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Overall Rating 3.2 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Toni Dydek ★★★★★ 2 months ago

    I feel that when my mom went home into hospice they should have let my father and I know that 99% of the care was on us. I thought a nurse would have come out and helped us during her final hours. She wS sent home from holy redeemer hospital on hospice and the defibrillator was never shut off. She would go into this seizure like state and stop breathing, she actually turned blue, convulsed and died for 2 mins then shock back to life, it was horrible. She was shocked 7 times throughout the night, we honestly were beside ourselves not knowing what to do. We would call the hospice number and would get put on hold, then they would tell us to give her something out of the hospice kit like morphine, a kit that we didn't have. And we never received the kit until the next day after she passed. A nurse did come out for about 20 mins to give us a magnet to try and shut the defibrillator off. And I have to say the nurses were friendly. But not there when we needed them the most and not having that hospice kit was a nightmare, just watching my mom pass the way she did was something I never want to ever go through again. And hope no one else would have to go through this.

  • Mia Robinson ★★★★★ 3 months ago

    False advertising of case loads they don't consider Septa to be a reliable source of transportation. If you don't own a car or want to Travel to bucks county for 2 hour cases don't even bother applying. They require you to pay them for training before they even offer you any cases So that you can work . It's a scam

  • Lori Cheffar ★★★★★ 4 months ago

    Less than thrilled with these services. The weekend manager just yeses you, has no real definitive skill. Some of the nurses that came out were helpful, efficient. But the intake person and the nurse who was assigned to me on a regular basis needs extensive training and some life skills. I reapeatly had to call& call. Then had to have several talks with the supervisor, still made no difference or improvement. Was much more trouble than the actual sugury.Made a very difficult surgical time even more unpleasant. They would continuously come at meal times. Would not recommend, do anything for yourself but depend on them

  • Harry Bridges ★★★★★ 6 months ago

    My wife of 42 years was very blessed to have the nurses come to our home and re-teach her the med box, check her vitals and other important things. They are the best for after hospitalization home health care. You can't do better! HBB

  • Roseann Rossi ★★★★★ 5 months ago

    Very unprofessional hospice staff . Team member was so heartless over the phone that ICU physician had to step in and comfort my family at their most difficult time of need. One of the worst days of my life. Rose Bermudez

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