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05/29/2015  -  An OurParents User Writes:

Transferred my father from the hospital to this center after a broken hip replacement at 5 pm. I returned at 8 am and he was still in the clothes he arrived in and drenched in urine. The doctor discontinued his evening medicine to calm him and he subsequently thrashed and fell out of bed at 3 am. I was never called about the med change or the fall. When I did find out, they assured me he was fine. I demanded they transport him back to hospital and he actually had a broken pelvis.
I was furious. They had him sign a form allowing them to change his meds which I'm sure was to cover them. He's 91 years old. I'm his power of attorney. They knew better. The other review of food is's not fit for a dog to eat

Response: Staffing cut back, hiring people who's English is bad, CNA is social service worker, wages are low for hourly workers, building dirty.

Response: If you would look at how much money is allowed for your meals you would be shocked. I was told I would have gourmet food but nurse told me that the chef is allowed 8.00 A Day to feed you! You can't buy dog food for that!!!! Nurses don't care if they help you they get paid the same. So sorry. Betsy who was at Center At Lincoln

Response: Nursing, Administator doesn't care. They just want your money. Mom spent 12 hours there and fell out of bed and broke her hip!

05/04/2014  -  An OurParents User Writes:

I just want to share my experience with The Center at Lincoln. I was there for nearly 4 weeks after an extensivce spine surgery. From the very beginning I felt loved by the staff and cared for. I never had a lon call light wait time. Only once I had to wait longer than 4-5 minutes and that was because there was another emergency. I enjoyed the food.

The staff was so accomodating to myself and my family members. Anything I needed or wanted was taken care of. They have great nurses and CNA's. Many of the nurses have worked in the hospital setting and some still do. I think I very rarely was cared for by anything other than an RN in the building. The therapy was amazing and I LOVED every second of my time in the gym. Leaving there was very sad for me as I now consider most of these staff members my friends. I will come again if I never need rehab and I will tell everyone I meet that this is by far the most amazing place full of competent and amazing staff. I felt the staff at Center at lincoln were more kind and knolwedgable than the hospital. The therapy gym has inside and outside and it is over 4,000 sf.

Whoever wrote the negative reviews obviously works for the competetion and does not know what they are saying and merely trying to slander this amazing facility.
Dont believe me ask to see their satisfaction surbey. I had to fill one out and they ask every patient to do so this was they can keep improving.
J. Smith

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    11/20/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    I am on Medicare through disability and had a badly broken ankle. I have no family and this place is where I was for 18 days of misery. The ombudsman said this place is classified as a Rehab Facility. They could not pass the standards to be a nursing home. If one looks up the Medical Director (only doctor), Mauricio Waintrub, one will find very bad reviews. The food was practically in edible, as well as unhealthy. The small nursing staff had a few caring RNs, but most seemed to be those those that no one else would hire. Directors generally do not like to hire nurses who verbally abuse patients and staff. Three CNAs quit just while I was there.

    Patients are kept in beds with alarm systems. They are also quite sedated. The large PT/OT staff was just to make it look like a rehab facility. They worked 7 to 4 Mon- Fri and most of that was typing long reports to make it appear they were doing physical and occupational therapy. The Center' literature states "720 minutes of rehab per week". I was lucky to get an hour per day. Then the PT put the bed alarm on, so that I had to call a for help just to use the restroom. I am younger than most there and really needed the physical therapy. Instead, I was trapped in bed. The Center would fill up on weekends and the serious understaffing for very ill people was blatant.

    Sometimes there were 20 lights on and one nurse and maybe a CNA. Some CNAs refused to work and just sat at the computers on Facebook. Two of the directors/social workers in charge are barely 30 and have no idea what they are doing, which, from what I saw was very little. Of course, they and the many PTs/OTs only worked 8 -5 hours five days per week. I am thinking these good reviews are by employees; no one with a brain could spend more than an hour there on a night or weekend and be anything but upset with the patient care (or lack of it).

    I was told The Center is committing Medicare Fraud. Elders worked all their lives an paid into the system for neglect because it is easy for unscrupulous investors to cheat the government. There is so much of it that the state, which has no agency to stop these Skilled Nursing Facilities and Home Health Care Agencies that cheat or just do not care. I have been home two months and still have nightmares about The Center at Llincoln. I am afraid of having to go to such a place again. I am ashamed for our community that allows such a horrible place in Douglas County.

    Response: What is it PT/OT work until 4 or 5? Which one is it? You say until 4 in one paragraph then you say 5 the next????Make up your mind.

    Response: You obviously do not know what you are speaking of. First of all you obviously work in that industry, because everything you are saying is not from a layman point of view.
    The gym is huge, the staff are amazing and I never had an issue with therapy spending time with me. I only saw a couple of people with alarms and that was because these people had a little confusion and might fall if they tried to get up without help.
    Why don't you have ethics and morals and not lie about such an incredible place and such incredible people. Shame on you

    Response: Lots of people complain because of not enough staff. Did you know that the kitchen can ONLY spend about 7-8 dollars per day for 3 meals for you? Where can you buy a meal for about 2.60 cents? Also remember your insurance company allows you only so much therapy

    Response: The less money they spend on your care the more profit they make. JD

    Response: It was like a revolving door there. English isn't spiking well, staff on phones, food brought up and sits on carts and no one cares. I am sure that fraud is commuted by nursing not see patients but they chart that they saw us. And where did my Ned's go that they said they gave me?

    Response: Medication go?

    Response: Test

    08/14/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Facility is seriously understaffed. Call buttons are not answered for up to 30 minutes.
    Housekeeping staff is deficient. Too many rooms, not enough staff. Patients are at risk as their calls go unanswered.

    Response: That is true. Staffing is determined by how many patient are in the building not type of care needed. That's how money is made

    08/07/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    To me this should be a place where you place your loved one to get better. Little did I know that they hustle you in, put the patient in isolation for 48 hours, then maybe physical therpy! I was invited to take a tour of the facility and did find the room to be very nice. The person giving me the tour pointed out that everyone has their own bathroom and assured me that there would be physical therpy daily. Wrong! They don't have anyone doing physical therpy on the weekends. They sign you in and then will keep you for as long as they can! My loved one was ready to come home 10 days prior to when they said that they felt the patient was ready to go home. The nursing staff is less than desirable. My loved one was to have assistance to use the restroom. Many times my loved one would have to get to the restroom without any help as 30 minutes would go by and no nurse, CNA, LPN would poke their head in to see why the call light would be going off. Several occasions my loved one would ask of medication that releave nauesa and ended up throwing up, then was left alone to clean up and empty the container of vomit by themself. It is appearent that this place milks the insurance company for as much money as they can. The nursing staff is anything but professional and they take it out on the patients. After my tour I spoke to a patient there prior to having my loved one transfered here from the hospital. He told me that the nursing care was fair, food was bad as he was having fast food with his family outside. To say the food was bad is an understatement to say the least. The food is horrible! If they hired a decent line cook they would be better off. All in all if you have to use a facility like this, make sure that you check out other facilities and if you have the money for a visiting nurse, avoid this place at all cost!

    Response: Your insurance determines how much care you get. They treated me like a @#$% roach. Put me on the 2nd floor because I was not a Medicare person. Nurses and CNA's were awful. Told me all the time they were too busy and just wet my bed then they would change me

    08/02/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    My mother was at the Center at Lincoln. She has had 2 other rehab stays at other facilities. The Center is the best place I could have ever imagined. They were kind and caring and the rehab team is amazing. I never once had any concerns about her care. She is stronger than ever and I am SOOO happy. Thank you to the employess there that are so kind.

    06/28/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    I had a recent stay at Lincoln center. It was great. They had a couple issues on the weekends with house keeping but overall the staff were so great. Managers came and got to know me, they made sure I always had what I needed. I was very please with my therapy. Better than I anticipated. I am thankful for their care and if I or anyone I know needs a rehab stay this is the place to be. It is a high class facilty and high class personel.

    06/25/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    My wife has gone the The Center at Lincoln 2 times now. The staff there have been incredible on every level. They are friendly, courteous and follow through regarding ever need. We tell all our friends about how amazing the staff there have been. The therapy is second to none. The food has improved so much since they first opened and they have hired a chef to prepare their meals. We are so thankful to the team there for all they do and have done for us.

    05/23/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    this is coming from a Kaiser employee. one of our patients was at your facility and came in for a follow up apppointment. They were not very happy with the care they received. They did not get bathed but twice in a 2 week period, stated they waited until 9pm one night to be walked, waited long hours for help after pressing the call button, the patient lost weight at the facility, and the worst of all, came out with a bad excoriated spot on the buttocks, the beginnings of a bad bedsore which should be unheard of these days. I urged the wife to write the facility and express her concerns as she stated this is a place that accepts Kaiser patients and our reputaion is extremely important. Hope this helps another future patient of your facility.

    Response: Are you serious? You are complaining about 7 minutes! That is great if they got to her in 7 minutes!!!

    04/10/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Admissions staff lies, food is awful and gym is too crowded to get any good therapy. My mothers nurse bell was left ringing for 7 minutes before anyone came to check on her.

    Response: It is awful

    Response: God forbid if you fall and hurt yourself. They lie and never report it to the state


    Number of Beds : 96

    Center At Lincoln Llc, The, located in Parker, Colorado provides the following services: Nursing Home. It accepts the following payment methods: Medicare. Center At Lincoln Llc, The has an average user review rating of 3 stars. Center At Lincoln Llc, The has a very good hospital, Sky Ridge Medical Center, located nearby, which scored a 98 out of 100 in its most recent Medicare review. The Center At Lincoln Llc, The's nearest hospital is 1 miles away. The zipcode (80134) in Colorado, where Center At Lincoln Llc, The is located, has an above average safety rating based on recent crime statistics. A more detailed description of the types of care for Center At Lincoln Llc, The can be found here.

    CENTER AT LINCOLN LLC, THE is a nursing home. It provides medical nursing service for seniors with serious illnesses or disabilities twenty-four hours a day, delivered by registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and certified nurse aids.

    Nursing care facilities cater to several types of patients: some patients require short-term rehab while recovering from surgery; others require long-term nursing and medical supervision. In addition, some nursing homes offer specialized care programs for Alzheimer's or other illnesses, or short-term respite care for frail or disabled persons when a family member requires a rest from providing care in the home. Please note that you can help compare nursing homes by looking at the Medicare ratings of a given facility (Medicare has a 5-star rating system for comparing nursing homes). There are various ways for paying for care in a nursing home. Make sure you know your loved one's Medicare and Medicaid eligibility, and understand how you can use tools like long term care insurance to pay for nursing home care.

    Source: SNAPforSeniors, Inc.

    Demographic Profile for PARKER, CO, 80134


    Male Population
    Female Population
    Median Age
    34.1 Years
    Average Household Income

    Cost Of Living
    Compared to the National Average

    14% Above
    Cost of Food
    9% Above
    11% Below
    1% Below

    Provided By EPA; Closer to 100 is better

    Air Quality
    35.1 / 100
    Water Quality
    100 / 100
    Superfund Sites
    88 / 100
    Physicians per 100k

    Annual Crime

    Violent Crime
    Property Crime