Reviews of Marlora Post Acute Rehab Hosp
February 28, 2014
I am/was a resident of this facility
I was at Marlora Post Acute Rehab Hospital and it was terrible. I was only there for three days and they threw my cellphone in the washing machine. My room is freezing cold so I was in and out of the bathroom a lot and that's very uncomfortable. They play bingo but none of the money went to us. It went to some accounting for them to buy snacks for us, but the food was not really good. They had too many residents to watch out for. One staff would have 15 patients to take care of.
November 16, 2012
I visited this facility
Marlora is a Post Acute Rehab Hospital that offers a skilled nursing environment. It is located at a good and easy to find location with wheelchair accessibility. The environment of this facility is like a breath of fresh air; appears to be newly renovated in cream and gentle green tones. The receptionist is always very helpful; protocol requires each visitor to sign in for safety and security reasons. The nursing staff is helpful and willing to assist visitors or family members with their loved ones. This facility is always well maintained, clean, comfortable, and has a quiet and orderly atmosphere. One favorite feature of this facility is the courtyard located in the center of the facility. The patients who are ambulatory or wheelchair bound can enjoy fresh air and sunshine in the friendly surroundings of the courtyard. I would feel confident to recommend this facility to anyone seeking above average care for their family members.
August 05, 2011
This facility, which has about 150 beds, is on a busy business street, but the entrance is nice and welcoming. The inside lobby is beautiful, with high-backed chairs and other elegant furniture. There is a nursing station at the front, staffed with knowledgeable staff members who greet people when they come in. The rooms are of a nice size"”most have two people in them, some have three. There is plenty of room, but shared bathrooms. There is also a nice outside patio where residents and guests can gather. The activities director delivers a newsletter and schedule of activities every single day"”and the offerings, which begin early and end at 5 pm, are many and varied. The administrators and director of nursing and doctor all come to talk with patients daily. They are all very attentive"”and the CNAs are especially patient and caring, encouraging patients to be as independent as possible and to try things on their own. One of the best parts of Marlora is the physical therapy department. The therapists are just the most personable people, and they know how to anticipate and accommodate personal needs. For example, one of the therapists found some kittens and brought them in to be socialized, which the patients just loved. They take the time and effort to get to know the patients"”and even the patients' friends. They also go the extra five miles in teaching patients how to move and readjust before they are released. The food is good. The kitchen staff is quick to accommodate people, even picky eaters, with specific requests and needs. They also visit patients and ask to attend to any special requests. Three snacks a day are offered"”along with popcorn during movie night. The cost for most people is covered by insurance; there are also Medicare/Medi-Cal beds.
Features of Marlora Post Acute Rehab Hosp
- Resident Capacity: 99
About Marlora Post Acute Rehab Hosp
Marlora Post Acute Rehab Hosp is a nursing home in Long Beach, CA 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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