About Providence Mount St Vincent
Providence Mount St Vincent is a Skilled Nursing provider in Seattle, WA. Please click below to get in touch with them.
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Amazing place,great staff, super clean, and great place to bring a loved one and or child for nursery. The view is ecstatic! Many nuns there and amazing older people. It is always super clean and the staff us always around making sure something gets done. Great place to be. I love going there and seeing happy older folks.
Great place to work
Nov. 11, 2015 They offer everything from independent living to temporary rehabilitative skilled nursing services to care for dementia. I have been here four times for probably an average of two weeks for rehabilitation of fractures. The staff I have dealt with is kind, patient, helpful and fun. However they don't always jump up to respond to call bells and they occasionally offer help and then forget. There is food available 24/7. You can be served in your room, in a small dining room on your floor and a maximum of 4 doors from your room or a cafeteria or a dining room. The food is good for cafeteria fare with a nice variety in the cafeteria. You can raid anytime the refrigerators and freezers on the therapy floor kitchens and a large glass front refrigerator in the cafeteria.They have a beautiful chapel, spectacular views, (you can see hills W. Seattle, across Elliott Bay with ferries to the Space Needle with Mt. Baker behind on a clear day) regular entertainment and pleasant outdoor areas. The therapists are good and patient but seldom exactly on time. The medical staff (I'm Group Health, other providers may be different) are seldom to be seen. I could write so much but suffice it to say, if you have to have skilled nursing care for a while this is a good place to be.
Food is not good, pain is nymnot delivered in time
April Angela Eustaquio
The best rehab facility in Seattle area.