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Pricing for Sante of North Scottsdale
|Nursing Care||$8,588* (click below for pricing info)|
|Assisted Living||$4,124* (click below for pricing info)|
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Reviews of Sante of North Scottsdale
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by CD on SeniorAdvice.com 10/08/2019
My recommendation is to read reviews before choosing a placement for your loved one. I didn’t do my homework. Very disappointed with Santé North Scottsdale ConsAppears to be very understaffed-late to pick up at previous facility to admit to Santé, didn’t empty urinal sitting on tray with food,long wait time for meds, CNA rarely checked in,rarely changed sheets,help with shower twice in 3 weeks terrible communication-case managersrarely returning phone calls to family members,different PTs OTs so no consistency, Lost 2 weeks+ of progress because of missed Ortho doctor appointment,then discharged because of no progress, Sent to next placement without pain med prescription (and has two broken legs, broken pelvis, broken ribs to name a few)Prosattractive facility, patient liked the food
by adrienne on SeniorAdvice.com 05/30/2019
This was my second stay at Sante'. The care at the facility has certainly gone downhill since December. This time, there were more dangerous issues, which will be reported to the State. Following is a list of some of them:1. Admission- Got there about 7:30 pm. Room not prepared in advance. There was no walker in the room, which I needed as an ortho patient. When I asked for one, I was told they were locked up for the night and to walk, using the wheelchair for balance, (not seated-NOT safe). Didn't get the walker till next morning. CNA (Tonya) was hostile and more interested in filling out list of what belongings I had than explaining about call button and other facility info. TV not working and not fixed for 5 days. I asked CNA to remove my TED hose and she was so rough that she left me with bruises all over my legs. (I informed her about my neuropathy & issues.)2. Safety-I am a fall risk (had the bracelet on), with a hip replacement, but no one made sure I got to the bathroom safely, even though I later had a walker. Staff should have stayed in room from start to finish. NOTE: Staff is overworked & assigned too many patients to be able to do their job in many cases.3. Medical-When I became ill the 2nd day, the I asked to return to the hospital. The doctor was reluctant to do that. MY LPN, Nicole, was awesome. However, when the doctor prescribed antibiotics and IV fluids, I was given the antibiotics, but not the fluids, until the following day when I said something to staff. I sleep with oxygen, but the condenser provided was so loud that I asked for a replacement and was never provided with one. Consequently, no oxygen at night.4. Training-The nurses need refresher courses in things like how to insert transfusion lines. Every nurse should be able to perform this task. Each time, they had to look for a nurse who could do it, but it always required several tries. (One nurse had not done it for 9 years, but was brave enough to try.) However, the needles kept coming out-so new line needed. Consequently, my hands & arms were also bruised and sore. I looked as though I'd been in an auto accident after I'd been there for a week. I was only there due to a hip replacement. 5. Physical & Occupational Therapy-During my previous visit, I had great physical therapy. This time, I had different therapists every day. One of them would give me an exercise and then stroll around for several minutes instead of observing to see if I did it correctly. The Occupational therapists only bathe patients twice a week. On Tuesday, I was told there would be no OT until the following Saturday. Thank goodness I checked out before then.6. Housekeeping-My room was not cleaned by housekeeping once in the 10 days I was there. My daughters had to empty trash some days. LPNs & CNAs are assigned to what should be housekeeping tasks like trash & sheet changes. My sheets were only changed once (at my request). Carpet never vacumed - I picked up the detrius from IVs. Since I developed an intestinal issue when there, the bathroom should have been disinfected- possible staph or other infections. 7. Discharge- No one walked me out or saw that I could even get into the car. Another safety issue. 8. Staff- I LOVE most of the staff. They are hardworking and willing to do what asked & what they can, given resources, lack of continual education, and assignments. They are not being used appropriately.9. Kitchen-The kitchen is abysmal! The food is truly BAD! I wouldn't feed my dog with some of the food the kitchen provided. Even the staff jokes about the coffee, which is an easy fix. When delivered, the food was very frequently not what was ordered. My family had to bring in meals everyday. That is the least problem, although it was mentioned during a satisfaction survey last time. 10. Management-Management was only interested in me signing the legal papers and are apparently not concerned with staff allocation & duties, safety concerns, kitchen, or other issues . The facility looks pretty, but until management addresses things instead of following the status quo, I do not hesitate in saying STAY AWAY FROM SANTE'.
by lisarnccm on SeniorAdvice.com 02/10/2019
The therapy department and Care Manager were incompetent and discharged my parent without proper medical equipment, failed to provide proper prescriptions. Failed to send home health staff to the right address. Overall failed to provide a safe discharge plan. My parent has fallen and been found on the floor 3 times within 2 days of being discharged, it took over 24 hours to get his prescriptions filled, the home health nurse came 2 days after discharge. They ordered the wrong wheelchair and didn't order any other medically necessary equipment. I have reported them the the Arizona Health Department and plan to pursue justice through an investigation for my parent or anyone else at this facility. As a health professional, I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND THIS FACILITY
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About Sante of North Scottsdale
Sante of North Scottsdale is a 72 bed senior housing facility. It is located near the North Scottsdale neighborhood of Scottsdale, Arizona. The encompassing area has a dense population, with about 38,000 poeple living in the zip code of 85255. With a median per-family income of $120,666, it is a largely wealthier area. Located nearby are plenty of local amenities, which include retail stores, houses of worship, and medical services. They're located only 2.92 miles from Scottsdale Healthcare-Thompson Peak Hospital. There are multiple drugstores within a mile of the facility. Also, there are many churches within four miles, which include New Covenant Lutheran Church, Scottsdale Dream Center, Phoenix Valley Church of Christ, and Mountain Valley Community Church.More About Sante of North Scottsdale
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the cost of care at Sante of North Scottsdale?
The approximate monthly cost for Sante of North Scottsdale is about $6,356. This is above the Scottsdale estimate of $5,009. While the nationwide average cost is about $4,930, Arizona is around $4,530 per month.
How did Medicare rate Sante of North Scottsdale?
Medicare gave Sante of North Scottsdale an average rating of 4/5 stars in the latest survey.
What types of payment does Sante of North Scottsdale accept?
According to our records, Sante of North Scottsdale accepts Medicare and va benefits.
Services and Amenities
- Assisted Living
- Nursing Home
- Fitness Center
- Salon / Barbershop
- Landscaped Grounds
- Outdoor Garden
- Wifi / Internet
- Dining Room
- Kitchens / Kitchenettes
- Private Bathrooms
- Safety / Handicap Features
- Washers and Dryer Available
- Daily Exercise
- Spiritual / Religious Activities
- Social Activities
- Cardiac Care
- Personal Care Assistance
- Meals Included
- Healthy Snacks
Guest / Family Services
- Family Outreach / Education
- VA Benefits
- 24-Hour Staff
- 72 Total Units
- 72 Total Beds in the Facility
- 38 Current Occupants
- Certified by Medicare
- Medicare Participant Since 03/20/2012
Complaints and Deficiences
- 4 Total Deficiencies Reported
- 4 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