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Presbyterian Village North

8600 Skyline Drive, Dallas, TX 75243

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4.05

(18 reviews)

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Reviews of Presbyterian Village North in Dallas, Texas

4.05

(18 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.5

  • Staff

    4.8

  • Food

    4.5

Ernest

4

December 3, 2023

I visited this facility

The Presbyterian Village North impressed me very favorably. I visited it twice, once in the spring of the year, and my second visit was in September or October. It was very attractive both inside and out. Just some very nice features there. It was perhaps the most expensive place that I visited, and that gave me some pause, but it was a very attractive feeling. And then the person that showed me around me, her name was Heather, who was very accommodating, helpful and followed up in a friendly but not a pushy way. Also, they had a backup generator that would power them independently for a while.

Larry

4

May 20, 2023

I visited this facility

Presbyterian Village North impressed me the most. The residents seemed happy above all. The facilities look great. So I was impressed with it more than with the others. The food was adequate for sure. I think they did a good job. No problems. They're dealing with a terrible dilemma with a bunch of old folks. They're doing the best they can.

Ivan

4

June 7, 2022

I visited this facility

The Presbyterian Village North was very nice. They had some stand-alone garden homes, or patio homes is what they call them. The staff that gave the tour was very nice. They have transportation available to various places. We looked at the patio home, not the apartments because the apartments were under construction when we went. The patio homes were very nice and they had some bathroom accessible issues for the wheelchair. They have kitchens in the patio homes, and they have a dining area in the apartments, but the apartments were still under construction. The facility was very well-maintained and very nice-looking.

Jan

4

November 8, 2021

I visited this facility

I toured the Presbyterian Village North. They had very good security. Their grounds were excellent, well-kept, with lots of trees and flowers, and a lot of greenery. It's a quiet neighborhood, and the little houses or cottages have been kept up and remodeled, so all the facilities look new. There's nice amenities, it was an excellent place, it did have a big enough living room on it, and it had an extra, like a den to it, or an office, whatever you needed it to be. It had an extra room with the two bedrooms and two baths. It's very bright. The only drawback for me was the location of the unit they had available. I didn't care for that. It was close to Forest Lane, sort of backed up to Forest Lane, and I live close to 635, so I didn't want traffic noise. The staff member, Paige, was excellent. I didn't see a dining area because there was a lot of construction, they're building some more units, and the main building where the dining area was is in the middle of the construction area right now. Instead of going to the dining room, they're delivering the meals to everybody so they don't have to go through the construction. They get construction on both sides of the building, and it makes it a little hard for people to get to it, but the grounds and the walking paths were manicured very nicely. They have all kinds of classes, they have an indoor swimming pool, and then they have classes where you can do exercises in the pool. They have a lot. The problem that I had with that was it was a little out of my price range. The money to put down on it was more than I thought I could afford, except they do tell you if you can afford it or not, because that was my biggest concern. She said I could, but I wasn't real comfortable with it, so that was another drawback for me. I just couldn't make myself comfortable with the feeling that I could afford it. It's either 60 or 66 acres of property. Paige just drove me around, showing that they had executive homes that are a little bigger. It looks just like a regular home with a nice big yard, and they keep care of all that. She drove me to the newer units that were in the back. I think it was two stories high, or three stories high, with underground parking. That was a beautiful view of the nice green area in front of it.

Carol

5

October 31, 2017

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

My mother was in Presbyterian Village for rehab. They did a great job and were caring and helpful. They talked about the problems with us and fixed them. Everything went well. They had very beautiful grounds, and the location was convenient.

Provider Response

We hope this finds your mother continuing to do well, Carol. Choosing the right place for rehab is critical, and we're glad we were able to play a role in your mother's health and wellbeing. Thanks for leaving a review! Your thoughts are definitely helpful for others in need of similar services.

Dean346435

5

October 19, 2016

I visited this facility

My parents are in Presbyterian Village North Dallas for less than a month now. They seem to have everything from independent living to burial. It is beautiful and expensive.

Mark506728

4

September 19, 2016

I visited this facility

Presbyterian was expanding, and we were able to get in to one of their new units, so the timing was perfect. It just happened; we did not know they were expanding until we got to Dallas. Location is also important to us; our daughter lives in Dallas, and this is not far from her house. It’s not as elaborate as the facility that we looked, but it appears to fit our needs.

Lynetta

5

July 29, 2016

I visited this facility

I was very impressed with Presbyterian Village. It was quite clean and quiet, but I thought it needed some additional outside lighting. They were on the lower level and did not have a lot of steps, so I was pleased.

Roonie

3

October 13, 2015

I am a friend or relative of resident

When my parents moved to Presbyterian Village North, there was a five year waiting list. Their initial experience in independent living was wonderful. Spacious living, friends they had known for years, wonderful staff who had been part of PVN for many years. Wonderful activities, beautiful grounds and good food in a lovely dining facility. Ideal situation for them! About seven years ago, there was a dramatic change. All of the regular employees we loved and trusted suddenly left. Food quality lessened. The once friendly atmosphere was gone, replaced by an "us" versus "them" mentality. Residents were no longer respected and treated with great kindness and affection. They became second class citizens. Micro management replaced the good judgment of experienced wonderful staff. The turnover of employees was exhausting and confusing to the residents and families. Now, people show up to work for a very meager pay check and their attitudes at work reflect that resentment. Presbyterian Village was bought out by Texas Healthcare, and things went downhill. There are many new building being built now. Buildings are not the mainstay of good assisted living. Without good, experienced, caring staff, new buildings mean little. Residents, families and staff are not treated with the same respect and care that they once were. It is really tragic to see what has happened to PVN in the past few years. "Presbyterian" and religion have nothing to do with PVN now. Please consider every option available to you before selecting PVN for someone you care about. PVN needs to clean house, starting with upper management. In prior years, the head of PVN interacted with the residents and staff on a daily basis. PVN was like a big family then. Now, one never sees anyone from management. They are all behind closed doors cost cutting.

Pam110810050

5

July 15, 2015

I visited this facility

My mom will be moving in Presbyterian Village North. The staff is very accommodating. The apartments are very nice. It is currently being remodeled. The dining room is very nice. We tried the food, and it was very good.

Peter29

5

January 30, 2015

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My wife spent about six weeks at Presbyterian Village. They did a very good job of getting her from where she was to being able to get around, and now she had a home rehabilitation. She had her own private room, and it was really nice. She was close to the nurse's station so they were very quick to respond whenever she needed the help, and she was happy with it.

Fedup35

1

January 27, 2015

I am a friend or relative of resident

My mom has been in there for almost 3 weeks and most of the staff are clueless on operating oxygen machines and she can't use her CPAP machine because it's not compatible with theirs. Most of their employees are there just for a pay check. Very few are educated enough to know what they are doing. I will NEVER bring my mom here again.

Don42

5

December 20, 2014

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My mother is in Joyce Hall at Presbyterian Village North, which is their assisted living. She was in independent living for 16 years, and then she was in the assisted living for a year and a half. She selected it, and she is happy; I'm just not because it's such a long drive. The facilities, surroundings, activities, I give 5 stars. The food when she moved in would've been 5 stars, but I give it about 3 stars now; there is a noticeable decline in the food. They got a brand new dining director, so maybe that's part of the reason. They have movies four or five times a week, card games, aerobics, worship services on Sundays, bible studies through the week, book reading clubs, and they go out on outings on a pretty regular basis. The staff is very good and very caring. She has a private one-bedroom apartment with a kitchenette, a very large bathroom, and a large walk-in closet; you could make a bedroom out of that walk-in closet. It does not have a full kitchen. It has basically a refrigerator and a microwave. It is a very caring community. Currently, she does not like the food, but she used to love the food.

Caring91894650

1

October 31, 2014

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I would not recommend Presbyterian Village because my mom would have died in the rehab facility had I not moved her out there. The reason I chose them in the very beginning was because I heard very good things about them, but the place was terrible. With their staff, some of them were helpful, but some of them were not. They would just put her in a room, give her medicine and that's it.

Bill19

5

June 25, 2013

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Both my parents were at Presbyterian Village North before they passed away. The whole thing was nice and everybody was good. The rooms were clean. It was a topnotch facility and I would recommend it if you have the money for it.

yelenamanul

3

April 10, 2012

I visited this facility

I had an internship at the Presbetirian Village North assisted living facility in Dallas, Texas, during my training to become a Certified Nursing Assistant. The overall impression of this facility is that it was very clean and well maintained. This facility even had a special ventilation system which dispersed different kind of fragrance into the air to subdue any kind of unpleasant odor. Every patient had a room which was designed to resemble their real home, using their own furnishing and personalized items as much as possible. The nursing staff really connected with their residents and cared about each individual as if for their own family. This facility really cared about resident's safety, all the rooms had motion and sensory pads and alarms to prevent the residents from falling out of beds, the beds were always lowered when a patient was left unattended as well as leaving the bed rails down to prevent any accidents. I was really impressed with the menu and variety of foods offered. It was a rich and nutritious menu that consisted of fresh fruits and vegetables, healthy choices of protein and fruit juices. The menu was also designed keeping in mind each resident's religious affiliation. The facility offered a wide variety of religious services and social activities every Sunday, several Christian and Jewish denominations. Every Friday the female residents were treated to an afternoon of free manicure and hairstyling services for pampering and relaxation experience. I thought that this facility did a great job as far as making their residents feel "at home".

AshliC

5

September 13, 2011

I visited this facility

I recently had a client that was lived in a independent living facility and her health declined so she had to relocate to a nursing home and her family asked me if I would help them locate a place that was great for there mother so I went to the Presbyterian Village North I was very impressed this facility was Huge and very secluded that would was great for me. .The whole community was gated in I seen security and they directed me to the assist.living portion of the center.There I was greeted by the receptionist she was very friendly and outgoing I noticed that she held the elevator open for each of the residents that were going back home and that made me feel safe knowing that she cared about the work that she did. I notice that there common area was filled with lots of book,magazines,coffee, tea and cookies and even seen some of the residents laughing while enjoying some treats.I was taken to one of the private rooms and it was a nice size equipped with a stand-up walk in shower it also had tons of closet space.The home was very ,very clean.I also went to the dining room and it was very spacious four to six residents to the table,wait staff seemed like they loved there job pushing residents to eat as much of there meal as possible. At the end of my tour I realized that there hall were pretty short and that was great for me because they spend a little bit more time with my client when on the days that I was off.So all in all I loved the place to and my experience was very pleasant.

Caring390672

5

July 29, 2011

I am a friend or relative of a resident

This facility offers several levels of care, including retirement housing, independent living, assisted living and nursing care. The staff are caring, kind, pleasant and compassionate. My father was in PVN the last year of his life and now my mother, who is declining due to dementia, is a resident. The rooms are large, with lots of light. Residents are encouraged to personalize their rooms by bringing furniture, paintings, plants and other items from home that provide them with a higher level of comfort. In addition to excellent medical care and therapy there are physical and mental programs offering entertainment and challenge - lectures, quiz shows, musicals, social hours etc. A well stocked library, beauty salon, restaurant, chapel etc. are all within the main building. My mother is receiving the best of care and comfort. Family live nearby and visit her daily and those of us who live out of town travel to Dallas frequently. We are always made welcome by the staff

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  • 1-bedroom apartments
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  • In Room Kitchenette
  • In Room Kitchens
  • Dining Room Shared Meals

Medicare

  • Health

    3.0

  • Overall

    3.0

  • Quality

    4.0

  • Staff

    4.0

Medicare Provider Number: 676135
    Ownership Type: Non profit - Corporation
    Rating Date: 9/1/2023

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