Situated in the Stonewall neighborhood of Winston-salem, North Carolina, Brian Center Health and Retirement is a 40 unit housing community for elderly people. They provide senior living in a clean and pleasant setting. The neighborhood around this community is a generally middle income area, with an average household income of $57,245. It is densely populated, with approximately 45,015 people in the 27106 zip code. They are located close to numerous local amenities, such as medical facilities, shopping, and religious services. They're located only 5 miles from North Carolina Baptist Hospital. There are 10 pharmacies within 1 mile of the community. Additionally, there are 43 churches within four miles, which include Bethabara Moravian Church, Shattalon Church of Christ, Becks Baptist Church, and 2Nd Chance Ministries Global.
Brian Center Health and Retirement offers nursing home care and assisted living. The facility is a good option for those who cannot live alone and who require a high level of assistance and medical care. Also, they can provide for those who require assistance with routine tasks but who desire to maintain some degree of independence.
This provider features assorted social activities like general communal interactions and religious and spiritual activities. Additionally, they feature several property features that include a community dining room, a public living room, and a laundry facility. Finally, they feature lots of room features including an emergency call system, on-call maintenance, safety and handicap fixtures, in-room washers and dryers available, and regular housekeeping.
Brian Center Health and Retirement has been licensed by both Medicaid and Medicare since 1980. They obtained a score of 2 out of 5 stars in the latest rating by Medicare. This rating was based upon a collective measure of health and safety inspections, staff ratings, and overall quality. They had 13 deficiencies recorded, no payment denials, 1 fine levied for $16,575, 1 total penalty levied, and 12 complaints made within this year.
- Guest Parking
- Public Living Area
- Dining Room
- Laundry Room
- Emergency Call System
- Smoke Alarm
- Private Bathrooms
- Safety / Handicap Features
- Fully Furnished Available
- Washers and Dryer Available
- Spiritual / Religious Activities
- Social Activities
- Personal Care Assistance
- Medication Support
- Meals Included
- Healthy Snacks
- Laundry / Dry Cleaning
- 24-Hour Staff
- 40 Total Units
- 40 Total Beds in the Facility
- 30 Current Occupants
- Certified by Medicare and Medicaid
- Medicare Participant Since 10/01/1980
- Offers Resident/Family Counciling
- 13 Total Deficiencies Reported
- 13 Health Standard Deficiencies
- 2 Health Complaint Deficiencies
- 0 Total Incidents Reported
- 12 Total Complaints Reported
- 1 Total Fines Imposed
- $16575 in Fines Imposed
- 0 Payment Denials
- 1 Penalties Imposed
Complaints and Deficiences
by A M. 03/19/2016
If you have a love one that cannot get up and go to the bathroom on their own and have to depend on the nurses to clean them up, this is DEFINITELY NOT the place for them. My mother has so many bed soars from this place. They would not give her pain medicine when she needed it before her physical therapy. This is not a place that TRULY cares for their patients when they need care the most.
by Ross W. 05/28/2015
Very unprofessional people! Got hired but never got a call back! It didn't look like I would like the place anyway
by Michelle W. 04/19/2015
PT & OT staff great. Bldg clean. No offensive smells in public areas. Grounds well kept. Some staff members are very caring, conscientious, trustworthy, thorough and helpful. Others aren't. Short-staffed. Can't seem to keep workers due lack of team work and workload associated with job. More CNAs, especially, and LPNs need to be hired and TRAINED to be effective and efficient in their positions. A no-nonsense, strong, pro-patient, effective, efficient administrator who will remain in place long enough to sustain a "legacy" of positive results needs to be in place who can genuinely LEAD and DIRECT and teach their staff to work as a TEAM. Meals delivered on time. Rooms extremely cramped & tight, too small for two patients. Invokes panic attacks and claustrophobia if one is prone to or has a history of such as my loved on does. Linen shortage every day. Why? Hallways noisey, especially at night when patients should be sleeping, their TVs turned down, activities ceased and staff respectable of the day's hour and those patients who are trying to sleep. Bldg too hot and cramped for the number of patients residing there. Breakfasts are redundant, boring.
by teeup23 08/24/2013
They changed my mother's medications without consent. Doubled one medication after she'd almost died, added other meds, overused antibiotics by not discontinuing until two contacts with Director of Nursing, and took a month! They added another medication she had an allergic reaction to, and I had to have her admitted back to Emergency Hospital. She lost 21 lbs. in 15 days......was unable to feed herself, and they didn't feed or give her fluids to drink, she was unable to do it for herself. This is suppose to be a rehab, however, it was negligence and lack of care, with much harm from the meds. Hospital said she would have died in another day.......severely dehydrated(took 4 days to hydrate her). Brian Center still did not agree with sending her to emergency. Several healthcare professionals, from nurses, to dr. offices, drivers for ambulances have now told me this is not unusual........they have seen it often. BEWARE!!!!!!!!!