

Mike Grable

Submitted on Oct 1, 2016

Thank you for getting me through a very hard time in my life. I had just had a major surgery and was not able to even walk when I arrived. The staff and administration was very helpful and informative always answering my concerns and working with my family keeping them in the loop. I was feeling a little hopeless and the Nurses and Therapist help keep me positive and focused on my recovery. When I left it was walking and feeling good about my life again. Thank You

walter king

Submitted on Jul 29, 2016

I experienced unkown territory with a lot of fear. The staff was caring compassionate and reassuring. They are sufficient and skilled. They can change your mind about convalescent rehabilitation.

Vi Richardson

Submitted on Jun 8, 2015

This place is disgusting; my friend was there due to a broken hip, she is over 70 years old and wore a wrist band that says "assistance required". She rang for the attendant as she had to go to the bathroom - was ignored for 45 minutes. Then when an appearance was made, the port-a-potty was set beside the bed - and the attendant left. She had to climb out of bed, then finally made it on the port-a-potty. After she was done, she again rang for assistance, no one came, so she had to get off and climb back in bed unassisted - ended up with urine all over her. Then this morning when she was visited, the feces from yesterday was still in the port-a-potty. Arrangements were made to immediately remove her from this facility. This place needs to be totally inspected. These poor patients are being given substandard care for a ridiculous cost.

Eleasha Brown

Submitted on Jan 30, 2015

As an employee of Sacramento Post-Acute, I am proud to say that we have an excellent team of care providers. We are dedicated to providing the best care to our patients in a warm and friendly atmosphere.