Reviews of Life Care Center of Haltom
Average Rating: based on 3 Reviews
I am a friend or relative of resident
They have repeatedly disregarded Dr. orders to maintain my mother on private pay and off her insurance (which I understand pays less than going rate). Nursing staff is not bad, but administration is all about the dollar with little regard for patients welfare. Stay away!
I am a professional in Texas and have referred clients to Life Care Center of Halton, a 127-bed nursing home facility, providing nursing care & rehabilitation services to their residents to address their needs.
Several clients have commented that the staff do a good job, providing good care & helping them with their needs. Also, one client shared: "I really like it here, they (staff) are so nice & help me all the time, and the living room & courtyards are just wonderful. We have alot of fun."
From the above client's comment & others, it seems this is an excellent nursing home, that provides quality care to their residents. provides
I am a friend or relative of a resident
My father has been sent to stay at Life Care Center of Haltom a few times. He usually goes there after he has surgery and the purpose of his stay is for rehab. My father has diabetes, among other health issues, and has had several amputations due to the complications associated with diabetes. As of right now, he has one leg amputated below the knee, the other is amputated above the knee, and he has had 2 fingers amputated on his right hand.The staff at this facility is generally nice and friendly. They smile and say hello and make you feel welcome. They are not always quite on top of things - my father also goes to dialysis 3 times a week because he also has kidney failure and they "forgot" to take him one day! My mom and I were angry because that is life or death. I'm still not quite sure what happened but he went the next time he was supposed to go.As far as the facility itself, it is clean and nicely decorated. The main problem that has come about with my father staying there is that the bathroom doorways, and the bathrooms for that matter, are not large enough to fit a wheelchair. Now, if this was just about any other type of building, this might be acceptable, but it's a nursing home! Probably half of the residents, if not more than half, are in wheelchairs. This causes problems when my dad goes there because even if he is able to transfer and use the bathroom, he cannot get in there so he has to wear diapers.
Medicare provider number: 675935
Location of Life Care Center of Haltom
Features of Life Care Center of Haltom
- Ownership type: For profit - Corporation
- Sprinkler status: fully sprinklered