Reviews of Brandon Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
John Sellers July 12, 2017
I am/was a resident of this facility
As of March 10, 2017, I am a current resident. I've never been treated unfairly. The staff is nice. The nurses and CNAs are efficient, timely, and friendly. My call button is always within reach. My meal trays are always on time, and the food is good. Residents can also choose to eat at the in-house cafe and Bistro. And the place is always clean. Residents here have rights, and the staff respects those rights. I even have my own Wi-Fi-connected desktop PC , TV, phone, and furniture from home in my room. I also participate in many of the activities here, or go see a movie in the in-house theater. And I have friends here.
Appalled Citizen September 23, 2016
I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident
My Grandmother was admitted into this facility after a stroke, it only took 1 day to realize her life was in danger. while I was visiting in ONE day this is what i observed, they almost gave her another patients medicine, they are VERY rough, they move the call button out of reach, they do NOT check on patients at night not 1 time, they gave her no breakfast then they gave her no supper until i threw a fit, they don't change depend diapers very often, they talk abusive to the patients, nobody smiles, I told them about her blood pressure FOUR times before they did anything and by then i was so livid I told them its bad you don't monitor a stroke patients blood pressure at all. If you love your family member don't put them here unless you want something bad to happen!!!!!!!!!!!
William847662 August 24, 2016
I visited this facility
Brandon Nursing and Rehabilitation Center seemed pretty nice. I liked the layout of it. The room seemed to be nice. The general layout and the parking lot stood out to me.
Dawn35 December 17, 2015
I am a friend or relative of a resident
My father went into Brandon Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, and the two days that I was there, the staff was great, very responsive, and very caring. Physically, it looked very well kept and very homey. The residents looked cared for. It looked nice and really decent. The rooms were nice too. The staff was there immediately when he checked in, and they were very responsive with my questions.
Who will speak for Granny August 08, 2013
I am a friend or relative of resident
My Grandmother lived at this facility for three weeks. Three weeks TOO LONG. After the first week, she began to tell me things that although sounded factual; I wanted to be certain of. I contacted the Attorney General's Office asking if it were legal to put a spy gam in her room. I was told that this was legal as long as it was not aimed facing the door. Grandma was in a private room. The camera I purchased resembled an alarm clock. There's no way that anyone would know its a camera without snooping around OR having a hidden device themselves. Within three days, I picked up enough on the camera to prove abuse/neglect. My Grandmother suffers from a femoral brake of her right leg. Caught on tape was an aide "slinging" her legs onto the bed, pulling her over on the bed BY HER NECK with one hand, giving her a SPONGE OFF on SHOWER day and washing her face with a washcloth that she had just used for her bottom. Grandma has a swallowing problem, but yet the aide would FILL her spoon and barely give her time to swallow. The call button was NOT within reach. There was NO ice or water left for her to have if she needed it. No matter WHAT time I visited, the same residents (at least six or seven) would be sitting along the wall in front of the nurses station; some awake propping themselves up; others hanging out of their wheelchairs. It was nothing for me to go by at 2am and find my Grandma lying in a soiled diaper. On video, there is one night where NO-ONE entered her room for almost SEVEN HOURS!! I was approached by the Administrator about four days after I placed the "clock.". He told me that "housekeeping was cleaning and came across what they believe is some type of camera device.". (right)....I admitted to having the camera in her room and the fact that I had asked the AG's Office. I was told that I needed to remove it instantly from the facility or remove my Grandmother. (Seems my camera made them a little nervous). I did remove the camera; only to keep peace until I found somewhere else for her to go. Fortunately though, three days later, my sweet Grandmother became very sick and I TOLD THEM I wanted her sent to the hospital. She was transferred and is still in the hospital with double pneumonia and congestive heart failure. I HAD Zto choose a rating star to move on. This is the ONLY resin I chose a one. Otherwise, I wouldn't have rated it at all.
About Brandon Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Brandon Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is a nursing home in Brandon, MS that provides patients with skilled nursing care as well as private or shared accommodations.for more details on housing, services, and rates.
Features of Brandon Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Medicare (ratings last updated: 06/16/17)
- Medicare Provider Number: 255106
- Ownership Type: For Profit Limited Liability Company
- Date Certified: 05/01/2017
- Resident Capacity: 230
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