Reviews of Transitions Healthcare Capitol City | Nursing Home
October 25, 2014
I am a friend or relative of a resident
Washington Nursing was very poor. The nurses were mean to the people because one of them hit my mom, and that’s one of the reasons we got out of there. I had to get a lawyer to get on that. Every time I come, she just sits in the nursing station; they never have her doing anything. The facility and the surroundings were poor. They need to improve the workers that know how to handle the clients and relatives. You can smell the urine, and it wasn’t well-kept.
April 10, 2012
I visited this facility
I visited this facility years ago and I was very displeased with it. It was poorly lit and it wreaked of urine, feces, and old people. I was very disappointed with the way the facility was being run. The staff was very unfriendly. I felt like they were there because it was a paying job.I recently visited this facility and was very pleased from the moment I walked in. The lighting was excellent and I was greeted in the most friendly manner by a staff member who was very professional and helpful. He was very knowledgeable about the facility and went out of his way to assist me to a client's room. There was still a slight odor in the facility, but nothing like it was before. Personally, I wouldn't want to place a family member here. A few changes would have to be made first. But I think that this facility has improved over the years.
August 13, 2011
I visited this facility
This is strictly a Medicaid facility, in a poverty-stricken area, that has few resources. The parking is awful; visitors must park in the community, and it's not a safe area. Inside, it looks like a hospital"”typically two residents to a room, with only a curtain for privacy. The rooms, however, are a nice size"”pretty big. But the whole place doesn't seem that clean"”and sometimes there are strong unpleasant odors. The food is typical nursing home fare"”nothing much interesting is offered. Worst of all, the facility has a bad reputation for care. Clients I've had there complained that the care is not that attentive and that follow-up is also lacking. The facility does appear to offer some recreational activities"”and residents participate in them some. There are some young and middle-aged residents here, as well as seniors"”giving the place an urban vibe.
Features of Transitions Healthcare Capitol City
Medicare (ratings last updated: 07/11/17)
- Medicare Provider Number: 095022
- Ownership Type: For Profit Corporation
- Date Certified: 06/01/2017
- Resident Capacity: 360
About Transitions Healthcare Capitol City
Transitions Healthcare Capitol City is a nursing home in Washington, DC 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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