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3801 Woodridge Blvd, FAIRFIELD, OH


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User Reviews

04/15/2014  -  An OurParents User Writes:

My Mom has been in this facility on the skilled floor several times. The staff does care and the care that was provided with the most recent stay which was the end of March 2014. I have seen a great improvement. The response time to call lights is much better than it was about a year ago, the management is readily available and handled any concerns i had very promptly. Don't get me wrong it may have small issues as well as any other facility, but to see the administrator, DON and the unit managers on the floors during off hours is something you don't see at other places. I overheard the staff say that the DON lives around the corner and gives the residents his cell phone number and will come in to the facility during off hours and make surprise visits. The current DON and Administrator at this building are making a difference. There is no comparison it is not the same atmosphere as it was a year ago the facility has come a long way and Heartland is lucky to have found such a great management team, that has held the "bad apples" accountable and is so determined to make it a great place to be. I am a triage nurse myself and could tell some horror stories of the way i have seen patients come in from other facilities....kudos Woodridge continue striving to be great!

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    04/11/2014  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    This place is horrible! Don't leave anone you remotely care about here. The skilled nursing unit staff just doesn't care about anything other than 1) their cell phones 2)what's on tv or 3)who's not helping them at that moment. Call lights went unanswered, treatment plans ignored, special needs like a toileting program, adaptive eating equipment, or any type of special needs care is non-existant. Their billing is inaccurate. They attempted to charge us more than their published prices. There is no accountability for the care provided here. If you love your family, don't put them here.

    Response: It is apparent that you had a bad experience which is unfortunate, next time perhaps you should try another facility in the proximity and compare. My experience here was great i was there in February 2014, and although it is apparent that the building has had a change in the management, it was a positive change!

    Response: Since you were an interested visitor, was this your first time in the building or are you a former employee?

    Response: Not a former employee, just the daughter of a very temporary resident. Mom was there for less than 30 days, we moved her to another the assisted living section, and we're all much happier.

    08/12/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    The care by staff was terrible during rehab for a knee replacement. The food was barely edible. My meds needed for therapy went missing several times. Care for the elderly was not good at all. Overall, a depressing, sad place. Nurses aides didn't know how to take a blood pressure.

    07/19/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    All they are interested in is making money from the patients that have had the bad fortune to be dumped into this place. Everyone told me how great this place USE to be. The Doctor's ability is iffy and the business office will turn you upside down to get everything out of your pockets. Bring a luch for your loved one the food is horrible.

    05/18/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    My father was placed here less than 24 hours ago and I can already tell you that NO ONE cares. We pressed the nurse call light and it took over 45 minutes, before anyone came in to see what was wrong. My father has a feeding tube and it took them over 3 hours to hook it back up for him. It took over 45 minutes to get him a bedside commode and then I moved it to the bathroom and still took them 5 hours to empty it. My father is also diabetic and they did not give him his medicine and never did a finger stick until we asked about it and that was over 12 hours later. They forced me to give this place one star...They should not get even one star. I know animals that get treated better. Oh and I stayed with my dad the first night, sleeping in a chair and the nurse said oh, are you staying to make sure we are not a typical nursing home that you hear about? I told her, no you already proved that and that is why I am staying. Uncaring, idiots!!!

    01/15/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    This place is horrible!! If your loved one is in Assisted Living or on the first floor of the nursing home, you might be OK but DON'T let your family member go to the second floor. They do not take care of your loved ones, there are a couple of Aides that are good but the rest of them,NO NO NO!!! I went to the front desk to ask someone to help my mother to the bathroom and they all looked at me like I was crazy, my mother has fallen and we were not contacted till 9 hours after the fact and she was unresponsive!! She had jewelery stolen from her. When we complain, they act like they care and are concerned but that is surely not the case. PLEASE don't send your loved one here. My mother is scared to ask for help to go to the bathroom. Pitiful place!!


    Number of Beds : 112

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    Source: OurParents.com

    Demographic Profile for FAIRFIELD, OH, 45014


    Male Population
    Female Population
    Median Age
    37.1 Years
    Average Household Income

    Cost Of Living
    Compared to the National Average

    14% Below
    Cost of Food
    4% Below
    15% Above
    4% Below

    Provided By EPA; Closer to 100 is better

    Air Quality
    14.9 / 100
    Water Quality
    35 / 100
    Superfund Sites
    20 / 100
    Physicians per 100k

    Annual Crime

    Violent Crimes
    Property Crimes