Reviews of Willow Tree Manor
June 16, 2017
My parents are in willow tree I'm not happy at all about the place workers are nice but niceness don't get the job done .when I go there they never have no water on tray my mom has felled out of bed twice thank god she didn't get hurt our dad feet and legs r really swollen we told them what he needed but had wait Dr come in he ordered iv lax is plus up his meds that he takes for swelling but I called in there tonight talk to his nurse Dr never put in a order for the iv laxis they never stay on top of things they say this is going happen than next day never did ..if I had any thing to do with this they would had never been put in this facility so hoping this other nursing facility will be having a room for both of them real soon .
April 25, 2016
I visited this facility
My sister and I like Willow Tree Manor. It's closer than driving to Annandale or Alexandria. I moved her to be closer and everything seems to be going fine. The place is OK. It's not home, but the staff is very friendly. I like it a lot. They have regular activities for all sorts of things. Sometimes I take my sister out to lunch or we just play cards or watch TV, but I think she's happy. She has a bed by her window, and we dressed it up a little with curtains. They're flexible in how you fix up your room or which way to turn your bed. The food is not bad; better than what we had. They aim to please because my sister had all sorts of options as a vegetarian. They spoke with her, and she gets what she wants to eat. I'd say this place made me comfortable, free of concern, and happy for my sister. They had activities like an Easter egg hunt, cooking, games, and exercises. They keep people busy. The managers and all of the staff have been very helpful, friendly, and down-to-earth. It is a lovely place for people to be in
September 23, 2012
I am a friend or relative of resident
nurses and cna aides are wonderful except there are not enough aides. sometimes have to wait half hour to hour to get help getting onto pot or into bed. plus have to wait many days to actually see a doctor 11-14 days sometimes. food is great. they need more help. poor cna's are run ragged.
Features of Willow Tree Manor
Medicare (ratings last updated: 06/16/17)
- Medicare Provider Number: 515156
- Ownership Type: For Profit Corporation
- Date Certified: 05/01/2017
- Resident Capacity: 104
About Willow Tree Manor
Willow Tree Manor is a nursing home in Charles Town, WV that provides patients with skilled nursing care as well as private or shared accommodations.for more details on housing, services, and rates.
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