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Loveland Village

2101 S Garfield Ave, Loveland, CO 80537

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4.23

(13 reviews)

Offers Continuing Care Communities, Nursing Homes, Assisted Living, and Independent Living

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Reviews of Loveland Village in Loveland, Colorado

4.23

(13 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.0

  • Staff

    4.0

  • Food

    3.5

  • Activities

    1.0

  • Value

    3.5

Rose

5

April 9, 2022

I visited this facility

We went to Loveland Village. The rooms were very nice. They had a beautiful dining room. They have a lot of things for the people that are living there. They have like a beauty salon, they have a coffee bar, they have snacks, and they have activities, and all the people there seemed just wonderful. They also have a good security system. It's clean, it's modern, and it would be a perfect place for my mom, but she just won't go somewhere. The rooms were modern, clean, and nice. They're perfect for somebody that is looking for an independent living community. They have an exercise room, and they have physical therapy and occupational therapy on site. They may even like a whirlpool bathtub. They serve three meals a day plus you can order snacks in your room. The only drawback to this place is that it is on the other side of town. People could bring their cars, but I think it might be hard for elderly people to get back into town, it's kind of far out there, so that's the only drawback. But they do offer transportation, too, so that's a plus.

heartbrokentoday

1

December 1, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My review is a tough one. The folks in independent living are well taken care of and the staff cater to their every need. For the money you pay it should be that way. When my mother fell ill and had to move from independent living to healthcare, the level of care drastically declined. There was little to no help. She waited hours to get help. We listened on the phone for over an hour while she cried in pain because no one would answer her call button. I have on tape one of the employees talking about the poor care and how they never see anyone from administration in that area like they do in independent living. The employee also said that they put covid patients in the healthcare area to keep them isolated from everyone but the residents like my mother had to suffer for it by being locked in their rooms for up to three weeks. She said she hated it there but had to do what she was told. My mothers mental health declined at GoodSams and she even said she was ready to go home to Jesus because she couldn’t handle the neglect any longer. This is a Christian facility but in this case they cared more about the bottom line then they did the people living in healthcare. I finally was able to move my mother. They treat her like their mother. They have three times the staff that GoodSams have. They clean her get her up and out of her room and even put ribbons in her hair. This is treating people with respect. I could go on but will end with a comment made by the nurse at Good Sams. I said my mother is physically and mentally dying here. She replied. That’s her choice and we are not going to interfere if she wants to do that. It’s not our job to save them. That sums up the care she received.

Dorothy

5

July 25, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

I had a friend who lived in Good Sam Loveland Village. I was impressed with her apartment; I thought it was very nice. I didn't have any interaction with the staff. I liked it because there are walking paths around the outside of it, and it seemed to be a nice place. It was fine; I didn't see anything bad about it. I got a glimpse of the dining area. She seemed to be satisfied with the food; she did not say anything bad about it.

Leslie

5

July 22, 2019

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My mother-in-law is in Loveland Good Samaritan for rehab, and it's been great . She enjoys the food, the staff she loves, and the rooms are good. She should be moving to assisted living this coming week. They've got several dining halls, a big restaurant, they've got a swimming pool, rec activities, but she's not taking part in that. They have taken very good care of her. It's clean, very nice, the people are nice, and everything is good.

Serious Visitor

5

August 31, 2017

I visited this facility

Good Samaritan was nice. I looked at the beautiful cottages. When somebody moves out they go in and redo everything, they even replace the carpets. The staff was nice and very helpful. We dropped in on them and they were nice enough to try and explain some stuff to us and talk to us about it. They were very busy and I thought they were going out of the way to accomodate us. It takes about two to three years to get in there, but once I learned about the complicated finance of things, I thought it was not for me. The cottages were beautiful. Your outside deck has a view of the mountains, trees, and even water fountains. It was just gorgeous. The cottages were 2-bedrooms. They have a large front room, and a kitchen. They're very nice and modern with sliding glass doors to the back. The showers were nice, too. They were more like a small home, but very roomy. We walked through the main building. It had elevators and there was also a library. The place was clean and spotless.

Caring Visitor123517650

5

May 11, 2016

I visited this facility

We picked Good Samaritan at Loveland. It was progressive, which was one of the top things about it for us. We just like it. The staff iwas very accommodating and very friendly. The room was very nice, very clean, and a very good size.

Sue121219550

3

February 29, 2016

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My father was in Good Samaritan Society. They did not care about the people there nearly as much as they do where he is now.

anonymous103403350

3

May 27, 2015

I visited this facility

Good Samaritan Society seemed nice and clean. It did not seem like a place that my dad would enjoy so much because they had a lot of activities. It was a very busy place. I would say it was better for people who are more social. The dining room seemed really nice, but no one was eating there at the time of my visit. They had activities like bingo. I would say their nursing home facility is a little bit old and could be updated.

rosie71255

5

October 31, 2014

I visited this facility

Good Samaritan in Loveland Village is a much bigger place and more spread out, however my mother likes the other facility which is a little smaller. The place was as just as well cared for as the other facility. People there were very helpful on all the visits we made. Security seemed to be the same as with the other facility.

Caring66539050

4

April 30, 2014

I visited this facility

My parents were at Good Samaritan for a number of years. I did eat there with several friends, and the food was good. They have assisted living, and they also have available more care, like these people need a lot of care there. There are homes there that are owned by the people who live in them, so they're part of the community. The staff seemed fine and was really gracious. We talked to two members of the staff, and they also have facilities for taking people to go shopping or whatever. I like the variety of living arrangements that they have. It's one that would be considered.

Caring12182

5

October 9, 2013

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Good Samaritan Society was a good place. They had good care and the food was decent too. My friend had an apartment and she did not complain about anything. She was fine and happy there.

pizzaforthewin33

4

July 5, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

The staff was always super nice and seemed to be caring. The facilities in the nursing home reminded me of a hospital, I didn't like visiting. I don't really have another nursing home to compare it to though, so I don't know what it's supposed to be like. The assisted living area was nice though, looked like normal apartments. They would always call us when something was wrong. It was an awful call to get, but I guess what I'm saying is they were on top of everything. The doctors seemed to be knowledgeable and fill my parents in on their opinions of what medicines or surgeries to under take. I'm getting really sad thinking about this, though. Nursing homes in general are horrible. I don't mean that they mistreat people, just the idea of going to a place to die. I really don't know what else to say. It was a clean place, the staff was friendly, looked a little too much like a hospital for my taste. They had a bird cage in the common area where residents could watch TV and play piano, or look at the birds. That's always stuck with me for some reason. Oh, and once a week they would bring in dogs and cats for the residents to pet. That was nice.

abby2010

5

May 5, 2011

Friend or relative of resident

Good Samaritan Village was my mother's home for a few years, until she became unable to care for herself. It's a beautiful facility with excellent, caring staff, very good food, and lots of interesting activities and outings arranged for the residents. My mother had her own small but nice apartment with a lovely view. She was quite happy here and availed herself of many of the activities, even some she shouldn't have been involved with, such as a male residents' meeting! But no one denied her her fun. This is a very well-run facility.

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Services and Amenities of Loveland Village in Loveland, Colorado

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • 2-bedroom apartments
  • Companion Suites: No
  • Studio Apartments
  • Detached Homes

Dining options

  • In Room Kitchens
  • Dining Room Shared Meals

Features

  • Beauty Barber Shop
  • Resident Transportation
  • Garden And Patio
  • Resident Parking
  • Pool

Medicare

  • Health

    3.0

  • Overall

    3.0

  • Quality

    4.0

  • Staff

    4.0

Medicare Provider Number: 065139
    Ownership Type: Non profit - Corporation
    Rating Date: 9/1/2023

About Loveland Village in Loveland, Colorado

Refund Plans: 100% of Entrance Fee; 80% Refund (Price: lower monthly fees) . Assisted Living and Nursing Care on Fee-For-Service basis.

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