Royal Oak Nursing & Rehabilitation

Royal Oak Nursing & Rehabilitation
Royal Oak Nursing & Rehabilitation 6973 Pearl Rd
Middleburg Heights, OH 44130

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About Royal Oak Nursing & Rehabilitation

Royal Oak Nursing & Rehabilitation is a Nursing Home facility at 6973 Pearl Rd in Middleburg Heights, OH.
Primary Specialty

Nursing Home

Practice Royal Oak Nursing & Rehabilitation
Services Royal Oak Nursing & Rehabilitation provides extended-stay nursing care to seniors with varying levels of disabilities in Middleburg Heights, OH.

Please call Royal Oak Nursing & Rehabilitation at (440) 884-9191 for more information or to schedule an on-site visit.
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Recent Reviews
I have written a review recently that my mother was at Royal Oaks and passed away there. May 19, 2014 was the saddest day of my life. My mother was only 86 years old and according to her recent doctors appointments she was in good health. So I still wonder Why did she die?? I have 2 sisters and my one sister was there every day and we have never ever heard anything from them except they had the nerve to call her and ask her for MONEY. what the heck how COLD is that....
Why can't anyone from Royal oaks tell us the truth and why she died and why they told my sister when she asked about taking her to the hospital they said NO! the next morning she was gone. It seems like there attitude was she was old so why bother with her. So today instead of going to Royal oaks to visit my mom we had to go through her belonging and divide them between us all. I wish we had some closure and we hope that my mother, my best friend didn't die under
wrong circumstances. I still wish they would have let us take her to the hospital maybe she would still be there. The only good thing that came out of this is that Cross Roads Hospice is the best. Royal Oaks
should rethink there staff and have Cross Roads train them how to deal with families. By the way the week my mother died 2 other patients passed away. How sad....
by Marilyn
Were you able to get all of your questions answered while you were at this senior care facility?
None of my questions were answered
Was this senior care facility's staff friendly?
They did what I asked, not a bit more
Did the waiting room smell clean?
Was the personalities of the staff well suited to a holistic approach to care?
The staff could have done a lot more to create a welcoming atmosphere.
Was the noise level reasonable in this provider's office?
by JOY
I was at this facility everyday since December. My Mom was a resident. Temporary. I agree with all the reviews. Residents were lined up against the wall because the aides did not want to be bothered with room lights going on. They had nothing to do as activities were concerned. No activities on Sunday. I felt so sorry for them. Therapy was worthless, not long enough. When my Mom was diagnosed with a Kennedy Wound, the social worker told me to get hospice. Nobody was there to prove it. The wound doctor didn't even see it. My Mom was changed after 4 or 5 hours sitting in a wheelchair. She had UTI infections constantly. She was supposed to be changed every 2 hrs. She was supposed to be turned due to the bed sore every 2 hours, there were aides that didn't. They told us to force her to eat. They left her food on the tray, she was not able to eat by herself. I feel bad because she wanted to come home, she passed away alone without me. The death certificate was wrong. Half the time her food was cold. My sister's asked questions but never got any information. There is something very suspicious going on before she passed. I lost my best friend. I lived with her for 10 years. Now I have to move. Amongst other things. I witnessed a lot that went on and I felt sorry for some of the residents, the way they are treated and talked too. I thought I picked the right rehab center you never know. I guess I was wrong about this one.
by Laurel