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About Select Specialty Hospital - Omaha Central Campus
Select Specialty Hospital - Omaha Central Campus is a Hospital in Omaha, NE. This facility has 52 total beds. This facility has been rated 1 time, with an average patient rating of 1.
1870 S 75th St
Omaha, NE 68124
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Don’t go there unless you have to.
Self-verified patient of Select Specialty Hospital - Omaha Central Campus - Posted on December 1st, 2020
I wish there was a negative 5. This place should not be called a hospital. Don’t send your loved one there if you love them. No communication. A rude case worker named Kat who didn’t tell call to tell me my husband was moving back to Methodist the next day. I called and asked why and she got defensive and told me she doesn’t have to. When they stopped visitation they told me that I would be called with any changes that might happen as well as regular daily update calls. I would think moving him would fall into that category. My husband got Coronavirus and had complications because of it. He moved from Methodist to Select at day 40. 2 days later I was told they are not letting any visitors in starting in 2 days. It is sad because my husband was in there. I heard terrible things about Select and with Covid we were forced to take him to Select. There were a few good people, Landon a CNA who did his job and we had him on a pedestal because he was on top of things. Malissa a nurse who did her job. Once again it was refreshing to had someone who cared. Abbey the supervisor also took her job seriously. Lisa the CEO was also easy to talk to. Although the follow through with staff members was not good. After we were not allowed to visit, we were told they would call family and update us. The first day I got a call and then I had to call Lisa and complain that I was not getting these calls. She said you can call us. I tried that but the nurse was busy and I would leave a message and they wouldn’t call. Then I started getting them when I complained again. I was told we should get a call twice a day. I never got that not even once. I said I would like a call after the doctor comes in and PT so I can be updated. One day I did not get a call so I just went to bed and I got a call at 11:52 PM. To call someone at midnight is just being mean. I complained so she was striking out. The biggest complaint is the communication between Staff. They either don’t write it down or they don’t read the chart. I finally got to the point I started asking questions like Why is he still on the bipap at night. No one knew so I suggested trying to not have it on and go from there. He was fine all night without it. Why are you putting him on a bed pan and not taking him to the toilet. He was walking 75 ft and back with PT he should be able to make it to the bathroom, allow him dignity. He also wasn’t allowed to take a shower. They sponge bathed him the whole time. He was strong enough to get to the bathroom he should be allowed a shower. I was very frustrated and started asking what he needs to do so he can come home. Lisa and Cassie told me he has to be down to 4 liters of oxygen and 6 or under when he is moving. He met those goals over the weekend so last Monday I said ok let’s get him home. The Dr said no he can’t go. I demanded a call with everyone involved in his care. My daughter also joined in the call. First the Dr did not know how much oxygen he was on. He had no idea about any goals for dismissal. They did not have any treatment plan, no anything. While on the call I talked about the lack of communication and that is why we are all on a call because the left hand has no idea what the right hand is doing. When I said he should be released the first thing that was said was, if you take him out it will be against medical advise. Not what do we need to do to help him get stronger, but being very defensive. My daughter said I am hearing that you think he needs to build strength. Several people said yes that’s it. She said then I think he needs to go to rehabilitation hospital. I said, isn’t that where he is now, They said no. The liaison who came to Methodist to tell us about Select, told us it was rehabilitation hospital. She also didn’t tell us they only allowed visitors there 4 hrs a day because of Covid. 2 days later they didn’t allow visitors at all. The other hospitals in the area are allowing one visitors a day.
Select Specialty Hospital - Omaha Central Campus offers the following services provided by staff, or by arrangement or agreement with a third party
|Acute Renal Dialysis|
|Urgent Care Center|
|Non-Medicare Organ Transplant|
|Cardiac Thoracic Surgery|
|Psychiatric Child and/or Adolescent|
|Extracorporeal Shockwave Lithotripter|
|Cardiac Catheterization Lab|
|Medicare Certified Transplant Center|
|Coronary Care Unit|
|Designated Trauma Center|
|Adult Inpatient Psychiatric|
|CARF Inpatient Rehabilitation|
|Burn Care Unit|
|Medical Surgical ICU|
|Postoperative Recovery Room|
|Alcohol and/or Drug|
Select Specialty Hospital - Omaha Central Campus is similar to the following 4 Hospitals near Omaha, NE.