Thompson Care Center

(866) 653-9337

3241 Paseo Blvd, KANSAS CITY, MO


  • Nursing Home

Payment Options

  • Medicare No
  • Medicaid No
  • Veteran's Benefits No
  • Long Term Care Insurance No
  • Subsidy Available No
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01/26/2018  -  An Interested Visitor Writes:

Again 80 bed faclity res care 1 i worked there when mr lara owned it and was called Amity boarding care i was charge CMT i supervised the med aides and.nuse aides plus we had an RN consultant 8 hourse a week plus we also had a cook and laundry person i worked there 8 yrs we worked as a team plus we were staffed my self plus 2. nurse aides evening we did have a CMT with 1 nurse aide but the CMT became ill so they hired a med aide and on night a med aide and. Nurse aide it was team effort but i was responsible for daily routimes passing meds and administering insulin doing rounds with doctors , admissions monthly summaries, verfying mars each month discharge , also reviewing pca sheets were completed for each shift by. Nurse aides i also re ordered meds monthly also did care plans for patients whom where involved with dept of mental hlth after 8 yrs i moved on mr lara sold the faclity but they cant keep staff dont pay nothing and expect the cmt or med aide and if they have nurse aide to do everything i have a friend who applied there as med aide was told everything wax expected but for y.50 hr she no thanks and the facilty cont to be understaffed and patient arent getting best care

08/19/2016  -  An Interested Visitor Writes:

I used to be the charge CMT when Thompson Care Center was called Amity Boarding care they had the same problem that Thompson Care Center has now you have 80 beds by law when you're over 30 bed you have to have the adequate staff that means more than one person doing more than just passing meds so when I work there is the charge person and they have a different administrator we always had a nurse's aide for the second floor a nurse's aide for the first floor and I had a med aide with me passing meds because we can we can we were licensed for 100 beds now it was hard to keep staff there because they weren't paying any thing you have too many chiefs not enough Indians and it was very stressful so I left and they lost their Department of Mental Health license and then they sold the business to Thompson care center from what I understand they still don't want to pay anything they still expect the staff to do cooking cleaning patient care and passing meds when I was there I insisted that they had a cook in the kitchen so no cross-contamination and they hired one but you know you get these administrators that all they think about is the money and a lot of people that I know that have work there do not stay there very long and plus you gotta treat your staff right you know even though I was the charge CMT because by law we only had to have an LPN 8 hours a week we had an RN that came in 8 hours a week and he would tell me what needed to be done so we have an RN consultant so I always had somebody that I could refer to he's no longer there so it's really went downhill and unfortunately you know they just can't seem to keep staff and they're also moving residents out of the facility so I don't know if it's going to even continue being open and it's unfortunate because when I worked there we all worked as a team and we kept the place you know the patients got baths everyday you know cuz that was one thing I was big on the 8th so we're good at bathing the patients and if we all had to go in there and lift the person we all went in there with the person in the tub and they got their baths but it got to the point when I left I went back to to visit and they had cut staff again and the patients were stinking and there was no proper care

Description of Thompson Care Center in KANSAS CITY, MO

Number of Beds : 80

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