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Overall Rating 1.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Truth B Told
    ★★★★★ 6 months ago

    I had a parent in this facility years ago, it was a horrible experience. Some nurses aids do not clean patients at night.My mother was supposed to have a diabetic meal plan but they didn't follow that. She didn't feel safe here. If you are thinking of placing your family member here, please seriously reconsider.

  • Rodger Lanciault
    ★★★★★ 8 months ago

    Son arrived from another facility as he had Traumatic Brain Injury (TMI) and is legally blind due to an auto accident. He was to be a long term patient. A nurse gave him a bad time always. Pointed this out to Management and nothing changed. New administrator continually wanted son to move out. I am the Power of Attorney (POA) and they continually had son sign documents. I advised admin on several occasions and still nothing changed.The Administrator was continually telling me he needs my son to move and that I have to find another place for him. Stated I am POA not custodian and they have to move him. Yet Admin would tell son he was sooo good and said "I'm your Buddy, don't worry about anything" Certainly two-faced. Son did not get meds at night when he was supposed to. Some meds were not available at times and makes me wonder where the meds went. Rooms initially were not cleaned. They had a Social Worker that worked Saturdays only. That system did not work out. They did not have a Social Worker when son left. They did not assist patients(PT) in getting telephones. I felt they just wanted PT to be immobile and comatose. I certainly feel sorry for anyone who has to be sent to this facility. I recommend PT representative talk with the PT's there before deciding to have their loved one be admitted there. Completely dissatisfied with the Administration.

  • Chris Palomo
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    Just found out my nephew, his mother has legal guardianship and power of attorney, was made to sign paperwork regarding money and leaving the facility. The lady in charge had him sign and then she re wrote his name for him... she also crossed out his information adding her information... I guess to make sure she gets paid and the last check does not go to him... I can smell fraud charges from here!

  • tina mccarty
    ★★★★★ 11 months ago

    The staff is rude an unprofessional they leave my sister in her diaper for hours the staff is lazy do your homework on this facility

  • Amy Phillips
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    This was the place from hell. They let you sit on bed pans for hours or don't come at all when to need to releive yourself. Nurces steal drugs from the patients and you complain and they don't do anything. It is so depressing there that you just want to scream but even that won't do any good because they are under staffed and it is a over crowned facility. The more people they take in the more money they make and just becaue you can get up to do something they take advantage of that and just let you do nothing. Don't ever send someone you love there it is a horrible place. Just go visit and you will see, it is worse than a slum lord.

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