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Inglemoor Rehabilitation And Care Center Of Living

311 S Livingston Ave, Livingston, NJ 07039

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2.8

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Reviews of Inglemoor Rehabilitation And Care Center Of Living in Livingston, New Jersey

2.8

(11 reviews)

  • Facility

    3.2

  • Staff

    2.8

  • Food

    2.5

  • Activities

    2.5

  • Value

    2.3

Debbibbi

3

May 27, 2024

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

The food is really not ok. Meals are not balanced Fresh vegetables are basically non existent Often there’s only one person serving in the dining room. She’s unable to do whatever may be needed by residents. This is unacceptable It would be very nice to have some fresh fruit between meals, and maybe a coffee/tea station that could be used by family members. (for the price we pay, that would cost the facility a few dollars a day) The WiFi works sometimes. I was told “ they tried to make it better, but couldn’t? Never heard of that. Of course you can make it better. Get another guest wifi, if the other one isn’t enough Simple fix Please please, get a larger screen to show movies. The screen is probably 40” Older folks really can’t see the screen. Not an expensive request. Buy a real screen to show movies - please

Anthony Aiello

1

November 4, 2021

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

My wife was at this facility about a year ago. She was previously at St. Barnabas Hospital. She went there for care after being diagnosed with kidney cancer. We brought photos for her to have at her bedside. We got her a landline to use, and she had her cell phone. We couldn't see her for fourteen days because of covid. It was nearly impossible to get anyone to help her answer the phone despite many requests. The communication with the medical staff was very infrequent and inaccurate. When we saw her after two weeks, she was a different person. She was in coherent, dirty, unfed, and regressed. She obviously had a stroke, that they denied! We brought her home to die, with hospice. She passed away in our living room. They are a terrible facility. We were told by her oncologist that he would see her in two weeks, upon placing her there. Yet, we never saw her walk again! The photos that we sent could not be found for days, and when they were found, they were damaged.

M,

5

August 6, 2021

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

My parent went into this facility for approx 1 month. The management , nurses and staff my Dad had were excellent! We highly recommend Inglemoor for its cleanliness, care and rehabilitation services. My Dad is enjoying the food too. The physical therapists are wonderful too. Highly recommended! Rooms are mostly double, but that is good, so the patient has someone to talk to instead of being lonely. There are a few different activities for rehab patients, like (pseudo)bowling, bingo & a gathering for the oldies.The gardens outside are very nice too.

luciana98

5

June 4, 2021

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

My mom had an excellent experience at Inglemoor’s rehabilitation facility. The staff were dedicated, caring, and thoughtful, and did their best to make my mom feel comfortable during her 2 week stay. Inglemoor offered rigorous physical therapy, in clean facilities with knowledgeable and accommodating staff. Would recommend opting to get a single room. Everyone was wonderful – from the admissions director to the nurse practitioner, and all the physical therapists, occupational therapists, social workers, and aides that my mom interacted with. The food was surprisingly great, too!

Keyle

2

February 20, 2021

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

My father, now deceased, stayed here for rehab, He hated it, The rooms are small and the majority are doubles. The food is mediocre. The therapy staff had very little patience with him and I had to ask to go into the room so he could participate in PT and OT. Otherwise they would just send him back to his room. While the physical plant is attractive that is superficial. When he had to go into longterm care he went elsewhere. i also do not understand why they have outside contractors coming in during a pandemic!

sarahsch

1

January 22, 2021

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

Horrible. Staff were not required to get a vaccine, although available to them resulting in one testing positive and infecting all the elderly patients including my 88 year old grandmother. Took 20 minutes minimum to get something as simple as Tylenol or a bed pan which you can imagine being the issue. They are now kicking her out since she has covid, even though they gave it to her. Also, the food is all incredibly salty which is terrible for a bunch of elderly people.

covid-19

1

April 6, 2020

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

I am very worried about all the seniors in your facility knowing that as of last week you had 6 covid-19 cases; one of them being a nurse. With the amount of money you charge per month per senior I find it irresponsible that this has happened. With the amount of $$$ that comes in every month you should have come up with a much better plan regarding the bad situation with the covid-19. You went on lockdown but never thought about the employees...nurses, kitchen staff, maintenance staff, etc: they are still coming and going day in and day out. Of course the virus was going to make its way in that way. Why not use all that $$$$ you make and ask all the employees who was willing to stay in complete lockdown 24/7 and double or triple their pay? You have the money! Now my great-aunt is at risk because of your GREED! From the beginning it was noted that the seniors were the highest risk. But all you did was prohibit visitations from family and friends. NOT ENOUGH! Unfortunately it seems the same across the board for all senior facilities....but I never expected it from Inglemoor Rehabilitation Center. Shame on you. I pray and hope that no lives are lost because of this.

ARPNA KUMAR

5

March 12, 2017

I visited this facility

Excellent, professional service with a wonderfully courteous and helpful staff!!!!!! I like to commend your staff for their superior care of my husband. From day one we knew I made the right decision to have him admitted there for rehabilitation. The entire staff was well involved, knowledgeable and courteous. The staff that took of his personal hygiene, bathing, and shaving kudos to them, they did a fabulous job. My husband looked better and he felt better. The Therapists were great! They allowed us to observe him in action and were very thorough in explaining why he was doing various exercises and their goal for him. Their positive attitude got him involved, motivated and willing to participate in his therapy. The Social Worker AMY was very helpful in listening to my concerns and provided valuable information and assistance in completing necessary documents. Not once did I ever see or hear negativity that would have an adverse effect on any patient or visitor attitude, always positive. Even the therapist and aides and nurses that I did not work with, would always welcome me with a warm hello and casual conversation. The Receptionists were always smiling and cordial. Overall, if I had to do this again your facility would be my number one choice and yes I would recommend your services to others that need rehabilitation. My husband made a significant progress in therapy after 2 months of PT/OT.He has started to sit straight and stand up after a massive brain stroke. I thank you for having us over at your facility and making my experience a nice one. The warmth and friendliness and kindness of the entire staff toward him is an experience that I will never forget. It was such a pleasure to be there. Thank you, the service you provided superseded my expectations, absolutely fantastic! Most importantly, my husband was very pleased. My sincere thanks to the Amy ,Martha, Maggi, Lily , Antonio, Deepo , Zara, Dorothy, Chris, Vladimir and the entire nursing , aides and rehab staff.

Johndsr

1

February 3, 2017

I visited this facility

This facility is presented as a great place,it's not Staff is rude and uncaring as with the other review I also had stomach problem and the kitchen would not adjust menu . It was either in your room or eat bad food in dining room. The only thing good about this place was the therapy staff. I also ended up in Saint Barnabas in the middle of the night with no personal belongings. When my family member went to get my stuff all squashed up in plastic garbage bag. The people from the private transport were scumbags and threw me in back of van and were laughing at me when I complained about them hurting me . Do your family members a favor and stay away from this place.

Josette852017

5

November 21, 2016

I visited this facility

I liked Inglemoor. It was a good atmosphere. It was like a people person’s home. It was very warm and very inviting. I just looked like a place that people would be comfortable in. It seemed like they had more. You could sit there and watch TV. They had good food and good patient care. I thought they said they were 5 to 1 on staff-to-patient care, and that was pretty good. They also had long-term, and they geared towards to taking care of their patients to their last day.

do not look for compassionate care here

2

February 25, 2015

I am a friend or relative of resident

My mother was an alert, lucid 90 year old woman who spent a couple of months in Inglemoor. She was leading a full, ambulatory life before coming to Inglemoor. Overall it was a bad experience. The physical plant is attractive and the rehab staff is friendly and competent. That was the only good part and even then, the system is such that there is no rehab on the weekends so patients are left to languish in bed even though they are there for rehab. The nursing staff and aides were surly and hostile with few exceptions. The kitchen refused to modify its menu to meet the needs of someone with diverticulitis and a sensitive stomach. It took many complaints over many weeks to get a simple piece of roast chicken without gravy and mashed or a baked potato served. In place of this they served shepherd's pie, barbecue, spaghetti and meatballs and other meals which may suit many but were not acceptable for my mother. My mother often waited 45 minutes for someone to take her to the bathroom. Often it was too late. And sometimes she was left for 45 minutes before anyone checked on her to return her to bed. She lost almost 10 pounds while there and was quite thin to begin with. Had her weight not become an issue, I believe the kitchen would never have responded to her nutritional needs. One afternoon I visited her and a doctor stopped in. My mother complained of severe pain in her side. The doctor said she was ok. I think he saw her as a complainer altho she rarely complained by nature. The next day I visited and she was not in her bed. It seems that some hours later that evening she was rushed to the St Barnabas ER with intestinal pain and infection which they feared had gone to her blood stream. No one called the family to let us know. Inglemoor did not send any belongings with her either. No one addressed this oversight or showed any concern for this situation or my mother, or the family members who had received no phone call. My mother was in a double room in a bed away from the window. She had several roommates while she was there. Each time we requested that she be moved to the window bed when the bed was vacated, we were refused and told the computer could not adjust to this change. I think we all know that a bed near the window is more cheerful and helps keep a person better oriented than a bed where one is often behind a curtain under overhead lights. This is a prime example of utter indifference to a simple request: Please move my mother when the bed becomes available.

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Medicare

  • Health

    5.0

  • Overall

    5.0

  • Quality

    5.0

  • Staff

    5.0

Medicare Provider Number: 315322
    Ownership Type: For profit - Partnership
    Rating Date: 9/1/2023

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