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Grand Boulevard Health and Rehabilitation Center

138 Sandestin Lane , Miramar Beach, FL 32550

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Reviews of Grand Boulevard Health and Rehabilitation Center in Miramar Beach, Florida

1.8

(10 reviews)

  • Facility

    1.2

  • Staff

    1.2

  • Food

    2.0

  • Activities

    1.3

  • Value

    1.2

btrudeau

1

December 22, 2021

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

Worst care I have seen, the staff gives medication without getting orders from a doctor. The staff cannot recognize a medical emergency. My mother was there for 2 weeks she had stroke symptoms on 2 occasions and the staff had to be told both times she needed to be sent out. Unfortunately, she didn't make it the second time. Not a good place.

Tinkertoy1

1

October 21, 2020

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

The state seriously needs to check this place out a little further. My Dad, with early dementia was admitted there after heart issues at the hospital for rehabilitation/therapy. We would call to check on him or talk to him and the phones would ring for 5 minutes without an answer. They are observing very strict COVID rules. Therefore, we could not truly tell what kind of treatment he was receiving. We felt helpless after phone conversations in which he would beg us to come get him. He said that he was cold and only provided a sheet, he was thirsty, hungry and handled roughly. He is quite frail. His med list was ignored, he has celiac disease and cannot have gluten. He was fed whatever they had and has paid for it. We finally got him transferred and he is much happier. Do not take your loved ones here!!!

bugeyedgal13

1

April 1, 2020

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

Please, stay away. Within 4 hours of my mother being admitted she "fell" she was not to be left unsupervised as she was a transfer from a local hospital and very disoriented.

JaniceM

2

July 17, 2019

I am/was a resident of this facility

• Meals have been, in Janice’s experience, to a large degree, inedible because of being cold, lacking margarine or butter, and no offers of condiments which are generally always on the delivery carts. Asking for the meal to be reheated was sometimes successful, other times not. We understand that she has been on a renal diet, which frankly sucks, but is it not better to have the patient eat SOMETHING rather than refuse to eat at all? Not suggesting ignoring the prescribed diet, but occasionally they should be able to have a more liberalized choice. This was the case when she was at UAB and Lakeshore, but both of those facilities seemed to have higher staffing levels, or a better patient to staff ratio and, generally speaking, were FAR more responsive to their patients. • In the case of taking the word of staff over patients, staff always wins. One case in point was the issue about Janice refusing to take a shower, an event that I witnessed that did not happen as discussed on June 5th. • Promises to schedule showers on specific days do not happen unless I or Janice pushed the issue. In just short of 7 weeks as a patient, Janice received 4 showers. • Some CNAs and nurses are exceptionally good; I can’t praise Gretchen and Reba enough. Gretchen and Reba are consistent and caring…. always (in our experience.) Donna is excellent in following up on patient needs and “fixing” problems. Always cheerful and positive. • Not being able to make a timely exit after 4 pm due to “door alarms” is particularly annoying. I understand the need to keep dementia patients from wandering out of the building, but it is no less annoying. Don’t have any suggestions for an alternative. • Finally, it will be interesting to see what the CT scan results are after having complained about Janice’s’ chest pains and coughing for the past 4 weeks with no definitive action taken until she is discharged. • One particular annoyance was why I had to, for nearly 4 weeks, drive from the north side of the bay to GB to take Janice for dialysis when another GB patient was being transported for her appointment (scheduled about 10 minutes prior to Janice’s). This resulted in an extra 58 mile round trip for me 3 days a week. The past two weeks, GB has been transporting Janice with the other GB patient to the same treatment site. • Gastrointestinologist's office finally called a week or so after discharge. Asked if Janice had had a colonoscopy in the past 5 years, Janice said she did abut three years agos. Janice would told that she would have to see that doctor, they would not schedule an appointment as requested by GB.

elle42

1

January 21, 2018

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

Poorly managed nursing home facility. High staff turn over.Everytime I visit my dear friend there,they don’t have enough staff. Unhappy residents. They need to improve the facility.

Rhonda877380

4

October 10, 2016

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

I placed my mother into Grand Boulevard Health & Rehab Center today. She is in the nursing home part. I know very little about it, but the location is very convenient for me so I can go and check on her daily. That’s one of the main reasons I wanted that location. What they serve my mother at lunch looks really nice. It is good. Her room is semi-private, and it has a bed. It has a bath that they share, and you can bring your own television and some things from home. So far, everyone has been very nice. I just dropped my mother off there. Everyone seemed nice. It was the weekend staff. Everyone seemed very helpful. I really don’t know that much about the facility because I just got there, but it was clean, the food looked great, and everyone was nice to my mother -- which were the right features for me.

lilredridinghood

1

August 5, 2015

I am a friend or relative of resident

I was dropping a parent off and entered to find no staff to greet me- just 3 or 4 patients tied into wheelchairs flopped sideways, others siting in their chairs drooling, it was sad and depressing...to get to the Rehab part one must travel through the long term stay part of the facility. Eventually located a staff member who told me to walk the rest of the hall to find "Mary Ann" and hand her the papers from the hospital. This place turned out to be so bad I refused to let my teenager walk through what I had walked through. We had NO choice but to leave our loved one at the time and believe me, after the way they treated our parent we got them out as fast as we could. They did NOT follow doctor's orders, set my expectations as to updates and never followed them, barely returned calls unless I called repeatedly, NEVER notified me when they had to send my parent to E.R.- how would you like to have to track your loved one down? STAY AS FAR AWAY FROM THIS FACILITY AS POSSIBLE. We filed formal complaints. As long as they get their money from the source, they do not care about the patient. That is my right to a legal opinion and is not libel.

Roxanne32550

1

February 26, 2013

I am a friend or relative of resident

If I could give this facility 1/2 a star I would. Never have enough CNA's available and there are some that should not even be working there. Relative no longer a resident. Would never recommend to anyone. Wouldn't leave my pet here.

bevcpa

1

September 26, 2012

I am a friend or relative of resident

Poorly run, poorly maintained, poor communications with family, "pass the buck" mentality, scary dispensary procedures,

valdosta

5

July 20, 2010

Great care given

My mom was in the facility for a week. she was terminally ill.our family lives in Ga,so we took mom from the facility to her home in GA. We took care of her there until she passed away. The time mom spent at the nursing home was great. The staff was very caring ,and every one was very helpful in helping us get her back to Ga . our family is very greatful for such a wonderful staff. my moms name is Barbara Howren.Thank you to all that helped us and loved us on our heartbreaking days.Having such wonderful people was a blessing.Thank you all.The Barbara Howren family.

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Services and Amenities of Grand Boulevard Health and Rehabilitation Center in Miramar Beach, Florida

General

  • Resident Capacity: 97

Medicare

  • Health

    5.0

  • Overall

    5.0

  • Quality

    3.0

  • Staff

    4.0

Medicare Provider Number: 105601
    Ownership Type: For profit - Corporation
    Rating Date: 9/1/2023

About Grand Boulevard Health and Rehabilitation Center in Miramar Beach, Florida

Grand Boulevard Health and Rehab Center is a 97-bed skilled nursing facility with an attached seven-bed assisted living facility.

Located on the edge of Sandestin Resort (just west of Sacred Heart of the Emerald Coast Hospital and just east of the Grand Boulevard Shopping Center), Grand Boulevard Health and Rehabilitation Center is the Emerald Coast's choice for quality care and specialized geriatric rehabilitation.

Our goal is to restore residents to their highest possible level of independence through our exceptional rehabilitation program. Ours is a state-of-the-art facility where residents enjoy spacious rooms, extraordinary cuisine, personal laundry and housekeeping services, beauty and barber shop services, and daily activities catered towards individual interests. We have recently been awarded the Bronze Quality Award by the American Health Care Association.

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