Aston Park Health Care Center is a 120 unit community for seniors situated in Asheville, North Carolina. They offer senior care in a well-maintained and pleasing environment. The area this community is located in has a dense population, including approximately 38,550 people in the zip code. It is a predominantly average income area, with a median household income of $38,114. This facility is centrally located, with retail shopping, religious services, and health care facilities all in close proximity. There are 41 churches within 4 miles, including Unity Church of Asheville, Trinity Baptist Church, Crossroads Assembly of God, and Grace Baptist Church. There are 2 drug stores within 1 mile of the community. They're also only 2.9 miles from Memorial Mission Hospital And Asheville Surgery Ce.
Aston Park Health Care Center offers assisted living, dementia care, and nursing home care. They can care for residents who require help with common tasks but who also want to maintain their independence to some level. They can also provide for residents at any level of dementia or Alzheimer's who need assistance with common tasks and monitoring to avoid wandering. Additionally they can offer care to residents who need a higher level of attention and frequent care from a nursing staff.
This community offers assorted room features like on-call maintenance. Additionally, they provide different health services such as speech therapy, occupational therapy, and nurses on staff. Finally, they provide lots of social activities that include general social activities, religious and spiritual activities, and educational programs.
Aston Park Health Care Center has been certified by both Medicare and Medicaid for 36 years. In the most recent Medicare reporting, they obtained a total of 4 / 5 stars based upon a combined criterion of overall quality, staff evaluations, and safety inspections. Within the latest period, they had no complaints made, no total penalties levied, no deficiencies recorded, no payment denials, and no fines levied.
- Dining Room
- Fitness Center
- Studio / Efficiency
- Education Programs
- Spiritual / Religious Activities
- Social Activities
- Speech Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Meals Included
- 24-Hour Staff
- 120 Total Units
- 120 Total Beds in the Facility
- 114 Current Occupants
- Certified by Medicare and Medicaid
- Medicare Participant Since 06/03/1980
- Offers Resident/Family Counciling
- 0 Total Deficiencies Reported
- 0 Health Standard Deficiencies
- 0 Health Complaint Deficiencies
- 0 Total Incidents Reported
- 0 Total Complaints Reported
- 0 Total Fines Imposed
- $0 in Fines Imposed
- 0 Payment Denials
- 0 Penalties Imposed
Complaints and Deficiences
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by Fedup-equalityforall 01/17/2017
The quality care over the years has gone down hill. Residents are being put last due to the fact they don't bring the facility the same revenue as the rehab section. Bed sores are being left uncovered for longer periods of time. The lack of staff for long term care is causing poor conditions for the live in residents. Showers are not being done properly, the cna's even call it a car wash due to the fact, of low staffing so not enough cna's on the hall to answer lights and toliet properly. Residents at meal times are often forgotten in there rooms and not being assisted well enough to get the meal or fluid percentage they need to stay healthy. Dehydration and iv use has become more common. Not because these residents are not drinking, its because they are not being offered fluids enough. Clothes and personal items go missing often, and are usually never recovered. The nurse to cna relationship is very poor. Nurses and cna's yell and talk down to each other often, even in open spaces where residents and their families can hear. This is not a professional work environment, and for a non profit their concern is mostly for the rehab halls, notice how they even look better than the other halls and are cleaner! I think the long term residents should get the same care as short term. Also the staff needs to take better care of each other. I noticed alot of cna's go without help! Not enough staff means more physical labor for the cna's who are on the floor. Lifting, repositioning, combative behavior should be addressed with more than one staff member. No one should have to work in such a hard and under appreciated career alone. I feel sorry for the under paid staff, and the neglected residents in long term care. The staff and the residents do not have a voice here. The community and families that come here need to speak up for these people.