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Pricing for Bethel Health Care Center
|Nursing Care||$16,275* (click below for pricing info)|
|Assisted Living||$7,514* (click below for pricing info)|
* All cost estimates are based on general costs for providers in this local area. Please confirm pricing with each provider directly before making a decision.
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Reviews of Bethel Health Care Center
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by Mattyh28 on SeniorAdvice.com 04/03/2020
No accountability or respect for the residents rights. They are the last to know things regarding saftey among other things but especially guidelines so they can stay safe. Also the residents are put last on every level from the food they recieve and too how they recieve it. They are not treated in a respectful manner and are looked at though they dont matter because that's how they are treated. The actions of management say it all!!!! An absolute diisgrace shame on Bethel Health Care!!!!!!
by Sunshine1122 on SeniorAdvice.com 10/10/2019
There are no words that adequately describe the wonderful, caring, attentive staff at Bethel Health Care. Everything about this facility has been beyond our expectations from the Social workers to the Director, Rich, all are true professionals. The room and food has also been great!! Our Mom is now a private pay and we are just so pleased with her loving care!!
by LizzyScan on SeniorAdvice.com 02/13/2019
ROOMS: Extremely small. A curtain separates other person from your loved one. You can pay the extra fee for private room. One chair only in room for loved ones half of room.Heating system has issues. Rooms are either over the top boiling hot or very cold. Again, no one cares, told to open a window. IF your loved one takes a turn for the worst, the roommate gets to experience the pain and suffering, perhaps for days, from all of their family members in their room. Only exception is a long term resident who belongs in the room. The dying person would be moved somewhere else.CARE: If your loved one is very ill, think carefully before considering BHCC. The staffing, nor are they equipped, to assist with your loved one. On the first floor, there are so many bedridden elderly who need care. If patient is in pull ups, they stay in urine for hours. It is a leisurely pace for care, and no one medical situation is going to move them along. Quality care is not delivered with compassion and dignity/respect.EMPLOYEES: Staffing appears to be at a bare minimum. I had observed several employees not being friendly to a long term resident. They are busy/cannot be located in emergencies, nor do they have a sense of urgency about the emergency. Dealing with their staff is emotionally draining, as most of the time you may find yourself running down hallways looking for help. Early morning, walking down hallway past rooms, horrible stench of bowel movements permeates the air. DYING: As stated, this is not your place for a loved one with any possibility of compromised health. They will follow doctors orders on administering meds, BUT ONLY top level admin staff seem to care. Their workers are hardened by all the elderly barely existing in their beds. You will be experiencing your loved ones journey by yourself. Even if your need palliative care in a hospice center, don't make the mistake of trusting BHCC. FOOD: Not nutritional, white bread used for sandwiches. If you expect your loved one to get stronger on healthier meals, it won't happen here. CLEANLINESS: Unacceptable. Pads used to support my loved one, had poop smeared on them from someone else. As with everything else, the bare minimum staff (probably allowed by law) is around. The grounds are cleaned and have a few benches around. Wheel chair of roommate was used to toss urine soaked pull ups/blankets/sheets. Left for hours, resident was unable to move or use their wheel chair. After bringing to several staff members attention, nothing was done. I finally tossed everything off into hallway so roommate could use his wheelchair.I stayed with my vulnerable loved one around the clock for three days. My loved ones roommate was a very kind, considerate person. He went for help when my loved one experienced problems. No one came. He went several times and finally started swearing to get attention. The roommate was admonished for swearing AND my loved one got needed help. Had it not been for his attention, the end would have come sooner with unbearable suffering. Again, do not allow someone you love who has health issues into BHCC. Personally, I would not trust my dog to their care because my dog is special and would require special care and will become just "another animal". Sad but true.
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About Bethel Health Care Center
Bethel Health Care Center is located at 13 Parklawn Dr in Bethel, Connecticut. It is a 161 room nursing home facility. The community is in a primarily well-to-do area, with a median household income of $87,323. It has an average population density, with approximately 20,000 residents in the zip code of 06801. Located nearby are retail shopping, churches, healthcare facilities, and other local conveniences. They are located only 2.93 miles from Danbury Hospital, there are multiple drugstores within 1 mile of the facility, and there are a number of churches within four miles, which include Walnut Hill Community Church, Bethel Supercross & Bmx, Colonial Hills Baptist Church, and Saint Gregory the Great Church.More About Bethel Health Care Center
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the cost of care at Bethel Health Care Center?
Average monthly expenses for this facility are approximately $11,895. This is greater than the Bethel estimated cost of $9,926. The cost average for Connecticut is approximately $8,495, versus $4,930 nationwide.
How did Medicare rate Bethel Health Care Center?
Medicare gave Bethel Health Care Center an average rating of 4.2/5 stars in the latest survey.
What types of payment does Bethel Health Care Center accept?
According to our records, Bethel Health Care Center accepts insurance.
Services and Amenities
- Assisted Living
- Nursing Home
- Fitness Center
- Landscaped Grounds
- Arts and Crafts
- Daily Exercise
- Spiritual / Religious Activities
- Social Activities
- Health and Wellness Programs
- Education Programs
- Speech Therapy
- Pain Management
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Personal Care Assistance
- Medication Support
- Stroke Care
- Meals Included
Guest / Family Services
- Family Outreach / Education
- 161 Total Units
- 161 Total Beds in the Facility
- 149 Current Occupants
- Certified by Medicare and Medicaid
- Medicare Participant Since 03/16/1994
- Offers Resident/Family Counciling
Complaints and Deficiences
- 8 Total Deficiencies Reported
- 8 Health Standard Deficiencies
- 0 Health Complaint Deficiencies
- 2 Total Incidents Reported
- 2 Total Complaints Reported
- 1 Total Fines Imposed
- $10465 in Fines Imposed
- 0 Payment Denials
- 1 Penalties Imposed
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