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2821 Woodlawn Avenue Nw
Canton, OH 44708
Canton, OH 44708
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Reviews for Aultman Hospice
Candyce Steigerwald — If I could give Woodlawn 10 stars I would. Every nurse my Mother has had shows kindness while meeting her extensive needs. Krista has been there for us even when my Mom collapsed in the parking lot and we had to go back to the hospital instead of her follow up Dr appointment-she and another nurse ... Read moretended to my Mom like she were their own grandmother. The therapists continue to work hard getting her up when she returned for a second stay in a totally dependent state, using the overhead lift system and getting her in a bedside chair, working to a wheelchair, and then to the parallel bars to get weight through her legs. They meet a person were they are and do whatever it takes to get them on the road to recovery. We are helpful to continue care until my Mom is able to return to her independence but realize these wonderful people need to share their expertise with other deserving patients. I am sure when her care transitions elsewhere we are going to have a major adjustment to our expectations for care. We have used Woodlawn in the past for my Dad's care and they were just as amazing 15 years ago...so glad we were able to get in with my Mom and have another wonderful experience. And if we have the need in the future, Woodlawn will remain our top choice for care. Read less
Reviewed on Google on Nov. 6, 2022, 7:40 a.m.
Kerri — My mom was here for only a few days until she passed but I have to say I was impressed. The nurses were great. I stayed with my mom day and night until she passed and they always checked on me asked if I needed anything or if any of us needed anything. They were polite professional and just amazingly... Read more kind. After my mom passed they even sent my family a pink rose in a vase that was actually hand delivered. That ment a lot it was a really sweet gesture from them. Me and my family have nothing but great things to say about this place.!!!!! Read less
Reviewed on Google on July 24, 2022, 11:02 a.m.
Brandy keller — My 89 yr old father comes to them after breaking a hip and having surgery! They give him medication that caused him to have stroke like symptoms! I say stroke like bc he has a pacer n can't have an mri for definitive proof he has had stroke! And has internal bleeding! For 3 weeks my mother has ... Read morebeen trying to get the name of the medication that he was given! Passing the buck each and everytime! Now I try and call n security hinders me from speaking to anyone bc he is no longer in their care! He won't allow me to harass the nurses! Ironically I am a nurse as well! And I'm here to tell you wether he is currently your patient or not, we have a right to know what medication you have given him! Your direct denial shows me that yall have things to hide! Don't trust these people! They can't tell the truth even if they read it straight from the chart! Not hard to open his chart look back and say ok on this date he was given... DO NOT TRUST FOLKS WHO CANT BE TRUTHFUL We took an oath to do no harm! Y'all are still harming him by not helping the family help him! May God forgive yall because I will not! Read less
Reviewed on Google on June 25, 2022, 9:01 p.m.
Melissa Drescher — This place has been AMAZING with my dad. He had been in a hospital/LTAC since early January. Had ALOT of ups and downs, and sadly, it seemed a lot people in the previous facilities had no hope for my dad, continuously told us he would not get better and that this was as good as it was going to get. ... Read moreTHANK GOD he came to this place. Immediately they started PT overload, got him eating FOOD, not through a tube, got his trach tube out, took care of his stage 3 bed sore, which is in healing stages now, and have just overall been his saving grace. Even when he couldn't handle the extreme PT due to his blood pressure, he was lucky enough to move to the other side of the building that specializes in PT (at your pace) and nursing care. My dad has done a COMPLETE 180 since coming here. I thought i had lost faith in the health care system. And i still kind of have. But Aultman Woodlawn has restored hope that there are places that actually CARE about people, won't GIVE UP on people and want what is best for them and their families and will do everything they can to get the person well and home. All I have to say is THANK YOU, from the bottom of my heart and my family's hearts. You gave us my dad back. Can't tell you how grateful we are. We appreciate all of you there and all that you do. Food is ok lol. But you guys are AMAZING. Thank you again for everything!!!! Read less
Reviewed on Google on May 24, 2022, 11:28 a.m.
Joe Nist — Have not been impressed with the care they have been giving my mother. Three times they have not given her anti-rejection medication to her within 3 hours of when she was supposed to take it. She had a broken ankle surgically repaired at Aultman main. When discharged to Aultman Woodlawn she went 11 ... Read morehours with out any medication to manage her pain. That was the first time they failed to get her anti-rejection medication to her on time also. She can't get to the bathroom on her own and it frequently takes them 20 minutes or longer to answer her call bell. I found less than half the staff friendly or helpful. They are very defensive even when you are asking nicely. It seems that the nursing staff let's the aides get all the call bells. NO ONE is too good to answer a call bell - not nurses, not doctors, not the CEO - all staff should uphold the supposed Aultman mission/core values and take every opportunity to provide care for the patients. I saw 4 call bells going off and 2 nurses sitting at the station with no intention of getting up. Not okay and will end up being a huge liability at some point. The therapy staff have been very good, kind, and advocating for her...therapy and one good nurse named Heather is the only reason she is still there and why this isn't a one star review. Read less
Reviewed on Google on July 6, 2018, 6:14 p.m.