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202 Enon Springs Road East, SMYRNA, TN


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User Reviews

09/17/2016  -  An Interested Visitor Writes:

My 85 year old dad recently placed here. From what I can tell from my visits everything seems to be in order. My dad still has very sharp mind but failing health due to diabetes. I would like to see him in a facility with others who still have sharp mind where he could play 25 cent poker or something. My dad is really too alert and mischievous for this placement.

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    07/22/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    My sister was in this facility for 18 hours and died. We checked her in in the afternoon not one person checked on her after that, sometime later in the evening her breathing mask was put on, the next morning it was not taken off until family members complained. She did not get her medication at all, as her son said she was in the pit of hell. She passed away on the way back to the hospital.

    12/21/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    We placed my friend there and are pleased that she feels secure and loves the staff. I find her to be clean, her call light in reach and the staff accessible when she calls for them. The continual threat of federal and state budget cuts puts these type facilities in a squeeze if they take is sad that more cuts are pending...I don't know how they do it. It is insane to expect more and more of them while taking more and more away for them to work with. The people who live there are very hard to care for either physically or mentally. There is never enough help, but the hospitals are much much worse than nursing facilities at responding to these geriatric patients. I am, for the most part, pleased and, more importantly, so is my friend. I wish there was more staff interaction and less canned, prepared food but it is tough working within their budgets in Medcaid facilities. I would like to see more fresh fruit and a baked potato every now and then because she loves both! But the meals are hot and well balanced.

    04/26/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    I will have to disagree with all of your comments. I have had several family members in different long term care facilities over the years and this one by far has been the best. I see the opposite that all of you are seeing everyday that I visit. The staff are always very helpful and my loved one is always clean, dry and enjoys the food.

    04/10/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    My family member has been at this facility for some time. I'll have to agree with others about the care being very poor. Even after talking with ones in authority, it goes on deaf ears as if you never spoke about a situation. The food is terrible and so much is wasted because patients do not care for it or it is cooked in such ways, no one would want to eat it. The visitors sometimes have to help with getting food on table to patients as there is not enough help in cafeteria. Patients are left in feces at times and can't get help to change them for a period of time, and if it is at lunch time, forget it, they will not come until finished with feeding of patients. Knowing that facilities such as this have a high overhead, you could cut them some slack, but the tech's are underpaid and have a high volume of patients to tend to in one day. This should not happen. It's not fair to the ones taking care of patients and it surely isn't fair for the patients. They should not be allowed to take in more patients than they are able to take care of. This happens to be the case here. More patients than tech's to help. They spend lots of money to impress with the outward appearance, but hang around for a week or so and see the real truth.

    04/06/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Limited support for long term residents. staff is limited and quality of food is very poor. Look elsewhere

    01/14/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Moved family member into this facility and immediately regretted it. Nurses and techs treated us rudely, clothes turned up missing, wallet and change turned up missing. WE had his name tag on several items but someone removed them. We bought new hangers for his clothes closet, when we brought clean clothes to him, his hangers were all missing. We were told it is normal for the laundry people to get extra hangers out of all the closets. His room-mate sat in feces for a long time before someone would come and change him. We went to get his dirty clothes and there was a trash bag filled with two blankets,a shawl a top and bottom and a pillow. The top and one blanket had vomit on them, but not the other items (don't know how long they were in his closet like that). The last time we went to visit, 13 Jan 2012, he was sitting in his room with his outside coat on (said he was cold). No wonder, the air conditioner in his room was on full blast. Bottom line: Talked to the administrator about all this. Heard nothing from him - he took notes and did not offer an apology or any solutions to the problem. We were told in so many words that if we didn't like what was going on there to take him out.

    Response: I agree with you, this facility is terrible. My step dad has been in there since November 2011 and I can not tell you how many times my mom has had a talk with the director of nursing, the director, and some big wig who just so happened to be there one day. It has all fallen on deaf ears. My step dad has had repeated yeast infections on the creases of his legs, so bad in fact that they look like they had been burned. The activity room where they cram them after breakfast is a joke. The day that I visited, I had to squeeze through everyone just to get to my step dad. Heaven forbid if there had been a fire, they never would have been able to get them all out of that small room. To make matters worse, the director was in there reading a paper. I guess they had him in there to help with "activities". He did get up once to find the remote and change the channel. My moms stress level has increaded significantly due to dealing with them all.

    06/18/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Patients are not taken care of. They lay in their own feces for hours on end even when they are begging to be cleaned. There is no teamwork between the staff members. Patients go to activities but you can tell they are not happy bc they are all sleeping - They are extremely understaffed. When things are reported they do not listen to you they just pretend and throw it off their shoulder. terrible facility overall. they will look good when state and the big wigs are there but once they are gone it goes back to neglect.

    Response: Agree 100%


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    Demographic Profile for SMYRNA, TN, 37167


    Male Population
    Female Population
    Median Age
    33.3 Years
    Average Household Income

    Cost Of Living
    Compared to the National Average

    13% Below
    Cost of Food
    4% Below
    14% Below
    3% Below

    Provided By EPA; Closer to 100 is better

    Air Quality
    57 / 100
    Water Quality
    80 / 100
    Superfund Sites
    100 / 100
    Physicians per 100k

    Annual Crime

    Violent Crimes
    Property Crimes