About Parkway Place
Parkway Place is a Skilled Nursing provider in Houston, TX. Please click below to get in touch with them.
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I'm here now for nursing care. I couldn't dream of a better place to be. Fantastic everything...especially the food. And the staff. But oh! The food!
Looks nice, smells great. Staff needs education. .... CNAs should never leave person with oxygen alone with their oxygen off...
Very impressed with the way both of my parents are welcome and treated with care while at Parkway Place. They could live in any senior community in town, and chose Parkway based on friends positive input and experiences. Staff and residents are real, are friendly and are out and about. As with anything, go visit and evaluate for yourself. I did, and could not be more secure in my decision.
As I drove up the building appeared large, rows of red bricks, like a modern day fortress. I walked in and the receptionist warmly greeted me and directed me towards my appointment with Ashlie & Darby. For directions down the looming hallway all I could remember was right, left, right, left. My strappy black heels were already digging into my pinky toe, so I took a deep breath & commanded myself not to get lost. As I started to walk, my feet felt relieved... the floor was thickly carpeted in a seafoam sorbet color; seniors with creaky joints must like this too! Every person that passed me made eye contact and smiled at me. I met a friendly therapist named Phillip and a multi-tasking social worker Stephanie. The staff and residents seemed to interact effortlessly, like a family who enjoys each others company. The rooms were spacious with bathrooms and showers that could accommodate a wheelchair. The furniture in the rooms seemed to be made out of real wood, with lots of drawers and storage space for everything you could collect over a third of a century. I leaned on the mattress and was pleased to see it was firm. I was happy to see several common open areas with cozy couches, large windows and residents interacting, using and filling up the space. I stepped outside to the enclosed garden, walking area and had a long ...w-o-w! I could see a small wedding taking place in this kind of outdoor space. Thank you to each employee who made me feel at home.
Horrible, treating the elderly as such. People who take advantage of them should be eviscerated.