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|Radius Rimu Park Information Pack 2018||
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I have currentlky just lost my brither wh ostayed at Rimu Park at Kamo.
Words are not enough to say how they trated and cared for my brother, how impectable and clean the room was and also the staffed looked after us by proving tea, coffee biscuits muffins all with bone china cups etc.
I would highly recommend Rimu Park and the staff even sag a song for when my brother had passed away and the funerla home came and got him. I very very humble to have just great pleasure to be in this company and felt very cared for and loved by each and every one.
Thank you Barb
Thank you for your kind words, we very much appreciate your feedback.
Norman Hamilton - Facility Manager
Wasn’t overly impressed with the care of my elderly father. One morning found him sitting in his chair, had been taken out of his bed. Was the start of winter we couldn’t find remote for heat pump, he had no blankets on, my dad doesn’t complain but he said he was cold so we put blankets on him, it was nearly an hour before we could get anyone to come wash and dress him. His lovely sheepskin slippers went missing. I believe they are only alowed 3 nappies per day, that includes night. We finally got him transferred to another home. He left Radius Rimu Park, Whangarei with a chest infection. Red raw in his private parts and a split bottom. Various other requested were made by the family to help with his care as he suffered with back problems but we got tired of repeating ourselves.
We are sorry to hear you were disappointed with the care your Father received at Rimu Park.
We take all reviews very seriously and encourage you to contact myself directly with any further information if you wish to.
I'd like to bring to your attention some
staff whom work in the Radius Rimu Park
facility Whangarei who've been
exceptionally amazing. In particular
(Name removed for privacy) and the staff that work
tirelessly to provide a high standard of
care for the residents. (Name removed for privacy) has been
very supportive and helpful throughout
our Mother's time in the facility. We
find her to be professional and
empathetic at all times and are grateful
that she is always available for a chat.
My name is Geoff Pointon, I'm the oldest
son of (Name removed for privacy) a resident of the
facility in Whangarei. Recently our
Mother turned 90 on June 21st. I
surprised her by flying over from
Western Australia where I live. To mark
this special occasion to be with her.
The kitchen prepared and catered an
impressive full birthday banquet for all
the staff friends family and residents
to enjoy. Mum was made to feel special
and important on her birthday, thank
I'd like to extend my sincere gratitude
to the cook and kitchen staff whom baked
a delicious birthday cake!
We are also grateful for the continuous
updates on Mums health and progress from
the Nursing/Care and support staff. This
is reassuring as we live so far away and
like to keep up with how she is doing on
a regular basis.
Thank you and kindest regards
Please confirm with staff member and resident whether they wish their names to be published in post. Otherwise names will be removed for post
|Contract with DHB||Yes|
|Updated: 15 Dec 2010|
|Approximate number of beds at this level of care||20|
|Well furnished, highly staffed with experienced staff who fully supports and assists the needs of the clients with specific behavioural issues.|
|Additional Room Costs||Unknown|
|MOH Certification and Audit Report||View MOH certification and audit report (opens in a new tab)|
|Updated: 18 Jan 2019|
I have been asked to pass on thanks from residents for you care of them over the last few nights. You have impressed a lot of residents who have witnessed your willingness to 'muck in' during these difficult times, and to do a fine job of caring for them.
In particular, Ann Capey has said that you treated her with great kindness, gentleness and dignity as you tended to her, and she was very grateful for your help. She said you were 'absolutely wonderful!' and wanted me to be sure to pass on her sentiments. She also mentioned that you spent time with her when she needed company, and that made her feel valued. I think you have become her favourite caregiver!
You also had high praise from Ken and Lillian Mason. Lillian said that you made her feel completely at ease about having a man tend to her needs, and used very similar words to those that Ann used when talking about your care of her. She was full of superlatives! Ken added that his admiration for you had grown in 'leaps and bounds' because of your demonstrated kindness and caring. They both commented that, as a bonus, they have enjoyed getting to know you better.
You have done a wonderful job, Bob, and the residents you cared for have appreciated your kindnesses very much.
|Updated: 22 Feb 2012|
|Type||Hours Per Week||Status||Details|
|Registered Nurse||Yes||24 hour registered nurse cover. Facility manager is also a registered nurse.|
|Nurse Practitioner||No||Gerontology nurse specialist available through Northland DHB|
|Physiotherapist||Yes||An experienced physiotherapy assistant is on the floor several days a week under the guidance of the registered physiotherapist. Registered physiotherapist visits weekly.|
|Diversional Therapist||Yes||Our diversional therapist has specialist dementia training.|
|Updated: 7 Jun 2013|
|Specialities or Areas of Expertise||Status||Details|
|Oxygen Management||Yes||RN on site|
|End of Life/Palliative Care||Yes|
|Continence Advice||Yes||Available through DHB|
|Stomal Therapy||Yes||All RN's are trained in stoma care|
|Infection Control||Yes||We have an infection control nurse on site and liaise closely with the co-ordinator at DHB|
|Updated: 7 Jun 2013|
|Activity programme, Age Concern, Alzheimer's Society, Art, BBQ, Big print books, Bingo, Board games, Breakfast in bed, Canine friends, Cards, Care and Craft, Children, Church, Classical Music, Concerts, Craft, Dancing, Digital camera, Entertainers, Entertainment, Exercises, Games, Garden, Happy Hour, Indoor Games, Jigsaw, Library, Minibus, Music, Movies, Music, Movies, Music, Movies, Music, Newspaper reading, Outings, Parkinson's Society, Pastoral care, Pianist, Picnic facilities, Quizzes, Reading, RSA, Shopping, Sing-a-longs, Singing, Sky TV, Videos|
|Updated: 19 Jan 2012|
|Baptist||Yes||Available as required|
|Brethren||Yes||Available as required|
|Christian||Yes||Available as required|
|Methodist||Yes||Available as required|
|Presbyterian||Yes||Available as required|
|Ratana||Yes||Available as required|
|Roman Catholic||Yes||regular visits from local priests|
|Salvation Army||Yes||Regular visits and entertainment|
|(Other comments)||No||We do not discriminate against any religion and will do our best to meet specific needs.|
|Updated: 19 Jan 2012|
The Ministry of Health conducts regular audits of Residential Care Facilities. They can be found HERE.