Chandler Post Acute and Rehabilitation

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2121 West Elgin Street, Chandler, AZ 85224
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Nursing Home Reviews for Chandler Post Acute and Rehabilitation

September 21, 2014

By Smith93

I am a friend or relative of resident

Awful, awful, awful! This is where to go if you don't mind waiting 1-2 hours to use the bathroom or if pain meds due every 4 hours are given every 6-7. And on weekends it becomes a virtual prison. Given the lack of care we wre ready to bring my mom home and care for her ourselves, but since therapists, case workers and doctors don't work weekends there is no one to sign paperwork. Normally I would say who cares, but this also means no Rxt to take home, no help arranging for at home physical therapy, and it was hinted that it would cause a problem with Medicare. Again, I say who cares, we can work it out ourselves, but my overly polite mom was willing to let them have another chance. I hate that her health is in jeopardy because the facility is understaffed and the Dr. is unreachable outside of office hours.

July 30, 2014

By Unhappy in Chandler

I am a friend or relative of resident

My father was in this facility for 2 months. It was awful. I would have to wash him up, help him brush his teeth, wash his face. There were days that he wasn’t even offered his toothbrush to brush his teeth. They didn’t like giving him a fully fledged shower, they always wanted to give him a “bed bath” until I started insisting that he be bathed in the shower. Most of the time, I was changing his bed linens because if I didn’t, he would be sleeping on days old linens. He would push the call button and it would take forever for them to come to him. His medications were changed without notifying me. At one point, he had a catheter in and it was leaking. He was sitting in his wheel chair and there was a puddle under the chair. I immediately went down to the nursing station to alert them and the very first response from the charge nurse behind the desk was: “did you push the call button?” I couldn’t believe it. So, I went back to his room and pushed the call button. A while later a CNA came in and though she wasn’t assigned to take care of him, she did put a pile of wash cloths on the puddle to help to soak it up. When his regularly assigned CNA came in, I pointed the problem out to her. She said, “Oh, well, I guess I’d better call maintenance.” She then took my dad for his shower (after I insisted he be bathed in the shower) and I waited for maintenance to come to clean up the mess on the floor. They never did……I ended up cleaning it up, on my hands & knees myself. OSHA, where are you when we need you??? After I finished, I was sitting in his room waiting for him to come back from his shower. The charge nurse that was on duty happened to walk by and stopped and asked me if I was ok. I proceeded to tell her about all of this and her response to me was: “well, you know you can have home health care at home and he can be taken care of that way.” Among other things, the food was terrible.

June 28, 2013

By speaking up for those who can't

I am a friend or relative of resident

My Mom was here after back surgery. I work down the road and would go to visit. They were never on top of the pain meds and always took at least 20mins to 50mins to respond to a light on. Most of the time I had to walk around to find help. I would listen to the people in the other rooms yelling about how know one responses to them when they need them. Everytime I would ask for help, they would have to go get some else. I appeared to me that it was not there job. The poor lady in another room was yelling for 10mins that she need to use to restroom. I ended up going to find her help. There was a lady standing 6ft from her door listening to her but that was not her to help her use the restroom. They left Mom in the back brace (she only wears when up right, and not for long periods of time) for 4 hrs. When she complained of pain they just kept saying the therapist would be in soon. Her back incesion got infected. My father started telling them he thought it looked infected on Sunday. I went in on Wed morning and started yelling to get something done about it. They said they would get the onsite Dr to come look at it. They should have done when my father was complaining. By 4pm Wed she was being transported to the hospital. She also had a bleeding ulcer and had been having issues for 2days. When dad questioned the staff about the black running stool, they said it was normal because they eat old people food. The Dr at the hospital couldn't believe they had ignored these things. This place is way under staffed, they are all too busy to help with anything, and I don't think they even know what they are suppose to be doing. We are now searching for a new place for my mother. The staff was nice, the place looks nice, but I would even have them watch my dog here while I went on trip. I feel bad for the residents here. This place needs new management.

January 18, 2012

By Emmyrose

I visited this facility

This is a large skilled,ltc, and rehab facility. It is very clean and does not smell inside. The building and grounds are well maintained. There are trees, shrubs, greenery, and flowers. There is a larhe patio and courtyard area. They have it divided into two stations. One LYC abd one skilled and rehab. Most rooms arensemi-private with a couple of private. They do laundry and housekeeping. They have three meals a day and a snack. The food is ok. They are on a rotating menu without lots of variety. They have a house doctor. There are Rnsand Lpns 24/7. All caregivers are licensed CNAS. They have a rehab team and activities director. There nis a beauty salon. They transport to appointments. The staff seems nice and caring. They do lots of activities as bingo, games, birthday parties, celebrations, exercises, music, and more. They go shopping and out to other events. This seems a good and clean facility to me.
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  • Medicare Provider Number: 035101
  • Ownership Type: For Profit Corporation
  • Date Certified: 03/01/2020

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  • Resident Capacity: 120

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