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Overall Rating 3.9 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Mayra Alvarez
    ★★★★★ 2 weeks ago

    I had my husband taken to hospice when he was in the hospital, he was only 39..he was only one day in hospice.. Died the next morning.. What I still ask myself what did they do? My husband was wide awake telling me he wanted to go home.. And I was arranging it.. He had his bed just needed his oxygen. Well 20 minutes later the nurse comes without explaining to me what she was doing.. She put a suppository in his rectum and my husband could hear me but he never regained consciousness. Dr said to talk to him and let go because his heart was as strong as a horse... I was numbed ..i sat next to my husband and whispered in his ear to pls let go that me and the twins would be fine all the family spoke to him with loving words.. My husband started shedding tears. He knew what was going on.. I feel that they did something to make him die sooner. Well 9 yrs later today my brother in law has hospice at home.. I can't explain how nice and nurturing these nurses are.. The Dr comes to see him and he gets baths daily. Now I understand a little bit what they did with my husband but still say they took him sooner. I'm sure they cleaned house since then. Thank you to the staff that's taking care of my brother in law. The missing star that makes 5 is for MY husband Mike.. RIP baby.

  • doug piercy
    ★★★★★ a month ago

    I want to thank the staff at Avow Hospice for the fine care they provided my wife in her final days. She was kept fresh and clean with her Hair washed. It was the way she would have wanted to be.

  • Matt Smith
    ★★★★★ 6 months ago

    A wonderful, peaceful care facility. All the rooms face the large tranquil pond, and a lanai connected to each room. A truly great place for end of life care. The nurses and staff were very helpful and understanding. There were a couple volunteer women with guitars that sang to dad for quite a while. And fresh baked cookies and coffee delivered to the rooms each day. Very nice place.

  • Jennifer Richmond
    ★★★★★ 3 months ago

    Probably the best place I've ever worked for. Sadly, I had to move, and I hated leaving Avow. Great job with caring co-workers, excellent support from nurse managers, great benefits and pay. Truly a caring organization that will be hard to duplicate for me job wise! Can't say enough good things about Avow!

  • Heather Pilla
    ★★★★★ 8 months ago

    If I could rate this place I would definitely rate it a negative 5,000. This company, organization, which ever you want to call it, is completely unethical, based on sexism, and more than likely racism. I have never heard of an employer making the decision to terminate a darn good nurse and letting them know by mail the DAY after their previous shift by mail with no write ups on record, I am completely disgusted and the fact that I even feel the urge to write this review(which I almost NEVER write negative reviews this will be my second negative review I am writing) almost makes my heart black... termination for absolutely no reason. Though, this is a "right to work state" cool. I get that. But just like companies would like a two week notice, so would an employee. I have a mother who cannot take proper care of herself and is bed ridden and if she was ever put in hospice I know where I WON'T be putting her! How these people work with their policies and procedures is ridiculous. And I'll tell you right now, I would pitch a fit and go to a psych ward before allowing anyone to send anyone I care about or even myself to this company. Nothing against the nurses, but the management staff needs a clean up. Anyone applying, run. You're just a number to this place and they see you as a number. Families, they only see your loved one as another dollar sign.




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