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411 ALABAMA, League City, TX 77573

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Reviews of Baywind Village Convalescent Center in League City, Texas

3.14

(21 reviews)

  • Facility

    3.1

  • Staff

    3.2

  • Food

    3.6

  • Activities

    2.9

  • Value

    2.9

John bishop

1

May 28, 2024

I visited this facility

They are a deceitful business no one is in charge everything is chaotic low staff. They give you the run around . I got my father out of there he was full of bed sores and sick. WARNED You

Val

5

February 10, 2024

I am/was a resident of this facility

Sharry my nurse was amazing hands down the best nurse they have here! And don't forget Lisa she rocks! These two ppl have made my stay worth it and I would recommend them to anyone. Overall everything was good...food could be better though..

am19881988

2

September 25, 2023

I am/was a resident of this facility

Waited 30+ minutes for pain medicine when I was crying in pain. Nurse was rude and said that there were other patients.

csm777

1

January 22, 2023

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

DO NOT send your love ones here. My 72 year old father was discharged from the hospital and sent here for physical therapy. He arrived at 1 and never got seen by a doctor, nurse or physical therapist. He was never given any of his medication or have his wound taken care of. The room was extremely hot the place is out dated and the rooms were ugly and small and you have a room mate. The mattered are air and run by a loud air compressor. The only positive was the food he said it was really good. He had to discharge himself at 7 the same day he got sent there. When we file a complaint the person in charge of the facility said that he was never in a patient there and never in the system. I had to sign a paper before we left saying that I was responsible for him leaving against medical assistant but somehow all the information is gone now. The nurses also said he was never seen because they do not have any doctor at night and they are short staffed on nurses. This place is depressing and awful.

poodiesmom

1

June 17, 2022

I am/was a resident of this facility

If your loved one needs pain medications, this place is hideous about getting the meds to the patients on time. It is the night shift that can't seem to do their job.

Jo L

1

July 14, 2021

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

If the patient has dementia, don't expect the staff to know how to care for them without you. You need to see your family member everyday to know if they are declining. You'll need to ask (insist) for a nurse or doctor (not an aid) to assess your loved one if you have any concerns. Drop in at different times of day to see their condition. Baywind has communication issues; internal and external. The best chance you have to talk to a nurse is late at night when the staff isn't as busy. If staff writes notes, the next shift might not be reading them.

Linda

3

June 22, 2021

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

My mom was at Baywind Village back in 2019 for rehab. The rooms were ugly and old. I also complained right off the bat because the shower smelled like urine. The administrator of the place called me on the phone and he apologized because he said, 'We do everything we can to not let it smell like that.' They went in there and scrubbed it well, and it never smelled like that again. The facility was kind of old. They could do a facelift on that place. Mom was there for three weeks. She gained like 12 pounds because the dietitian took mom under her wing. It was her goal to put weight on her, and she did. As far as the diet, they were amazing. Their physical therapy seemed to be very good with Mom. The facilities, as far as the bedroom, like the bedspreads looked like they were 100 years old, and the furniture was ugly, but the entranceway was nice. The facilities were good, except they needed to be updated.

C. Lynn

5

October 5, 2018

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

Baywind is an exceptional facility! I visited dear friends often during their stay there. The facility itself is immaculately clean, beautifully decorated and so home like, that it does not look like an average facility. During all the times I visited, I noticed that all of the staff were so caring, and would go above and beyond to help make the residents comfortable. I interacted with several of the staff and I have never seen such dedicated people that truly cared for each and every person they encountered. The facility is so organized, I was amazed. They offered many activities for the residents to participate in.The people that work in physical therapy are fantastic people as well! They are so positive and cheerful! The rooms are varied in size, and some are quite large. They are nice and bright with windows. Even the halls are decorated with beautiful pictures and lovely flooring. The main front sitting area is just gorgeous and it feels so peaceful. The facility is nestled among beautiful oak trees and it has many windows so it has an abundance of natural light. Baywind is an excellent facility in so many ways that are too numerous to put down in words to do it justice. I so appreciated all of the staff that took such good care of my friends. It was peace of mind knowing that my friends were getting the best care possible.

Mike

4

April 30, 2018

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

We were happy with Baywind Village. It was clean. The nurses were very good. They took care of my father and took him to the restaurant. He was never left alone. I think the food was OK because he did eat. They had plenty of activities and music in the evening, which my father enjoyed. They had someone play an instrument and bingo every evening. There were two people in my father's room. The room was kept clean, and the beds were changed regularly.

Gary

5

March 27, 2018

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

We're very satisfied with Baywind Village. It turned out to be very beneficial to my wife. The facility and services were great, and the care was good. The therapy people were wonderful. They had her walking in three days' time. They had bingo and other games, arts and craft, music, some low-grade yoga, and exercise machines. The staff was efficient, even though they had plenty of people there, they were answering every whim really quickly and you really didn't have to wait for anything. My wife was very satisfied with the food that she got there. She had the choice of bedside feeding or go to a cafeteria setting and eat there.

Gail431181

5

March 28, 2017

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

The first time my husband went to Baywind Village, it was excellent, and he did well. The second time he went, it took a week before they were able to get him into a room where he could start getting a little better, but on the other hand, they felt he was a little bit sicker when he came in this time, so I was a little disappointed. I thought they were excellent. Their location is great, and they have enough personnel to take care of each patient independently. They have everyone from bedridden people to people who are able to get up and get around. They have nice areas to eat in and a lot of social things to do, so I'm really impressed. They have quiet sitting areas if you want to sit and read a book and areas to interact with other people on completely different sides so you don't bother any of the patients. They keep my husband very busy all day long, which is the best thing he needs. I'm very impressed with them. Not only do they give him three meals a day, but they also have a cart that goes around with sandwiches, beverages, and fruit. There are also snacks in between your meals, and they even asked you if there's something that you like that they can bring in. Baywind is just for rehabilitation, and it's not like you could live there until you die, so maybe that's a drawback.

Loving daughter, Pamela

5

December 21, 2016

I visited this facility

My father had to have his gall bladder removed October 2016. His doctor recommended that he go into a skilled nursing facility for rehabilitation/therapy (Sniff). Being that his lower extremities were weak! I sent him to a " SUPPOSEDLY SKILLED FACILITY" in Alvin! He was there for approximately 40 days! Prior to surgery he was very independent, could walk on his own,and truly loved the outdoors & would walk a mile daily, dress himself, shower and use the restroom! When he came out of this facility in Alvin he was very "Dependant" They failed him miserably! He now wears diapers and I change them, shower him, get him dressed, assist him on getting out of bed or chair, basically he can no longer do ANYTHING BY HIMSELF! It is heart breaking to see my 73 year old father that was once full of life & spunk spiral down to where he is now! He just had another surgery, which his doctor (New Doctor) if recommending that he go into a skilled nursing facility for physical therapy! Someone highly recommend Baywind Village, was told they had a "5" star rating! I spoke with Beth and met with her that same day for a tour of the facility! Wow! I was so impressed, the "5" star rating DOES NOT even compare! If there were a "100" star rating, that's what I would give them! As I drove between the BEAUTIFUL trees and land scaping, I could see their BEAUTIFUL Christmas tree all lit up and sparkling! As I entered I was greeted by a very well dressed, nice employee, I then met with Beth! From the moment I spoke with her on the telephone and meeting her I felt in my heart that this is where my father was meant to be and have his therapy! Beth listened to me all of my concerns and horrible past experience with the facility in Alvin. She answered all of my questions and went over all of their policies, activities, insurance and billing questions and answeres! She then gave me the "Grand Tour" ! WOW! The entire facility was RATHER IMMACULATE and coming from a person that is "OCD" about cleanliness! It had such a "CLEAN & REFRESHING" smell down every hall & every room! There was not even a fuzz ball or lint on the carpet, the floors were shinning! The house keeping employees do a PHENOMENAL job! The decor throughout was absolutely gorgeous! The Christmas trees throughout the facility looked as though they were decorated by professional decorators and came out of the Better Homes and Gardens magazine , however, the were decorated by the Baywind Village staff! I was always taught growing up that you do your very best at any or everything you do at school, church or on your job, it doesn't matter how small or large the task may be, your ability, actions and words represent who you are as a person! Touring this place and meeting some of the administration staff, receptionist, therapist and nurses, they make you feel welcomed! From the moment you walk in the door, you do NOT feel like your at a skilled nursing facility! The private and semi private rooms are spacious, cozy and inviting! They have a private dining area that has an eight to ten chair dinning table with a georgous Chandler above. You can reserve it for family breakfast, lunch or dinner with your loved one/ones! Their regular dining area is spacious! Their physical therapy rooms are spacious with state of the art equipment! They have daily and hourly fun activities for the residents! I'm so relieved now, that Baywind Village will be my father's home while he is under going physical therapy there! I will add an update during and after his treatment there! Wishing Everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy, Prosperous New Year! May God Bless You All & Our Country! Pamela

Gwen005866

4

November 22, 2016

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

My friend liked Baywind very much. The food was great. The attention was great. The room was fine. She had a roommate, and she even got along with her. So, that worked out really well. The rehab was good.

Anonymous116732350

4

November 30, 2015

I am a friend or relative of a resident

We chose Baywind Village Convalescent Center because it is convenient to where we live. It is one of the two nursing homes in our area, and it is approved by Medicare. The people are very friendly. My wife’s room is small, with two people in it.

MR. Alvarado

1

November 11, 2015

I am a friend or relative of resident

My mother was recently transferred here for rehab after a long stay at the hospital. I am not impressed with this facility. It seems to be under staffed at night and patients are going unattended for long periods of time. from day one my questions where not met with good explanations and my concerns were not set to ease. And after two days my worse fears were confirmed with a early morning call that my mother had fallen after only being at the facility for two days. her fall was due to no one responding to her call light for a lengthy time for her to reach the restroom. after that day it seemed the staff had addressed the issue and she was being check on regularly. un till today when I visit and she informed me of her call light going off for 8 + hrs before being responded too, at which point she could not hold her bladder for any longer she soiled her self. and minimal effort was given to her to clean her up. Ian completely dissatisfied with facility and hope this type of neglect is not happening to other peoples family members at this facility.

Diane S.

2

July 4, 2015

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My mother was in Baywind Village Convalescent Center. I didn’t want to go back to it. Her doctor didn’t come in until after midnight and was never there during the day. That’s not right; they ought to be more available. I ended up calling that doctor and said she needed to continue her treatment for UTI. No one ever continued the treatment. They took her back to the hospital in critical condition, with a severe UTI and pneumonia, and her blood pressure was 70/30 or something. She was hospitalized for a week; she almost died. When she finally got admitted and got severe, that’s when the doctor called me. It was too late; she was out in hospital.

toofewoptions

2

July 1, 2015

I am a friend or relative of resident

My Mother was at Baywind for a couple of months during 2014. I was excited when they accepted her from a long-term-care facility as the place seemed clean and well-staffed. But, I don't think Baywind was thrilled to have my Mother who has Alzheimer's and needed transfer assistance. I think she required more care than they were interested in providing. Probably a great facility if your loved one can take care of themselves.

Jean105583250

5

March 7, 2015

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Right now my sister is in Baywind Village for rehab, and she broke her shoulder and dislocated her hip. This is my sister’s third stay, and the staff has always been very helpful and conscientious. The management is willing to listen to the patient’s inputs and concerns. They keep the facility very clean. At the Christmas party, they did a wonderful job of welcoming the visitors. The rooms are shared rooms and not very big, but I like the way they’re laid out because they give the patients a lot of privacy. They have a large dining area, but my sister is not very happy about the food. The management took her input to make corrections so the patients can get hot food. By the time the food was served, it was cold. They have a beauty shop on site, and I do know they do publish a calendar with various events.

Caring94681550

5

February 10, 2015

I visited this facility

I liked Baywind Village. They were friendly and helpful. I like the size of the rooms better than the semi-private. After my husband was in the hospital, they didn't have a bed. Because he has Alzheimer's and he is not friendly, I wasn't really that focused on the activities. I like the room. I liked the director of nursing, and everyone was friendly. I just like the feeling here better than the other place I visited.

knicole

1

January 6, 2015

I am a friend or relative of resident

nice smell and pleasant atmosphere. However, nursing staff and administrators seem to lack patience, care/concern, and understanding of patients with complex diagnoses such as brain injury. Many patients left sitting in the hallway for extended periods of time. Seems less tolerant of more dependent clients and clients with atypical behaviors, such as those with alzheimers and brain injuries. Unable and unwilling to consider individualized behavioral and cognitive interventions for those who would benefit from them

h-tremble

4

June 23, 2012

I visited this facility

I usually dislike going to nursing homes because I feel like the people who are in the home are helpless waiting to go onto the afterlife. But that wasn't the case at this particular place. I must havedriven past this place over a dozen times but I had never expected this to be a nursing home i more expected it to be to a higher end apartment complex(couldnt be more wrong right!) I was out ofstate when my grandfather moved in there so naturally as soon as i got back i hussled right over and i was shocked as i rolled up to see a familar building. I had always loved hearing my grandfathers stories and as i entered i was suprised to see my grandfather swapping war tales with other veterans they were all interesting individuals. I love visiting him and his new found friends i would definly recommendanybody to send their loved ones there.

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Services and Amenities of Baywind Village Convalescent Center in League City, Texas

General

  • Resident Capacity: 128

Medicare

  • Health

    4.0

  • Overall

    4.0

  • Quality

    2.0

  • Staff

    3.0

Medicare Provider Number: 675323
    Ownership Type: For profit - Corporation
    Rating Date: 9/1/2023

About Baywind Village Convalescent Center in League City, Texas

Baywind Village Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation is located in League City, TX, and offers a variety of care types including Skilled Nursing Care, Short-term Rehabilitation Care, Respite Care, and Hospice Care. The community provides different room options such as private rooms and semi-private rooms. Rooms in the community are designed to cater to the needs of its residents, with amenities like full kitchens and accessible bathrooms available in some rooms, ensuring comfort and convenience.

The amenities at Baywind Village are extensive and cater to both the social and practical needs of its residents. The community offers organized activities and programs, meals, an emergency response system, and social activities and events. Residents can enjoy meals together in communal dining areas or relax in shared common areas. WiFi and internet access are available throughout the facility. Additional amenities include salon services, ambulatory assistance features, group exercise options, and various entertainment activities and programs, all aimed at enhancing the living experience.

Baywind Village also provides a range of services to support the health and well-being of its residents. There are nurses and therapists on staff, including specialists in physical and occupational therapy. The community offers medication management services, diabetic care, and assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs). Housekeeping services ensure that living spaces are clean and comfortable, and a nutrition specialist is on staff to help with dietary needs. Furthermore, the community accepts various types of insurance, making it easier for residents to manage their healthcare finances.

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