About Legend Oaks Healthcare And Rehabilitation Center
Legend Oaks Healthcare And Rehabilitation Center is a Skilled Nursing provider in Houston, TX. Please click below to get in touch with them.
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I worked for Legend Oaks for a short period of time as a floor nurse. I have worked for many nursing homes, and this is one of the better one. The staff do care, and they try to always accommodate. But in reality, you can't please everyone, even though they do try. The business office staff is professional, and the administrator holds the team to higher standards. If I had to place a loved one in a rehab, this facility would be one of my considerations. The building is always clean and tidy. Landscaping is nice.
A couple of the nurses seemed to care. most didn't. I was there a month after being ran over by a car. If I ever have to go back to Legend Oaks , I'd rather put a bullet in my head. No care at all. No one expected me to live after the accident, so I'm guessing they just didn't give a DAMN about me . Four months later my mind is clear and I can get around using a walker, getting better every day. If you care about anyone, don't send them to Legend Oaks. I had to give one star just to post this.I'm not just another old person waiting to die. It's by the Grace of God I'm still alive and getting better, not due to any care I got at this place
I just recently interviewed with this facility and hired after a successful interview with the DON. Firstly, I was taken aback by the lack of smell upon entering the facility. Nope. No urine smell whatsoever. Very refreshing indeed. Everyone appeared to busy themselves with the daily operations of the facility. The staff coordinator was pleasurably to interact with and seemed ginuine about assisting me in the hiring process. The DON was intriguing to me. I can tell I can work for her. She has a leadership style I work well with. Also she is pro school by her own admission. That is great to hear. I'm excited to join the Legend Oaks Team (waiting on background check and reciprocity license from MS). I'm hopeful this will be a mutually rewarding endeavor for both parties.
If I solid not a have to put a star here I wouldn't my father was place here after being released from hospital after only being there from 1:00pm to 12:00 had to go to hospital on top of that the did not give him them meds prescribed to him. His pelvis is fractured and he cannot get up here to other patients screaming in the Halls as well as he had to scream for help to go to the bathroom when the nurse came in charged him threatened him and told to shut up when my father told them he would be leaving because he did not feel safe in the facility they told him he couldn't go anywhere without them letting him leave and that they would not let him leave this is a dangerous place do not send any of your loved ones there they will end up back in the hospital and these fake reviews of them being a great place is probably people that work there so if they can get more money
My mother-in-law stayed there, and things were consistently bad. The best thing I can say is that they kept her alive. She crapped herself while getting changed, and the nurse changing her threw up her hands and walked out the room leaving her half-changed until the next shift. Her roommate had to sit in her own filth for a good 2-3 hours before her daughter finally showed up and raised hell, getting a nurse to clean her up. She had rung the call bell at least twice before we showed up. Also, my husband told them to make sure his mom didn't get access to a hospital gown since she had her own clothes, but refused to wear them because she felt sorry for herself. They kept giving her hospital gowns! Likely because it was easier for them. The food was also bland and only partially warm when they delivered it.