The facility is inviting and everyone is welcoming and friendly. You can tell the staff truly care for the patients just by seeing their interactions as you walk down the halls. The place is kept very clean and I would highly recommend anyone to go there.
Becaon Place is not only an incredible resource for families, it was one of the first hospice homes in NC. Many of the other hospice facilities in N…
Great place with excellent customer service. Every employee is dedicated and committed towards patient care.
Guilford Health Care Center is a top-rated organization. The rehab outcomes they achieve with their patients are superb. You won't be disappointed!
Guilford Health Care Center is absolutely wonderful. Very clean, fantastic employees and the BEST care you will find!!!
Do NOT, I repeat, do NOT put anyone that you care anything for in this hellacious place. My mother came out of a 3 week hospital stay to this 'place' for rehab. Cellulitis and swelling in her legs was 1000 times better upon leaving the hospital where she was being treated for bowel blockage which she almost died from. After not even an entire day, we found evidence of neglect, abuse and a total disregard of the issues she needed assistance with. She was strapped into a wheel chair with the wheels locked, her feet and legs left dangling. She could not reach the nurse call button which was on the other side of the room, but even if she had been able to I'm quite certain that no one would have responded. How do I know that, you ask? Her room was within 15 feet of the seemingly well-manned nurses station which I noticed the staff seemed to be enjoying themselves, almost in a party mode, loud and boisterous, but her calls for assistance went unheeded completely, most likely because they didn't care, and/or they were shucking and jiving so loudly, she couldn't be heard. I found her exhausted from trying to get someone to attend to her to help her to the restroom, she was sitting in a diaper that was obviously soiled with dried urine and feces, her legs and feet were swollen and red (we had informed them that her legs were to be elevated at all times, which they assured us they would be) to avoid the issue of swelling and edema. She was to be there for rehabilitation to help her be able to get into and out of her bed. Mama was basically incoherent when I arrived at lunch the day after she was admitted but was able to tell me that a large transvestite nurse was very aggressive in getting her out of the bed and then pushed her back into the bed and continued aggressive treatment with harsh and threatening language in her first day of so-called 'rehabilitation'. I would not consider letting my dog stay here. After discussing the issue with the administrator, who was so nice during the registration process but dismissed my complaints as poppycock when I approached her, I immediately loaded my mother and her clothing and other items up and removed her immediately! The place was nasty, smelled worse than any nursing home I had ever been in, and I should have paid more attention to the other residents who were left out in the hallways, looking unkempt, uncared for, ignored and totally disregarded. NEVER AGAIN will I overlook my first impression of a place like this. Unfortunately, I gave a 1 star rating only because there are no NEGATIVE or Minus stars to select from. I would say on a scale of 1-10, with 10 being the best score, Heartland deserves a minus 17 and THAT is being generous.
I would not recommend Maple Grove as a facility for your boved one. Some of the staff is rude and without compassion the residents are not properly cared for.
I looked through many reviews on this facility and I couldn't imagine that it was as bad as I read through the reviews. I applied for a nurse tech position and got the job. After 2 weeks of being employed I saw even worst than what the reviews were. BE AWARE if you are looking to work here watch out your license is on the line! If you are looking to place a loved one here watch out. I'm not exactly sure how or why the state hasn't come in and shut this place down. CNA's to resident ratio is outrageous but thanks to North Carolina lack of laws this is allowed. CNAs are trained or hold cpr,bls,or first aid. Not one time was I shown where a defibrillator was located. My tb test wasn't checked in a timely manner my finger print card due to me not living in NC for five years wasn't placed on there files. I watched the administrator yell at a family and blame the family for a residents condition and refuse to call an ambulance of the resident who appeared to have suffered from another stroke that went unreported for days. The fire safety equipment didn't work properly and half of the facility didn't even hear the fire alarms because they weren't in working order. Also there policy when there is a fire is for all staff member to leave residents behind and head towards the fire. I'm not sure how this isn't abandonment. They state the goal is to get out as many residents possible so we start with those who can walk however none of the residents are equipped with walkers. Charting is done inaccurately just out of time constraints and to get your work chores done. The list continues but I think this paints a decent picture. Be aware be alert.
My 92 year old mother was sent here after a hospitalization for rehab strengthening. She has been in other facilities in other states several times for similar reasons, and stated that this was by far the best experience she had ever had in rehab. She had a large private room, which is good because she is hard of hearing, and the CNA's were all good to her and responsive. A charge nurse was especially responsive to our needs. Above all, she LOVED the food, the PT and OT staff, and could leave within a week. Of course, one of us was with her for 10 hours a day every day, and I cannot speak for the long-term care side, although I witnessed several instances of compassionate treatment of residents from that side. We were wary going in, but were very satisfied and impressed, and would certainly use this facility again. Kudos to nurses, CNA's, kitchen staff, PT and OT staff. Thank you.
I went there for employment, and I was shocked on how rude every one was and how uninformed they were about the hiring process or Basic questions. Very untimely I waited two hours for a five minute interview. I was told that if I covered my tattoos I was hired. I spent 45 dollars on water proof make up and returned they still said no. Then called me and offered me the job again. I went and did the interview process again and they still said No. Just very unprofessional and dishonest. And finally they didn't return my letter of recommendation which was written by a very influential person.Which damaged me even more. I'm very displeased with those inadequate people.
They only keep you 3 days its not long enough to make ANY kind of change.Sacred Heart doesnt have a psychiatrist but does offer detox meds 810-392-2167 keeps you 20 days and Brighton 2 weeks they also give anti-depression meds and have a psychiatrist that can prescribe anti-depression and mood stabilizers 810-225-2530.Life Challenge is a Christian program no detox meds, therapist, 12 step meetings or anti-depression meds a year long program 313-531-0111. Best half way houses in Mi are with Brighton and Sacred Heart Dawn Farms 734-699-8265 has in house meetings detox without meds.must work.Salvation Army Christain program offers detox without meds 12 steps and therapist work program for shelter and food 734-729-3839 or 734-242-5050 Touch Stone sober living 734-309-3091 Encourages therapy has in house 12 step meetings very restrictive and needless rules.