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Pricing for Oaks On Parkwood Skilled Nursing Facility
|Nursing Care||$7,973* (click below for pricing info)|
|Assisted Living||$3,513* (click below for pricing info)|
|Independent Living||$1,932* (click below for pricing info)|
|Memory Care||$5,798* (click below for pricing info)|
|Adult Daycare||$997* (click below for pricing info)|
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Reviews of Oaks On Parkwood Skilled Nursing Facility
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by Bettye on SeniorAdvice.com 01/04/2020
Mother was injured at the Oaks on 7/1/2019. Broken femur. Well all kind of investigations were done by the Dept of Public Health and Medicare and the nursing facility was not held accountable. Now it is 6 months later, I receive a call there has been another fall and fractured hip. No one came forward in my mothers behalf even though they knew of falsification of records. The State told me I couldn't prove anything in my complaint in a court of law, and even if I get a lawyer. This person was a Supervisor of the nursing facilities. Since I am retired, and still have an active nursing license, I emailed the State about this incident because the caller stated the incident happened on the same unit that my mother was on and the same shift. This place need to be monitored closely. My mother has suffered greatly from her fall, and health has deteriorated greatly, and no one cares because they are elderly and think they have lived their life no matter how they suffered. I don't know who fell and broke there hip this past weekend, but it need to be investigated. The caller is probably someone that no longer work there because their were many openings after my mothers injury.
by B.Davis on SeniorAdvice.com 07/19/2019
My name is B. Davis. My mother V.Brewster was admitted to this facility on June 27, 2019 for Respite. Sometime on June 30,2019, late in the evening, my mother fell out of bed, and was badly injured. Inadequate contact was forwarded to family, Hospice, M.D. I am not sure if the D.O.N or the Administrator were notified, or if an Incident Report was done. My mother requested repeatedly to get her some help and take her to the hospital, She was denied transfer to the hospital, instead she was given a pain pill, picked up off of the floor and put in bed. My daughter and I both called the facility, 6:30a.m. and I called around 9a.m. to check on her discharge back home, because I had been out of town, no one mentioned that she had fallen. My brother was visiting around 11a.m, and my mother told him that she had fallen and was in severe pain. My brother also told me they were getting ready to return her home by ambulance,and asked him about transferring her in his car. I talked to a Kendrick nurse who was visiting at the time, and she suggested a portable xray at the facility, and stay until we get the results. I said no, transfer her to the hospital. She had a fractured femur, had surgery, suffered heart problems, received blood transfusion, and we haven't had a follow-up call from the Oaks On Parkwood yet. We did receive a message from a social worker over a week later to pick up a few items she left behind,and she did say I hope your mother is doing well. Now why would you send an injured person home to me a day early, except you are trying to cover up. If she had gotten in my home, you would have said she had fallen in my home, and it would have been my word against yours.
by Face 74 on SeniorAdvice.com 07/06/2018
Whitney Phillips is cooked up at work all the time n they fail to drug test them.no family want a drug addict watching over there family members,. They need to do random drug test every day at least 6 employee
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About Oaks On Parkwood Skilled Nursing Facility
Oaks On Parkwood Skilled Nursing Facility is a 130 room skilled nursing facility. It is located at 2625 Laurel Oak Dr in Bessemer, Alabama. The neighboring area has an average population density, with around 20,000 residents in the 35022 zip code. It is a primarily middle income area, with a median per-household income of $67,873. It is located around retail stores, houses of worship, health care facilities, and other local amenities. They are located just 5.98 miles from Medical West, An Affiliate Of Uab Health System. There are a large number of churches within 4 miles, including Shady Grove Baptist Church, Canaan Baptist Church, Hunter Street Baptist Church, and Shades Crest Baptist Church. There are also multiple drug stores within one mile of the community.More About Oaks On Parkwood Skilled Nursing Facility
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the cost of care at Oaks On Parkwood Skilled Nursing Facility?
The approximate monthly cost of care for this facility is about $4,043. The Bessemer average for the same level of care is about $3,316. The average cost for Alabama is about $3,014, versus $3,762 nationwide.
How did Medicare rate Oaks On Parkwood Skilled Nursing Facility?
Medicare gave Oaks On Parkwood Skilled Nursing Facility an average rating of 2.8/5 stars in the latest survey.
What types of payment does Oaks On Parkwood Skilled Nursing Facility accept?
According to our records, Oaks On Parkwood Skilled Nursing Facility accepts Medicaid and Medicare.
Services and Amenities
- Assisted Living
- Nursing Home
- Independent Living
- Memory Care
- Adult Daycare
- Skilled Nursing
- Salon / Barbershop
- Outdoor Garden
- Wifi / Internet
- Outdoor Walking Paths
- Dining Room
- Fitness Center
- Sprinkler System
- Utilities Included
- Kitchens / Kitchenettes
- Emergency Call System
- One Bedroom
- Studio / Efficiency
- Two Bedrooms
- Arts and Crafts
- Off-site Outings
- Daily Exercise
- Spiritual / Religious Activities
- Social Activities
- Health and Wellness Programs
- Medication Support
- Meals Included
Guest / Family Services
- Family Outreach / Education
- Guest Meals
- Transportation Services
- 130 Total Units
- 130 Total Beds in the Facility
- 128 Current Occupants
- Certified by Medicare and Medicaid
- Medicare Participant Since 07/01/1971
- Offers Continuing Care
- Offers Resident/Family Counciling
Complaints and Deficiences
- 1 Total Deficiencies Reported
- 1 Health Standard Deficiencies
- 0 Health Complaint Deficiencies
- 0 Total Incidents Reported
- 16 Total Complaints Reported
- 2 Total Fines Imposed
- $73093 in Fines Imposed
- 0 Payment Denials
- 2 Penalties Imposed