ASHTON PLACE HEALTH AND REHAB

(866) 653-9337

5533 Burlington Road, MC LEANSVILLE, NC


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  • Short Term Care

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  • Veteran's Benefits No
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ASHTON PLACE HEALTH AND REHAB
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5533 BURLINGTON ROAD
MC LEANSVILLE
NC
27301
USA
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User Reviews

02/13/2017  -  An Interested Visitor Writes:

My father has been in two Nursing home rehab facilities within the year. Ashton place on Burlington rd. is by far the best facility. The rooms are large, complete with walk in showers! My dads needs were being met, he was bathed regularly ( this is an issue in some facilites), if he didn't like the meals - which look delicious - he was brought a sandwhich so he wouldn't go hungry. He WAS treated with respect. To me, that is so important for an elderly person who's lived a lifetime of independence, and now depends on the help of others to get through their day. The medical treatment was wonderful... Ashton place checks vitals often and they were able to perform test such as x-rays and checking for fluid around the lungs, which I believe may have saved my dads life. The physical and occupational therapy is top-notch - the therapist are kind, but they will not allow your elderly loved one to be apathetic or lazy. They get the job done! The CNA's at Ashton place would go above and beyond to make Dads day more pleasant. I really can't say enough good things about the staff. Especially the CNA'S! Me and my family were with my dad on a daily basis; we didn't miss a beat. I know that's not possible for everyone with a family member in a Nursing home/rehab facility. That said; being very observant, it appeared that everyone at this facility was being treated like family. Ideally, no one wants to place their family in the care of a NH.. but if you find that you have no choice, you should take a tour of Ashton place. We are very thankful for the care our dad received while he was there.

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    Response: What you are describing is the total opposite of my experience. They are severely understaffed and the majority of the staff they have is horrible. The exceptional few are way out numbered. They do not care for or about these patients. This is a check. Our experience has been awful. I heart goes out to anyone staying on that place that does not have an advocate.


    10/29/2014  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    I am an advocate for the elderly and an active participant with my loved one who is at Ashton Place Health and Rehab in McLeansville, NC. I check on my loved one often and when I am there, I am there for the other residents as well. This is not due to a lack of care or attention to detail by the staff but the ongoing needs and wants of the residents. It really does take all of us to bridge the gap between what is needed, wanted and what would be a nice thing to be able to do. These are wonderful citizens who are here on this earth for a purpose. I challenge you to take time to get to know them and to make yourself a blessing to someone everyday. It will help you, your loved one, and the others around your loved one. It will also help the administration and staff do a better job of caring for your loved one and to be of better service to family members, vendors, and partners.

    We accomplish so much more as a team. We do have a solid caring staff and administration is committed to making ongoing modifications to keep up with the changing needs of the residents and the facility. They are leaders in the industry and are willing to listen to our complaints and suggestions and to take action while also balancing the requirements of running a successful business. After all, we do want the facility to be around to be able to provide care to our loved ones. Quality of care and quality of life should always be on our checklists. Where safety may have been an understood priority in the past, elevation of attention is required in today's environment. Administration is focusing on Safety as another top priority for our loved ones and the staff. A major investment has been made in implementing changes to increase the facility's security.

    Yes, I know everyone is busy and that we pay the facility to care for our loved one. However, if we are blessed to have this day on earth, lets make the best of it. And yes, I do complain ... but I always try to offer a suggestion from the family point of view. And yes...I am persistent when required, but I am the one who has been most blessed by this process. As family members, we have the most to gain as we enrich our own lives. I think Ashton Place is a great place. I hope you will give them a try!

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    10/29/2014  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    My feelings about people who write reviews and blogs is ambivalent, put a name to your thoughts and concerns, first off rehab or LTC is not the most desirable location for anyone, so facilities are burdened to change preconceived notions off the bat, secondly families often expect miracles, families want staff to do the things they aren't able to do themselves sadly and very often staff are talked down to, noboby to a advocate for them, families come in and act as if they are better than the caregivers, they act as if they pay the staff out of their pockets, the ease their conscience by leaving a Apple or a box of candy at the desk after they report you to the boss and then expect that staff smile through it all, how about the families with all their gripes and dissatisfaction volunteer to come in and take over the day to day operations for one shift, I strongly believe this would turn complaints into compliments, I believe that families would be careful not to gripe about an employee that holds your love one hands when they leave for the beach or don't visit until it's a holiday and then the visit is about something that takes eBay available staff to handle a complaint that shuts down the care for the other residents, whoever reads this may feel I'm harsh or disgruntled no far from either, I work at Ashton, as one can deduct there is always two sides to a story !!!!!

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    09/17/2014  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    DON IS A DICTATOR Lots of turn over with nurses and CNA s

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    02/06/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Ashton Place is a wonderful place to work. The Administrator and Don really care about thier residents. The patient staff ratio is great and excellent care and services are provided to the resident's. One area of concern is the hiring and employment practices. This is an area that needs to be further investigated. Equal and fair employment practices are not currently being upheld.


    Response: Second that emotion, May be working today and gone tomorrow, this business is shady, ask people who work in healthcare

    Response: I agree as a former nurse, I think that the hiring /firing and general employment practices should be examined, this company does not give raises, it does however expect continuos additions to the nurses workload, they cater to families big time, families come in and change the atmosphere so it is difficult to know what the day or shift will bring, families work for companies that give them raises yet they don't know that the person taking care of their loved one whether good or bad doesn't see compensation of the effort put forth, come on families raise up and demand that the owners provide compensation for the jobs done that keep the company afloat. Nursing is often a thankless job, it should not be stagnant in the area of finance, the caregiver that takes care of your loved one has to buy gas and food as well, upon hiring the employee doesnot know they can work a year or two without an increase in wages but several additions to the job that they were hired for, I opted to go else where, I give good care to my residents and want to be compensated for the services I offer, call the company find out the last time a nurse was given a raise, call the owner do something instead of writing about the care issues, in life you get what you pay for


    11/21/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    ASHTON PLACE HEALTH AND REHAB is an average sized, for profit, nursing home with 134 beds based in Mc Leansville, NC. At last check, the facility had 117 residents indicating that it is 87% occupied which is about 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 Ashton Place Health And Rehab, was 3 stars, which is a better rating than 60% of nursing homes in North Carolina. Important to note that this facility has recently detriorated and has gone from 5 stars to 3 stars.
    We have compared the detailed Medicare data for Ashton Place Health And Rehab 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 10/13/2011.
    To view the full report for this facility, and to understand more about its Medicare rating, go to here



    08/01/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    we had a great overall experience with Ashton Place. My family member had been there 2 yrs with dementia. Nursing care was acceptable, but would have loved to seen more licensed nursing staff and NA's. Need smaller patient assignments so attention could be given to the smaller things that are important for families, not just passing meds and getting them dressed each day and placed in wheelchairs. Facility is pretty. Seems to have enough equipment etc. Common areas and hallways clean and smell fresh. Attention could be given to more cleaning in residents actual room and bathroom. Leadership is the downfall for this place. Administrator is not for the patient, family, or staff. Administrator difficult to work with. Administrator lacks emphathy for the residents and their family members. Activities Director is very nice and helpful. She goes out of her way to make sure everything is the way it should be to the best of her ability. She carried the workload of the Administrative staff, always there on evenings and weekends talking and visiting with families. Social Worker also helpful. Physician care is average. I never saw or talked with my Loved ones doctor in 2 years. My information came from the Nursing staff. My best suggestion is to become involved with Hospice, not only for terminal cancer care, but for pallative care for a long term illness, ie. dementia. The Hospice team is awesome. They are professional, helpful, and think of the patients and your needs before you can! Dont wait to do this...it is so helpful for the family. The Hospice staff is great!


    Response: they sent patient home per ins co so they said only gave husband 1 day notice to build a ramp he was uable to give meds dropped pt 3 times before able to place elsewhere poor service

    Response: AMEN to the above!! Activities department is wonderful, many CNA's are kind & caring. Administrator is sorely lacking in compassion. Director of Nursing acts like a dictator, berating staff in view of residents which can be upsetting for them. Hospice very helpful.


    08/01/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    we had a great overall experience with Ashton Place. My family member had been there 2 yrs with dementia. Nursing care was acceptable, but would have loved to seen more licensed nursing staff and NA's. Need smaller patient assignments so attention could be given to the smaller things that are important for families, not just passing meds and getting them dressed each day and placed in wheelchairs. Facility is pretty. Seems to have enough equipment etc. Common areas and hallways clean and smell fresh. Attention could be given to more cleaning in residents actual room and bathroom. Leadership is the downfall for this place. Administrator is not for the patient, family, or staff. Administrator difficult to work with. Administrator lacks emphathy for the residents and their family members. Activities Director is very nice and helpful. She goes out of her way to make sure everything is the way it should be to the best of her ability. She carried the workload of the Administrative staff, always there on evenings and weekends talking and visiting with families. Social Worker also helpful. Physician care is average. I never saw or talked with my Loved ones doctor in 2 years. My information came from the Nursing staff. My best suggestion is to become involved with Hospice, not only for terminal cancer care, but for pallative care for a long term illness, ie. dementia. The Hospice team is awesome. They are professional, helpful, and think of the patients and your needs before you can! Dont wait to do this...it is so helpful for the family. The Hospice staff is great!


    Response: We have a family member at Ashton Place. Numerous problems need to be addressed, the main one being the lack of communication. Trying to get an answer to a concern is nearly impossible. Recently they have changed the people around, so our family member lost several of the people who cared for them, knew their needs, and their situation. Now there is a current flow of new people who do not know the patient and do not take proper care of the patient as they should. We have called numerous times and have not had someone respond. How hard is it to read a chart before you start caring for someone? And getting an answer about billing charges is nearly impossible.
    Now for some good comments: the therapy people have done a wonderful job and were so very caring. Several of the staff who have taken care of our family member really did a great job and we let them know how much we appreciated them. But then they were moved to another wing. Why? The patients do not do well with change.


    08/01/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    we had a great overall experience with Ashton Place. My family member had been there 2 yrs with dementia. Nursing care was acceptable, but would have loved to seen more licensed nursing staff and NA's. Need smaller patient assignments so attention could be given to the smaller things that are important for families, not just passing meds and getting them dressed each day and placed in wheelchairs. Facility is pretty. Seems to have enough equipment etc. Common areas and hallways clean and smell fresh. Attention could be given to more cleaning in residents actual room and bathroom. Leadership is the downfall for this place. Administrator is not for the patient, family, or staff. Administrator difficult to work with. Administrator lacks emphathy for the residents and their family members. Activities Director is very nice and helpful. She goes out of her way to make sure everything is the way it should be to the best of her ability. She carried the workload of the Administrative staff, always there on evenings and weekends talking and visiting with families. Social Worker also helpful. Physician care is average. I never saw or talked with my Loved ones doctor in 2 years. My information came from the Nursing staff. My best suggestion is to become involved with Hospice, not only for terminal cancer care, but for pallative care for a long term illness, ie. dementia. The Hospice team is awesome. They are professional, helpful, and think of the patients and your needs before you can! Dont wait to do this...it is so helpful for the family. The Hospice staff is great!


    Response: very poor nursing care don of nursing very poor cannot keep staff very long to much of a turnover of staff has gotten rd of the best staff rns lpns and aids state needs to intervene


    03/13/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    NOT ENOUGH STAFF. IN FOR REHAB. PT/OT/SPEECH WERE FINE, BUT OVERWORKED. NOT ENOUGH NURSING. DOCTOR SHOWS UP ONLY ONCE A WEEK.



    08/10/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Ashton Place is suffering from leadership issues. Issues are ignored and staff is left to deal with them without proper resources. This causes staff to become overwhelmed and revert to doing as little as possible to get by. The residents/patients are suffering. They are becoming frustrated and are wanting to leave the facility. The one bright light is their activities director. Always busy, working for the residents, doing all she can and never complaining. Not afraid to address what needs to be done Vs hiding out to avoid the work.




    Description of ASHTON PLACE HEALTH AND REHAB in MC LEANSVILLE, NC

    Number of Beds : 134

    Ashton Place Nursing Rehab provides you with the very best in assisted living services through a welcoming, amicable community. For seniors who cherish their independence but still need a helping hand with daily activities, an assisted living program is designed for exactly such a lifestyle. Come experience true freedom, but one with compassionate care always nearby! Assisted living communities have many benefits. Research suggests that seniors who live near their peers and have a variety of social activities feel a greater sense of well-being. With assisted living, you'll enjoy senior-friendly homes and a welcoming staff. Other services you'll find include around-the-clock supervision and security, access to professional nurses, emergency call systems, help with daily living, and nutritious meals prepared by chefs. These communities typically provide housekeeping, laundry, transportation, and a calendar of social events. Reside at Ashton Place Nursing Rehab and enjoy an exciting new chapter of life, where elders can share stories and relish the companionship of peers. With a full range of assisted living services, and with a welcoming, amicable community, seniors feel right at home. The help you'll find at assisted living communities is offered as necessary, with the goal of supplying the support services required to stay as self-sufficient as possible. When you are ready to make the move to Ashton Place Nursing Rehab for assisted living services, call a senior care advisor.

    Source: OurParents.com

    Demographic Profile for MC LEANSVILLE, NC, 27301

    People

    Male Population
    49.83%
    Female Population
    50.17%
    Median Age
    38.6 Years
    Average Household Income
    $50,250

    Cost Of Living
    Compared to the National Average

    Overall
    8% Below
    Cost of Food
    3% Above
    Utilities
    1% Below
    Miscellaneous
    1% Below

    Environment
    Provided By EPA; Closer to 100 is better

    Air Quality
    32.3 / 100
    Water Quality
    75 / 100
    Superfund Sites
    100 / 100
    Physicians per 100k
    245.1

    Annual Crime

    Violent Crimes
    3
    Property Crimes
    2