My husband went to this facility for short term rehab following a hip replacement. I only thing I can say about this place was the decor and the Rehab department. My first problem was when my husband arrived at 10 pm at night there was no one to receive him; he was there for 2 hours before he seen his nurse. Then, to make matters worst the nurse didn't know that she was my husband's nurse. It also took 2.5 hours before my husband could get his pain medication. Breakfast was also not served to him after three different people was made aware. There was also problems with obtaining ice and a raised toilet seat which never made it to my husband's room.Overall, response was very slow with nursing and CNA's. In addition, my husband current pain control regimen was not quite working, and it took allday before we could see the nurse practitioner; however, she did adjust his pain medications. The Director of Nursing and Administration were made aware of our concerns and never followed up or came back to even address our concerns. Needless, to say after about 30 hours, I took my husband out of this facility. Sincerly, T. Martin.
This is a great church to visit. The people are so cordial and friendly, and the minister is a very great teacher.
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I'm very honored to say that I'm a part of this Church since 1985 and the fact that we're a Church that's LISTENING, LEARNING & LIVING the WORD of GOD
Our experience was less than terrible. This excludes the Physical Therapy Department and the floor nurses, who were nice and generally caring. But that leaves the CNA's, the Doctor, the nurse practioner. We were misled on information when we checked in. A Nurse Practioner came in the first day to go over all of his medication. She disagreed with what he was taking and suggested a few changes, which we approved; that information never got communicated to the Floor Nurse and thus never done. The center's doctor came in but did nothing but a meet and greet, gave a few annoying laughs and left, never to be seen again. We were told that my brother would not have to wear a diaper and he would be helped to the bathroom, WRONG; he was shamed into wearing a diaper. I found a CNA sleeping in a common area one morning and the CNAs screamed down the hall to each other, Morning/Noon/Night. We were told upon check in that my brother would be checked on every two hours, WRONG! I could go on and on with atleast 5 other examples. JUst do your do diligence and do more than just a tour. We couldn't wait to get him out of there.
Absolutely gorgeous church in the heart of midtown. midnight mass here is a spectacle. The school attaches to the cathedral is a loving, diverse school with great teachers and involved parents.
It was a great experience 2 fellowship at morning/ da word was great/ im inviting anyone 2 attend/ morning star missionary baptist church/ Frayser-midtown location
If you're in the South Memphis area, Bloomfield is where you need to be. Loving men and women of God.I've been truly blessed!!!
choir stand, two restrooms, 2 offices and fellowship hall
The hours listed above is old information. Please visit our website easthillbc.orgConnect Groups 9:30 AMMorning Worship 10:30 AMEvening Worship 5:30 PMDeep Water Bible Study Wed. 6:30 PMKids Journey Grades 1-6 Wed. 6:30 PM
Great atmosphere, outstanding preaching and worship, great food and service actually ends at the correct time.
I have been on my spiritual path and part of the Mid-South Pagan Community for 25 years. A few years ago I was looking for a new group of like minded people to be a part of; I had been out of the community for a few years due to work and life. I went to all the local groups to see which one felt right to me. I found a new home at The Temple of the Sacred Gift. I have found a warm loving spiritual family and a wonderful place to worship. The present and former clergy have taken a dream and made it a reality, to provide a permanent place of worship that is open and available to the public. This is an accomplishment that is rare in the pagan community, where most groups meet at private residences, parks and public places. Being in the South where it seems that we only have two seasons winter and summer it is nice to have a indoor space to gather in, especially as I get older. The members of the Temple are a very diverse group in many ways, spiritual path, age, race, sexuality and experiences. The Temple is there to help you on “your path” and guide you to find your own answers. Come worship, learn and share.