Lincoln Park Manor

(866) 653-9337

694 Isaac Prugh Way, KETTERING, OH


Services

  • Assisted Living
  • Nursing Home

Payment Options

  • Medicare Yes
  • Medicaid No
  • Veteran's Benefits No
  • Long Term Care Insurance No
  • Subsidy Available No
Lincoln Park Manor
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694 ISAAC PRUGH WAY
KETTERING
OH
44104
USA
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User Reviews

11/21/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

Lincoln Park Manor is an average sized, for profit, nursing home with 60 beds based in Kettering, OH. At last check, the facility had 33 residents indicating that it is 55% occupied which is less than average within the state of Ohio. The provider accepts only medicare, and provides resident counseling services.
This nursing home and assisted living facility, is not located in a hospital or a continuing care retirement community (CCRC). As of November 2012, the medicare rating for Lincoln Park Manor, was 5 stars. Only 13% of nursing homes have 5 stars in Ohio. Important to note that this facility has recently improved and has gone from 4 stars to 5 stars.
We have compared the detailed Medicare data for Lincoln Park Manor with other senior care providers in Ohio. When compare to the state averages for staffing, the number of registered nurse (RN) hours per resident per day is higher than 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 07/14/2011.
To view the full report for this facility, and to understand more about its Medicare rating, go to here



04/12/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

We admitted my father for rehabilitation after a stroke in March of 2012. After visiting a few facilities we chose Lincoln park, not only because we heard it was well thought of but,primarily my dads internist went there. We were told he would be seen once a week by his internist, that did not happen. My dad was seen only twice during his 23 days there and was having some other health issues after he arrived.
The unit was grossly under staffed. The call bells were constantly going off and it took forever for the call bell to be answered. The nurses did not have time to discuss our fathers care or our concerns. They were too busy at all times and were not very approachable. When we did put our call button on , after 15-30 minutes, we would go out to look for help and the halls were deserted.
My father was only gotten up and out of bed for physical therapy which was 1hr. A day 5days a week. The staff did not encourage my dad to sit in chair etc., they only got him up if we the family requested it. Before we left my father in the evening he would request to be put into bed because he was afraid he would be left for hours sitting there because aids took so long getting to him.
My father arrived at LP with a foley catheter. When his urologist requested to remove the foley and then check for residual urine with a bladder scanner we found out they did not have one and could not get one. They stated they manually palpate the bladder to check for residual. This is not an accurate way to measure according to physicians we spoke to. Post stroke, urine retention in men is common according to our urologist.
On the last Wednsday my father was there he began to have abdominal pain, nausea with some vomiting. We voiced our concern to the staff. Thursday we requested a urine analysis to be done and asked if Dr. Would come, they weren't certain if Dr. Would come in. The request for a ua wasn't done by the time we left at around 7pm that thursday and we were told by the nurse that she would get to it when she had time, it was requested by us that afternoon. We found out it was done at 3am the next morning, friday,and the results were negative. We were also told that the Dr. told LP if my dad got worse to take him to the emergency room.
Saturday morning we received a call that my dad was at the ER at Kettering hospital. He had blood in his stool and Kettering hospital showed a positive urinalysis. After a cat scan and sigmoidoscopy was done the results showed a severe stool impaction, ulcers in the colon that were bleeding all due to this impaction. After 5 days in the hospital and major cleaning out of the colon, I'VE antibiotics for the bladder infection, we readmitted him back to LP because we were waiting on Bethany Village to have a bed become available.
I voiced all my many complaints to LP once we we're readmitted after the hospital stay. The following day there was more help on the unit and our call bell was answered within 10 minutes. I inquired to one of the aids about the additional help and I was told they pulled staff from other areas, including personnel that were not aids or nurses. One such employee said she was embarrassed for the quality of care that was being given and that she would not have her parents in this facility.
That same day Bethany Luthern Village called me and informed me they had a bed for my father, I immediately started the transfer process.
Once the transport people arrived the sloppiness that was apparent continued. The portable O2 tank was set in my fathers room without a stand. If it was pushed over it could have exploded according to the ambulette driver. When the transport person went to hook up the O2 tanks gasket was broken, the transporter went and got one that worked. When my father was put in the wheelchair to leave the aids hooked the foley bag too close to the wheel on the wheelchair and when the chair was moved it caused a puncture in the bag and urine was all over the floor. I was mortified for my father at which point I had the nurse bag the punctured bag so we could leave and get to Bethany and have them take care of it.
It has been exactly one week since transferring to Bethany Luthern Village. Since my dad has been here he has improved 100%. His personality is back, he no longer sits with his head slumped down. He is talkative and up beat. The staff is checking on him often and when his call button goes off they are there within minutes. Therapy has him walking and doing things that he wasn't close to doing prior to his admission here. He likes all the staff that have worked with him. He stated he thought the staff at Lincoln Park were angry. My guess is that they were over worked because they were understaffed with the level of care they were dealing with. He no longer has a foley catheter in and is being monitored with a bladder scanner they have on the unit. We have hope with the progress he has made in this one weeks time that he will be able to return home in 3 weeks. While we were ar Lincoln Park we had our doubts if he would ever be able to come home.
This is my families first experience with a nursing facility, We did not know what to expect. After my fathers admission to Kettering hospital ER we realized that the secondary issues that occurred could be as dangerous to him as the stroke. I do wander what his recovery would be if we hadn't " wasted" 23 days in a facility that provided inadequate care.




Description of Lincoln Park Manor in KETTERING, OH

Number of Beds : 60

With skilled, warm nursing home services, Lincoln Park Manor is located in a picturesque area of Kettering, OH. 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 Lincoln Park Manor, 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. Lincoln Park Manor 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

Amenities

Community Services
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry Service
Security
  • Fire Sprinkler System
Personal Assistance
  • Activities of Daily Living (bathing, grooming, dressing, eating, etc.)
  • Catheter Management
  • Foot Care
  • Sitting, Standing, Walking
  • Toileting
  • Medication Management
Special Health Conditions
  • Colostomy or Urostomy

Demographic Profile for KETTERING, OH, 44104

People

Male Population
44.50%
Female Population
55.50%
Median Age
28.2 Years
Average Household Income
$17,737

Cost Of Living
Compared to the National Average

Overall
26% Below
Cost of Food
11% Above
Utilities
15% Above
Miscellaneous
1% Above

Environment
Provided By EPA; Closer to 100 is better

Air Quality
23.2 / 100
Water Quality
30 / 100
Superfund Sites
40 / 100
Physicians per 100k
389.1

Annual Crime

Violent Crimes
9
Property Crimes
8