Claremore Nursing Home
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Assisted Living Reviews for Claremore Nursing Home
October 31, 2014
I am a friend or relative of a resident
We have my mother in to assisted living place right now and that is The Brookfield. We went in and looked at several, and this one looked like they had caring people. They had a clean facility and good food. This would be a nice place, and it was very clean and well-kept. She is in a private room. They have their specials everyday, and then you can also order off the menu if you want. Staff, most of the nurses, and the people that are in-charge of different activities like check in and check out were very good. The manager's very chop-chop; things have to be done right. They are a little short staffed right now, but other than that, they tried hard contributing. They usually have one or two field trips a week to the lake and to take them to Wal-Mart. They have bingo, movies, art crafts, sing-alongs, and guys comes in to play instruments.
Nursing Home Reviews for Claremore Nursing Home
September 30, 2017
I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident
My mother-in-law went to the Claremore Nursing Home. She didn't like it there very much because first of all, she had to have a roommate and the rooms were very small. There was room for a bed, and we were able to bring in her recliner and that was it, then it was the other person's room. The food was OK, but it wasn't good. The staff was very nice, but it was a nursing home with an awful lot of people there. It smelled like a nursing home. It's an older facility but pretty sterile. Basically, her room was not that great and none of the rooms were big. They had some activities, but she did not participate. They would have festivities for different holidays like Valentine's Day or Memorial Day. They had a Valentine's Ball with food and really nice decorations in their dining room.
January 19, 2015
I am a friend or relative of resident
My grandfather was in this facility for 9days. He was there to receive physical therapy. What they did was put him in a diaper which he was never in before, which has now caused him to have a cathador (foley) in permanently. They would stick him in a wheelchair that was too small. My grandfather is a big guy 350+ pounds. They were giving him his meds even though he was eating his meals. We found him doped up on pain meds and unable to participate in physical therapy because of it. He then started to feel sick and needing to throw up. They came in handed him a pan to throw up in. They did take blood but it was taking longer than 3 days to get the results. So after the nursing staff being very rude. My grandma called an ambulance to take him to the ER. He was admitted into the hospital in renal failure and GI bleed that almost took his life. With him being on blood thinners and giving him meds on an empty stomach caused an ulcer and he nearly bled to death needing a blood transfusion. While visiting my grandfather in this nursing home patients would be in their beds and they would holler at anyone walking by for help.
November 11, 2014
I am a friend or relative of resident
Three days after my grandmother was moved from a hospital (where she spent 6 days in the ICU, then 4 in a regular room) to this nursing home; she was right back in the ICU. The nursing staff disregarded our plea to check her blood sugar, saying they didn't have an order to check it; but, they kept giving her diabetic medications. Not only would they refuse to check her blood sugar, they wouldn't let her bring in her blood sugar testing kit from home. FINALLY, she was throwing up & showing obvious signs of a serious medical emergency, my grandfather pulled her out and drove her to the emergency room himself. One day, I went to visit her just after dinner was served & her tray from her lunch was still in her room. I went to get a nurse to ask her why it was so hot in there (my grandmother was sweating profusely; but, the window in her room was broken and wouldn't open) and when she came in, she took the lunch tray away- after providing no help for the temperature situation. Maybe the nurses smiling and being "friendly" would make some people feel comfortable; but, the lack of care and consideration for my grandmother disgust me and she will NOT return.
Services and Amenities of Claremore Nursing Home
- Medicare Provider Number: 375375
- Ownership Type: For Profit Partnership
- Date Certified: 06/01/2020
- Resident Capacity: 118
About Claremore Nursing Home
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