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Aston Park Health Care Center

380 Brevard Road, Asheville, NC 28806

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4

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Reviews of Aston Park Health Care Center in Asheville, North Carolina

4

(9 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.5

  • Staff

    4.5

  • Food

    4.0

  • Activities

    4.0

  • Value

    5.0

CS

4

February 20, 2020

I visited this facility

Aston Park Health Care Center came highly recommended. It's largely a skilled nursing facility, but they have assisted living with memory care rooms. It was very nice, but the assisted living/memory care unit was not a good match for my mother because they were required to be mobile or able to walk. If they are wheelchair bound, they have to move to skilled nursing. The dining area was casual. The atmosphere was somewhat confining and enclosed.

B Revis

5

January 6, 2018

I am/was a resident of this facility

I recently experienced a short stay after hip replacement. I was very surprised this was so unlike nursing facilities I had heard about. It was extremely clean and was kept so on an hourly basis. The care Dr. Patel and his staff gave me was excellent. The kitchen made sure I had the foods I liked and everyone from the Administrator on down was very caring. Can't say enough good things about this facility.

Beverly G

1

November 1, 2014

I am a friend or relative of resident

aston park seems to only care about how impressive their place is and not about the patients. people are left sitting in their wheelchairs most of the day. When they complain nobody pays attention. Some people really smell from using the bathroom in their clothes and having to sit in it for a long time. The CNA's are not well trained. They show them one time what to do and leave them on their own. My family member has been dropped several times because the staff doesn't pay attention or they are not trained properly. Some of them stand around and joke and laugh and don't pay any attention when a patient complains or needs help. The food is really bad. They can't seem to find the right help in the kitchens. They also give food they're not supposed to to the residents. I have seen them not feed a patient, just send them back to the room without food. Especially if the person is not able to talk or tell them anything. The place looks great but after 2 years of being there., I see that a lot needs to be fixed. Not much activity for those residents. And the management is hardly ever around. the staff are trained not to be friendly with each other and not the residence or family members. There's a lot of people there that are related and a lot of them don't speak English. Especially when they are around family members and residence. I find this very rude. I will never put any of my loved ones in there again. I'm glad I moved mine!

Caring99490750

4

September 27, 2014

I visited this facility

Ashton Park seemed very nice. They gave us a tour and showed us their dementia ward, and they seemed very progressive. I think they were very impressive, actually. I did see the dementia ward and it was very nice and big, the rooms were big, and they had nice day room areas for the patients as well as outdoor areas that the patients could access easily. As far as I could see, it looked nice. The people we encountered were very, very nice and helpful, and eager to show us the facility, but that is as far as I know.

M.W.

5

June 7, 2014

I am a friend or relative of resident

My husband was a resident at this facility in the short-term Rehab 2 different times. We found the staff very caring and attentive. The food was exceptinal for institutional dining. The patients were allowed to make their choice at each meal and then was served their food hot in the dining room. The facility was exceptionally clean and did not have that institutional odor. Management was actually visible out on the hall on a daily basis and I found them exceptionally easy to approach and helpful when I needed something. Sometimes, it is very difficult to make the decision to put your loved one in an instituation, but I would highly recommend Aston Park if you need this service.

Betty22

4

May 11, 2013

I visited this facility

The staff at Aston Park Health Care Center were helpful when we visited there. The place was clean and decent. The rooms were very nice and some furniture were brought inside, so it felt really homey. The meals were brought to them in a small dining area.

gnarbuckler

4

April 28, 2012

I visited this facility

Aston Park is a nice facility, but the staff range from well qualified to apathetic. The amenities are pretty bare bones, as this is sort of billed as an assisted living facility but really is more of a nursing home. They do provide some skilled care for people with injuries who will be returning home, but that is a small minority of the residency. The primary focus seemed on making sure that residents don't die. As far as any care beyond that it was superfluous. There are some activities, but most of the resident's day focused on eating, going back to there rooms, eating, bathing, and then going back to their rooms. Many of the residents have severe dementia. The facility is very modern, which is a plus, but many of the guidelines that are required to become a nursing assistant are apparently ignored once obtaining employment as a nursing assistant. Basically, I wouldn't want my own mother, father, or any other relative to have to live at this facility. There is little sense of community and most of the care seems to consist of meeting requirements: making sure the resident's eat, bathing the residents, and taking care of obligatory exercise requirements, and then charting the activities. Very little focus on what would actually matter to a human being.

DHembree

4

January 21, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My grandmother was recently a resident in this facility in West Asheville North Carolina. When she first became a resident,she was fairly independent. The staff was great at figuring out her needs,while still allowing her independence. This is important to an elderly person who is still independent. As she became older and weaker, she eventually was bedridden. The nursing home provided above average care. However, in her last days she experienced mouth sores due to being feed foods she was allergic to. It was on her report that she could not have anything with citric acid as they caused sores. They also did not seem to be too quick on changing her diapers. However at the time they were short staffed. The staff did contact family the minute they knew my grandmother was on her way out. They remained with her until she passed. I would recommend this faculty to others in the Asheville area but advise to double check on records and needed individual care.

ToniToni

5

August 31, 2011

I am a friend or relative of a resident

This facility is wonderful and I definitely recommend it to anyone. The staff was so friendly and even with such a large number of patients, they always greeted us by our first names every day. It meant a lot that they took the time to remember us personally. The food is actually good here, too! They took great care of our loved one and kept us all informed of any changes in health or plans.

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Services and Amenities of Aston Park Health Care Center in Asheville, North Carolina

General

  • Resident Capacity: 120

Medicare

  • Health

    5.0

  • Overall

    5.0

  • Quality

    5.0

  • Staff

    4.0

Medicare Provider Number: 345198
    Ownership Type: Non profit - Corporation
    Rating Date: 9/1/2023

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