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Business Description
Consulate Health Care is a leading national provider of senior healthcare services, specializing in post-acute care. We offer services ranging from comprehensive short-term rehabilitation and transitional care to Alzheime's and dementia care.
Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (828) 687-9832

Phone: (828) 650-9458

Primary Phone: (828) 676-2177

Phone: (828) 676-2177

Fax: (828) 681-1671

Services/Products
  • Housekeeping
  • Speech Pathology
  • Podiatry
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Skilled Nursing Care
  • Physician
  • Mental Health
  • Clinical Laboratories
  • Physical Therapy
  • Dental
  • Personal Care
  • Dietary
  • Residential Care
  • Assisted Living Care
  • Nursing Home Care
  • Nursing Services
  • Long-Term Care
  • Social Work
  • Intermediate Care
  • Pharmacy
  • Extended Care
Brands
Rehabilitation Center Assisted Living Facility Nursing Home Retirement Community Retirement Home Senior Citezen Center Medical Center
Languages
English, French, Russian, Spanish
Accreditation

Nonprofit Nursing Home

AKA

Oaks at Sweeten Creek, The

Categories
Nursing & Convalescent Homes, Assisted Living & Elder Care Services, Nurses-Home Services, Physical Therapists, Rehabilitation Services, Retirement Communities, Nursing Homes-Skilled Nursing Facility, Physical Therapy Clinics, Residential Care Facilities, Medical Clinics, Adult Day Care Centers, Assisted Living Facilities

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07/15/2016

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I feel sorry for these patients. I was there visiting and saw several CNAs arguing right up front. It was so loud and the patients looked scared. If this is how they speak to each other I can only imagine how they treat their patients. It smells really bad. I even saw them making a bed that was dirty. Eww I tried to tell someone but I stood at nurses station with 5 workers up there and never got asked if I needed something.

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