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"My grandmother is a current resident of Liberty Courts . She's been living there for five years .It was suggested that she go there from my mother's coworker. My grandmother was afraid at first...." More
"My mother was at The Watermark a couple of years ago. It was good. They are assisted living, but they also have a rehab. Our rehab experience with them was excellent. They had incredible physical..." More
"My mother was at PowerBack. They were excellent. They were great. They worked my mother, and they got her out of bed. They did everything they were supposed to. What I like about PowerBack was,..." More
"This facility provides little or no support with patient case management, medical liasion, and consistent patient care. Very difficult to deal with in terms of accomodation availability; patients..." More
"I work for a Guardian of a resident of Tucker House. My job is to assure that the people under the Guardian's care have the best quality of life possible. I am thoroughly impressed with Tucker..." More
"My sister went to Philadelphia Nursing Home. It was well kept, and they seemed to be on top of everything there. I had to walk through the hallway to get to her room. I think she was up on the 6th..." More
"The staff goes above the call of duty. I have witnessed staff purchasing resident dunking donuts for breakfast. The staff also responds quickly to the calls of residents.
The building is being..." More
"This place is not fit to care for anyone let alone an elderly man who is sickly. They left my father a functioning human laying in bed without a thought and no reachable buzzer for him to contact..." More
"I'm very satisfied with the staff and services of Renaissance Healthcare and Rehab. My father has been there for about two weeks now. It's very clean and the rooms are bright. He likes it and he..." More
"A gated entry leads onto Holy Family's property, separated from its urban surroundings by a stone wall. A glass-enclosed walkway connects the driveway to the building. The understated interior is..." More
"The area surrounding 58th St. Presbyterian Home is both residential and industrial. A tall fence, with stone parts dating back to the mid 1900s, surrounds the grounds. Several buildings house..." More
" Dissatisfaction with the proper attention/care provided to my 82 year old family member who has been residing at this facility for 3 weeks. My dissatisfaction lies in the lack of care for my..." More
"Bala Nursing and Retirement, a family-owned facility, stands on a busy road close to the major thoroughfares of Conshohocken and Belmont Avenues. Signage for the building is partially hidden by..." More
"Most of the staff was really kind, to me at least. You could sense that some of the people that worked directly with the patients on a day-to-day basis had a little less patience with some stranger..." More
"Mom is at Care Pavilion of Walnut Park for 4 months now. It's convenient for us. She has Dementia, they help her with that and they just give her medicine. I don't like the staff. There are lots of..." More
"While I have often heard tell of scary or dangerous situations in nursing homes, I never felt anything but comfort in Stapeley Manor. While my grandparents were residents there every effort was..." More
"This facility should be recommended to others who are looking for a nursing home for their relatives or theirself. The staff there are efficient, courtieous and polite. They have activities for..." More
"Proffesional staff knowledgable and supportive. Medical staff seeming patient and concerned about client care. Lower nursing staff should be expanded and better trained. Food limited in nutritional..." More
"My friend was in Germantown Home, and I think he was doing very well until they sent him home. They just said his 20 days were up, and they felt that he could manage alone. But he was pretty well..." More