The Terraces Of Phoenix

7550 North 16th Street, Phoenix, Arizona, United States - 85020

Last Updated: May 23, 2019

5/5 Overall Rating according to

Medicare and Medicaid

The Terraces Of Phoenix is a nursing home facility located in Phoenix, AZ that accepts patients from Medicare and Medicaid. Its current rating is 5/5 while 3.54/5 is the state average for this kind of facility. This nursing home has Corporation ownership with 64 beds approved for Medicare and Medicaid, of this beds 44.8 are currently occupied.

Overall Medicaid & Medicare Rating Information For The Terraces Of Phoenix

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Overall Rating

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Rating is 5/5

Health Rating

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

Rating is 4/5

Quality Rating

The Terraces Of Phoenix's quality rating is based on data assesed from clinical measurements.

Rating is 5/5

Staff Rating

The Terraces Of PhoenixCenter’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 5/5

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Facility Information For The Terraces Of Phoenix

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Nursing Home Information

  • Medicare and Medicaid
  • Located In Hospital
  • On Medicaid Since 1/1/67
  • Continuing Care Retirement Community
  • Changed Ownership In Last 2 Years

Safety & Health Information

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

Staff Information

  • 0.38 staff hours per resident per day
  • 4.58 nurse hours per resident per day

Other Information

  • 0.38 staff hours per resident per day
  • 4.58 nurse hours per resident per day

Compare The Terraces Of Phoenix to Nearby Facilities

The Terraces Of Phoenix is ranked 31 out of total 86 Nursing Homes Facilities in the city of Phoenix, 35 out of 100 facilities within 100 mile radius and 54 out of 147 facilities within the state of Arizona.

Phoenix Nursing Home Facilities
31st out of 86 facilities
Top 64% of 86 nursing home facilities in Phoenix
Nursing Home Facilities within 100 miles of The Terraces Of Phoenix
35th out of 100 facilities
Top 65% of 100 nursing home facilities within 100 miles
Arizona Nursing Home Facilities
54th out of 147 facilities
Top 63% of 147 nursing home facilities in Arizona

SeniorServiceDirectory Reviews for The Terraces Of Phoenix

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Disappointed on 19 Dec 2023 :
READ BEFORE COMMITTING TO THIS ORGANIZATION: We have just been through an awful process with The Terraces. We have been trying to transfer my parents within Human Good from one facility to the Terraces. We were doing so because my brother suddenly and unexpectedly passed away and we needed to get my parents close to me so I could take care of them. We chose to stay within Human Good because my parents paid an obscene amount of money to get what they were told was guaranteed access to a benevolence fund should they run out of money. We've since learned that benevolence is not guaranteed and that my parents were grossly taken advantage of. To still try to have some hope of maintaining access to benevolence we chose to stay in the Human Good system (of note, my parents have plenty of money but wanted to make sure that their huge non-refundable investment would still make benevolence available). Never and nowhere were we informed that benevolence was not transferrable across campuses. The sales person we worked with, Gina Baerg, was dishonest to us every step of the way. She gave false hope and made statements throughout the process that were completely inaccurate. We on the other hand were 100% forthright and accurate. Yet, Gina ended up going back on her word. In addition to the benevolence issue we needed to make sure that my dad could receive his insulin shots in the facility. I can't even imaging that an Assisted Living facility would not have this capability. I was completely accurate in describing my father's needs and Gina expressed that they would be able to figure it out. Yet, today, after I wasted a day going there and visiting the facilities, and after I got my parents' hopes up, I get a call saying my parents don't qualify because the Terraces doesn't have anyone to give my dad his insulin shots in Assisted Living. What???? Makes no sense at all. Is it even legal to not be able to administer insulin in an Assisted Living facility at night? The Terraces apparently has no nurse on staff at night in Assisted Living. This is very concerning. My guess this is more of a financial grab. At any rate, the worst part of all of this is that Gina gave us hope every step of the way, saying things like, "we'll find a way to make it work" when in the end they did not. My folks lost their son this year and for the first time I saw joy in them because they would be close to us and their grandchild. Now I have to break their hearts again. Shame on this organization and shame on Gina in particular for being dishonest. I fully expect Gina to respond with a new wave of lies just as she has done in the last two days. Even yesterday she kept completely changing her story. Don't give your hard earned cash for promises this organization makes but does not follow through on. It should be illegal.

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