The hospital where my husband was transferred from was told that a bariatric bed and a Hoyer lift were available to use with my husband, as he was very large, and had a broken ankle. When he arrived, neither the lift nor the bed were in sight. He was pushed and pulled into a wheel chair and back into bed. Even though we questioned these actions, my friend and I were ignored by staff. My husband fell out of bed three times in three days before he was transferred to another facility.
This facility provides substandard care for elders. The staff members have a resentful attitude when asked to do anything for patients and sometimes neglect patients needs altogether. They do not communicate well with each other making managed care difficult. The facility smells bad with the exception of the lobby, where strong room fragrance is pumped in. Unfortunately there is no other facility in the immediate area, so patients are stuck here.
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