The Belmont At Twin Creeks

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999 RAINTREE CIRCLE, Allen, TX 75013
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October 15, 2019

By Cltgiv

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

This is one of the nicest and cleanest buildings I have been to and the head Maintenance Man Jody White not only is concerned about the safety, security and upkeep of the building, he takes time to listen to the residents needs, request and concerns then work to satisfy each one in a expedient & professional manner..

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Thanks for taking the time to leave us this review! Our team strives to deliver the best possible patient experience and are delighted to know that we earned all those stars!

July 21, 2017

By gosser21

I am/was a resident of this facility

Therapy was fantastic. I love to do therapy. Was in a motorcycle versus car accident and was not in a great condition. Went to The Belmont for the intensive therapy and nursing care. Now I can say that I am walking and driving again. A great turnaround from this tragic accident and I just want to give the great kudos to the therapy team. I wasn't even sure if I was going to walk again. Thank you.

March 12, 2017

By klevans61

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

Horrible, Horrible, Horrible - Giving them a 1 star is being generous... My father was there for rehab after a hip replacement during the month of Dec. 2016. I am sure there are quality nurses there but not in the wing my father resided in. All I can comment on are the morning and afternoon LPN's. They were inattentive, uncompassionate, understaffed, unpleasant and rude. The LPN's would ignore you at the front took me one time for that to happen - after that, I walked up and interrupted whatever they were doing just to have my father attend too. My father had to go to the bathroom and not only did he have a catheter- he was in a walker. He needed assistance and this one particular LPN...Honestly, I never saw someone move so quickly to get out of the room not to assist him. I had to assist my father with maneuvering his catheter through his pant leg just so he could use the restroom. This same LPN was told about feces on the carpet that needed to be cleaned - 2 days later nothing and I had to report to the Director of Nursing for it to be rectified. The only thing I can say positive was the Director of Nursing who tried his best to accommodate but he is also the one that allows this poor treatment to continue instead of firing the LPN's that are worthless...I IMPLORE you to not send your loved one to this facility and to make matters worse... not only did I check reviews (which checked out better than the other place we could have taken him) I was told by the Social Worker at Medical City Dallas that this place was good...

January 16, 2017

By Summer01


My mother stayed here for therapy i was hesitant that she would not be able to stay at home by herself after her fall but they did a fantastic job. Mom is now at home even though we had to hire someone to assist her at home for a few hours she's able to be in the comfort of her own home...Thanks Belmont for all the wonderful care she received. .

April 17, 2016

By Thankyou63

I am a friend or relative of resident

The Belmont did a fantastic job with my dad who was there for several weeks after a hospital stay for heart failure. He was very stubborn, especially when it came to therapy, but they never gave up and he ended up participating with much coaxing and several tries, but he did it nonetheless. I very much appreciate the repeated efforts. All in all, everyone was great from the ED/ Matt, DON/ Michael, UM/ Ashlee and all of his nurses on the 800 hall, especially Joyce on day shift. She was phenomenal.

April 11, 2016

By Hockeymom83

I am a friend or relative of resident

My grandfather was a patient at the Belmont for 2 weeks. for rehab and my family and I were very pleased with his care. His nurses, cnas and therapist were very patient and kind. Should he ever need rehab again we will definately return.

March 21, 2016

By sasha.l.johnson

I am a friend or relative of resident

My mother in law was released on 3/20/16 from this facility after a 17 day stay. She had a variety of medical issues and concerns and needed rehab after surgery. Unfortunately, I have nothing positive to say about the facility. The kitchen messed up her food daily. The social worker advised various members of our family that she would handle everything necessary to make an easy transition for her once she left the facility. 10 days in the doctor never came to check on her after she was not responding to various medicines they were providing her. Finally she heard he was in the facility, had to go track him down and then was treated poorly. He was short with her as if he had no time for her. As soon as he saw her, he told her she was obviously not improving because of her diet. He changed her diet and of course she improved with the combination of medicine and diet in a matter of days. She is diabetic, and had special dietary needs. They still provided her with sugary desserts which in turn led to high blood sugar readings. On 3/19 (Friday) at 4:45 PM my husband received a call from the social worker saying she was being discharged 3/20/16 (Sunday) and all arrangements needed to be made. He told her that was not enough time to get the items they required for discharge since he was under the impression she was handling that, and her response was you better call the insurance and she is still being discharged on 3/20/16 by 1 to 2 PM. She complained to well she's been complaining about food and it's not our fault that she hasn't been getting better. The part time assistance she found, did not even take our mother's insurance. So they would not be able to provide us with help. She needs a walker because she has difficulty walking without assistance. So at the end of the day on Friday, with no notice and no one open to get these things taken care of, we were left to figure out the things she promised to handle . By 5:30 on 3/20/16 (her discharge day), they still had not done her final blood work to ensure that she was ok to go. As a result, she was not discharged until 10 PM on 3/20/16. This facility appeared to be a nice place for her to be, but aside from her positive experience with a few nurses there is nothing better we have to say about this place.

December 01, 2015

By Scared#2

I am/was a resident of this facility

Run! My Grandmother was only in the hospital for almost 2 days. She has been in an assisted living home in Allen where she had a phone, private shower in her room,etc. She is not in need of major care still, however, Myself and family has tried to make a call to her....they try to get the only nurse on duty to take their cell to the person....trying to get in touch with a staff is highly unlikely (...because the person is busy doing what? I have yet to figure that out since this bldg is so small.) ***Do NOT let the decor fool you into putting down that front fee and needing to change will never be worth any amount of savings and they are not cheap!

August 24, 2015

By Rose L

I visited this facility

I admitted my mom after a knee replacement to The Belmont. I was wowed by the level of service that I received. The staff was very caring and the rehab was outstanding. I was floored by how well my mom did during her stay at The Belmont. I usually don't write down any comments for anyone, but this time, I feel that everyone should know that my mom is back to her home because the staff at The Belmont did a superb job. I want to thank Juanita, Franklin, Deborah, Sam, Bertrand, for all you did for mom. I'm sorry for everyone else I left out because everyone deserves a standing ovation. If you loved one needs any type of care after being at the hospital, I highly recommend this place.

July 27, 2015

By welderplumber74

I am a friend or relative of resident

My wife was placed a The Belmont at Twin Creek a month and a half ago from the hospital. I had no idea what I was doing or what places to take my wife. When I toured the facility they helped and listened to what I was needing for my wife. They were so comforting and compassionate with me and with my wife. The therapy department was so great that even when my wife didn't want to do any therapy they motivated her the keep on. All the nurses here were so great and helpful. My wife really loved how her nurses and the rest of the team treated her with smiles and kindness.

July 27, 2015


I am a friend or relative of resident

My mother was at the Belmont for last three months due to a stroke. She came in unable to walk use her left side, slurred speech, and having hard time swallowing. She has done amazingly now since being placed at the Belmont at Twin Creeks. The staff from nursing, nurse aides, and dietary have been truly a God send. They have been so patient and kind with my dear mother. I couldn't have asked for better care during this time of hardship for my family. I would definitely recommend this wonderful place to anyone that needed care.

June 13, 2015

By Broken Hearted Daughter

I am a friend or relative of resident

If I could less than one star I would. The care my mother received at this facility was horrendous. She was there for 2 weeks after a fall. She had a broken pelvis and dementia. Between myself and my brother we would visit her 3 times a day and many, many times we would find her naked in the bed covered in her own feces. The staff was very rough with her when they cleaned her up. When she arrived at The Belmont she was in pain but interactive. The last 6 days she was there I kept telling the staff there was something else wrong with her because she was acting so crazy but they ignored me. I finally got a phone call saying they had done a blood work up on her and the results said she was in critical condition. They transported her to the hospital where we were told that she septic. She died 2 days later. She had no infection or UTI when she arrived at The Belmont. Her injuries were none surgical. So the infection that killed her set in at The Belmont. I guess never being cleaned properly will do that. The afternoon of her last day there I went in to check on her and found her hand covered in dried feces. It was under her fingernails and crusted on her cuticles. I tried to clean her with a wet wipe but when I asked the charge nurse for a pan of warm water to soak her hand in because the wipe wasn't working she assured me that an aid would be right in to clean my mother's hand. I left as I was late for work. When we saw my mother 4 hours later at the hospital I checked her hand and it was the same. They had not cleaned it at all. No wonder she developed a deadly infection. If you love your family member PLEASE do not put them in The Belmont. What happened to my mother and what I saw happening to other patients will haunt me forever.

May 26, 2015

By piano4tlc

I am a friend or relative of resident

My mother is presently at Belmont and I am completed dissapointed in the care they provide. The nurses are rude and many times forget to check on the patient. Many of the people that bathe her are rough. She wore the same clothes for two days and even slept in them. I am sure that she did not have a shower for a week, and they have no records showing when she received a shower. When I was concerned about her coughing, the nurses blew me off and it wasn't until the rehab staff brought it to their attention that they actually listened. The rehab staff are wonderful and have been a great advocate for her. I hope to get her out of that place soon.

May 02, 2015

By Disappointed and annoyed

I am a friend or relative of resident

First impressions were good with this resort style facility, (except for the smell of pee as you round the corner towards the rooms) but we quickly realized that our mom was not improving but actually declining from the care she received in this place. We visited twice a day during her week long stay for two to four hours at a time and quickly realized the incompetence of care to not only our mother, but to many others who were yelling for help, with one falling from her chair of which I called to the attention of the staff. Other issues we encountered with my mom was a forgotten meal (not on her sodium free diet) delivered at 845 pm upon our request, no dr. visit for five days and only upon request the sixth day, up to an hour and twenty minutes to answer call, no dietary consultation as promised for my mom who came malnourished, noisy call buzzers and chatty laughing staff who hovered around nursing station and one worker who discussed some inappropriate events of her evening the night before to another staff member. She also came to work with a fever and then came in contact with my mother who had a very large blood blister that burst and left the contaminated towel at my mom's feet by the wheelchair. While this rehab has a good first appearance and a wonderful and compassionate chaplain on duty, it is not a place to take a loved one and trust they will be properly cared for. We left by ambulance back to the hospital to remove her from this terrifying experience.

April 10, 2015

By L. Jean

I am a friend or relative of resident

Because I couldn't help save my dad hopefully this review will help save someone. One nurse on duty can't do everything. My dad was found on the floor in his rm unresponsive so I was told. He was Sent to a hospital across the street with tubes everywhere and died. I went to Belmont to retrieve his things and found a wk worst of soiled clothes and a handwritten note my dad wrote before he die. On the note he was trying to get someone to help him. This facility was well decorated but was not properly staffed at night. My experience was horrible. Now it's a year later since my dad died and I feel compelled to warn people to PLEASE do their research before you chose a rehab for your love ones. My dad fought for his life. He was always happy and smiling. This facility staff, failed my dad. Lloyd died April 28, 2014

March 24, 2015

By green with envy

I am a friend or relative of resident

My mother came here for rehab after a week in the hospital for pnumonia. Her first night there, she fell out of bed, laid in her own waste for hours before anyone checked on her. The staff was a mixed bag of super attentive, kind, to mean spirited and angry. The medical care was also lacking and the food was horrible. they lined up the residents in the hallway like cattle to feed when it came time for medicaitons and treatment. She was moved after a week, horrible feeling about that place.

January 28, 2015

By Caring son-in -law


We were fooled by the beauty of this place and the number of managers who said they cared. Our intent was to place my mother-in-law there for rehab and stay as a resident for ongoing care. We were there every day and then again every night. Our observations and how she was treated led us to get her out of there as fast as possible after about 3 weeks. Mostly non-caring techs, not being fed unless we were there to do so, not cleaning leading to two UTIs eventually requiring a hospital stay, and much more led us to not bring her back. Food was left in her room at lunch and we would find that evening upon arrival--no one helped her eat. When in dining at evening, the techs would talk and commune while the residents would just stare at the food --and they did not care that we were there feeding our mother. A late night call from night nurse saying she was too much trouble and we needed to come up and stay (not enough people to take care of all the people there) when they knew all issues she had when admitted. We found her with major bruises on her body several times and the nurses said she fell (when she can not walk?).We found once her in the room reclining chair where they had placed her while changing sheets but was left there for hours until we came that evening. The afternoon shift had not checked on her or just left her there uncovered, cold, and unattended. Complaints fell on deaf ears -- "not my shift or not my job" This place is top heavy in management to sell you on placing there buy little follow up. Two meetings to determine care were cancelled by them and never followed up to re-schedule even after our trying to do so.

August 22, 2014

By Disappointed in my profession

I am a friend or relative of resident

Do not be fooled by the "looks"!!!very beautiful but looks DO NOT mean good nursing care! Call lights can stay on for 30 +min without being answered. Try calling the floor nurses cell phone and you get"this number has not set up a mail box!" The great therapies cannot make up for the insensitive nursing personnel . I have been in the nursing profession for over 45 years,this is not how it's to be done.

August 05, 2014


I visited this facility

Very nice looking but don’t judge a book by its cover. My 93yr old family member was here for rehab. Like many skilled nursing facilities, the care is lacking. Staff is bottom of the barrel. One area of the facility smelled like pee and or poop every time I was there. Some of the staff would tell me anything so I would leave them alone. When you press the call button someone would come but then tell you they had to finish something and would be right back and this would sometimes take 30-45 minutes. My family member was on a puree diet so not sure about the food. Never was contacted by a Dr. They had my family member wearing the thinnest diapers I have seen. After a couple of hours the diaper would leak onto the bed. When he first got in there they were changing his bedding 2/day. I asked for a barrier pad and the nurse said they don't have any which was BS since my private caretaker scrounged around and found some. No bed alarms either which is a bad situation considering the substandard level of care here. Within a week my family member caught a virus there and ended up back in the hospital. If you have had to deal with these facilities then you know that none are perfect and the entire industry is overrun with poor caretakers. Regardless, most want the best for their family. Don't be fooled by pretty places. Walk in these places unescorted and look around. As rude as it sounds, look into as many rooms as possible. Talk to some of the residents and their families if possible.

November 22, 2013

By sataylor3042

I am a friend or relative of resident

Please do not put anyone you care about in this facility. There are a few of the nursing staff that are god and nice but most of the administration is not. My sister went there for rehab for a badly broken humerus and was supposed to be there for several weeks in therapy and then possibly staying there long term. They basically threw her out before two weeks was up with only the excuse of it wasn't a good fit. We were called less than 72 hours from the time they were dismissing her and told us to find another place. The building are very misleading because they are beautifully furnished and kept up. Unfortunately the rest of the service is terrible.

June 26, 2013

By Tony13

I visited this facility

Wife has been in The Belmonth at Twin Creeks for two days now. It has been great so far. The staff was nice. All her needs at this point had been taken care of in a timely manner.

March 29, 2013

By stark7

I am a friend or relative of resident

When our mom first came to the Belmont she was comatose from a massive stroke that had left her unable to talk, walk, move and even swallow. With much time and attention from the Belmont's nursing staff and therapy department, mom slowly began to recover. First, the therapy department taught her how to move different parts of her body. In time, mom began to sit, stand and even walk. The woman who could not utter a sound was able to understand and respond. She soon was able to form words. Before long, she was once again able to have complete conversations. Thoughts that took forty five minutes for her to finish, now came out in normal conversation. We could not have done this on our own. Our mom came to the Belmont as a vegetable-but literally walked out on her own power. Mom has been able to regain much of her self sufficiency and dignity thanks to the time and attention from an incredibly gifted and professional staff. Thank you, to each and every caring staff person who nurtured, cared and literally loved my mom from death to life. What a gift you gave our family. You all - are priceless. With deep regard and much Respect, Rev. Stephen D. Stark

March 12, 2013

By rosie64

I am a friend or relative of resident

I had a friend who went to the Belmont for her hip. This place was great. Great care and caring staff. Therapy got my friend strong and mobile. What was great is that she saw the same therapist every day. She loved the food too.

March 12, 2013

By master_str

I am a friend or relative of resident

I had a friend who did their therapy here and during my visits I was happy to see such personable and caring staff that surrounded her. everywhere you walked someone always greeted you. She had a knee replacement and she said that her therapist was great. The motivated her to get to her goals. We are very thankful to The Belmont.

March 07, 2013

By txstar

I visited this facility

My mom was recently in Belmont after having her knee fixed Her care was great staff attentive and therapy was amazing. she is walking without pain and able to get around without any problems. Our family really appreciates all she received while a patient there.

December 01, 2012

By helpmymoms

I am a friend or relative of resident

The workers here at this facility neglected, ignored and were unprofessional in taking care of my mother. They did not take care of her. They did not give her towels, medicines on time, food warm or help her to get out of bed or to shower. This place does not care for people. Don't go there!!!

August 27, 2012

By Lauren5

I visited this facility

The building was very nice but the employees did not seem to take their job responsibly. The fact that the people staying here were relying on these workers to take care of them did not seem to matter. My mother was very ill and needed help getting proper nutritional and rehabilitative needs. Her mental state was also failing which no one seemed to take any real action to help. She stayed over night once and the next night she began acting crazy because at the time she was coming off of the drug Lyrica and they failed to recognize any of the symptoms she was displaying. She had no idea what was going on and was hallucinating and the workers did nothing to calm her down. We ended up having to pull her out of their care and bring her home because of their inability to do anything to help her. The workers seemed nice enough but did not seem actually qualified to be taking care of ill people.

February 02, 2012

By IGotLucky

I am a friend or relative of resident

My mom stayed at this facility for a week for rehab. She has been to several other facilities in the area over the past 10 years. This is one of the worst one we have been to. The place looks nice, but don't be fooled by it. The staff is very incompetent and will not take care of their patients. There were cases that my mom would have to wait for almost an hour to get any attention after riniging the bell for help. in another case we had to wait for almost 5 hours to get someone to give my mom sponge bath after we asked for it. They asked us to be there to help them with this, but the nurse kept disappering and would come back and say it would be another 15 minutes, and then she would be gone for 2 hours again.

July 30, 2011

By stillalice

I am a friend or relative of resident

My mother stayed here late last summer and into the Fall. The facility is beautiful and most of the staff were professional and personable. A few could have used some tips from their co-workers. Overall, it was a good experience for both me and my mother. I would recommend it to others, especially after reading some reviews about other facilities in the area.
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  • Ownership Type: For Profit Limited Liability Company
  • Date Certified: 10/01/2020


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