Reviews of Evergreen Health and Living Center
Average Rating: based on 2 Reviews
I visited this facility
This facility seemed to be one of cleaner, warmer, less clinical, more involved place for my grandfather. They do regular social activities, have beautiful outdoor courtyards, and very attentive nurses. Even though he had been acting very unruly and not himself, they removed a certain medication we weren't familiar with and he got better after that. He was being very picky about his food and what he would eat or not. The nurses encouraged us to bring in any of his favorite foods and treats so they could get him to eat more of what he liked. They made space in the pantry and fridge and gave him whatever he wanted. Ice cream social day is nice... Visitors can enjoy a cup of ice cream with the patients and stroll around the facility and courtyards. The only thing bad that happened during his stay with them was that he rolled out of the bed. Not sure who was more at fault, there wasn't any thing that could have been done to prevent it besides large bed rails that stay up.
I am a friend or relative of a resident
When I first walked into Evergreen Health and Living Center, I could tell that my relative would enjoy it very much. You are first greeted by a front desk assistant who directs you toward the room you're trying to visit. All hallways lead through the dining room, a large, well lit room with a player piano. This room is lined with open windows, as well as couches and chairs for residents to visit with their family. When visiting my relative, I always noticed that her food was delivered to her consistently and she was treated with great care by the staff at the facility. My relative also had to undergo physical therapy, which was painful and difficult, but the doctors and staff helped her through it tremendously. Before I knew it, my relative was walking and living on her own after breaking her hip months earlier.