Kindred Transitional Care and Rehabilitation - Greenbriar

55 Harris Road, Nashua, NH, 03062

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jackiesullivan March 25, 2015

I am a friend or relative of resident

Don't send your loved ones here. The Nursing to patient ratios are so low its dangerous. Nurses are leaving left and right and administration does not care about it in the least. Greenbrier was once an excellent facility however the newest directors are taking this place to a whole new low. The facility looks pretty but that's about it. Go somewhere else!


Caring105934150 February 11, 2015

I visited this facility

I looked at Greenbriar (Kindred Transitional Care and Rehabilitation), and everything looked good, but it was not going to accommodate the things that we needed. However, they had a rehab for the people who were off from surgery as it is a nursing home. They answered all my questions.


Joseph34 January 08, 2015

I visited this facility

Kindred Greenbriar was nice. It was well staffed. The first place I looked at I liked a little better, but this was a very cool second. They had it down to a very fine system. They were very efficient, yet you felt very comfortable when you walked in. The customer service was awesome. It was very well maintained. It was immaculate.


Leonard patrick December 14, 2014

I am a friend or relative of resident

This place is a ripoff. They billed medicare to the max,and after they lost my moms dentures refused to pay for them,refused to pay for one half the fee for new ones.


Deeply Grateful July 09, 2014

I am/was a resident of this facility

I recently had occasion to spend 4 wks at Kindred Transitional Care & Rehab -Greenbriar (KTCR-Grn). When I arrived, I had a violent case of intestinal issues and a very infected Venus Statis Ulcer on my right calf which I'd let go for over a year. The very qualified, experienced & kind doctors, nurses & aides on all 3 shifts provided me with excellent care. In fact, the wound care I received for the ulcer was so thorough, the plastic surgeon felt no skin graft would be necessary. Also, I had tied myself to an electric motorized power chair for over 2 yrs and could barely stand up on my own. Today, I can stand to do my dishes, vacuum and cook with only the use of manual walker for some support. As I continue on my road to independence from the "chair", I owe so much to the physical & occupational therapists at KTCRGrn who worked so dedicatedly with and for me. And during what could seem like hours of empty time in my room, the Activities ladies would show up with their smiles and invitations to join a group for Bingo or a musical performance in the Main Lobby. They would pick me up in my room for the activity and deliver me back, too. I never felt alone. I KNEW always that help of any kind at any time of the day or night was a close as my "call button". I don't want to omit mentioning the laundry staff who brought up my clean clothes with a cheerful greeting. If my parents were still alive, I wouldn't hesitate to place them in the care of these exceptional professionals at KTC&R-Grn.


linda48 April 18, 2013

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My husband's got dementia and is staying at the Kindred Transitional Care and Rehabilitation because it is the closest to where we live. The food is very good. They have entertainment coming in throughout the week, movies, Bingo and Blitz. The staff is very nice.


Friendofdementiapatient June 23, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

The nursing staff in this facility is second to none. They take very good care of the patients. Checking a patient out for an afternoon, lunch or a day is very simple provided you provide the staff with the necessary information such as destination, time of return, etc. The nursing staff is willing to answer any question that is asked by visitors (while protecting the patients' privacy) and treat each patient with utmost respect.From the patient point of view, we have been told several times that he is extremely well cared for. The staff members keep the patients active and involve them in games. This is above and beyond what many facilities that offer care for patients with dementia offer.Overall, this facility offers plenty of activities for patients, liberal visitation policies and they take excellent care of patients. Having been there to visit both in the rehabilitation area and the long term area, I rate their service as extraordinary.


maxton24 June 13, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

The facility is home based. Very clean and comfortable atmosphere. The staff is one of the best. They are right there lending a helping hand if they are needed.The facility is in a very good location and is near by. We do not have to travel far for the facility. The staff and very friendly the minute you walk through the door there is always someone there to great you. They come in and check to make sure the patient is comfortable.

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We provide specialized short-term rehabilitation, bridging the gap between hospital and home, as well as long-term care in a safe, compassionate environment that fosters independence and dignity.

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