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My 94 year old mother was at high risk for falling, was left unattended fell and is now in the hospital. When I arrived yesterday my mother was laying in urine, and about to fall again. Also, lost her hearing aids, dentures and eyeglasses. My mother is severely dehydrated hasn't eaten and is in a state of confusion. The hospital just called and asked when was the last time your mom had something to eat? The social worker Jennifer Summers told me I was paranoid, nothing is wrong with my mother. Horrible, horrible place. Don't send your love ones there!
The food is inedible!!! The aids are rude and understaffed. You will need family member’s to bring food and take turns to care for your loved one.
I used to work here for 5 years. I loved my job and the patients but the mangers dont care about there staff. 99 percent of the time we was short staffed which means the patients had to suffer. Its hard taking care of patients when there is 3 CNAS, 2 nurses and 50 patients on the floor. Its a good starter job for new nursing and new CNAs but employees get burnt out really fast.
If you want to die this is the place to go. They'll kill you real quick.
The physical therapy and occupational therapy is excellent. The therapist are all very professional, kind, compassionate, knowledgeable and caring. They helped me get back on my feet after two separate surgeries. I can't say enough about them. The CNA'S spend to much time on food when they should be focusing on patients. The kitchen was always short on coffee cups, cream, dessert etc. The aides would be washing cups so the patients could have coffee. Guest services was very pleasant and helpful planning activities.