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Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home

3084 Mount Carmel Road, Hampton, GA 30228

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3.97

(34 reviews)

Offers Assisted Living and Memory Care
Top rated on Caring.com

2016

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Reviews of Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home in Hampton, Georgia

3.97

(34 reviews)

  • Facility

    3.5

  • Staff

    4.2

  • Food

    4.6

  • Activities

    4.5

  • Value

    4.6

Top rated on Caring.com

2016

Janet

4

December 18, 2022

I visited this facility

We went to Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home. The room my mother was going be placed in was real nice, and it was already furnished. We didn't have to provide furniture. We only met with the doctor that owns it, and he was very nice. We didn't have any interaction with the staff because at that particular time, the residents were eating lunch. All the staff was involved with feeding and what have you. The dining area looked nice. The rooms were very nice. When you first come in to the place, it was kind of outdated. It needed some work. They had sitting rooms and different church groups that come in for them. They take them out on trips. They have quite a few activities for them. The outdoor area was nice, clean, and well taken care of. The doctor (owner) knew exactly what he was talking about, and he was very knowledgeable.

Heather

4

June 22, 2022

I visited this facility

Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home was very comfy. It was a little older, but it felt like a home instead of a typical facility. It was decorated in a way that would remind the residents of their homes or when they were younger adults, and I kind of liked that. Pat was very nice and very welcoming. She understood memory care, which impressed me a lot. She was really sweet and she had worked there for over 20 years. So, she's been there quite a while. Then the owner, who was a doctor, was very nice as well. They both seem to understand the needs of people with cognitive impairment, because it's a difficult decision to move somebody into a memory care facility and they were very understanding. They have private and semi-private rooms so that you can have a roommate or you can have your own room. They were very flexible and very willing to work with you. You can bring your own furniture or use theirs. They have three planned meals per day, but residents can go anytime they're hungry. If they want a snack, they just go to the dining area and there's always someone there to get them a snack or make them one. Everybody that was on site that day were all out, either watching T.V or outside gardening. So, there were a lot of things going on. People weren't just sitting in their rooms doing nothing. I think some were also playing a game in one area.

Teresa

3

May 18, 2022

I visited this facility

I went and visited Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home. That was the least favorite one out of the three that I went to. They had one TV in the place, and the residents were just there. It didn't seem like they tried to motivate them to do anything or whatever, besides just giving them their medicines and letting them just sit there and look at the TV. I didn't like that one at all. The facility looked nice as far as the rooms and stuff, but as far as the care for the patients, I didn't care for that. It looked like it was little assisted and memory care because some of the patients seemed like they were just out of it. It seemed like they kept up the inside of the place. The rooms were nice sized. The owner assisted me during the tour, he was a doctor, and he took me through the facility. He was nice, and he went over everything. The rooms looked like they have been kept up. The inside looked better than the exterior. However, I think they should have more things for the residents to do because it just seemed like they were just there wasting whatever was left of their lives, and I didn't want that for my uncle.

Irma

3

April 21, 2022

I visited this facility

The rooms at Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home looked fair. They were clean and presentable. The bathroom was not exactly wheelchair-accessible, but it was OK. They had a sort of patio that's concrete with a few plants in pots around the edge. They have been renovated for quite a while, so it was nice. They just didn't seem to be doing anything with the seniors. I only saw people sitting around watching TV during my visit.

Diane

4

March 20, 2022

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

My uncle likes being in Mount Carmel Personal Homecare a lot, and he's very happy. The food is good and the people that run it are kind, caring people. It's an old place but it's comfortable. The furnishings are like these people grew up with, in my opinion, that's why they're comfortable there because it's like where they grew up. They have all leather there, that's nice. It's 35 years old and it looks like it's 35 years old. The place is very clean, and they clean the room every day. He plays the piano and they sing, they have church services. He goes to a chiropractor every week and there's a person that takes him there. We have to pay like $15 an hour, but it's well worth it. It's cozy, homey, and not like the modern places that you see today. They check on him every morning, they check on him every night and he goes to breakfast. He comes back and his bed is made. His room's been clean.

Jane

4

March 4, 2022

I visited this facility

My father-in-law is moving to Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home. It was clean, quiet, and the grounds were well-kept. The staff was welcoming and sympathetic to the situation. I know that they offer a barber service once a month. They have a courtyard, a lawn, and gardens.

Terry

5

March 1, 2022

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

We chose Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home, because it is owned by a doctor, who's a senior as well, and so he kind of has an idea of what the residents are going through. He's compassionate about them, and I like that. They have a staff that watches them 24/7. If one of the residents needs more care, they're able to provide it because it's not overcrowded. The staff seem to be passionate about the seniors. Some of the activities they do helps keep their minds active. I like that they get them together, make them sit around the table, introduce themselves, and interact with each other. I liked that the rooms and the bedspreads make it feel like a Southern home living. They check on them through the night and do everything for them, from cleaning them to washing/combing my sister's hair, to assisting them with their personal care. When you go visit them, they tell you how well they're doing or if they see anything that may be concerning, they'll let us know and give us a call. She says that the food is good. If I go visit them during meal times, they'll invite me to dinner with them. It was good, too. It's not the most modern facility, but it's very clean.

Gwen

4

February 22, 2022

I visited this facility

When I visited Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home, the people were so friendly. One lady even met us at the gate to make sure we got in OK. It was very clean, and very quiet. The people that we saw there seemed happy enough. They just seemed satisfied. The people who work there spoke to the people who were residents. They didn't just walk by and ignore them, they spoke to them, and maybe touched them on the arm or something like that. It was really caring, they were super. Everything was so clean. Even the rooms that we saw were just so clean. The kitchen was clean. It seemed a little small to me to be doing all that cooking, but I guess they manage. They have snacks throughout the day if they just want a snack. It was very nice. The furniture was very nice. It was like overstuffed leather sofas, and they just looked so comfortable and clean. They do have a beauty salon. I didn't see a chapel, but in the paper that they gave me they did talk about religious services. I was glad of that. They did have rehab and activities. They go outside for some activities, exercise, and stuff to keep them busy. I was really impressed. I was a little anxious, a little nervous, but they helped me through that, too. There was a lot of questions. They asked if I had any questions, but I couldn't think of anything then. I called them earlier, to ask my questions, left a message, and let them get back with me.

Betty

5

January 29, 2022

I visited this facility

My daughter and I went to Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home and we were very pleased with the place. We couldn't find anything that we didn't like. It seems homey, there are not that many people in there, but it's just enough not to be overcrowded. The rooms were clean and spacious, and we were very pleased. The owner of the place is a doctor himself, he gave us the tour and we were very pleased. We met their cook and the lady who's been there for 25 years, and we were pleased just like with everything. They have activities like chair exercising, music, and gospel. We like the facility because they had a lot of green plants around everywhere, pictures, it wasn't dreary, it was nice and homey, so we like that.

Eddie

4

December 17, 2021

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

My wife has moved into Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home. It all seems that they're paying attention and doing their jobs as far as I can tell. I went in several times unannounced just to make sure of that, and so far, everything seems to be good. The upkeep probably needs a little more attention. It seems to be that the temperature in the whole building is not the same. I know in the room where my wife is, it's an individual room, and that room seems to be a little cooler than other rooms. We wear masks every time we go in there. Some of the staff wear masks and some of them don't.

Valencia

3

November 14, 2021

I visited this facility

I went to look at Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home. The people were all sitting down and watching TV. It was too quiet to my liking. They have a TV room and dining room. I only spoke to one person. The other staff members were sitting outside in this little courtyard area, while the other room was unattended. They were all taking breaks at the same time.

James

3

October 17, 2021

I visited this facility

Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home was OK. It wasn't anything spectacular. They did say they furnish the furniture in the room. The place needed to be updated, and it needed some renovations. The staff was informative. They told everything that needed to be told about the type of care they will receive, and everything else for the seniors.

Linda

4

October 12, 2021

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

My mother-in-law has moved into Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home. The layout is fine. It's easy to access and facilitate her getting in there. They made the transition very easy, so it was fine. The staff was great. The rooms were moderate. I'm just seeing them watching TV pretty much. The rooms are fine, and the dining is fine. It's an older facility than most, but they are doing some add-ons. Value is about average of what most of the assisted living facilities are. They are clean. The times that I have businesses there, there were no activities going on, and I wasn't there a long period of time.

Beverly

4

September 9, 2021

I visited this facility

I thought Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home was very nice. I toured their assisted living facility yesterday. It was clean and it was up to date. The people were very friendly. The staff and everybody there were very nice. There seemed to be, for me, a lot of people with dementia. I don't have dementia so I didn't like that. They also didn't have a lot of activities for somebody like me. They had just finished lunch when I went in. I was hoping I would see that but I didn't. From the way they talked though, it seemed like they offered snacks in between meals and stuff like that, and that sounded good. They had a lawn and they had a walking trail so some people could use that. I didn't see anything else other than a TV room and it's very nice. The place was out in the country and it was very comfortable. The grounds were also well taken care of.

Joann

3

August 19, 2021

I visited this facility

We went to Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home. The outside looks really nice, and the inside was clean. It's an older community, but it was clean. I got information for the day care, but I did not see any day-care activities. Overall, it wouldn't be a fit for my mother. The rooms were OK, but it just wouldn't be a good fit for my mother.

Katie

4

August 8, 2021

I visited this facility

I toured Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home. It was pretty much a great experience being that the administrator of the facility was very experienced. Everybody in there was a memory care patient. We were just walking through and seeing the patients being very open and very vulnerable. He seemed like he knew how to take care of them. The patients were touchy, but yet they had the freedom to do that. It was a pretty small facility. He showed me a couple of rooms and the rooms were very nice and clean. And I think the fact that he had 30 years of experience with memory care, and he knew so much about the medical needs of patients with memory care sort of fascinated me. I think that my brother would fit in. I saw a menu in the book, and it seemed like the food was pretty well. I did not observe activities, but I did see an activity room where activities take place. The person was very knowledgeable, very professional, warm, and receiving.

Kadasha

3

July 10, 2021

I visited this facility

Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home was a smaller residence for someone who is needing memory care and is transitioning from home to a facility. So it's fantastic for them because there are several little places for people to sit and talk, and not a big place. So, someone who needs memory care might find it cozy and comforting. So that's what I like about that. Assisted living and memory care are in one place and there's no distinction. It's an older residence so there's some scarring and there's some construction going on outside. If you were looking for a memory care facility for someone who is in the advanced stages of dementia, and needing to transition from a home, that would be the place to go. The person I spoke to was very knowledgeable, he might have been a director, he was very helpful. But I don't feel like at this point my dad's condition is quite ready for such a restrictive environment. And unlike the other two places that I toured, when I said all that about my dad, they agreed with me and the director at Mt. Carmel was the only one that had tried to convince me of the opposite. The residents were about to sit down to what looked like a midday meal. We went past the kitchen and they explained to me that because it's such a small residence, they serve 10 people at a time, and you end up having the same dining companions. I thought it was really cool because it will make you feel like a home resident. But my dad is not yet at that level, and my mom would not be able to live with him. Because she would have to qualify to be there as well, and she won't because she doesn't have those difficulties. They have some courtyards and areas for the residents to sit in, but inside it's older including some of the furniture.

Lisa

1

July 10, 2021

I visited this facility

Mount Carmel Personal Home was not good. It was old. It was dark. There was carpeting and it had an odor. There were many, many memory care residents that had severe dementia, and I didn't like it. I didn't like the setup. I didn't like it at all. It looked like one, big, winding, dark, old area, and they could walk around. The physician that I talked to was very knowledgeable. It was just the facility, and the fact that there were so many residents. Mount Carmel had like thirty residents, and then the patient to caregiver ratio was ridiculous.

George

4

June 19, 2021

I visited this facility

Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home was very nice. Everything was very clean, nice, and neat. The people who assisted me were very nice too. They seemed very informed about the needs of others. I wasn't able to check on their amenities, but they just said we'd have to bring a list of medications.

Debbie

5

March 31, 2020

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

We love Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home. They're doing a wonderful job. We actually transferred our mom there and she's now with our father, so it's worked out very well. They have activities like bible study and the usual bingo. Their food looks very good, and my mom and dad enjoy it. The staff members are wonderful people. They have a huge room, they both have their own closets, dressers, and beds. It's wonderful. This community is very caring and the staff really takes good care of the residents. They have many different places that people can gather to sit and talk and be by themselves.

Ann

3

March 14, 2020

I visited this facility

We visited Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home, but it was just a little too far. The owner/operator gave us a tour, it was an older place, and it had like a mold. It was small, dated, and you can tell it was an old facility. The tour though was very well done, and I had a meal there. It had a homey feeling, too.

Janet

3

May 31, 2019

I visited this facility

I did not particularly like Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home. It was not spacious, and I did not like the atmosphere. The place was clean, but it felt a little tight when you walk in, and there were people sitting all around. The staff was very informative and courteous.

Jewel

5

February 27, 2019

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

Mom has moved into Mt. Carmel. They really know how to deal with memory care patients. They're trained specifically for that. The décor is dated somewhat, but it is very clean. The rooms are decorated with antiques, so for someone my mother's age, this is what she is used to and this is familiar to her, so it is actually a good thing. It has a much more homey feel. It seems more like a family environment. I have only eaten there twice and the food is southern country cooking. I am impressed with their activities. They do lots of word games. Everything they do is structured to help their memory stay sharp and for them not to lose anymore of what they have already lost. They engage the residents throughout the day. They don't leave them alone. I feel good about that. My mom is very happy there. She is much happier there than at the last place.

Lisa

3

January 7, 2019

I visited this facility

I visited Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home, I wasn't overly impressed with it, but it's a home for people with Alzheimer's. It was clean, older than what I'd like to be, and didn't quite look like the internet picture. They're nice, though. When I got there, most of the residents were watching TV or talking to visitors. When it was lunch time, they sat them all together to have lunch. They were pretty good, gave a little tour, and gave me information. It was kind of business-like.

Wanda

5

December 9, 2018

I visited this facility

Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home specializes in memory care and it's only one story. There's just no availability for a husband and wife. They put two people to a room, which is semi-private. They put the males with the males and the females with the females, and we do not want to split our parents up. Stephanie, the girl who we speak with there, was wonderful and very caring. They don't just move people around to accommodate more people coming in. They were very considerate. We liked their pricing and we liked the facility itself. It is an older building, but all the residents there seemed very happy. We saw a few residents that were a little confused and the way the staff handled them was wonderful. They handled them with dignity, and they were right on top of things, making sure that the residents were comfortable and not upset. We liked the staff and we liked the lease that they have there. I saw a person in the parking lot picking up their father and she said they loved it. Their father was happy there and she was really pleased with the progress that her dad was making. It's a sought after place. They were undergoing renovations when we visited.

Don C.

5

April 17, 2018

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

My mom was in Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home. The staff was really good and helpful. It's a nice place, they have semi-private rooms, two dining rooms, different social areas, like TV rooms, and places where they can walk inside. They have people that come in and entertain, and they play the piano and let the people participate. They try hard to have social activities for the residents.

Rhonda

5

August 23, 2017

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

My dad is in Mount Carmel and everything's good for him. It's close to our home, and it's definitely for dementia and Alzheimer's patients. They do a pretty good job, he's eating all the time, and he likes it. They've got a good staff and they've all been there a long time. They sing, play piano, get together in the common area, play together, and watch TV.

Joann560764

4

August 17, 2016

I visited this facility

Mount Carmel is very nice. It’s an older place, but they have done quite a lot of renovations. The owner is a retired physician. I really liked the rooms because they were wonderful and had really nice beds.

MichaelBUULK

5

May 11, 2016

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Everything is going well with my mom at Mount Carmel. So far, it is the best place we found. We started off with the adult daycare to acclimate her, then we moved to two nights a week, then three nights, then a full week. Everything has been excellent. The people are fine. The food seems to be more than adequate, and I know my mom is eating well there. I will recommend them.

Bonnie105897550

5

May 13, 2015

I am a friend or relative of a resident

We ended up going with Mount Carmel Personal Care Home; it’s right down the street from us. The people are friendly and nice. The care is good; the staff is very caring. The facility is clean; the food is good. They have music and some exercise classes. They do karaoke sometimes, too.

Laura104428550

4

April 18, 2015

I visited this facility

I like some of the security features at Mount Carmel Personal Care Home. It was superb. The residents have their secured bracelets or necklaces on. The moment they get to the door, the alarm goes on, and it locks immediately. I love that, and it is just fabulous. The residents were not quite as engaged as there weren't many activities over there. It was a little calmer, but they seemed comfortable and happy. It just wasn’t as quite as active as we would like. Their cafeteria is wonderful. They have a lot of common areas that are quiet and peaceful as well as well lit.

Jon P.

5

January 22, 2015

I visited this facility

I visited Mt. Carmel a few weeks ago. After visiting several assisted living facilities around Atlanta I was pleasantly supposedly to find a facility where the residents appeared lively. After speaking with the Administrator I learned that Mt. Carmel works directly with a resident's doctor to properly manage their prescriptions so that residents are engaged and not simply drugged. it was amazing to see so many Alzheimers residents engaged in daily activities and socializing with each other. I am confident this is the facility that will allow my mother-in-law to regain a part of life that she has been missing for quite some time.

happygoer

5

December 4, 2012

I visited this facility

The staff was very kind and worked well with the patients. Many of the patient I noticed had to be hand fed and the nurses were very efficient and kind to each person. The lunch was fantastic and I was happy they had enough food. Many of the other patients seemed happy and content. My grandmother enjoyed getting to see us and have lunch. Outside the facility I noticed they had a walking track for the patient and a very calm dog. I thought this was a great idea. One gentleman asked me to help him open the door so he could enjoy being outside. My grandmothers room was kept very clean she had a spacious bathroom and a TV to keep her entertained with all her amenities from home. She was given the option of a roommate to make it more affordable. Overall I had a great experience and my grandmother is happy.

CogWildBendOregon

4

April 19, 2012

I visited this facility

I thought the facility was very neat and clean. The nurses and doctors who work there are very patient and kind to the residents. I spoke to a few of them and they felt like they were in their own home because of how comfortable it was there. The visitation rules they have there are lenient so it allows the residents family to come and go as they please, of course with some restriction. The cost of living there is among the lowest in the area. After researching, I found there were maybe one or two other assisted living homes that were lower in costs than Mount Carmel. As far as recreation, it is simple due to the condition of the residents, whether it is physical or mental. They also have pet therapy for Alzheimer's patients which I thought was innovative and comforting. The residents looked to be happy and healthy.

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About Mt. Carmel Personal Care Home in Hampton, Georgia

Mount Carmel Personal Care home is a memory care home that specializes in Alzheimer’s and Dementia care that was established in 1986 by retired physician, Dr. Khouri. We pride ourselves on having over 25 years of experience and being one of the finest, most established and affordable Alzheimer’s and memory care facilities in Henry County and the south metro Atlanta area. Our goal at Mount Carmel is to provide a secure and caring home where senior adults can gracefully live with dignity, comfort and the assurance that help is always available. The homelike setting is enhanced by the friendly attitude and devotion of our staff; all of which contribute to a low stress environment that encourages socialization and family involvement. Our home has been carefully designed to accommodate the resident, specifically those with memory impairments, Alzheimer’s disease and Dementia. We offer both private and semi-private rooms and is staffed 24 hours a day seven days a week. Please visit our website at http://www.mountcarmelassistedliving.com/services-fees/ for a full list of of services offered.

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