Seattle Medical Post Acute Care

Hours

Friday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed
Monday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Chamber Rating

4.2 - (30 reviews)
22
2
1
1
4
Read Our 30 Reviews

Chamber Rating

4.2 - (30 reviews)
22
2
1
1
4
  • TERESA JIMENEZ

    I went in 2017 after my coma for recovery. 2 yrs of recovery. They fought hard for me, I fought back.they have a good team of occupational and physical therapist. Now as far as the CNA go, most r amazing. ALICE ON THE 2ND FLOOR IS THEE BEST.there were a few that don't need to b there.they r always working Double shifts for multiple days at a time getting burnout. I had a few that yelled at me good thing I was getting out of there. Now I'm doing very well .and thx to the PT and OT staff.
    Mar 28th, 2024

  • Susie Christman

    The respiratory department is professional and compassionate!
    Oct 3rd, 2023

  • Charles 'Tony' Watt

    Really impressed with the team and clinical expertise at this center! Great Job!
    Sep 8th, 2023

  • 3lttlephoenixs (phoenix74)

    FINAL UPDATE: My loved one never recovered from the multiple infections and wounds caused by this care center and she never left the hospital after being rescued from this terrible place! She died on January 12th, after more suffering than I can possibly describe here. The hospital did everything humanly and medically possible, but too much damage had already been done. Her children, grandchild, and all of us loved ones are devastated. She was not even middle age and was on the road to recovery when she arrived here. I later spoke to many hospital staff, who said that she wasnt the first person to come to them in a similar condition. In fact, I heard about several others, and not all of them made it out of the hospital after being rescued either. Yes, this facility has been reported and steps are being taken. That said, the care system is severely broken and not only does this place need shut down, but the policies that allow this to happen over and over need to change. We will be going very public with this. PLEASE dont bring your loved ones here, and do your research about any facility you are considering! UPDATE: My loved one is fighting for her life because of what this nightmare place did to her!! NEVER bring a vulnerable loved one here! As another reviewer said, its like something from a horror movie! Abuse, neglect, and complacency is what you will find here! This for profit dump has no human empathy to be found and good luck trying to get anywhere with the social worker. They have been reported by the family of a patient victim for abuse and medical neglect. I pray they get shut down and that every staff person who is responsible gets arrested! I saw one of my relatives in a place like this in Seattle in the 1970s and its sickening that 4 decades later nothing has changed! Vulnerable patients are still treated as dollar signs instead of human beings. I know the standards at these types of facilities are rarely ideal, but this place ranks at the bottom by any standards!
    Jan 16th, 2024

  • Jabir Patel

    DO NOT ADMIT YOUR LIVED ONE HERE. PLEASE READ VERY CAREFULLY. my uncle has been hospitalized for about 14 months now. He was at Harborview first than was sent per recommendation to Kindred. This place was horrible and they almost killed my uncle there. So I filed many complaints against them and removed my uncle out of Kindred. Than Harborview told us that the best place is Seattle Post Accute Care. These guys showed for the first few weeks that they really care. Nurses comming in the room quite frequently. Doctors would stop by and check on my uncle. I spoke to one of the staff there and she secretly told me that make sure you keep on them about his health and goals otherwise they will not care much for him as time goes on. I took this at heart and made sure someone was bed side everyday. For few weeks things were very re assuring and than the colors started to fade away. My unlces stopped reciving basic care like arm movements, breathing trials to train his lungs as he can't breathe on his own. Than the Insurance stopped paying for his care but since Medicare was in place it was OK. The staff said that we can appeal but they told me not to appeal. Took the advice as they said that we will continue to care for him. They lied, and now my uncles care has been thined out soo much, his elbows are stiff sue to lack of physical therapy and he is not getting any therapy period. Today I got a call from the nurse practitioner Josh, who told me that I was correct that they stopped the therapy because Insurance stopped paying for it. These guys are like any other hospitals or post accurate scam centers. They show that they care but they are in business. Thr moment they realize that the bag is empty, please start to train your self in believing that your loved one isn't comming home. Advice, send them here if you really hate your lived one and want to to be away and eventually die. This would be ideal place just like Kindred. But, DO NOT SEND THEM HERE IF THAT IS NOT THE CASE. MAY GOD BE WITH ALL OF US IN NEED AND MAY GOD PROTECT US FROM SCAMS LIKE THIS. I AM HELP LESS RIGHT NOW. I HOPE YOU READ THIS AND UNDERSTAND MY CONCERNS. I HOPE YOUR LOVED ONE COMES HOME BUT MINE PROBABLY WILL NOT BECAUSE THEY STOPPED CARING FOR HIM BECAUSE THEY SEE MONEY NOT A HUMAN LAYIMG MOTIONLESS IN BED FOR 14 MONTHS. THERE IS NO ETHICS.
    Dec 11th, 2023

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About
Seattle Medical Post Acute Care

Seattle Medical Post Acute Care is located at 555 16th Ave in Seattle, Washington 98122. Seattle Medical Post Acute Care can be contacted via phone at 206-324-8200 for pricing, hours and directions.

Contact Info

  •   206-324-8200

Questions & Answers

Q What is the phone number for Seattle Medical Post Acute Care?

A The phone number for Seattle Medical Post Acute Care is: 206-324-8200.


Q Where is Seattle Medical Post Acute Care located?

A Seattle Medical Post Acute Care is located at 555 16th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122


Q What is the internet address for Seattle Medical Post Acute Care?

A The website (URL) for Seattle Medical Post Acute Care is: https://www.seattlemedicalpostacute.com/


Q What days are Seattle Medical Post Acute Care open?

A Seattle Medical Post Acute Care is open:
Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


Q How is Seattle Medical Post Acute Care rated?

A Seattle Medical Post Acute Care has a 4.2 Star Rating from 30 reviewers.

Hours

Friday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed
Monday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ratings and Reviews
Seattle Medical Post Acute Care

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Overall Rating
( 30 Reviews )
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TERESA JIMENEZ on Google

image I went in 2017 after my coma for recovery. 2 yrs of recovery. They fought hard for me, I fought back.they have a good team of occupational and physical therapist. Now as far as the CNA go, most r amazing. ALICE ON THE 2ND FLOOR IS THEE BEST.there were a few that don't need to b there.they r always working Double shifts for multiple days at a time getting burnout. I had a few that yelled at me good thing I was getting out of there. Now I'm doing very well .and thx to the PT and OT staff.

Business Response on Google Feb 29th, 2024
Thank you again for taking the time to let us know how we did. We hope you have a great day!

Susie Christman on Google

image The respiratory department is professional and compassionate!

Business Response on Google Oct 1st, 2023
Hi Susie Christman, thank you so much for your positive comments about Seattle Medical Post Acute Care!

Charles 'Tony' Watt on Google

image Really impressed with the team and clinical expertise at this center! Great Job!

Business Response on Google Oct 28th, 2023
Charles 'Tony' Watt, we are so happy to read such a great review about Seattle Medical Post Acute Care!

3lttlephoenixs (phoenix74) on Google

image FINAL UPDATE:
My loved one never recovered from the multiple infections and wounds caused by this care center and she never left the hospital after being rescued from this terrible place!
She died on January 12th, after more suffering than I can possibly describe here. The hospital did everything humanly and medically possible, but too much damage had already been done.
Her children, grandchild, and all of us loved ones are devastated. She was not even middle age and was on the road to recovery when she arrived here. I later spoke to many hospital staff, who said that she wasnt the first person to come to them in a similar condition.
In fact, I heard about several others, and not all of them made it out of the hospital after being rescued either. Yes, this facility has been reported and steps are being taken.
That said, the care system is severely broken and not only does this place
need shut down, but the policies that allow this to happen over and over need to change. We will be going very public with this.
PLEASE dont bring your loved ones here, and do your research about any facility you are considering!
UPDATE: My loved one is fighting for her life because of what this nightmare place did to her!!
NEVER bring a vulnerable loved one here! As another reviewer said, its like something from a horror movie! Abuse, neglect, and complacency is what you will find here! This for profit dump has no human empathy to be found and good luck trying to get anywhere with the social worker. They have been reported by the family of a patient victim for abuse and medical neglect. I pray they get shut down and that every staff person who is responsible gets arrested! I saw one of my relatives in a place like this in Seattle in the 1970s and its sickening that 4 decades later nothing has changed! Vulnerable patients are still treated as dollar signs instead of human beings. I know the standards at these types of facilities are rarely ideal, but this place ranks at the bottom by any standards!

Business Response on Google Oct 21st, 2023
3lttlephoenixs (phoenix74), we're disappointed to hear of the negative experience you had at our location. Our manager would really like to speak with you more regarding this matter. Please reach out to us at (206) 324-8200. We look forward to hearing from you.

Jabir Patel on Google

image DO NOT ADMIT YOUR LIVED ONE HERE. PLEASE READ VERY CAREFULLY. my uncle has been hospitalized for about 14 months now. He was at Harborview first than was sent per recommendation to Kindred. This place was horrible and they almost killed my uncle there. So I filed many complaints against them and removed my uncle out of Kindred. Than Harborview told us that the best place is Seattle Post Accute Care. These guys showed for the first few weeks that they really care. Nurses comming in the room quite frequently. Doctors would stop by and check on my uncle. I spoke to one of the staff there and she secretly told me that make sure you keep on them about his health and goals otherwise they will not care much for him as time goes on. I took this at heart and made sure someone was bed side everyday. For few weeks things were very re assuring and than the colors started to fade away. My unlces stopped reciving basic care like arm movements, breathing trials to train his lungs as he can't breathe on his own. Than the Insurance stopped paying for his care but since Medicare was in place it was OK. The staff said that we can appeal but they told me not to appeal. Took the advice as they said that we will continue to care for him. They lied, and now my uncles care has been thined out soo much, his elbows are stiff sue to lack of physical therapy and he is not getting any therapy period. Today I got a call from the nurse practitioner Josh, who told me that I was correct that they stopped the therapy because Insurance stopped paying for it.
These guys are like any other hospitals or post accurate scam centers. They show that they care but they are in business. Thr moment they realize that the bag is empty, please start to train your self in believing that your loved one isn't comming home.
Advice, send them here if you really hate your lived one and want to to be away and eventually die. This would be ideal place just like Kindred. But, DO NOT SEND THEM HERE IF THAT IS NOT THE CASE.
MAY GOD BE WITH ALL OF US IN NEED AND MAY GOD PROTECT US FROM SCAMS LIKE THIS.
I AM HELP LESS RIGHT NOW. I HOPE YOU READ THIS AND UNDERSTAND MY CONCERNS. I HOPE YOUR LOVED ONE COMES HOME BUT MINE PROBABLY WILL NOT BECAUSE THEY STOPPED CARING FOR HIM BECAUSE THEY SEE MONEY NOT A HUMAN LAYIMG MOTIONLESS IN BED FOR 14 MONTHS. THERE IS NO ETHICS.

Business Response on Google Jan 2nd, 2024
Hi Unboxtopicz, we can assure you that we do not find this type of behavior acceptable, and we would like to address the situation you have described. Thanks for bringing this matter to our attention. We would like to get more details about this; please reach out to us at your earliest convenience at (206) 324-8200.

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