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9250 Humble Westfield Road, HUMBLE, TX


  • Nursing Home
  • Short Term Care

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  • Medicare No
  • Medicaid Yes
  • Veteran's Benefits No
  • Long Term Care Insurance No
  • Subsidy Available No
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User Reviews

10/01/2016  -  An Interested Visitor Writes:

Warning, this place is a disrespectful, uncaring, horror story for a person to experience. Mother's health declined over a matter of days. So much so I had to call 911 myself to have her rushed to the hospital. Once there she was diagnosed with aspiration of her lungs, pneumonia, kidney infection and urI nary infection. The morning of was the first time I ever saw anyone check her blood sugar or blood pressure and did not know she was a diabetic with high blood pressure issues. I can not emphasis enough the horror of this place.

01/01/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

Very clean. A lot of new faces but it seems to be for the best.everyone has been very helpful and courteous

11/02/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

What are the rules for Handicap Parking? There are only two spaces and many times the Nursing Home Bus is parked in one of them. This is a facility of elderly people and has elderly family members coming to visit or look after them who are handicapped themselves. It is hard to believe there are only TWO (2)Handicap Parking places...
Also some of the staff has an attitude....not the way to be on a JOB....

06/21/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

if you have someone in this facility and not happy with the service your love one is getting please no matter how big or small write it down and get the staff to record it on file and make sure you get a copy along with their names of all involve. also you can file a agrievance. lets help each other to better the service our love one deserves. i will get back with more information ------list me helpful

04/10/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

The kitchen don't wash the coffee cups. I wanted some coffee the clean playoff cups were dirty and they wanted to give me a foam cup I'm no better than the people that stay there. They shouldn't have to drink out of dirty cups check behind you staff get a cup and a paper towel I bet the paper towel come back dirty. Don't talk get paid to do betters than that. If you went out to eat and the glass or utensils were dirty you have that send back. You tell me what's going on these are people family members. I hope you all clean up this is not just a job its domineering home.

Response: I agree. this is horrible place. I wouldnt put my worst enemy in this facility. It is a pretty placew but the service and caring is bad. Nurses dont care, there is topo much playing around there and wntirely too much noise in the break room. Nurses and especially head nurses have attitudes. There was one black nurse there who was kind and understanding because her dad was a cancer patient and she was taking care of him. The guy over the cleanup crew was very nice. The food was horrible, cold, late and everything else. They just let other patients come in and out of your room and not stop them. The people who work in physical thereapy area were very very kind people. Please do not put your loved one in this place.

01/16/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

Very pretty building, but soooo many problems. Keep in mind, the only RNs in the building work in administration and do no quality checks on the staff or treat any of the patients. LVNs and CNAs run the show. That would be okay if they were all consistently good, but many were defensive, slow, not very skilled, and too often 'forgetful'.
We often found our mother with food from her feeding tube in her hair or in her bed because they "forgot" to reattach it. You hire staff that might forget once, but not repeatedly.
Because of a stroke, she was not able to swallow. After a few months, the Speech Pathologist thought she had improved and could swallow puree. They did not order a swallow test to confirm and a couple months later, we learn she was silently aspirating and actually had progressed to a severely delayed swallow. So, she should never have been getting food.
She had a new onset cough her last week there, but was only given a couple doses of Robitussin. I am a Physician Assistant and a new cough in a nursing home patient basically requires an xray. When our mother started to look clammy and did not want to get out of bed for 2 days, we had to go to the head of nursing to inquire, who didn't even TOUCH her, but said annoyed, "I'll ask the doc to order one if you want." Thank goodness, because she had Aspiration Pneumonia and needed to go to the hospital.
They don't always use the fancy shower they have. More often than not, the patients are getting bed baths and her last week there, she began to smell SOOO bad because she had not had a REAL bath in a week. She gets her bath and when she's done it's the same time they realize she had pneumonia and we want her sent to the hospital. When we arrive she is nearly sopping wet in her gown from the shower in her bed...they didn't even dry her off and she had pneumonia!!
PT - would lift her up by her shorts which really hurt her. This is not a good way to lift a heavy patient. She had left-sided paralysis from a hemorrhagic stroke and started to get drop foot and a very tight shoulder. They wanted her to be able to stand but did very little range of motion and didn't get a boot on her foot. So, they dropped her from PT because she plateaued when really they made her plateau.
We just felt like if we raised any concerns, our mother payed for it. We felt like the longer she stayed the more she was neglected. I would not recommend this place primarily because MOST of the staff is not as attentive or responsive as you would like for a not so full facility.

12/22/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:

The facilities staff is friendly and very informative. Like other homes, positives and negatives can be found.

10/26/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:

Where are the head nurses on the different shifts. The head nurses are all layer back. Who monitors the staff. I found out that the food time is s like. Patients come to eat at 5pm and the food is not ready or no one is passing the trays out. I have talked to the head nurse on staff or the floor and het interest was somewhere else. So who is in charge. The building is very pretty .but where is the management team. Their should be s nurse station o way floor. When there is break or lunch time there should be releavers. These patient's are elderly and some disabled. Staff leaves to get food . Cook in the kitchen needs to go back to school. Who is doing the skills. Patients sit around nurse station bored. Last week there was a Halloween festival. For the children not to elderly people. Have a n event to the elderly . There home wad not that noted. Staff gets paid go a job well done who here would know that forgive me the day or night supervisor. Right who's monitor who get some new leadership personnel. Get rid of the tour guide. All I remember is ee take her whole check and leave her 60.00 dollars. I wool keep an eye out to see if changes are made. I have family here. My eyes are open wide and I'm logging things down

10/24/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:


09/21/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:

Staff very disrespectfull of residents.

Response: The place is not a good place for the elderly when doors are lock you can only imagine. Where everyone is. It's scary

03/09/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:

The nursing homes industry is a money making industry especially if you set knowledgeable people in key positions the rest are low skill people to turn a profit. Their main focus is the business, facility manucure, employees and lastly the customer. I had my Mom there for over one month and being a large family we were involved with the care. We were able to see some mistreatment of a patient that made us question ?what happens behind lock doors? there is also lots of misinformation that is given which leads me to believe that there are no set procedures and all tend to do what they think in other words don't believe everything they say. One thing they are very good is their billing. Of the whole group there I met a couple of peopl that seemed to have it all together and were very informative. I would gladly grade this location a D-.
Mom seems to be better everyday, she will make it.

Response: What happens behind lock doors is exactly what you are afraid of. I have seen it. Call lights not being answered. residents left wet for long periods of time. and just ignored.


Number of Beds : 31

Deerbrook Skilled Nursing And Rehab Center, located in Humble, Texas provides the following services: Nursing Home and Short Term Care. It accepts the following payment methods: Medicaid. Deerbrook Skilled Nursing And Rehab Center has an average user review rating of 2 stars. Deerbrook Skilled Nursing And Rehab Center has an unrated hospital, Icon Hospital, located nearby, which scored a out of 100 in its most recent Medicare review. The Deerbrook Skilled Nursing And Rehab Center's nearest hospital is 0 miles away. The zipcode (75051) in Texas, where Deerbrook Skilled Nursing And Rehab Center is located, has a below average safety rating based on recent crime statistics. A more detailed description of the types of care for Deerbrook Skilled Nursing And Rehab Center can be found here.

DEERBROOK SKILLED NURSING AND REHAB CENTER is a nursing home. It provides medical nursing service for seniors with serious illnesses or disabilities twenty-four hours a day, delivered by registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and certified nurse aids.

Nursing care facilities cater to several types of patients: some patients require short-term rehab while recovering from surgery; others require long-term nursing and medical supervision. In addition, some nursing homes offer specialized care programs for Alzheimer's or other illnesses, or short-term respite care for frail or disabled persons when a family member requires a rest from providing care in the home. Please note that you can help compare nursing homes by looking at the Medicare ratings of a given facility (Medicare has a 5-star rating system for comparing nursing homes). There are various ways for paying for care in a nursing home. Make sure you know your loved one's Medicare and Medicaid eligibility, and understand how you can use tools like long term care insurance to pay for nursing home care.

Source: SNAPforSeniors, Inc.

Demographic Profile for HUMBLE, TX, 75051


Male Population
Female Population
Median Age
30.6 Years
Average Household Income

Cost Of Living
Compared to the National Average

14% Below
Cost of Food
1% Below
8% Above
3% Above

Provided By EPA; Closer to 100 is better

Air Quality
32.3 / 100
Water Quality
87 / 100
Superfund Sites
10 / 100
Physicians per 100k

Annual Crime

Violent Crimes
Property Crimes