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Beverly Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

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Reviews
Overall Rating 2.8 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Destinee Baltierra
    ★★★★★ 5 months ago

    My father in law is staying here as i comment here . . His necklace was STOLEN!!! Off his neck he is unable to comprehend anything or talk so he is unable to tell us who. This is absurd , his mother gave that to him before she died. Also the man in the neighboring room has also gone through this , they have stolen his wedding ring. this is a out rage ! And they say they can't do anything about it. ABSURD !!!!! I o ly gave it one star so i can leave a comment , they get no stars in my book.

  • Viviana Marrone
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    My mother recently spent 3 weeks at this facility. These people do an outstanding job under tough conditions. My mother's caregivers were caring and efficient. Sure, sometimes things are out of their control, but overall, day in and day out, they were wonderful and kind and caring towards my 91 year old mother, and managed to rehabilitate her after a fall, and get her back home. God bless them, they ROCK.

  • Judith Lindenberg
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    My dear friend was in this facility after a fall which broke her femur. I visited with my friend regularly during the month she stayed there. I can only say I was thankful that for the most part my friend was healthy and on the younger side, compared to most of the patients. If she had to rely on the staff to really take care of her, I am certain her outcome would have been less than satisfactory. While the Physical Therapy team in general were energetic, knowledgeable, and positive thinking, the nurses on the floor were "not there"!! They seemed to turn a blind eye to patients in need. They permitted patients to scream for help in agonizing tones for more than 15 minutes straight. They let some patients who could not walk, pull themselves out of their beds using a bedtable, then push their way down the hall while they screamed for a "NURSE". Everyone in the near rooms were horrified and upset by this screaming. They let a man in a wheelchair repeatedly push his way out a door to the outside, rather than stop him because most of the nursing staff were afraid of the man. He was aggressive and would kick, punch and scratch those who tried to stop him. This was a repeated occurrence. They all would stand and watch him head toward the door so they could get a laugh by it. There are patients who don't speak English. Rather than be sure to have a person available or some way to be certain they understand these patients, they allow this inability to communicate become a battle or tears and screaming. There are clearly ways to head off problems of this nature before they happen but this facility seems to not care for some reason. The Food, OMG the FOOD! This place needs a food service professional running that department. I mean this food was so much worse than any institutional food I have ever seen. And yes I tasted it. IT was awful. Every patient in the place lost weight including my friend. Even though I brought food in for my friend, she was so turned off by the smell of the place, she just didn't have an appetite. All in all, aside from a really grand Physical Therapy team, this place needs to be "torn down and rebuilt". Not the building of course but their practices and principles. No one wants to see their loved ones waste away in this place, from what I could see. I am thankful my friend is out of there.

  • susie q
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    I live down the street from this facility and I definitely would not use it! I moved here over 5 years ago and I see the type of people they employ and I would not trust any of them to care for my loved ones. They do not provide employee parking in their lot and as a result they all race around our neighborhood taking up all of our street parking. We have all called and complained to the rehab but of course nothing has been done about it. Their workers sit outside in their cars and smoke, listen to loud music like they are having a party while loitering by their cars, eat their lunch and toss the trash in the street, change their clothes in full view, the list goes on and on. Today is Memorial Day and most of us have the day off. One of their employees in a red vw bug came down our street at 6:30 in the morning playing her Mexican music so loud it woke everyone up. One of my neighbor's came out in her robe and told her to turn it down. So in a little nut shell this is the quality of the staff that is supposed to be caring for your family members. And they also have a constanct flow of interns that are even worse.

  • bc5123
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    My grandmother came here after she Had surgery on her broken hip, and this place is an absolute joke. My grandma has severe COPD, and has to be on oxygen during the day, and a Bi-pap when she sleeps. They would never put the bi-pap on her. She came home a week ago, and picked up pneumonia from this place, and is now in the ICU, and probably won't survive. This place never checked on her, never changed her diapers, which caused her to develop a rash, and was just lazy. They didn't even know how to put the oxygen tube on the machine, which I figured out in 5 minutes. One of the workers there and even said that they get lazy and won't check on them. They keep the soiled laundry and dirty diaper trash bags right outside of the room. Please, if you have a choice, do not bring your loved one here.




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