Reviews of Aultman Transitional Care Center
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October 09, 2016
I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident
My 90 year old grandma was sent here for 7-10 days of therapy to build strength after a 3 day hospitol stay. We explained IN detail at intake her med allergies and sensitivities. She did great for 7 days and was ready to come home. Then the nursing staff gave her a med she was allergic to and one we specifically told them to never give her. Twice she was given the med in 2 days, causing 3 hospitol visits in 4 days. Aultman then put her on a med she had a SEVERE reaction to previously. We begged the doctor at Woodlawn to take her off. He refused. 3 days later she was nonresponsive for the 4th time and taken to the hospitol. After 3 days of being off the med she was completely recovered and back to normal. Had she not been removed from Woodlawn she wouldn't have survived the incompetent doctor and nursing staff.
June 02, 2012
I visited this facility
My grandpa was admitted to Aultman Woodlawn after having a hip replacement done at Aultman Hospital. They assured us that this would be the best place for him to go. We were always checking on his because he had a heart condition. He was doing better but we felt the need to come by daily to support him. He was doing very well, except that he kept complaining about his incision being sore. The nurses kept reassuring us that it was fine and just part of the healing process. He continued to complain about it his entire stay there. He was released and ended up back in the hospital the following day due to infection from his incision. He ended up becoming very ill and passing away. It was terrible and sadly could have all been prevented if he was properly taken care of. The physical therapy staff there was great. They helped him get on his feet quickly and seemed to really care about the progress he was making. The nursing staff was the unfortunate part. Hopefully they have been able to get things together since this happened. It's awful to lose someone because of something that could have been prevented.
Features of Aultman Transitional Care Center
Medicare (ratings last updated: 06/16/17)
- Medicare Provider Number: 366074
- Ownership Type: Non Profit Other
- Date Certified: 05/01/2017
- Resident Capacity: 60
About Aultman Transitional Care Center
Aultman Transitional Care Center is a nursing home in Canton, OH that provides patients with skilled nursing care as well as private or shared accommodations.for more details on housing, services, and rates.
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