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Casa Rio Healthcare and Rehabilitation

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6211 S New Braunfels Ave, San Antonio, TX 78223

(210) 531-0569

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Today: Open 24 Hours
7
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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General Info
Whether you are interested in our short term Rehab to Home program or in making our facility your home, our commitment is the same. Casa Rio will provide the highest quality nursing and therapy services in a state of the art environment, ensuring that you or your loved one receives second-to-none attention and care. Casa Rio does offer specialized ventilator care, so make sure to visit us when looking for the best in senior care.
Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (210) 531-0495

Services/Products
Clinical Laboratories|Dental|Dietary|Housekeeping|Mental Health|Nursing Services|Occupational Therapy|Pharmacy|Physical Therapy|Physician|Podiatry|Social Work|Speech Pathology|Vocational
Payment method
check, all major credit cards, insurance
Neighborhoods
Hot Wells, East Side, Highland Hills
Accreditation

Profit Nursing Home

Categories
Medical Clinics, Nursing & Convalescent Homes, Rehabilitation Services
Other Information

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

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Ryan V.

12/01/2013

Overall

As of November 28, 2013 there is a breakout of scabies affecting patients, family members as well as the medical staff. This is on the 400 hall where all the ventilators are. The administrator, DON and office people are in no hurry to provide everyone with medication for this, nor have they even bothered to ask who is affected, They are obviously not affected, meanwhile we are suffering with this itching. CNA's are seen wearing used gloves outside the room and going and opening cabinets, and doing other things. They leave the rooms without washing their hands after working with soiled patients. There are times where you can't find one CNA since they are both gone from the floor and appear flustered and in bad moods. Housekeeping for this hall is almost non-existent as the room and bathrooms are pretty nasty.

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