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11/07/2017
By: Jerry P.
Forest Edge Healthcare Rehab Center
This place appears to be just a housing unit for people that have overdosed on drugs or just street people. It does not appear to be as much of a rehab center as I suspected. On all of my visits to the facility the employs just sat around and watched the patients.
05/03/2017
By: N G.
Glencrest Nursing & Rehabilitation Centre, Ltd.
They lack adequate assessment skills and fail to communicate changes in condition in a timely manner. They also fail to respond to wishes of patients and family. Parking is horrendous and the handicap spots are frequently used up by the valet service with non-handicap cars.
04/09/2017
By: Renita B.
Sacred Heart Home
I would not recommend this place to anyone. My son was a recent resident at this facility. Very unprofessional acting and dressed staff. At times I could not differentiate between staff and residents. There were multiple issues with several personal items that were never returned after being laundered. After almost 2 years of residency there, 1 pair of shoes were replaced following multiple complaints from myself.
11/13/2016
By: Cathy G.
Carlton At The Lake, The
This place is horrendous. Inexperienced CNAs and Nurses with insufficient command of the English language. Food is not nutritional and is mostly junk food.The neglect is continuous because of the constant lack of stAff. You have to beg for bed linens and maintenance. They have a serious bug problem and took months to correct it. Administrators are known for making promises, but consistently ignore the NEEDS of the residents. DO NOT PLACE YOUR LOVED ONE AT THIS FACILITY. They are an assembly- line health care facility only.
10/21/2016
By: Claudia V.
Schwab Rehabilitation Center Skilled Nursing Unit
Very disappointed with the service my brother is receiving at the Swab facility. The only nice person is the security guard at the front. If you ask a nurse or any other staff member they really do not know what to answer. Overall VERY VERY DISAPPOINTED
09/15/2016
By: Lisa T.
Lake Shore Healthcare & Rehab
This place is dreadful. The people seem nice but are very sneaky! Not to mention you have co-workers dating , which is definitely a conflict of interest. They could use a lesson in professionalism!!!
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08/05/2016
By: Jackie S.
Carlton At The Lake, The
K what I'd like to know is how did my review get erased. So I guess if it's negative, someone deletes it. Scam!!!!!
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02/13/2016
By: Deborah M.
California Gardens N & Rehab Center
The Third floor receptionist are very discourteous when calling in to speak to a patient. They have hung up numerous times. Disrespected me and lying telling me the patient is not in the room. The phone rings and rings until it goes back to the first person who transfers to the third floor. I am going to report this to the BBB. It is poor service to be treated rudely. I would never recommend the elderly or sick to this facility. You need to screen your employees who answer the phones to treat incoming calls more respectful. I try to check on my loved ones condition that is the reason I call.HELP!!!
09/24/2015
By: Lavoris C.
Renaissance Park South
This facility was unimpressive and a waste of my family's time. They used double talk in sharing information regarding the care and mode of billing for the patient. The facility often smelled of urine and feces and other odors on many occasions. The consulting doctor failed to give reliable information regarding the patient's care.
05/29/2014
By: latasha.anderson.33
Renaissance At South Shore,The
my mother is on her way into this facility i hope that the reviews that i read are not accurate. Because my mother is on her way into the Renaissance, i am trying to keep her close to my home she is only 1block away from me i thought was perfect. But after reading these reviews all i can do is trust GOD, concerning her new living arrangement. i just hope that the nurses and other staff employees know if anything i mean anything goes unnoticed concerning my MOM. Some body gone die.
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