Rowan Community

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Skilled Nursing  |  4601 EAST ASBURY CIRCLE, DENVER, CO 80222
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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

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Yakob A.S.

Submitted on Apr 4, 2017

For reference, I stayed here for a little over 40 days. I namely was there trying to walk again, using wheelchairs, walkers, etc. PROS: Physical therapy and occupational therapy is generally superb. They care about your progress, they've proper equipment on hand to help and even the nurses looking after the exercise area while PT/OTs are gone are quite helpful. Nurses handling the patients are friendly and pretty on point about getting you the meds you're scheduled or changing dressings. You can eat in your room instead of out in the dining room, which is much more comfortable for a patient with all their bearings about them; because most of the dining room is people screaming, getting help being fed or general insanity. CONS: Understaffed CNAs, is the main issues as I understand it. Ask a nurse for a shower, you might not get it from the CNAs that day because they were busy/forgot. Hit the call light in your room and you'll wait an average of 8+ minutes, so hopefully you didn't fall and hurt yourself and search for the call light. I understand why they don't respond to all calls quickly, as my roommate would literally yell for help when he needed the TV turned on or his pants changed. This response time via a call-light is a definite worry as someone who observes this place operate and luckily isn't in danger on a regular basis. Food is pretty tasteless and you get 2 choices a day, or you can eat one of the "everyday" things, which is basically a salad or a burger. The CNAs delivering and checking what I want to eat do not understand what Lactose Intolerance means, either from language barrier or undertrained personnel. They bring soy milk because my menu specifically says "no milk" but I'll still get cheese on my tacos, spaghetti, etc or a boston creme pie for dessert because they don't understand that's inedible, too. Older building so the heat is pretty negligible. It's 40 outside? It's 50 inside. Luckily they provide a lot of blankets if you need it. I can't fathom how hot it might get in the summer months. Lastly, this issue is still being handled, but it's a "non smoking facility." Though even if you possess a lighter or cigarettes they will be confiscated without regard for the fact that their policy says nothing about possession. So, be wary there and aware that even if you walk a few blocks away you're still in danger of losing your stuff.

Tamisha Chovanak

Submitted on Apr 20, 2018

John Echtermeyer

Submitted on Jan 18, 2017

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