Good Samaritan Hospital in Saint Louis, MO with Reviews -
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By: S-squad S.
Excellent Choice In Home Health Care Inc
They have taken good care of all of their clients. Attending to all of their special needs. They are also great companions and build relationships with their clients.
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By: Beth S.
Harmony In-Home HealthCare
Top Rate, really care for their clients, Go above and beyond their expectation as a Health Care provider. The owner, Jimmie Watkins is truly an exceptional human being and does everything he can do for you. I highly recommend this facility as your health care needs.
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By: Natalie S.
Beyond Nursing Care
The owner Bobie Calicutt / Premmie Harris Muhammad goes by many names. She has various "businesses" - a cleaning business -- "Premmium Cleaning Services" which apparently went out of business? An "Amazing Repair LP" business, ? She has no education or professional experience in nursing and should not be allowed to operate. She's unlicensed and should be reported to the state.
By: Robert G.
Delmar Gardens South Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation
May of 2017 I visited a bed ridden, long term friend of mine, at this facility that is located in a pleasant location and is very large, modern and clean. While there, I talked with several of the patients and found that the majority complained about the food and services provided, especially after the prime day shift nurses and aids left. I tasted the food that came to the room of my friend and found it to be cool, tasteless and not as described. I also noticed that after the prime shift had left, the call light was on excessively long before anyone responded.My overall opinion was, for money charged ($8,000 to $10,000 per month), I would never want to be a patient there.
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By: Britt W.
Wallace Family In Home Health
Offer great services. They staff are very professional. Staff turkey care about your family members.
By: Jasmine H.
Caring is my calling LLC private duty
This has literally been the worse company I have worked for very unprosfessional . I haven't received a paycheck in 4 weeks now I was told I will be getting paid 10 but now I'm no longer with the company they told me it will be minimum wage I have text message from one of there Employee Kamehsa Scott that I would be getting paid 10 a hour . Very rude ladies no type of respect
By: Michael C.
Premium Home Health Services
Premium Home Health Services, was one of the best experiences for me and my family to get services for my mom. The Director was one of the humblest owners I have known.
By: Aspen H.
Aspen Home Care
Good people to work with and very knowledgeable .....................................................
By: Linda C.
Kindred Hospital St. Louis - St. Anthony's
I was admitted from another hospital, where imbecame septic with MRSA, doctors were not sure they could save my ankle and foot, or if i would be able to walk again. 2/3 rds of my ankle had to be removed, and no prosthesis could be used due to rejection. I spent two months there with the antibiotics, and learning to walk again. The small amt of bone left, and scar tissue formed to act as the whole ankle bone. I was a nurse, knew the odds were against me, but the staff was excellent. They nutured me and took care of my every need! I truly love the staff! Also, the facility was spotless, the food was good, and i enjoyed when they brought in the therapy animals. My stay went quickly! God bless you all!
By: Mary K.
Kindred Hospital St Louis
We love Kindred Hospital! Everyone was super nice and treated us like family. My dad was in Kindred for about 3 weeks. He needed respiratory, physical, occupational, and speech therapy after falling down a flight of stairs. Everyone was compassionate and took wonderful care of my dad. They rallied and cheered him on to get better. The receptionists were very friendly too and made us feel welcomed. My dad is moving to another rehab facility and I hope the care will be just as good. Kindred set the bar very high. With that said, I have to admit I was less impressed with the doctors. The pulmonologist (Dr. Omed) has zero bedside manners. He heard report from the respiratory therapist then he made eye contact with me from the hall and didn't even bother to come in to meet me or see my dad. I was not happy. Another doctor had zero bedside manners also. I think Kindred doctors need to take some bedside manner courses. They can take lessons from the nurses and therapist.
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