Located in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, West Hills Health and Rehabilitation Center is a 150 unit housing facility for seniors. They provide senior living in a well-managed and pleasant environment. The zip code of 15108 in which they are located is a predominantly middle income area. It has an average household income of $64,014. It is heavily populated, with about 40,153 residents in the neighborhood around the community. The community is located amongst many local conveniences, such as churches, retail shopping, and health care facilities. They are located only 2.9 miles from Heritage Valley Sewickley. There are 11 drugstores within one mile of the facility. Also, there are 19 churches within four miles, including Sharon Community Presbyterian, St Margaret Mary, Grace Lutheran Church, and St Andrew Lutheran Church.
West Hills Health and Rehabilitation Center offers both assisted living and nursing home care. They can provide care for those who require assistance with routine activities like preparing meals, hygiene, and house keeping, but who are still able to move around and are somewhat independent. Also, they can provide for those who are seriously ill and require assistance with routine activities but also must have frequent access to health care services.
West Hills Health and Rehabilitation Center has been commissioned by Medicare and Medicaid since 1984. They obtained 2 out of 5 stars in the latest data published by Medicare, based on a combined criterion of safety evaluations, overall quality, and staffing ratings. They had 10 deficiencies reported, 0 fines levied, 0 complaints made, 0 payment denials, and 0 total penalties levied during the latest period.
- Outdoor Garden
- Wifi / Internet
- Salon / Barbershop
- Social Activities
- Family Outreach / Education
- 150 Total Units
Guest / Family Services
- 10 Total Deficiencies Reported
- 9 Health Standard Deficiencies
- 1 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
- 150 Total Beds in the Facility
- 145 Current Occupants
- Certified by Medicare and Medicaid
- Medicare Participant Since 01/09/1984
- Offers Resident/Family Counciling
by Lucid D. 05/26/2016
Patty B you must be one of those employees there that got away with everything. I'm sorry but this place needs to be shut down. I have gone in there to visit my family and NONE of the nurses or RNS were nice or polite. They were all snot noses and thats being nice. I know for a fact that they DO yell at the new traines in front of the people staying there. I seen it. So for you to say its not true is a complete lie. I am truely shocked that place has not been sued yet. I feel bad for those stuck there and those very few good employees that work there to. I would STRONGLY suggest another place out side of this one.
by Ashley K. 05/29/2015
as a former employee of this facility , i would not suggest anyone applying for a job there, they Are constantly understaffed, and its not fair to residents or staff, the reprimand people who dont need to be reprimaned , and leave the ones who do , alone. majority of the RNs or LPNs do not do anything to help the CNAs when asked, I feel bad for anyone who puts a family member or loved one in this facility , beacause they have some aides who are completely unfit, threatening abuse, and things such as that,
by Debra W. 01/14/2015
I was in West Hills for 8 months this place is a nightmare. The rehabilitation department is wonderful but they can't do their jobs correctly because the nursing floors do not cooperate. There are so many abusive lazy employees there it is unbelievable. I had quite a few problems with a CNA their Yvette. What she did to me was actually criminal it was witnessed by three employees two RN's and a CNA. It was taken to the Brian the director of West Hills. I was told by several people nothing will be done she gets away with everything she has had many complaints. They were so right. The director Brian came to talk to me he had seen the evidence and new the complaint. I was told by Brian I must have missed identified her because he asked Yvette she said she didn't do it. What a surprise she denies it. I described her to a T and Brian said yes that sounds like Yvette but I still think you have the wrong person. He even talked to my witnesses the three employees. Nothing was done to her it was brushed under the rug. I didn't take it to the police for fear of retaliation. They put a break room at the end of the hall which was the biggest mistake that they could have done many of the employees especially the CNA sit in that Break room and don't bother answering call lights. There were so many times the physical therapy department would have to ask the residents, I see your call light is on is there something you need. Which was taking them away from what they should have been doing. I feel so sorry for the physical therapy department it's like they have to be doing everything there. Once I waited for 45 minutes to be taken off the bedpan so I just started putting the bedpan under my bed and got myself on and off the bedpan because I was nonweightbearing. I saw many falls that were covered up there. I don't know how this place stays open. They should have been sued long ago.
by Patty B. 11/26/2014
Im a former worker of west hills, and im sorry when applying for a job you do not goto the floor you goto recepinist desk and wait on someone to take you to the hall behind the offices to use the computer and apply.. you are no where on the floor.. so i have a really hard time believing that, that review is even close to truth. As for the hostile co worker.. that too is not tolerated! There are however ALOT of things that are over looked and the innocent take the blame for the guilty.. but those 2 employees mentioned.. NOPE cant see it.
by Concerned D. 10/17/2014
My mother lives here and fortunately for her, she's able to do most of her daily routine alone For the residents that actually require care however, I couldn't imagine a worse environment. The status quo is laziness and indifference. The few good employees are constantly overworked picking up the slack left from everyone else. West hills seems to have a "just look the other way" policy to handle just about everything. I frequently hear staff yelling at residents and each other. CNA Yvonne can frequently be heard screaming obscenities at the residents and threatening, with bodily harm, anyone that dares to question her work ethic, which is non existent...but from the look of things, she fits right in with all of the other obnoxious behavior that just goes unchecked there because they are seemingly constantly under staffed. If you love your loved one, choose a different facility.