Eastgate Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

198 Waterman Avenue, East Providence, Rhode Island, United States - 2914

Last Updated: May 23, 2019

5/5 Overall Rating according to MediCare.gov

Medicare and Medicaid

Eastgate Nursing & Rehabilitation Center is a nursing home facility located in East Providence, RI that accepts patients from Medicare and Medicaid. Its current rating is 5/5 while 3.75/5 is the state average for this kind of facility. This nursing home has Corporation ownership with 68 beds approved for Medicare and Medicaid, of this beds 61.1 are currently occupied.

Overall Medicaid & Medicare Rating Information For Eastgate Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

The data below is based on information provided from online reviews and information released by Medicare.

Overall Rating

The overall rating for Eastgate Nursing & Rehabilitation Center takes into account various factors including health ratings, fines, staffing, quality and penalty information.

Rating is 5/5

Health Rating

This rating is based on a weighted average of recent health audits.

Rating is 3/5

Quality Rating

Eastgate Nursing & Rehabilitation Center's quality rating is based on data assesed from clinical measurements.

Rating is 5/5

Staff Rating

Eastgate Nursing & Rehabilitation CenterCenter’s staff rating is formed by different measures of staffing such as how much time nurses and health experts spend on each of the patient in the facility.

Rating is 4/5

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Facility Information For Eastgate Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

Below you find the most important statistics for Eastgate Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in East Providence. For more information you can also visit the MediCare.gov website.

Nursing Home Information

  • Medicare and Medicaid
  • Located In Hospital
  • On Medicaid Since 9/2/88
  • Continuing Care Retirement Community
  • Changed Ownership In Last 2 Years

Safety & Health Information

  • Has Sprinkler System
  • 0 Substantiated Complaint
  • $0 Total Fines
  • 0 Facility Incidents

Staff Information

  • 0.31 staff hours per resident per day
  • 3.83 nurse hours per resident per day

Other Information

  • 0.31 staff hours per resident per day
  • 3.83 nurse hours per resident per day

Compare Eastgate Nursing & Rehabilitation Center to Nearby Facilities

Eastgate Nursing & Rehabilitation Center is ranked 6 out of total 356 Nursing Homes Facilities in the city of East Providence, 7 out of 705 facilities within 100 mile radius and 6 out of 83 facilities within the state of Rhode Island.

East Providence Nursing Home Facilities
6th out of 356 facilities
Top 98% of 356 nursing home facilities in East Providence
Nursing Home Facilities within 100 miles of Eastgate Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
7th out of 705 facilities
Top 99% of 705 nursing home facilities within 100 miles
Rhode Island Nursing Home Facilities
6th out of 83 facilities
Top 93% of 83 nursing home facilities in Rhode Island

SeniorServiceDirectory Reviews for Eastgate Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

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Jim MacLean on 13 Aug 2020 :
Not very much after what they did. My Mom was there. It's hard to know how they treated her once the Covid19 regulations restricted any family visits. She was finally transferred due to being a flight risk. The new place is much better so far as it turns out. However, my Mother In Law was there. She passed due to Coronavirus. Earlier, the staff was not even testing themselves until I called the DOH after finding this out. Unfortunately it was too late. My Mom got it too but miraculously survived it. The worst and most inexcusable thing Eastgate did was not to honor a small wish by my wife after her Mom died there. She asked the Social Worker to have the Director of Nurses call and let her know what her Mom's last few days were like, because she died alone. "Oh yes, she'll call you. She's calling you" No call. They lied, and couldn't even have the common decency to honor such a small wish that meant a great deal to the daughter of the patient that died at their facility. Absolutely despicable and unforgivable.

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