Brian Center Health & Rehabilitation/Yanceyville

(866) 653-9337

Po Box 1508, YANCEYVILLE, NC


Services

  • Nursing Home
  • Short Term Care

Payment Options

  • Medicare No
  • Medicaid No
  • Veteran's Benefits No
  • Long Term Care Insurance No
  • Subsidy Available No
Brian Center Health & Rehabilitation/Yanceyville
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PO BOX 1508
YANCEYVILLE
NC
27379
USA
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User Reviews

04/09/2014  -  An OurParents User Writes:

Don't ever sign an arbitration agreement at this facility (or any facility for that matter). The care here was inadequate due to extreme understaffed/overworked nurses and their assistants. thank God my family member is now at a wonderful nursing home where they care about providing enough staff to adequately meet the needs of their residents. I feel sorry for those residents who are still there and the staff who provide the "Hands-On" care.



10/25/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

Well, here's a case of "Grandpa Dumping". And the Brian Center of Yanceyville has just the right type of administration to perpetuate this practice. The State of Wisconsin has taken a pro-active stance against such a disgraceful act. In NC, however, we'll have to play "Catch-Up". Here's how the "Game" works: for whatever reason, the administration wants the resident to leave the facility (and quickly, I might add). It could be that the person is paying through Medicaid and not privately, the resident may require too much care and the facility is not getting reimbursed enough money, the facility is not being allowed to "Medicate" the resident to their liking, or possibly the family member is too zealous in trying to protect the rights of the resident. The administrator notifies the doctor that the resident is acting "Aggressively", and this is asserted without any proof. Then an employee of the nursing facility, perhaps a social worker goes to the county court, explains the situation and has the magistrate write an order to "Involuntarily Commit". This can be due to the resident being mentally ill, or "Being dangerous to themselves and/or Others". If the resident has dementia, how are they going to know any different. So, with the court order come the Sheriffs and the ambulance. Off to the ER we go and off to the Psych unit we go for observation/evaluation. It doesn't matter whether they wind up committing you or not, because then the facility can say, "We do not want to take you back". And in our case, the Brian Center pulled this stunt on my dad Oct. 17th. We also were given a bill (over $15,000.00) for room and board from Sept 20 through Nov 30. I had intentions of paying this at the facility on Oct. 17, as I had requested a meeting to discuss some issues on that day. The administrator said I should pay the bill first before we start the meeting. It should be noted that the administrator knew that the $15K would be a gross overpayment since in about 30min (unbeknownst to me) he would be informing me that he would be having my father committed that evening. I requested a meeting for that day, however, none of the issues I wanted to discuss were ever brought up. Obviously, the overriding topic was the sheriffs will be coming soon. Did I get my check back, since it was just given to them 30minutes ago? Heck no! I was overcharged @ $9,500.00 intentionally. Additionally, my father's belongings were removed from his room without my knowledge. As of right now, I'm not sure if everything is accounted for, but I can tell you this much: I'm sure his missing dentures aren't going to be within the pile. Still want your mom or dad to come here? If you do, you just might need to be committed.

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    08/23/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Don't even think of coming here. The nurse's bathroom in a "Locked Unit" wing had roaches, a resident's room had ants crawling in the sink and on the counter in the other "Locked Unit". Incontinence management of the residents is a big issue. Even one care provider documented that a resident's bandages (for pressure ulcers on the feet) were soaked in urine. No small wonder that same resident had MRSA (a serious staph infection). The names of treating therapists are not allowed to be given out to family members, not even if you're a legal representative. There are staff members who cannot spell my family member's name, cannot spell a medication, mix up the classification of medications, don't know the difference between an anti-psychotic and an anti-anxiety medication, and believe clozapine is the same thing as clonazepam. I wouldn't trust this place with a rabbit. I have seen enough at this point in time to conclude that their sparse staffing also lacks the knowledge to perform adequate nursing care. This is also evident in the nursing staff/ratings surveys (including those completed by the government).


    Response: I wrote this review and there are NO "Likes" that were listed by me. These are all fabrications. The only likes for me is when I am able to visit my loved one. Again, the more I look into this place, the more there is to dislike. Stay clear from this facility, please. Please God watch over our parents, God Bless.



    Description of Brian Center Health & Rehabilitation/Yanceyville in YANCEYVILLE, NC

    Number of Beds : 157

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    Demographic Profile for YANCEYVILLE, NC, 27379

    People

    Male Population
    52.05%
    Female Population
    47.95%
    Median Age
    40.8 Years
    Average Household Income
    $35,266

    Cost Of Living
    Compared to the National Average

    Overall
    24% Below
    Cost of Food
    2% Above
    Utilities
    1% Below
    Miscellaneous
    1% Below

    Environment
    Provided By EPA; Closer to 100 is better

    Air Quality
    86.8 / 100
    Water Quality
    67 / 100
    Superfund Sites
    99 / 100
    Physicians per 100k
    29.6

    Annual Crime

    Violent Crimes
    2
    Property Crimes
    2