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Leader Nursing and Rehab-Pike Creek

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Overall Rating 2.9 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Harry Clemente ★★★★★ a month ago

    Was given wrong room number twice. Then was told the patient was at the Foulk road location, which was completely wrong. Also, you would think the post board in the room would list the patients care needs, nurse name or checkup times, so the care would seem more personalized for the patient.

  • Joe Finlaw ★★★★★ 6 months ago

    So thankful for the entire management and staff at Manor Care. Our Mother was always treated with respect and provided excellent care. She has been in several week at least three times.Each time her recovery was fantastic. Such wonderful folks that are so professional and understand the needs while doing such a tough job. God Bless you all. Joe

  • Derrick Henry ★★★★★ 3 months ago

    5 star CMS quality measures Facility. 4 star overall facility 4 star staffing.

  • William Khan ★★★★★ 6 months ago

    I was admitted to manorcare from christiana hospital on december 28th . I didn't know what i was in for. All i heard was that going to a nursing home was bad news .being 49 years old i was definitely against coming to manorcare. When i was admitted i weighed 217 pounds. My weight since college was 230 pounds. I was diagnosed with sardcoidosis. The first afternoon i was here for less than half an hour before a team came to make a care plan for me. Doctors, nurses, aides and the dietician were all involved . They already had my records from the hospital and gave me the game plan. These people didnt previously know me, but it felt like they already knew me for a year with how much knowledge they had about me. The staff has worked miracles for me .Im back to 230 pounds .The social worker debra lacey made sure when i leave i have housing, and a plan for discharge. I am a coach and i know how to follow directions, i would give this staff an A plus. Overall, this is the right place if you come across a bump in the road you need to get over .coming to manorcare i had to learn to swallow my pride, did the work and ive been completely successful. Being around and interacting with the senior citizens and i can see that most of them are happy. I know this is unfortunately the last stop for a lot of people and the staff makes sure they have everything they need to be happy and cared for .Manorcare and the staff has a special place in my heart Coach Will Khan

  • Joe Pulgini ★★★★★ 5 months ago

    Worked there for a very short time, due to getting overpowered with jobs, that should of been done months prior, asked to come back and they are totally ignoring me, it is there loss, before retiring from my last job I had 41 years of maintenance work under my belt, and knew more than my boss at manorcare!!! Again their loss....




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