Woodview Care And Rehabilitation

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Skilled Nursing  |  2770 CLIME ROAD, COLUMBUS, OH 43223
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100 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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Norman Rodriguez

Submitted on Mar 12, 2018

Please forgive me in advance for the long review, however, I am going to go into detail as to why the low rating. The positive here is that some of the staff are very friendly. Not going to say all are, but, for the most part my interaction with some staff members, especially the physical/occupational therapy team has been good. The aids and the nurses are, for the most part, on their game except for a few that need to work on their communication skills. That is about all there is to say that is absolutely positive. Now for the negative. Maintenance: in the month and a half I’ve been here, I’ve been in a room where my bathroom toilet has been unable to flush properly. It’s become a bit of a joke, really. I’ve had to use a bedside commode and sometimes the aids have to flush 3-4 times in order to get the contents to go down. Laundry: they tell you to tag your clothing with your name on it. Makes sense since there are a lot of people who need to have their clothes cleaned. However, what is the point if they lose your clothing? I’ve had my clothing show up in other people’s rooms more often than my own. Medicine: while the staff is friendly, I recommend keeping track of medications yourself. On numerous occasions, my medicines have been late or marked down as refused when I haven’t refused them. Not sure if this is intentional negligence or a product of low staffing, the point is that the people that are here for a short term are here to get better. Not worse. Food: food in nursing homes is not known to be good. I don’t expect a 5-Star dining experience but I would find healthier options in McDonalds. A lot of patients here are probably on a low sodium diet because of doctors orders. It’s not a hard dietary requirement to follow except the dietary and kitchen staff manages to screw it up. What edible food they do provide is usually cold by the time it reaches you. And if you want something other than water, be prepared to shell out money if you are diabetic or deal with insulin. In the case you aren’t diabetic, make sure to ask for ice if you want orange juice in the morning since sometimes it is warmer than the food. Variety of food throughout the week is really inconsistent. If you come here, I hope you love sandwiches and hot dogs, because, that is what you will eat most days for lunch and dinner. Patient Tranquility: Don’t expect much here. Like most hospitable, they will wake you up in the middle of the night if they need vitals. For the life of me, however, i can’t seem to figure out why they have to wake you up at 3 or 4 am to get you out of bed so you can be weighed. So that’s pretty much it in a nutshell. How things could be resolved: 1. Instead of wasting money away on a daily bulletin, allocate that money on decent food and provide food options to residents. 2. Treat staff better to eliminate turnover. Hire more quality aids and nurses because the ones here are overworked. 3. Retrain almost all staff on communication skills. If a patient requests something, don’t leave them hanging if it isn’t available. I hope you have found this review helpful. Hopefully the administration reads this and takes it to heart, this isn’t to bash the place, however to provide feedback to make it better.

Cynthia Price

Submitted on Nov 7, 2017

If possible would give a lower score then a 1 star. My Dad was transferred here and only lived for less than 24 hours once transferred. Meds were given to nurses with instructions and yet not one nurse gave him the medicine that he needed. He called multiple family members throughout the night asking for help. Once we called and checked on him and asked to speak to a nurse the nurse disregarded our concerns saying everything was fine. There is an odor that greets you once you get in the door. When I arrived to say goodbye to my father I heard several nurses treating other patients there very rudely. I understand neglect is unfortunately a very common thing in the nursing home field- However, this one may have cost my dad his life. While picking a nursing home and skilled facility can be a tough and stressful situation. Let this review (and the others) be just the warning you need before you allow your loved ones to mistreated the way mine was.

Mary Imler

Submitted on Dec 7, 2017

My mother was taken to this facility to receive physical therapy to regain use of her legs after a fall. Although the staff is friendly they are understaffed and neglectful. They have missed doses of medication, causing her blood pressure and insulin levels to be dangerously high. They have deprived her of water, given the wrong medication at the wrong time, and even called family to bring her prescription to them because they were out of stock and could not give her pain meds unless she provided them. They were supposed to transport her to a doctor's appointment and failed to do so. They did not bath her until it was brought to their attention days later. If you are thinking about sending a family member here, I highly suggest you DON'T!

Amanda Bush

Submitted on Dec 7, 2017

This place smells. I tried to get a job here since I only live half. A mile from the facility so if people are snowed In u could even walk to work it's that's close to my work. I've been an STNA for 16 years and they were very did not help me with any of my questions all they said said was some 2nd sifts may be available that's it.. So I went to another nursing home wont say the same but got a no . The Same day. It's a little father than I wanted with winter here . But they are missing out. I'm a wonderful caring aide and pick up extra hours so my residents are well taking care of. I was very disappointed in the way I was treated even though I asked if I worked 2nd shift here n there and be on waiting for a day or night shift position to come up. Good luck to you Woodview.- Amanda

Sherry Cronk

Submitted on Oct 27, 2017

If I could give a lower score, I would. My husband was there for less than 24 hours and died. He was transferred from Kobacker (wish he could have stayed there). Woodview nurse said that no meds or scripts came with him. I know they did. I was there. He called me at 1:30 AM and 4:30 AM to tell me to come get him that this was a terrible place. I wished I had. He might still be alive today.

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