Beatitudes Campus

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Skilled Nursing  |  1712 WEST GLENDALE AVENUE, PHOENIX, AZ 85021
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Services Provided

  • Physical Therapy Services
  • Occupational Therapy Services
  • Speech Pathology Services
  • Pharmacy Services
  • Podiatry Services
  • Dialysis Services
  • Ventilator Services
  • Alzheimers Services
  • Head Trauma Services
  • Hospice Services

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Michelle W

Submitted on Mar 29, 2018

My husband and I have lived in the neighborhood for 20+ years and would bring our dogs to the COMMUNITY dog park that is attached to Beattitudes. On several occasions, a Beattitudes resident would go to the Beattitudes gate with his Retriever while we were there. We have 6 dogs, 4 of which we'd bring there for 15-20 minutes, so they could run off some energy. We are both employed and could only go at a certain time of day. Now, i can only assume that the resident is retired and could go any time. It so happens that every time we go, the resident would show up during the 15 minutes we were there. Every time, we would let him know that our dogs did not get along with other dogs and ask if he would come back in 15 minutes. On every occasion, except one, he would comply. On that one occasion, the dogs fought...surprising, I know. Today we went to the COMMUNITY park and he proceeded to try to enter the park AGAIN! Because we reminded him of the fight and let him know AGAIN that we were only asking for 15 minutes, he complained to Beattitudes. Because we asked that he allow us 15 minutes, we were asked by Beattitudes to leave and not come back. We complied, but will be taking this up with the city. It's truly disappointing that our dogs can no longer enjoy their favorite place because a resident of Beattitudes is unwilling to share a space that is supposed to be available to the COMMUNITY.

Peggy Zolnir

Submitted on Mar 23, 2018

My mother was a very well known CNA for 35 years. Her last position was in the Alzheimer/Dementia unit. On August 8, 2015 a coworker neglected to clean up water from the shower room floor. My mother slipped and fell and shattered her knee into pieces and took an ambulance ride to the hospital. She was there for 6 days recovering and not one executive from the Beatitudes or the church reached out to her in the hospital or afterwards to insure she was being treated the way a loyal worker should be treated, especially by Copperpoint, their workers compensation insurer. From the beginning of the injury Copperpoint was a nightmare to deal with and the Beatitudes did nothing to support her after 35 years of service. The purpose of this post is to inform people who are considering placing their family members in this nursing home or assisted living facilities to see what kind of an operation they really are behind the scenes. It's been known the office people would not dare step inside the nursing home facility where the real work is done. They all look down on the CNA's and feel they are above all of the workers at the Beatitudes. They will do anything for money, but when it comes time to support their injured employee's they do absolutely nothing. After all the years of service they would not support my mother returning back to work in her field and instead offered her the opportunity to work in the home services at a much lower hourly rate. We feel it had to due with her age of 63 and the fact that they could replace her at a much lower hourly rate. Their only concern was treating the next injured worker the same way they treated her because they never dealt with an on-the-job injury of this magnitude. For anyone looking to put a family member at the Beatitudes or looking for employment, consider how they treated my mother, it really tells people what their all about. If they treat their loyal employee's this way, think how they treat patients behind closed doors. Shame on you Beatitudes for not supporting my mother after all these years and making sure Copperpoint treated your loyal, injured worker well. Trust me from being an insider for 35 years, these guys don't care and they tell you what you want to hear for the money and for the sake of filling up their apartments. Being tied to the Baptist Church is for show. All we have ever noticed is how they pray on dying patient's for their money and donations to sell at their annual garage sale. If we were bitter, I would have posted this after her injury, but I waited over two years to place this post to make sure my emotions did not drive this post.

mikayla manigault

Submitted on Mar 26, 2018

Not a great place to work for . If admin or management don’t like u , they’ll find any and every reason to fire u

Ruth Mendoza

Submitted on Jan 12, 2018

Very bad place to work. Grandaughter told me they make ypu punch out then go back to work on your own time.

Wasted Suffering

Submitted on Apr 27, 2018

My mom is really happy here.

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