Reviews of Woodlands Care Center of Alachua County
February 19, 2015
I visited this facility
I was in Woodland to visit, but I wasn't overly impressed. It seemed kind of cold to me. It didn't feel too comfortable, and it was like cold. The staff did their job. I hate to say they were impersonal because they were not. But they don't have time for the little things that they could do if they had just one or two more people. Woodland was clean. The rooms were small, and some of them were shared.
October 16, 2014
I am a friend or relative of resident
If you care for your family member then don't leave them there. Terrible care. Our father suffered a stroke and was transferred to Woodlands for rehab. He needed assistance with eating, transferring, grooming, etc after the stroke. Their idea of assistance was heavy sedation and leaving the food on this bedside table. There was no assistance with grooming, eating, brushing teeth, etc. After 2 months he developed decubitis ulcers, a UTI and pneumonia. He was admitted to a hospital with a UTI, pneumonia, dehydration, severely malnourished and died several days later. Horrible facility.
June 28, 2014
My daughter was admitted here after a knee replacement. The staff who wheeled her in had no knowledge of joint replacement protocol. They dumped her in her room and no one checked on her till I made a stink. They did not have her meds. They could not provide a clear answer as to when they would have her meds. The nurses were surly and non responsive. There was NO TV in her room. But the worst part was laving to listen to the other patients calling for help over and over and being ignored. They had a really LOUD tv at the nurses station, I guess to make it easier to ignore the patients. Overall horrible experience and I checked her out of there after five hours.
September 05, 2013
I visited this facility
this has to be one of the worse facilities i have seen. the night staff let my husband fall when he needed to use the restroom and he ended up with trauma to his rib cage. two days later the director told him that if he did not particapate in his re-hab they would have to let him go as a patient. After two days he was brought to the hospital where they confirmed there was trauma to the ribs, he had a lot of pain. after an extended stay at the hospital, i brought my husband home. would not leave my dog there
Features of Woodlands Care Center of Alachua County
Medicare (ratings last updated: 06/01/17)
- Medicare Provider Number: 106046
- Ownership Type: For Profit Corporation
- Resident Capacity: 120
About Woodlands Care Center of Alachua County
Woodlands Care Center of Alachua County is a nursing home in Gainesville, FL 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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