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Stonehenge of Utah consists of three locally owned and operated facilities in Orem, Richfield, & American Fork. It is primarily a private room facility with private bathrooms and showers. Each room is spacious with nearly 400 square feet per room. We have a large Dining Room and dining room extension called the Sun Room. This provides room for large activities and LDS Church services held every Sunday at 11:00 AM. The spacious patient room size can accommodate visits from families and friends which are encouraged for the healing process. Each room also has a large window, a private telephone line and a television with 30 popular stations. The facility is beautifully decorated and well maintained. The therapy room is spacious and large, and has the latest technology for its equipment. It also has two large TVs to view as the patients are performing their therapy. Stonehenge of American Fork is a 120 bed facility that has just opened as of September 2012! Please contact us with any questions about our facilities 3 Locations
  • Orem Address: 435 W Center St, Orem UT 84057
  • Richfield Address: 125 East 600 North, Richfield UT 84701
  • American Fork Address: 538 South 500 East, American Fork UT 84003
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Extra Phones

Orem Location : (801) 850-5454

Richfield Location: (435) 896-2000

Phone: (801) 850-5454

Services/Products
We offer the latest, state of the art therapy equipment to help promote healing. We offer many different ways to increase strength and endurance, such as exercise bikes with games you can play while you ride. Our therapy gym is also equipped with several large flat screen TVs so our patients can relax and enjoy their favorite programs while doing their therapy.Some of the rehabilitation programs we focus on to meet your needs are:* Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation for Recovery from Coronary Bypass Surgery and Congestive Heart Failure* Degenerative Joint Disease* Dysphasia Management* Joint Replacement* Neurological Rehabilitation for Conditions Such As Parkinson's Disease* Orthopedic Rehabilitation for Fractures* Stroke Rehabilitation
Amenities
20-99 Beds 24/7 Transportation
Accreditation

Licensed and Insured

Categories
Assisted Living & Elder Care Services, Residential Care Facilities, Rehabilitation Services, Nurses-Home Services, Nursing & Convalescent Homes, Nursing Homes-Skilled Nursing Facility
Other Information

Services: Speech Pathology, Housekeeping, Podiatry, Occupational Therapy, Mental Health, Physician, Clinical Laboratories, Physical Therapy, Dental, Dietary, Nursing Services, Social Work, Pharmacy

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Sondi H.
Edited: 08/28/2017
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My mother went here after a knee replacement. My MIL had stayed here before and it wasn't this bad. They seem horribly understaffed. They would put my mom on the toilet and leave her there for a long time . She was crying in the bathroom, and no one would come. She had to go down the hall in the wheel chair to try and find someone to help her go to the bathroom. She had to get herself off the toilet on multiple occasions. Even with notes up all over her room the CNAs would leave the room and not come back while she was on the toilet. It was taking almost 30 minutes to answer some of the call buttons. What if she had been choking, or had fallen? They couldn't get her pain pills to her on time. They also wouldn't send her pain pills to the new facility. We transfered my mom over to Cascades at Orchard Park and she is having a much better experience. STAY AWAY!!!

Judy F.

09/10/2016

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I recently had a total knee replacement surgery and spent two weeks recuperating at Stonehenge Care Center in American Fork. Their facility is excellent. During the first week, several senior management came in to see me to check up on my care and make sure I was receiving everything I needed. The nurses and CNA's were so caring and attentive...I really felt pampered and watched over. The cleaning crew came in daily to freshen up my bathroom and empty garbage, do my laundry, etc. Physical therapists came to get me daily to workout in their excellent rehab area and within a week, I could immediately see a big difference in my being able to walk. By the time I left, I was ready to go home and manage on my own. For any future major surgery, I will definitely go to Stonehenge in American Fork and highly recommend it to anyone who likewise may need such a service as well as Canyon Home Care and Hospice.

Leslie S.

08/30/2016

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This building has wonderful staff and gives great care to all patients. The reviews above I'm afraid are inaccurate with misconstrued information.

Penny M.

11/03/2015

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So many mistakes , too many to mention, and they have nurses who will lie to the patients, then lie to the staff saying they didn't tell the patient that. After 4 weeks of being there (my stay was suppose to be for 6 weeks) I asked for a transfer. My picc line was put in there and I kept telling them it hurt, all I got answered was "Do you need an anxiety pill, or would you like a movie", come to find out it wasn't even in the vessel and I had to get a new one put in, 3 in total. It was a nightmare from the first day to the last, The politics was unreal, Nurses telling me not to listen to a certain nurse and listen to them because they know more or they are a better nurse when it should be teamwork. I also watched abuse in the physical therapy room , I could go on and on,,,

Chloe K.

10/01/2014

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Who is watching dad?

My father has been there one week and fell

Hitting his head, hard.

No staff the dining room?

All residents with no supervision?

He is there for confusion! Weakness! stroke! Major fall risk....he is scared, combative, not a fun patient I imagine... BUT.... he is important to a lot of people!

Maybe they can just pretend it is one of their loved ones

No satisfaction or reassurance from administration...

Very sad

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