Munster Med-inn

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7935 CALUMET AVENUE, Munster, IN 46321
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Nursing Home Reviews for Munster Med-inn

February 25, 2019

By Lauriann

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

My father was a resident here about five years ago for three months. All was fine then. Clean and had people that really cared. Unfortunately he needed rehab again. This is here he wanted to return. He had also been in symphony and Hartsfield. Those places were excellent except his insurance was no longer accepted. So he had no choice. He has only been in three days and seven out of nine meals were ice cold. He sent them back or ate ice cold meals. They could not take the time to check. They would drop it off and run. Wish there were other places that he could go to. They even saw candy on his dresser and would help them selves. Oh how places change. The room was clean though. The only good part was the therapy staff.

July 24, 2018

By KrisW633

I visited this facility

I came in to visit my family member and I wanted to write a review. The place was so nice and clean. Every member of staff was nice to my aunt and were very nice to me. My aunt had a procedure done and had to find a place for care because we are unable to care for her at home. This place makes her feel right at home. She loves ice cream and the parlor makes it easy for her to feel at home. She said the nurses are so nice to her and make sure she understands her treatment. it was hard for us to have to make this decision to have her come a facility because she likes being home but we have found the perfect fit in Munster Med inn. I will highly recommend this place to anyone looking for care for a loved one. I want to say THANK YOU FOR LOVING MY AUNT!

October 27, 2016

By Rich826801

I visited this facility

Our first impression for Munster Med-Inn was favorable. They seemed to have a couple of choices there that was looking like it might be something we would consider. My father was admitted there for a short time, but how he was being cared for was discouraging. The staff was overworked. The rooms were fine and seemed clean. He had been restricted to the one floor where he was located, but the other floor they had which was not locked down seemed to give the patients a lot of freedom to move around. Geographically speaking, it would have been great for where the family was located, but we did not have such a great experience there. The pricing did not seem out of line with the different places we were looking at.

October 10, 2016

By Lisa354663

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

My mom was in a therapy in Munster Med Inn. It was nice. I didn’t have any problems with it. The place was clean. The staff was good to her. The room was really clean and nice. She had like a small couch and a chair next to the bed. She had a small fan to control the temperature in her room. She had a small fridge where she put her snacks. She had a TV. The staff was very nice. They had a good staff. They were a little short-handed though.

May 10, 2016

By KC7

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I can only speak of our experience on the memory floor as my impression was that the Med-inn may have been a very different experience for patients who are not on the memory floor. The physical therapy and the occupational therapy staff was not trained nor prepared to deal with the dementia patients. My uncle was only in the facility for five days, including a weekend, and I was told that he was not amenable to physical therapy and occupational therapy. He was labelled immediately as combative, and I truly feel that they capped him there for 20 days or for a limited period of time as a Medicare patient. My uncle’s stay was very detrimental to him. He deteriorated significantly, was severely overmedicated, and when we finally moved him, our experience at the next place was like night and day. The memory floor was extremely depressing. It’s a very confined area and although there were spaces that the residents and their families could use for visiting and activities, the facility basically limited the movement of the residents and their families pretty significantly. Most of the activities during the day, if you’re a regular visitor, occurred around the nursing station. They did have activities but the activities, in my opinion, were not resident-based and generally activities not particularly designed with the dementia patient in mind. It is not a resident-based facility. They put him in the memory unit, and it was a very sad place to be. I thought their activities were extremely deficient in terms of their lack of focus on individual residents and the lack of therapeutic value in any of their activities. The rest of the facility, which the memory patients do not have access to, was really quite nice.

March 10, 2016

By unconvinced

I am a friend or relative of resident

This place has issues, Aside from the bad plumbing (no hot water ) many of the staff are indifferent and just plain mean to the residents. Many will give you dirty looks for just visiting. Some will raise their voice at you. The elevator is mostly keyed off by the staff so you can't use it. Everyone claims to not know why. THe apathy of the nurses is palpable, and the lack of empathy by virtually all is troublesome.

February 22, 2016

By ConcernedCitizen04

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I would not rate Munster Med-inn very highly. I think it is a one-star rating based on the State rating. It is not the greatest place. It’s a four-story building with only two elevators for all of the residents. It’s not ideal. It is a very old building. Mom has been here for three years and we do not want to move her at this point. But if I had to do it all over again, I would not put her in there. They don’t have sufficient staff. The RNs are so busy and spread out so thinly that they don’t really have time to spend with their patients; they just basically administer meds. Then they rotate the RNs from floor to floor, so they really don’t get to know their patients’ needs very well. They have a very high turnover of staff. They have a physical therapy floor. They have a full-time Activities Director who has a good staff, so they have activities for the patients to get involved in.

June 11, 2015

By Caring108034350

I visited this facility

Munster Med Inn is the one we took a tour of. It was fine. It looked clean, and they were very helpful, but we ran into a Medicaid problem, so we can't get my mother-in-law in right now. The rooms seemed small, and she would have shared a room with another person. They had a dementia unit too, so that would have been good.

October 31, 2014

By Caring101124250

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Mom is currently at Munster Med Inn and doing well. It's a fine facility, and she is in a private room. It's spacious and comfortable. She was also in a semi-private room, but her private room was much nicer. She had a good experience and then a so-so experience. Their food is pretty good, and most of the time she is content with the food. I think they have a lot of things going on. She made friends there and they go down to dining together. There are activities and there are a lot of things for them to do.

October 09, 2013

By Witold1

I visited this facility

I visited Munster Med-inn and I did not like it. It was very uninteresting and there was haradly anything for the residents to do.

August 14, 2013

By Cliff3

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My mother-in-law was at Munster Med-inn. The facility was very clean, neat, modern and all amenities were up-to-date. The staff were very caring, professional and compassionate as well. The food they served was also good. It was very comfortable and she was very happy there.

April 18, 2013

By Kathy26

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My mother stayed at Munster Med-inn for about 100 days. She was there for rehabilitation after her surgery. She liked the place and enjoyed being there. The food was very good.

April 13, 2012

By sofialeka

I am a friend or relative of a resident

As far as the staff goes, they knew what they were doing but they were not very kind or helpful. I remember times when Mrs. Lampropoulos wouldn't be in her room and when we would ask where she was, they would tell us they didn't know, maybe she was in this room or that room. I'm sorry, but my aunt's mother did not speak English very well and needed a lot of help, so you would think they would always know where she is, just like they should know where everyone is. Beyond the sometimes rude and unhelpful staff, the facilities were nice enough and by several things for our family to do, when they needed to take a break. There was ample parking as well. Inside there was a music room with a piano that I remember sitting in with Mrs. Lampropoulos, it had big windows and beautiful plants inside it as well.
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  • Medicare Provider Number: 155131
  • Ownership Type: For Profit Individual
  • Date Certified: 10/01/2020


  • Resident Capacity: 225
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