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The Wesleyan Skilled Nursing And Rehabilitation
4011 Williams Dr, Georgetown, TX 78628
Based on 15 reviews
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Services and Housing OptionsIndependent Living, Memory Care, Nursing Home, Skilled Nursing
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The Wesleyan Skilled Nursing And Rehabilitation DescriptionThe Wesleyan was born from a community effort between The Methodist Church, The Williamson County Sun, the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and concerned citizens to be the first in the city to provide for its aging population. The first resident moved into The Wesleyan Retirement Home on September 10, 1962, fulfilling the vision that had been set for the home. The Wesleyan has always been at the forefront of aging and health services in Georgetown, promoting a philosophy of well-being and championing a new bountiful experience of aging full of purpose, passion, and possibility.
Memory CareA community that is welcoming to residents and teammates alike can make even the most challenging aspects of life feel like a blessing. There's always potential for abundance when we come together and support one another. We take the time to get to know you and your family so that we can understand what is most important to you in your daily life. Do you like being busy or do you prefer having more free time? What are your favorite dishes and when do you like to eat them?
Skilled NursingThe Wesleyan's nursing philosophy is focused on helping residents become as independent and resilient as possible, in addition to recovering from any health challenges they may have. We offer a variety of services and amenities to help you recover and live abundantly. We strive to provide the best care possible for our patients, from comfortable courtyards and delicious meals to supportive spiritual guidance and life-enriching activities.
DiningIf you're looking for a delicious and healthy meal, our chef-prepared food is perfect. Our dining rooms can accommodate both large and intimate group gatherings or events. Fitness classes and facilities are a great way to stay strong, flexible and active. If you're looking to relax, there's no better place than a walking trail or peaceful garden. Whether you need a break from your hectic life or just want to enjoy some time outdoors, these tranquil environments are perfect for unwinding and recharging.
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Skilled Nursing Services and AmenitiesThe Wesleyan Skilled Nursing And Rehabilitation provides skilled nursing services and amenities to meet the needs of its residents. Three chef-prepared meals are available daily, along with daily life enrichment activities. A master-level dietician is on staff to provide diabetic care and specialized wound care. In-house Board Certified Internal Medicine Physicians and Nurse Practioners provide IV/Antibiotic therapy, while transportation to medical appointments is available. Transition guidance within The Wesleyan Continuum of Care is also provided.
activities and fitness programs
personalized care plan
daily life enrichment activities
life enrichment programs
provides bereavement services
daily bed making
weekly laundry and linen service
dry cleaning pick-up and delivery
individualized service plans
housekeeping and laundry services
emergency call system
Information from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid ServicesThis nursing community has been given an overall rating of 5 out of 5 stars by The Center for Medicare and Medicaid receiving 5 stars on its health inspection, 5 stars on its quality measures rating, and 3 stars on its staffing rating. Within the quality measure rating, each facility is given a short-stay rating and a long-stay rating. This facility received a 4-star short-stay rating and a 5-star long-stay rating. This nursing home is certified by Medicare and Medicaid and was first approved to provide Medicare and Medicaid services on 04/26/11 and is run by a non profit organization. It is a large-sized nursing community with 142 nursing beds. Currently, there are 95 residents within the nursing community. Be advised these resident occupancy numbers are not always up to date and are collected from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services website periodically.
Alerts from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid ServicesThis facility has been given 2 fines by The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for a total of $1,637.85.
Overall RatingsThe Wesleyan Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation is a top-rated nursing home, boasting a 5-star overall rating, the highest achievable score. This places the nursing home in the elite top 10% of facilities nationwide in terms of its impressive overall rating, significantly outshining the state average. In addition, its impeccable health inspection rating of 5 stars demonstrates remarkable standards of care, situating it again in the top 10% of facilities in this regard, and noticeably surpassing the state average. Furthermore, it upholds a 5-star quality rating, illustrating a superior level of service. This places The Wesleyan in the advantageously top 20% of facilities for quality, yet again exceeding the state average.
Staff RatingsThe Wesleyan Skilled Nursing And Rehabilitation ranks highly in the realm of nursing homes, as it sits comfortably in the top 10% of facilities based on its nursing aid staffing hours per resident per day, having an impressive 3.01 hours, noticeably greater than the state's average of 1.92 hours. Moreover, it clinches a place in the top 40% of facilities when considering LPN staffing hours per resident per day, with an average of 1.02 hours, marginally below the state average of 1.03 hours. Nevertheless, the home falls into the bottom 40% of facilities when it comes to RN staffing hours, offering 0.45 hours per resident per day, yet this figure is higher than the state's standard of 0.37 hours. In regards to licensed staffing hours, the nursing home outperforms half of the other facilities, showcasing 1.47 hours per resident per day as opposed to the state average of 1.4 hours. Although physical therapist staffing hours per resident per day fall short at 0.06 hours, compared to the state's 0.07 hours, The Wesleyan Skilled Nursing And Rehabilitation still places in the top half of facilities for this criterion.
Covid DataThe Wesleyan Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation nursing home is exemplary in its commitment to keeping its residents well-protected through consistent vaccinations, placing it in the top 10% of facilities in that metric. With a remarkable rate of 95%, it towers over the state average vaccination rate of 50.1% for residents, demonstrating an unwavering dedication to the health of the elderly in their care. However, when it comes to ensuring the staff is vaccinated, the facility falls short. It sits in the lower half of all nursing homes with a staff vaccination rate of just 15.7%, a disappointing figure that is below the average state staff vaccination rate of 20.9%. Consequently, although The Wesleyan Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation excels in safeguarding its residents, it needs to improve its efforts in staff vaccinations.
Quality MeasuresThe Wesleyan Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation has made its mark as a premium nursing home, boasting a 5-star quality measure rating, the highest achievable status. Residing within the top 30% of facilities for percent of residents whose ability to move independently has worsened, this nursing home proudly showcases a rate of 8.1%, significantly less than the state's rate of 13.2%. In terms of flu vaccination, The Wesleyan excels, with 98.43% of its residents vaccinated, surpassing the state's percentage of 96.34% and situating the home in the upper half of facilities for this category. Moreover, this nursing home continues to stay within the top 30% bracket for the least percentage of residents whose independence has diminished, maintaining the same rate of 8.1%. Its sensible and judicious use of medications like antianxiety or hypnotic drugs is also noteworthy. It stands in the top 30% of facilities, with only 12.3% of its residents needing these medications, a number that shrinks in comparison to the state's overwhelming rate of 22.06%.
Emergency and Hospitalization Quality MeasuresThe Wesleyan Skilled Nursing And Rehabilitation exhibits noteworthy performance metrics across several key areas. Ranking in the top 40% regionally in terms of hospitalizations per 1000 days, the facility has a rate of 1.4, impressively lower than the state's average of 1.98. Their spot in the bottom half of facilities for outpatient emergency department visits per 1000 days, with a rate of 1.09, also falls below the state's average figure of 1.24. Furthermore, The Wesleyan Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation stands in the top half regionally in terms of short-stay residents who had outpatient emergency department visits, exhibiting a percentage of 10.57, once again, lower than the state's 12.61. Notably, they also find themselves in the top 30% of facilities for the percentage of short-stay residents rehospitalized after a nursing home admission, with a rate of 18.9, significantly less than the state's 24.31. These numbers demonstrate that The Wesleyan Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation is proactive in delivering optimal patient care within their premise.
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I have had the displeasure of dealing with Cory..... Hawkins, I believe is his last name. He is the admin. A very impersonal man. I fear he is a black cloud on a facility that prides themselves on showing compassion. A person such as Cory Hawkins can only reign a disharmony among his staff which can only reflect on the residents in a negative way. I personally would never send my loved one anywhere around this person.
Neighbors father is a resident in their memory care unit. He has had numerous untreated infections including open sores/pressure sores. And UTI’s. They also won’t allow him to have a call button at bedside since he wears overnight diapers they think he does not have the need/right to get up at night. They won’t give him a call button lanyard because he is in the wrong section of the building. His room phone goes dead all the time because staff leaves it off the hook to keep it from ringing. They no longer have activities person instead just park everyone in front of a large screen tv. I don’t understand why the state. Allows this except I have heard other places are worse.
My mother was a resident at Estrella Oaks for 15 months. In that entire time she was taken excellent care of. The entire staff from Admissions, kitchen, housekeeping, nurses, aides, custodial and activities. Everyone always showed my mother compassion and courtesy while she was there. Thank you to everyone in the 300 and 400 hall. You guys are awesome !
I was a patient for rehab work after hip replacement surgery. I cannot say enough about the high quality of care provided by nurses. Rose Marie K. is memorable as is Aaron. Mentioning these two is not meant to minimize the other nurses;it simply means that I cannot remember their names. However, Rose Marie and Aaron will always be memorable.
DO NOT SEND YOUR RELATIVES TO THIS PLACE. STAY FAR AWAY! Nothing positive stated in a review could come close to the truth of matters as I was there almost every day. Where do I start. Nurse practitioners are worthless and want to keep patients drugged so that patients are no bother to the CNAs who are understaffed. They are unconcerned if a patient is experiencing a long list of side effects from medications. Most of the CNAs are not prompt about changing briefs; CNAs do not empty the catheter bags well before the halfway mark causing the patient to have continual urinary tract infections; and nursing staff there do not have a clue that bladder training needs to be performed after a catheter is removed - therefore, my loved one almost died due to this and a severe case of a urinary tract infection - had I not insisted on the patient being taken to the emergency room. No matter what health condition (diabetic, high blood pressure, etc) your loved one has, they serve the same food to everyone. They are served foods high in starch and high in sugar. They are served dessert every day, canned fruit, extremely sweet juices, and they had even been served 1/4 cup of sugar with their small bowl of oatmeal every day - apart from giving the patient a protein drink ladened with sugar. When speaking to the Dietician, Nurse Practitioners, Nursing Director, Assistant Nursing Director, and Office Administrator -- it was all a complete waste of time since they are not concerned about addressing the issues. They display a complete lack of interest and I witnessed that they work to finish the patient off instead of helping them to improve in their health. Their aim is to keep as many patients laid up in bed, the rooms are cold due to the air conditioning turned up, and they are left without any lights on and blinds closed. If patients come in sedated due to being given drugs in the hospital, the nurse practitioners do nothing to remove/adjust medications so that the patient can be in a position to succeed with physical therapy. PT department is a joke. They are not interested in truly rehabilitating the patient. One young man of the PT dept which I saw with my own eyes was making fun of a patient with facial expressions and gestures as to their inability to walk and hold himself up on his own. Oh, and the Social Workers (past/present) are worthless and drag their feet if you want to bring your loved one home. They give a condescending attitude, very incompetent, and make it hard for you to take your loved one home. Had I not stepped in to advocate for my loved one, they would’ve died there at Estrella in either of two instances.Is this a humane way of treating older ones who are supposedly in their golden years?If you don't want your loved one to die, I strongly suggest not taking them to Estrella Oaks. And regardless of the facility it is important to be there for your loved one day and night ... advocating for them.
Estrella9/13/18ReviewMy husband entered Estrella with the results of an Ischemic stroke. His speech was only noice, no words legible. His right leg needed extended bracing to stand and his right arm had little feeling.The therapist worked daily, each in their own speciality to revive and awaken the neuropathways connecting his body and brain so badly impaired.Before the stroke he was a highly motivated athlete, running, biking, swimming in races for many years, many events for many medals before this shocking stroke. Now he was so motivated to learn from the therapist and together, professional and patient formed extremely successful strategies. It is my privilege to share with anyone reviewing Estrella for this very important and difficult decision that this center is beyond exceptional.The hallways are filled with kind, concerned and caring staff. Smiles and laughter greets residents as they move about the clean and cheerful establishment. Visitors are welcome 24-7.When life becomes very difficult it takes well trained healing teams to keep hope alive. Estrella has those people and that success. My husband is living proof. Look no further. Ann kennedy
we are on our second family member that has stayed with the great Estrella Oaks staff for rehab. No complaints but suggest visiting the facility before hand to form your own opinion instead of determining through reviews. Every patient and family has different expectations and needs that must be met.
The reviews of others before me must have been made by administration family members. I live in Georgetown and have had a family member in Estrella Oaks. I have also had numerous conversations with other individuals who either stayed at Estrella or whose loved one had the poor fortune to do so. The one star review I have given was only to have the opportunity to leave this review. In summary, you should run the other direction for both yourself and your loved one. It looks nice from the street but don't be fooled. Two words: Medicare fraud, and that is not only the opinion of this reviewer.
Health and Fire Safety Deficiencies
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid report report health and fire safety deficiencies. Some of these deficiencies are more severe than others. The following table shows different levels of severity.
|Severity of Deficiency||Isolated||Pattern||Widespread|
|Immediate jeopardy to resident health or safety||J||K||L|
|Actual harm that is not immediate jeopardy||G||H||I|
|No actual harm with potential for more than minimal harm that is not immediate jeopardy||D||E||F|
|No actual harm with potential for minimal harm||A||B||C|
Fire Safety Deficiencies
|Survey Date||Correction Date||Letter||Category||Description|
|2021-11-19||2021-11-24||E||Smoke Deficiencies||Install smoke barrier doors that can resist smoke for at least 20 minutes.|
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