Reviews of Manorcare at Lely Palms
May 31, 2017
I visited this facility
Manorcare at Lely Palms was very old, about 30 years old. It had very large bedrooms, but the place itself was dingy and dark. They should light up the place or put on lighter paint, and they should update. They had activities, but it was just too old fashioned for me. They had villas, and it was like having your own little house, but you have to go to the main building for the meals. The villas had kitchenettes and lanais. Only the 2-bedroom units had washer/dryer. If you are in the 1-bedroom, they had a Laundromat on every floor.
February 23, 2016
I am a friend or relative of a resident
My husband was in ManorCare first, then we had to transfer him because of Medicare and Medicaid, but he’s waitlisted to get back in there. The Northerners come down to Florida during the winter, so they take up the beds and reserve them about a year in advance. I have to wait for them to leave to get a bed back down here in my area. I thought it was great there. Everybody’s really great, which is the reason why it’s my first choice even though it’s a little further away than some of the other places.
July 13, 2012
I visited this facility
My experience with Manorcare at Lely Palms was a positive one. I found the staff to be polite, prompt and respectful. Everyone was very kind to my mother. I had the impression that they really cared about their patients. When we needed housekeeping services on the fly they were there quickly and did not make a big fuss over anything. They just got things cleaned up and moved on so she wasn't embarrassed. The facilities were clean, modern and in good repair. The halls reminded me of a hotel and the room was spacious. There was plenty of room for all of her things and she had a nice view as well. Although she didn't partake in any of the social activities I was happy and comforted to see that there were plenty of things for her to participate in if she felt so inclined. The meals were healthy and tailored to her specific dietetic needs. She always had someone checking in on her to ensure she had enough water and was comfortable. Overall it was a positive experience and I would recommend this facility to friends.
Features of Manorcare at Lely Palms
Medicare (ratings last updated: 06/16/17)
- Medicare Provider Number: 105499
- Ownership Type: For Profit Corporation
- Date Certified: 05/01/2017
- Resident Capacity: 117
About Manorcare at Lely Palms
Manorcare at Lely Palms is a nursing home in Naples, FL 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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