San Miguel Villa
1050 San Miguel Rd, Concord, CA 94518
Phone: (925) 676-1649
Fax: (925) 676-1649
Profit Nursing Home
Parking: Lot, Free
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Services: Housekeeping, Speech Pathology, Podiatry, Occupational Therapy, Skilled Nursing Care, Physician, Mental Health, Clinical Laboratories, Physical Therapy, Dental, Dietary, Assisted Living Care, Nursing Services, Long-Term Care, Social Work, Activities, Vocational, Pharmacy, Extended Care
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My mother was recently admitted as a short term patient for rehabilitation after a brief stay at a local hospital. I took a tour of the facility before my mother was admitted there and I was shown the facility. It is an older facility and I did see other facilities that looked better, however I was impressed with all of the staff that I met. The staff was very friendly, the therapy dept. worked with my mom at her pace. She returned home in three weeks, and was much stronger and is doing well. Thanks San Miguel!
08/30/2011Provided by Citysearch -
If you love your family member never put them in san miguel villa. My bother was given some strong meds, left in his wheel chair alone in his room, fell out the chair & left on the floor, the staff was unble to tell us for how long he was on the floor, then on 8/26/11 a RN or LVN (no one was sure what this person title is), OD my brother, trying to get information on how this could happen is like getting blood from a rock. Now that this has happened, the staff from Edith (Social Services) her daughter Tracey (executive administrator) velda pierce, and Ms. washington, are all unwilling to answer our questions, pierce 's only concern is why we are keeping my brother there, they have big titles & but are useless. remember one day you may be in living in a hell hole like san miguel , with the same type of staff you are, rude, & unwilling to help
07/28/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I am well and better and now I will start to post my photos and my info about this facility, there will be no lies and no coverups pertaining to this facility ps stay tuned starting August 1st on Elder Abuse in California nursing facilities and I have some wild stories and photos and video to match. AUGUST 1ST 2011
Having first hand account of San Miguel Villa, I can honestly say, the place is nothing less than corrupt. The facility has a "secured unit" for dementia patients and some patients who were discharged from the hospital with an altered mental status, but not dementia are also thrown back there and locked in. And the government (medicaid) is billed 7k a month to house them. Not to mention, they make the environment on this unit stressful and do not engage the patients in activities, so they often end up becoming combative with each other. The fact that the facility is constantly changing the medications these patients receive and plan of care does not help and if anything, facilitates a hostile environment. In fact, I think it is done intentionally to save money despite the risk to the patients.
And the owner presents herself as a Christian (Morman) and prays with her staff everyday. Well, if both she and her staff are the angels of mercy then I want to go straight to hell !!
Do not place your loved ones here, it is a death trap!!
05/16/2011Provided by Citysearch -
If you love or even care for the person in question you would nott send them here. I have no idea why it has not been shut down. If your looking for a job that will allow you to hook up with co workers well this is the place for you. Thats the specialty of this care home. I dont know if anyone was aware last year a resident just got up a walked out of the hospital and was found dead the next day. This is not the first time this has happened its just the first time it resulted in a death. Tell me you have nurses receptionist ward clerks alarms housekeeping janitorial and none is even paying heed to these patients leaving. And if patents complain they about things they see or in some cases noises they hear the next day you more than likely will find bruses on those individuals.
I've been visiting patients at Sam Miguel for 7 or 8 years and if you come often and get to know the staff your family member will do well. It is a very hard job and there is a lot of turnover I think mostly because of the chronic staff shortage. On the plus side San Miguel accepts medicare patients without hesitation while other facilities put you on a "waiting list" but you never hear from them again.