Westbury Medical Care And Rehab

922 Mcdonough Road, Jackson, Georgia, United States - 30233

Last Updated: May 23, 2019

1/5 Overall Rating according to MediCare.gov

Medicare and Medicaid

Westbury Medical Care And Rehab is a nursing home facility located in Jackson, GA that accepts patients from Medicare and Medicaid. Its current rating is 1/5 while 3.01/5 is the state average for this kind of facility. This nursing home has Corporation ownership with 196 beds approved for Medicare and Medicaid, of this beds 190 are currently occupied.

Overall Medicaid & Medicare Rating Information For Westbury Medical Care And Rehab

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

Overall Rating

The overall rating for Westbury Medical Care And Rehab takes into account various factors including health ratings, fines, staffing, quality and penalty information.

Rating is 1/5

Health Rating

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

Rating is 2/5

Quality Rating

Westbury Medical Care And Rehab's quality rating is based on data assesed from clinical measurements.

Rating is 4/5

Staff Rating

Westbury Medical Care And RehabCenter’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 1/5

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Facility Information For Westbury Medical Care And Rehab

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Nursing Home Information

  • Medicare and Medicaid
  • Located In Hospital
  • On Medicaid Since 4/1/94
  • 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

  • 0.34 staff hours per resident per day
  • 3.1 nurse hours per resident per day

Other Information

  • 0.34 staff hours per resident per day
  • 3.1 nurse hours per resident per day

Compare Westbury Medical Care And Rehab to Nearby Facilities

Westbury Medical Care And Rehab is ranked 78 out of total 99 Nursing Homes Facilities in the city of Jackson, 203 out of 240 facilities within 100 mile radius and 313 out of 359 facilities within the state of Georgia.

Jackson Nursing Home Facilities
78th out of 99 facilities
Top 21% of 99 nursing home facilities in Jackson
Nursing Home Facilities within 100 miles of Westbury Medical Care And Rehab
203th out of 240 facilities
Top 15% of 240 nursing home facilities within 100 miles
Georgia Nursing Home Facilities
313th out of 359 facilities
Top 13% of 359 nursing home facilities in Georgia

SeniorServiceDirectory Reviews for Westbury Medical Care And Rehab

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David Nash on 01 Oct 2021 :
WARNING: DO NOT PUT YOUR LOVED ONES IN THIS FACILITY! WESTBURY CENTER OF JACKSON NURSING HOME IS A HORRIBLE PLACE My mother has severe COPD and emphysema and was initially moved from her home to hospice care. Once she started to recover I had to have her moved from hospice care to a nursing home to continue her recovery. This facility was one of the ones recommended by her hospice care facility. Let’s be clear here, until you are put into a situation having to make decisions for a loved based on their long term care, you have no idea what these places can be like. Reviews are all over the place for these types of facilities and unless you have an extraordinary amount of money for a top notch facility and the ability to travel all over the place to look at them you are stuck with what you can afford and have limited time to look at. When I first walked into the facility I was confronted by two old shrews who act like they are gatekeepers to a top secret facility. They were not very pleasant to deal with. This should have been my first clue. Then as I was escorted to the admissions office you pass by patients who are just left to roam around on their own and left in wheelchairs in the hallways. Once again if you have never been into one of these facilities it can be a real eye opener as to the state of health care in this country. And now for the meat of my complaint on my mother’s care. After the first night she was there I called her to tell her I would be arriving the next day (I live out of state from her) to sign paperwork and pay for her first moths stay. She was in quarantine for a week and would then be moved to a semiprivate room. The social worker at the facility said as my mother seemed to be a social person she had a nice lady for her to room with. I called my mother the day after she was moved and she was very upset. I could hear moaning in the background and she said that the other lady in the room had been doing this all day and all night. She hadn’t gotten any sleep. I told her I would call the social worker and when I did she said that she knew about it and was moving my mother to a new room. She said that she should have not been put into that room to begin with. Another red flag. And now the worst part of this story. After she was moved again I visited her and met her new roommate and she seemed very nice and my mother seemed better. Less than a week later my mother called me to tell me that at about 1:00am her roommate complained about stomach pain and shortness of breath. Her nurse asked if she had had a bowel movement and when the lady said she couldn’t breathe the nurse said that she was talking so she could breathe fine. The nurse left and about an hour later the woman passed away by herself. When the nurse and another med tech came back and found her the nurse commented “well that was fast”. My mother, with only a plastic curtain separating the beds heard all of this. They then left the woman in the bed and in the room with my mother the rest of the night until she was removed the next morning. Needless to say after finding this out I started looking for another facility to move her to. I have worked in FIRE/EMS for 35 years and know that there are patient protocols for everything. The nighttime supervisor and nurse should have been immediately fired for gross negligence, but that didn’t happen. They did a patient survey and that was it. The only positive thing I can say is that my mother did like some her nurses but this facility is still woefully under staffed. All I can say is if you care for whatever family member you are responsible for, avoid this place like your loved ones life depended on it. Because it does.

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