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22 Johnson Street , Peabody, MA 01961

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Reviews of Rosewood Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Peabody, Massachusetts

2.54

(22 reviews)

  • Facility

    1.9

  • Staff

    1.6

  • Food

    1.8

  • Activities

    1.8

  • Value

    1.6

amos_M

1

October 17, 2023

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

I wouldn't recommend leaving your family here. My aunt was constantly unkempt looking. Her clothing always disappeared and other belongings of hers. I don't understand how this place is still opened.

MIDGE R

1

August 22, 2021

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

HOLES IN CEILINGS & WALLS, RODENTS. DROP THE TRAY IN FRONT OF MY LOVED ONE AND WALK AWAY.....LOVED ONE IS A CHOKING HAZARD. PLASTIC FOUND IN FOOD. CLOTHES LEFT ON FLOOR IN CLOSET, CLOTHES LEFT TO GET MOLDY IN HAMPER. ALL CALL LIGHTS ARE A 20+ MINUTE WAIT OF ANSWERED AT ALL. DIRTY CLOTHES ON THE FLOOR. SINK IS DIRTY. PERSONALLY HAVE HAD TO "SAVE" OTHER RESIDENTS FROM FALLING. THIS PLACE NEEDS TO BE INVESTIGATED, FINED AND UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.

I can relate

2

March 18, 2021

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

My 89 y/o mother had been here for rehab in 2017 after hip surgery & she liked it. Our family had no issues and felt she was cared for. I live out of state and filled out an application for Long Term Care soon after, in case of an emergency situation. This past July, at 90 with Dementia, she fell in her apt & chipped her shoulder. She had to go to rehab again, and I had her sent here. However, this was July of 2020 4 months into the Pandemic and things were MUCH different. Since I could not visit her I could only speak with the nurses, social workers, and the Executive Director about my concerns for her this time. I had not been able to see her since Nov 2019 and I was very anxious about this situation. They ALL assured me she was in good hands and doing great. But the number of calls that were never returned, the attitude when I asked questions, the fact that they had her in a wheelchair every waking moment when she, though a fall-risk, could still walk with a walker on her own. I asked for photos of her room and was very upset to see her personal items that my cousins had brought for her, in bags on the floor. No one took 10 minutes to help her with her clothes etc ? A brand new pair of sneakers went MIA and I insisted they cover the cost. When my cousins visited (never inside her room of course) my mother was braless and shoeless. When they asked why, the aides had no legitimate explanations. Again my calls were not returned. We had bought her 3 brand new $45 bras and she had none. It took 4 calls to even get someone to acknowledge they were missing. I could get into more detail, but it is too upsetting. My mother passed away Nov 18 and not one person (other than the Nurse on duty at 4:15 AM) ever called me to speak to me about it. Not only do I still have burning questions, but I also have a lot of regret. I knew once she was there she wouldn't ever go back home, so I had her converted to Long Term Care after her 14 day quarantine period ended. In hindsight I would've gotten her transferred as a Rehab patient before that process began. My mother was very happy there, never said one negative thing about the care or the food and for that I was grateful. But we feel she was neglected and just left to fade away in that wheelchair; which led to the Pneumonia that exacerbated her CHF and ultimately led to her demise. I had the opportunity to transfer her but didn't want to her to go through the trauma... THINK TWICE before you send your loved one here. The care is sub-par, the rooms are outdated and dirty, the security of patients belongings is a joke, and the level of compassion for family members is insulting.

Linda

4

December 22, 2020

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

My aunt is in Rosewood Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Peabody. I haven't been there yet because she has to be quarantined for 14 days. It's only about ten minutes from where one of my cousins lives so we decided proximity was more important, especially during wintertime so people could still visit her. I think the biggest thing was most facilities were assisted living, but some are assisted living and skilled nursing combined, so I kind of zeroed in on those knowing that she's 91 and she might go into assisted living, but also that she has rheumatoid arthritis in her hands so he has to have a lot of help. I thought the skilled nursing would be next for her and I didn't want to have to move her again when that happens, so I was looking for communities that offered those. I did not tour the place personally because I'm currently taking care of my 96-year-old mother so my cousin who lives in Peabody, Mass. went and toured the facility. She did all the paperwork for it and once we decided on Rosewood, she's 20 minutes away from the place, so rather than have me fly out and do the paperwork, she did it there. I saw the place and talked to the staff over the phone though before my aunt moved in. Not only did we check the place ourselves, we also contacted people who had family members there. I think that was through my Aunt's doctor's office. We talked to other patients who have been/are there. Those family members were happy with the care their family member is getting from Rosewood so we did a two-level check. We chose the community because it had a good rating, it had everything that she needed, and it was close to where my cousins live. I'm in Florida and they're in Massachusetts so they're ten and 20 minutes away and that was important to us for visitations. When my aunt is out of quarantine and she's in the regular facility then I think there are visitations and appointments that can be scheduled during the time of COVID. I spoke to initial staff about the process and they were extremely helpful with that and about filling out paperwork for MassHealth because I know she will run out of money at some point during her stay and MassHealth is like Medicaid. They are filling out that paperwork for us so that it all can get reviewed and submitted so that when she does run out of money she doesn't have to get moved again and she can stay right there. I also called them last night because when I called her room it was almost like the phone was off the hook. It was just ringing busy. They sent someone to her room and connected me with her. The phone really was off the hook so they put it back on and I was able to talk to her. I think it's going to be very good. It's a skilled nursing facility so they have doctors and nurses on-site 24 hours a day and seven days a week. They help her with bathing and dressing. If she needs help with her meals, she has rheumatoid arthritis in her hands, they'll cut all the food up for her and she can still use the fork. It looks like it's going to be fine

cdawn9165

1

August 1, 2020

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

All I can say is, thank god we video taped the zoom today. I have never been so frightened for my mother as I was today. Left alone in her room to zoom for her birthday, second day since she was admitted with a fractured pelvis (and Alzheimer's). She sat staring at the screen at us for 15 minutes unable to hear us since it wasn't turned on. Called over and over - voicemail until we got someone on a different floor who gave my sister horrible attitude, told her someone would be sent and hung up on her. Turned back to the zoom and mom was trying to stand (she is a huge fall risk) so we were trying to call again for ten min and when finally reaching someone again on 3rd floor she said she'd send someone down while we watched in fear screaming at the monitor for her to sit down and no one showed up for another ten min. When they finally did their excuse was providing her privacy for the zoom. I call neglect and bs and thank god I suggested we video tape the zoom. We are having her moved today! How much you bet the gifts I sent today are missing.

azbigjohn

1

June 28, 2020

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

Terrible attitudes, wait for 3-4 hours to get a cup of coffee. Cold eggs for breakfast. No one knows how to turn the TV on ? Awful place, way under staffed . There are a couple of good ones there trying real hard, and god bless them for staying , or the place would have to shut down. Can only pray for all of us, that things get better, real soon. Imagine being afraid to speak up to the staff, as your afraid it will make things worse ?

LindaCX

1

April 24, 2020

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

This place talks a good story but the care is awful. Sure, there are 2 or 3 "gems' that work there. We buried my mom this week due to Covid acquired at Rosewood. When she tested positive they didn't bother to move her roommate out. She also died. I've found her without pants on several times, they neglected to call us when she broke her pelvis, they threw her oxygen tubing on the floor in between uses, items missing....I could go on....

amittyville

5

January 24, 2020

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

Way under staffed, gotta beg for everything your family member needs. It's so unorganized it's scary for your family member and the rest of your family. Gotta ask 4 or 5 times to get something done. Very very poor management. Staffed mainly with agency lazy, non caring nurses. Avoid at all costs. If you send family member there plan going everyday and getting very upset with the lack of management. Employees do what they want when they are ready. A lot of socializing with employees therefore patients are neglected. A few good employees that work full time but not many. Worried sick over this joke of a rehab.

Northshoreresident

1

January 10, 2020

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

12/2019 Our mother was in rehab recently at Rosewood and we are touring long term communities proactively. Rosewood use to be a wonderfully managed community that was known locally as a quality place for seniors that no longer were appropriate for living independently or in an assisted living community. The community has really gone down the toilet. The staff is unfriendly, unprofessional and they are always under staffed. We waited nearly 30 minutes for a nurse to bring a breathing treatment to my elderly mother who was having a hard time breathing. When I finally had it and went to the nurse’s station the nurse was just casually sitting and chatting with other floor employees while tons of lights were blinking. A few of the good employees I’ve chatted with all complained that the community is always shorted staffed and they can’t provide good care and complained of other nurses and aides being lazy. I would have to agree with them. Even the Nurses I’ve chatted with seem unengaged and unempathetic. We were very disappointed. We will place our mom into long term care but not at Rosewood I would suggest you do the same. Wish I could give it a zero star rating. Very sad .........

disgusted daughter 1

1

October 25, 2019

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

Banecare used to run rosewood beautifully when mom first moved there! Now Alliance Health has taken over & it is now nothing like it used to be. Everyone I asked about nursing homes said Rosewood was the place to go, but unfortunately it is now becoming the place to leave..The rooms are not in the best shape and the food is just ok. I bring a lot of meals in for mom. The care is very good if you are lucky enough to have a permanent nurse, but most days seems to be handled by agency nurses who don't know the residents and treatments get missed a lot. I would honestly rather move mom home with me.

Karen

4

May 17, 2019

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

My aunt is in Alliance Health at Rosewood (Formerly Rosewood Nursing & Rehabilitation Center). It's nice, friendly, clean, and she seems pretty happy there. She shares a room with somebody else, and I like that the rooms are big. The staff is fine, and she's well taken care of there. There's always something going on. They bring them down to the rooms and have arts and crafts, and somebody comes in and sings and plays music. They have a library and a gym for physical therapy. She is in the rehab section right now, and she will stay there long term after.

eyesonu

1

May 13, 2018

I visited this facility

Walked thru off hours as should you! Start with receptionist on cell, first fl nurses unit using inappropriate language, call lights and bed alarms with no responsive, patients receiving neb treatment in hall unattended, aides speaking language other than English, no hydration or snack pass, meals on paper plates! Administrator should be rounding off hours

Carol58

5

November 12, 2017

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

I am a nurse who does not work in long term care. So when the need arose to place our mother in a nursing home, I asked around to my colleagues, including nurses & physicians and Rosewood's name came up in nearly every conversation. Our mom has been at Rosewood for over a year and 1/2 and we have found the entire staff to be incredibly kind, caring & professional. We visit frequently and have observed many acts of kindness towards our mother and other residents. Any concerns of ours that have been brought to the staff's attention, have been addressed right away. We have found the administration to be highly visible and responsive. The Administrator knows my mom by name as well as the other residents and always stops by and engages them in conversation. It was a difficult decision to place mom in a nursing home for sure, but our family's experience at Rosewood has been an incredibly positive one for both us and more importantly, our mom.

mla1234

1

October 3, 2017

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

Terrible, terrible care. Unresponsive administrators and staff. Lost the dentures of the patient with no apologies. Patient developed a horrible infection in the two months of being here and they take no responsibility. If you care about someone, do not send them.

muscle

2

March 10, 2017

I visited this facility

The patient puts on the light and waits for a long time.and the menu she orders it and does not receive it why bother having a menu if u can't get what is on it

Dede784600

5

June 17, 2016

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My father was in Rosewood, and I thought it was very nice. They were very good and had a lot of activities all of the time, like music and crafts. My dad was happy for the couple of weeks that he was there. He had to share rooms, which he wasn't very thrilled about, but the room was fine. They can improve on having everyone in a single room, even when they're only staying for a short while. The food and dining room are great.

coal

1

December 26, 2015

I am a friend or relative of resident

My mother was at Rosewood for rehab after breaking her hip. My mothers stay here was awful. Staff was rude and did not know how to care for someone with a hip replacement. My mom would pull the cord to use the bathroom half hour later someone would come in ask what she wanted then leave. Sometimes they would not come back. Staff does not keep you informed about what is going on with family member. I could write a book about all the insane things we went through.

Caring113656650

5

September 20, 2015

I am a friend or relative of a resident

It's definitely homier, and the staff seemed to be generally concerned and very caring. My uncle has been at Rosewood for about a month now. The place is beautiful, and they have different levels of care. He was in short-term, now he's in long-term, and he's doing really well. He has some bad moments, but overall compared to where he was before, it's like night and day. They have activities and an in-house doctor that goes to see him.

Stay far away

1

May 5, 2015

I visited this facility

DO NOT send your loved ones to Rosewood. It is beyond awful. You ask a question, they said they'll check & never come back. They leave patients out by the nurses station when they are all on their phones chatting away. The staff does not listen nor care about their patients.

kam90028

5

May 25, 2012

I visited this facility

For a few years, my grandparents stayed at this facility if they have to go through rehabilitation or if they are not able to live in their home. Like in the previous question, my grandfather is staying at this facility because he has trouble walking around the house and needs to have the bathroom, cafeteria, etc. close to him so he does not have to walk long distances. Prior to his stroke, he was always working around his house because he had nothing else better to do. As a result to the stroke, he is incompetent to do yard work at his house and move around quickly. Also, when my grandmother had heart surgery in 2006, she stayed at Rosewood for rehabilitation and care. My grandparents have chosen Rosewood because the staff is very friendly, they take good care of the patients and the facility is very clean, new and it feels a lot like a home.

kcmart19

4

May 22, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I would definitely say that this facility/nursing home is a great place for the elderly and people who are unable to live on their own. I personally can rate this facility due to the fact that my grandfather has gone here many times after his surgeries as well as recently due to his lack of strength. The staff is very kind towards their patients and they treat everyone with respect. I also liked that fact that each day they have something fun and exciting planned for the patients such as singing, bingo, movie nights, and themed dances. The food they have here is also very nutritious and it varies each day which gives for a nice change for the patients. Finally, the decor of the nursing home has a very comfortable and warm feeling the moment you walk in with a large chandelier hanging from the ceiling at the entrance and a small library with comfy chairs and plenty of books for the patients to read.

nursemass

4

January 12, 2012

I visited this facility

Rosewood is a large nursing home located in Peabody, MA. It is located in a quiet and residential part of Peabody. I don't work for the nursing home. I visit the nursing home to provide private skilled nursing services to residents. The nursing home is well maintained. Residents' rooms are clean and spacious. The building is well secured. Visitors are required to buzz and sign in and out. Residents are usually served balanced meals in the dining room and staff is available to assist residents with meals and other activities of daily living. Nursing care is available 24 hours. However, the facility provides great services for my clients even if it is a little understaffed like many nursing homes across the U.S. I would recommend Rosewood nursing home to seniors.

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  • Resident Capacity: 135

Medicare

  • Health

    2.0

  • Overall

    3.0

  • Quality

    5.0

  • Staff

    3.0

Medicare Provider Number: 225651
    Ownership Type: Non profit - Corporation
    Rating Date: 9/1/2023

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