Cary Health and Rehabilitation

(866) 653-9337

6590 Tryon Rd, CARY, NC


Services

  • Nursing Home
  • Short Term Care: Rehabilitation

Payment Options

  • Medicare Yes
  • Medicaid Yes
  • Veteran's Benefits No
  • Long Term Care Insurance No
  • Subsidy Available No
Cary Health and Rehabilitation
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6590 TRYON RD
CARY
NC
27511
USA
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07/21/2017  -  An Interested Visitor Writes:

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    05/23/2015  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    MY PARENT DIED THERE! DON'T SEND YOU'RE LOVED ONES THERE!



    11/21/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Cary Health and Rehabilitation is an average sized, for profit, nursing home with 117 beds based in Cary, NC. At last check, the facility had 117 residents indicating that it is 100% occupied which is more than average within the state of North Carolina. The provider accepts both medicare and medicaid programs, and provides resident counseling services.
    This nursing home is not located in a hospital or a continuing care retirement community (CCRC). As of November 2012, the medicare rating for Cary Health And Rehabilitation, was 1 star, which is a lower rating than 82% of nursing homes in North Carolina. Important to note that this facility has recently detriorated and has gone from 2 stars to 1 stars.
    We have compared the detailed Medicare data for Cary Health And Rehabilitation with other senior care providers in North Carolina. When compare to the state averages for staffing, the number of registered nurse (RN) hours per resident per day is about average; Certified nursing assistant (CNA) hours per resident per day is about average; The number of licensed practical (LPN) or vocational nurse hours per resident per day is about average. The most recent health inspection was on 06/06/2012.
    To view the full report for this facility, and to understand more about its Medicare rating, go to here



    09/25/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    My mother was there after a stroke and her health deteriorated rapidly. I repeatedly asked if she was alright, how was her tests, bloodwork, etc. I was always assured everything was fine. I then saw other patients come and go and she still was making no progress. She kept complaining that she was tired and couldn't stay out of bed. They just said that she needed to be pushed harder. We did that. She became weaker. Finally I couldn't take anymore. I was at work and my brother was there visiting. That morning I was there and she was weaker than normal. Not wanting to eat and when she would take a sip of water she would choke on that. Well, when he called me and told me she fell asleep on dinner and wouldn't wake up completely I called there. I asked to speak to a charge nurse. By then my brother left because his wife had to go to work. I assumed I was talking to a charge nurse and I wanted them to call 911 and have her admitted and that I felt something was wrong. First off, I was told my brother and his wife were rude and didn't speak to anyone. Then the nurse told me that she would wake her. I heard her do that. I told her again I wanted her to call 911 and have her admitted. They said they would notate in chart for the doc to come first thing and put a consult in immediately. She then told me that she was stable and 911 didn't need to be called. I showed up first thing the next morning. Her usual nurse didn't know what I was talking about. Pulled her chart and didn't see anything. She immediately got onto it. She asked what the nurse sounded like. I told her she had a Jamaican or African accent. She immediately knew who it was and informed me she was only a CNA. She also told me there was no charge nurse there the time I called. She put in for consult for doc that Monday, which was two days after that. Assured me my mom would be fine and her need wasn't urgent. After all, she is a nurse and I should trust her right? WRONG! Monday arrives and I speak to a PA because the regular doc wouldn't be in until Tuesday. I was floored, but the PA listened to me and agreed with my concerns. Now, this baffled me because I am not the doctor. Anyway, she ordered bloodwork and scheduled another CT scan at my urgent request. Bloodwork showed a UTI. They hooked her up to an IV because she was dehydrated. She also had diarrhea. She isn't ambulatory at all, but after her stroke she was walking with assist. CT scan was on Tuesday. They found bleeding on the brain. She had another stroke and according to the timeframe was when I was asking them to call 911. The stroke happened a few days before the CT scan. Do not ever let your family member go there. Besides what I just told you, the facility smells really bad, it is dirty, my mom's toilet didn't work. The food is cold most of the time and if a patient has to use the bathroom during mealtime they have to sit in it until they are done delivering trays which takes over an hour. Sometimes the food isn't edible because it is pure nasty. My mom's roomate sometimes needed help to eat and a nurse never came to feed her. They would take the tray. After that I started feeding her. She just wasted away. I am not exaggerating any of this. She is at WAKEMED Raleigh and is doing 100% better. She will NOT go back to Cary Health and Rehab. EVER! The CNA are not compassionate. Tell the patients that if they don't cooperate with therapy they will be in the bed forever and no one will like that. They make the patient feel really bad. They jerk on them while assisting with things. It takes forever for them to answer a call bell. I tried moving her, but they would stop me all the time saying no one had beds and that you couldn't transfer to another home because they are already occupying a bed, ETC. GO SOMEWHERE ELSE!



    03/05/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Worst experience of our lives. My dad spent 2 months there. The care was horrible. While there, he had to go to the hospital for a UTI and his blood sugar was over 500. Worst care ever. He was discharged to live on his own and had three falls the first night. We had to quickly move him to assisted living. I can't believe Cary Health thought he was able to live on his own. We tried to move him, but they wrapped us up in red tape and blocked us at every turn. Do not let a loved one be put in this facility.



    09/28/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    I am very concerned about the safety of your patients.
    My family member was a patient there. My family member was not well taken care of. There has been no hot water for almost a week. We had to ask for care constantly. When the nurses button was pushed at night, no one came. The nurse that discharged my family member was very rude, telling us that we could look up medications on the internet if we did not know what they were. Care was very unorganized. Bathroom toilet was stopped up for over two days. We asked at least 6 different people how to get a plunger. Very sad situation to observe.




    Description of Cary Health and Rehabilitation in CARY, NC

    Number of Beds : 117

    You'll appreciate a higher standard of living and experience quality nursing home services at Cary Health, and Rehabilitation Center in Cary, NC. After an elderly person has grown frail, their physical condition requires the careful attention and the expertise of an interdisciplinary team of healthcare professionals. At Cary Health, and Rehabilitation Center, the team making up this crucial form of nursing care includes the resident’s attending physician, licensed nurses, medical specialists, therapists, registered dietitians, activity directors, and nursing assistants. All work in tandem to deliver the utmost of this special form of care to your loved one. A skilled staff and licensed nurses provide 24/7 health care when needed as well as assistance with the activities of daily living, including grooming, dressing, and help with using the bathroom. Most residents share a room, with healthy meals provided in a central dining room. An activity director designs an activity and events plan to cultivate mental, physical, and social health. Cary Health, and Rehabilitation Center helps seniors find the worry-free lifestyle they want. There are nursing home services available in this community. A nursing home is appropriate for those who cannot be cared for at home but who do not need hospital care. For help on finding the perfect senior living option for you, call today.

    Source: OurParents.com

    Demographic Profile for CARY, NC, 27511

    People

    Male Population
    49.78%
    Female Population
    50.22%
    Median Age
    38.7 Years
    Average Household Income
    $63,954

    Cost Of Living
    Compared to the National Average

    Overall
    Equal to
    Cost of Food
    6% Above
    Utilities
    7% Below
    Miscellaneous
    5% Above

    Environment
    Provided By EPA; Closer to 100 is better

    Air Quality
    26.2 / 100
    Water Quality
    89 / 100
    Superfund Sites
    49 / 100
    Physicians per 100k
    231.5

    Annual Crime

    Violent Crimes
    2
    Property Crimes
    3