Skilled Nursing

Southpointe Healthcare Center

4904 WAR ADMIRAL DRIVE, INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46237
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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
5/5
Quality
5/5
Staffing
4/5
RN Rating
5/5

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

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


66%
State
67%
National
Percentage of short-stay residents who were rehospitalized after a nursing home admission:

20%
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:

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

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


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


18%
State
19%
National
Percentage of long-stay residents whose need for help with daily activities has increased:

17%
State
16%
National

Patient Rating Data

2.80
 
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steven johnston

Submitted on Sep 20, 2017

South point is the best. My chronic pain was well managed. Dr's Harrison. Dr. Al and all nurses and Therapists were the best. Good food EXCELLENT O.T. And P.T. Leslie does a wonderful job as therapy head . God bless Steve Johnston

Annette Johnson

Submitted on Dec 8, 2017

My Dad is currently in rehab, and our experience so far has been very upsetting. This facility is very under staffed and the aids or CNA are for the most part terrible at their job. We waited one day for at least an hour before anyone responded to his call light. We have seen no genuine concern from the staff for his comfort and well being. The nursing staff seems adequate but they can only do so much. We have seen many employees hiding out on their cell phones instead of doing their job. And the meals have been a problem, twice we have gone in Dad's room and his food tray is there untouched and cold all of his lights turned out. So I guess they just put down his tray and walk out the door with no concern if he eats or not. Frankly my dog has received better care when I have boarded her than this facility gives their residents and patients. Please dont take your loved one to this place, its awful.

Neva Garrett

Submitted on Jan 14, 2018

This place was HORRIBLE. I was so weak that I had trouble lifting the top off my my plate so they would bring my trays and leave. I couldn't hardly feed myself but they didn't care. Then I had one CNA that stole a couple of my meals. I would beg to have a shower sometimes it would be 5 days without one even though head of nursing promised I would get one every other day. My wound vac was supposed to be changed 3x's week I would have to beg for it to be changed. They didn't know how to follow doctors orders I had to challenge them about 1 of my antibiotics because they stopped it with no orders to stop it. When I was discharged I left without most of my clothes because they couldn't find them. A nurse promised she would bring them to me but it never happened so ive called 4x and they refuse to return phone calls. A nurse got fired for stealing meds while I was there. I would ask for my pain meds and alot of the time I was told I have to call the pharmacy your out. The one thing I was glad for was Andy my occupational therapist. The therapist is good they got me up where I was able to go home. I was there 23 days and 3 people died one right after another I know this because 2 of the people died in rooms right next to my room.PLEASE DON'T SEND YOU'RE LOVED ONES THERE

Mary Davis

Submitted on Jan 15, 2018

The staff is very responsive to concerns. The therapists are patient and really caring.

Connie C

Submitted on May 22, 2017

Kindred admitted my dying mother late September/early October 2016, knowing she was unable to do rehabilitation. She was barely alert and lived less than a week after her admission. I had to stay with her 24/7 except for meals and showers to ensure that she was being properly cared for. Mom was placed at the far end of the hall and ignored by a couple of nurses. Some of her night CNAs came in not knowing I was in her bathroom and were laughing loudly as they turned on the lights. They didnt speak to Mom as they proceeded to roughly turn her over in bed. She had stage IV lung cancer with metastasis to her brain, liver, and spleen. She had 3 pressure sores on her bottom and a history of a back disorder that required her to receive narcotics, lidocaine patches, and steroid injections for over 20 years. Many of the nursing staff lied to me saying Mom was getting narcotics for her pain but I found out on her last day there that they were giving her tylenol. I had to sit there wondering why Mom was grimacing, moaning, and thrashing around in the bed. So my bedbound dying mother was only in mild pain, huh? The Palliative Care nurse spent time with me and Mom and confirmed my suspicions about Mom's pain, inability to swallow, and nearness to death. I have been an RN since 1992 and spent years as a hospice nurse, so I am quite familiar with death, dying, and pain & symptom management. I believed that the nursing staff was advocating for Mom, as they should have been. I even wrote official kudos for a few of them believing they were advocating for her. The new nurse unit manager (who had only been a nurse for three years) even friended one of my siblings on Facebook, which was unprofessional. My mother deserved a high quality of care. Kindred failed to provide that. Perhaps they were only used to patients who were improving instead of dying patients. Thank God Mom was able to spend her last night on earth in a hospice house where she was properly cared for.

About Southpointe Healthcare Center

100 Certified Beds
Does Not Reside In A Hospital
4904 WAR ADMIRAL DRIVE
INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46237

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