Reviews of Park Place Nursing Facility
David84537750 May 30, 2014
I am a friend or relative of a resident
Park Place was an excellent place. It was just more care than my father actually needed. It was more of a rehab facility, and there were extra things that he didn't need help with. He also complained about the food. Not that it was bad, but he likes it better where he's at now. He was in a shared room, two patients to a room. It was very hospital-like. However, the place was very clean. You would never smell anything out of the way, and it always smelled fresh and clean. I never saw anything dirty in the place. The staff gave me information on Dad's condition and told me that he really didn't need to be there, and that's one thing I was grateful for. They did most of rehab work, and he was able to take care of himself. He just needed somebody to make sure he wouldn't wander off. They had activities like exercise and that sort of thing. He seemed like he was happy there. He just didn't care for being in a shared room because he was hoping to have an apartment-like feel. The food was kind of like hospital food. However, for a rehab facility, it was excellent.
Joe16 July 25, 2013
I am/was a resident of this facility
I stayed at Park Place for a week and they took good care of me. They were very nice. I chose it because its three miles away from Monroe Georgia which is my hometown. They've got a couple of registered nurses. They also got exercise crew that knows what they are doing. I can't barely make it to the room in a wheelchair six months ago and now I am exercising well over 45 minutes a day. The food was good. I felt as good as I ever had.
Terry8 March 21, 2013
I am a friend or relative of a resident
My father is in a nursing home right now but he's doing rehab. Park Place was recommended by the doctor at the hospital and his primary care physician because it is closer to their home as well. For the most part, the staff is very attentive. It seemed they don't rush to help the patient go to the bathroom, but I keep in mind too that they have so many patients to get to the bathrooms. But it's hard and humiliating for like even my father who could just sit there and wet his pants. You're always going to have some people on the staff that don't seem to really want to do anything. I really haven't seen the most exceptional care, but they do the best they can. They have a lot of different activities like Bingo, singing, games, and they've got friends and churches come in quite often, which are pretty satisfactory, and a movie night too. It's a very clean facility.The room where my father is has two beds, but it get's quite crowded because whole families are visiting. The food that they serve seems to be fried quite often, but the servings are huge. I think they need to curb the fried part of it. The aides need to be a little more attentive and they should be encouraged more to do that. Sometimes, when they are called in a room, and I'm sure its very redundant for them but some staff had attitudes like "I don't want to do this again." Then, you also have some wonderful people if they had more attention. I have noticed that some of the patients in some other rooms would lay there on the beds and their television is only blank channel with a lot of snow and that's turned on full blast, because they can't get off and don't know how to use the remote right and it's sitting there. Eventually somebody gets in, but it's a long time. I usually would walk around , go in, and help them with their television. I don't know if I'm allowed to do that, but I do hope so. Somebody needs to check on the rooms on a regular basis, that's all. This facility itself is very bright, very clean, and it has a cheerful environment which is a real plus there.
bulldog39 July 03, 2012
I am a friend or relative of resident
I visited this facility many times with my friend. I work in the healthcare field and understand how things are. When visiting with my friend, I saw that the paitents were not being checked. They should be observing the patients for any problems that may arise. This facility does not take care of their patients like they should. I also noticed another patient wheeling down the hall with a catheter dragging on the floor. Can you say contamination????? I would not place anyone here.
cliffnja November 28, 2011
Dear Shocked, A mattress on the floor is an acceptable practice if a resident frequently falls while getting out of bed. I have worked as an RN at a few facilities in the northeast. These are safety precautions that is usually part of a written plan of care, agreed to by the primary care physician and approved as an acceptable measure to avoid devastating injuries by the state. Please, before 'rating' any kind of facility, be sure that you are well informed as to policies/procedures of that particular facility.
shocked September 14, 2009
Mattress on the floor??? This looks very bad, what facility would allow such even if this was requested by a family member, for whatever reasons... it should have been denied. As we are all aware, germs are everywhere. Shame on the family and facility for allowing this to continue.
About Park Place Nursing Facility
Park Place Nursing Facility is a nursing home in Monroe, GA that provides patients with skilled nursing care as well as private or shared accommodations.for more details on housing, services, and rates.
Features of Park Place Nursing Facility
Medicare (ratings last updated: 06/16/17)
- Medicare Provider Number: 115005
- Ownership Type: For Profit Corporation
- Date Certified: 05/01/2017
- Resident Capacity: 165
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