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Overall Rating 3.4 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • kelly moreno
    ★★★★★ a month ago

    I love working at St. Martin's in the Pines. I am the Director of the Courtyard, our new moderately priced Independent Living. The food around St. Martin's is great! I have worked in this field for quite sometime and say that without a doubt. Our pastoral care team is phenomenal.They go above and beyond to know our residents that move into our faith-based community. Faith is at our foundation and enriching the lives of our Elders is what we aim to do.

  • nicole boomhover
    ★★★★★ 2 months ago

    St. Martin's is a great place to work! There is a friendly atmosphere on campus and the staff truly cares about the loved ones and residents. Come take a tour and see for yourself!

  • cara vaughan
    ★★★★★ a month ago

    If I could give less than 1 star I would. This was 6 months of HELL!!

  • Lee Nocella
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    The quality of care at St. Martin's is inconsistent. Most people there are very nice and helpful. The food is also very good. However, my elderly sister approached a group of employees at the nursing station for help with her husband who was in the rehab facility recovering from surgery. They didn't answer the call light earlier and he needed to use the restroom. They were unwilling to help and told her they weren't "trained" for that. They had been helping him prior to that as it was part of his rehabilitation not to mention his dignity. My sister was offered absolutely no assistance and had to help him herself. I called the nurses desk to get her some help and the person who answered didn't even bother saying hello but held the phone up in the air for a moment before hanging up on me. They must not be trained to use the phone either. Then, as we were leaving after an afternoon visit, the director of nursing came out to the parking lot and had a very non-hipaa compliant conference with us about my family member's care outside in the open in front of whoever happened to be walking by. She tried to rationalize why the employees there would not offer to help my family member. I was embarrassed for her and walked off. My sister needed help. Not one employee offered to assist her. Any prudent compassionate person in a similar situation would have helped.

  • Keisha Hill
    ★★★★★ in the last week

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