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Kittitas Valley Home Health & Hospice Review by Anonymous

Kittitas Valley Home Health & Hospice
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Too many negative situations to mention. The end of life care was so poor we had to move to another county.

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Greenville Memorial Hospital Review by Anonymous

Greenville Memorial Hospital
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Good place to go if you want to end it all

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Greenville Memorial Hospital
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Golden Living Center Indianapolis Review by Anonymous

Golden Living Center Indianapolis
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I would not use this facility. They say they care for residents as my grandmother sits in pain because of lack of communication between there so called Dr. And so called nurses! X-rays and medication not given as directed as told leaving family members to worry and do all that they would need to as if they were not even in a facility! Why send them to a facility if family have to make sure members are fed and have at least fresh water to drink. I have been there when people have had food sat in front of them incapable of eating left with one lonely aid to feed and hand out 40 meals to residents on her own! Some never opening trays and if they did I'm sure there food was ice cold. They run out of food that was to be served as well. God Bless the aid that puts up with the aids that walk by with there MCD and dare to lend a hand. There are a handful of Great nurses in the place and there hands are tied unfortunately. You would be better off hiring in care and stay home if you can!

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Golden Living Center Indianapolis
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Manor Court of Clinton Review by Anonymous

Manor Court of Clinton
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The care at manor in Clinton illinois was just teriable my mom was always wet bed soars my dad was always dirty and was always hurt left behind curtain in his room to much to write this place almost let my mom die I had to get her help moved both parents out family that still have loves ones in there are scared to complain they her nurses and cna talk they won't help them if complain when state goes in it needs to be a surprise not let them no your coming

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Manor Court of Clinton
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Avante at St. Cloud, Inc Review by Anonymous

Avante at St. Cloud, Inc
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My Mom had a "fall". Even though she was strpped into a wheelchair and couldnt walk. The neglect here is horrible. Less then 2 weeks later she died. They had her room packed up within 2 hours.My mom was just another number to them

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Avante at St. Cloud, Inc
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Freeman Health System Freeman West Review by Anonymous

Freeman Health System Freeman West
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ER sucks!!!! have had 10 visits with myself and family they didn't get what was wrong on any off the 10 should have went to a vet in mexico.

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Freeman Health System Freeman West
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Southpointe Healthcare Center Review by Anonymous

Southpointe Healthcare Center
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I would avoid this facility at all costs. My father was taken to this facility for rehab after a fall at home. When he got there he was confused (due to Alzheimer's) however was able to walk and talk. Two months later he was gone. Some of the care he received was inexcusable. One day we went to visit him, he was in the sitting room yelling out for help, sitting under an air conditioning vent shivering, because his clothes were soaked. When we approached him he was begging for a drink of water. When my son asked why he was wet the aid stated that he spilt water on himself. At this point he was suppose to be fed by an aid so why would anyone give him a cup to drink from when it was something he could no longer do by himself. Further more why was he left to sit in wet clothing. NEGLECT. We asked for a cup of water for him and they gave us a cup of thicken. Although that is not something that would hurt him it was never prescribed for him to be on. The normal answer we received when they were questioned was I don't know why or who said or did that. They always blamed someone else. We also were told that he would no longer eat nor drink anything however when we came to see him he begged someone for a drink of something. He always ate for me. We asked for the aides to do something for us and I saw them rolling their eyes like it was a big deal and not only with my father but towards other residents. There were only two staff members that I would commend. If you are going to live at that facility with a loved one, you might be ok but if you have to leave like most people do good luck to the care they will receive. In the two months that he was there I had seen enough, I feel sorry for the people that have become long term residents and would definitely advise the families to think twice about this facility. I thought for a bit that maybe the people that are there that are less coherent might be the ones that get treated badly ( still not condoning the care) but soon found I was wrong. We met up with a friend of ours who happen to be in the facility at the same time and he is of sound mind. He also complained of the care. I could go on and on about the problems we encountered but I will stop at this because it disgusts me to know a human being can be treated this badly. I wanted to write this review in hopes that I save someone else's life before they take it away.

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Southpointe Healthcare Center Review by Anonymous

Southpointe Healthcare Center
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After seeing my father-in-law go from needing to rehab his back due to a fall, within 2 months, my father-in-law was deceased. The quality of care completely sucks. Aides were rough with this man when he needed to be moved. We were told he never wanted to eat or drink but every time my wife and I came to visit him he was begging for water and food. This man was a WWII Veteran who deserved better treatment than this facility could ever give. SouthPointe Healthcare Center needs to be closed. DO NOT CHOSE THIS FACILITY FOR YOUR LOVED ONE!

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Rightway Medical Review by Anonymous

Rightway Medical
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Once again just another clinic that treats you like a nasty addict and not a human being. It is horrible when I am dosing at the window and the nurses are talking bad about the person who dosed before me. I understand it is a business and without our money coming in no one would have a job. Next time anyone employed there looks down their nose at us again they should remember they work for us so maybe we should be treated with a little more dignity.

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Recovery Works Drug & Alcohol Review by Anonymous

Recovery Works Drug & Alcohol
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This place is not a rehab it's like a young people camp. Except they keep u high as a kite. I started refusing the meds and that brought on anger from my counselor. My counselor pitted me and my husband against eachother. Told me I could see my family on Sunday If I would just stay because I wanted to leave because the place was so shady. She told my husband to lie to me and tell me he could not come visit me. That's just so they could manage to get me on the subutex. It did not work I still signed myself out and then told my husband all the things I seen there. 1st of all there is no privacy. Women and men are together and I'd say 35 people in one building trying to use 4 bathrooms that are disgusting. I know there's violations that board of health would definitely shut them down.also sexual activity between the younger people.When I got out of there I literally felt like I was dying. I was scared. DO NOT send your loved ones here. I guarantee they will not come out the same person. They try to keep u away from the outside world(family) and I truly believe they brain wash people.PLEASE if someone u know needs help take them to a hospital to Detox and then they can recommend outside treatment or find a better place. This place changed me. I filed a complaint with insurance and nothing has happened. I don't know what else to do.

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Clean & Sober Recovery Services, Inc Review by Anonymous

Clean & Sober Recovery Services, Inc
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Clean and Sober Recovery literally saved my life. I was on suicide watch before I was driven there. Now, at 15 months clean and sober, I don't even rember what that could have felt like. Even more important than helping me stop drinking, C&S tought me how to release a lifetime worth of fear, disappointment, resentment, anger. I also learned coping skills, such as how to process new situations and emotions in a more productive way so that they don't just get "thrown on the pile" like they usually would. Coping skills that for some reason some of us seem to have missed. C&S is like a home to me. The staff are like family to me. I will always be grateful. My life is good and beautiful again. More so than before. Hang in there. There is help. xoxo Caree C.

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Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center Review by Anonymous

Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center
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come int to er with ambulance, extreme pain. Go to triage never get signed in, wheeled back to waiting room. Almost no one there. Told wait would be 3-4 hours. Next thing over the speaker my names screamed..violation of HIPPA privacy to sign in. Before I sign in they tell me they are busy and it will me many hours before I'm seen. Decide not to sign in and call cab to go back home. Next thing I get a bill for thousands of dollars for what I have no idea. WHAT TRIAGE...They refuse to drop this... The waiting room was empty...All employees sitting around doing nothing. Why should I have my insurance company billed for zero medical assistance, I went him in extreme pain

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St. Charles Hospital Review by Anonymous

St. Charles Hospital
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ER you don't even get a doctor but a PA that has no idea of what they do, they insult you because you come in with cardiac signs, but as a woman were are laughed at. A RN for over 30 years the care was a horror. Went to your ER from major headaches with critical concussion syndrome.Handed pills and did nothing. Your concussion clinic only has interest in KIDS IN SPORTS..that's where the real money is...Adults with major head injuries ?Post Concussion Syndrome get zero care.. 26 months I'm in critical condition and they have done nothing to evaluate the real situation.. I guess when a patient dies in ER or your Concussion Clinic you might wake up..They put all your medical history on their computers and most of it is wrong.. BUT AS STATED IT"S FOR YOUR SAFETY AND PROTECTION...

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Center for Mental Health Review by Anonymous

Center for Mental Health
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The Residential/Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Services Center in the Reading Hospital Health System is quite possibly the saddest excuse for a drug rehabilitation center if you are recovering from anything but an addiction to opiates or heroin. I myself am recovering from a methamphetamine addiction and the staff at this center simply had no idea what to do with me. They are only educated it seems to deal with those addicted to "downers" like heroin. I was the only patient there at the time who was not addicted to/recovering from heroin and was treated by the staff as not important. I was never told the rules of the center, meaning that I had to break almost everyone of them and be scolded for doing so to learn them. I was never given a tour or a "buddy" to show me where anything was. I had to search and look through all the rooms to find out where all my belongings had been put. During my 30 hour stay I had no idea whether I was admitted into the actual rehab part of the center or if I was in detox (they would not look and tell me what my file said with my permission) the staff was extremely condescending and arrogant. Throwing me dirty looks and saying rude comments at my first sign or mention of displeasure and wanting to leave. The doctor was seemingly in too much of a rush to even look up from his computer at me (also, I was not even given time to use the rest room after having been woken up at 7am to meet the doctor because he wanted to see the patients and attend his more important/higher paying clients) and see how physically damaged I was from my drug use. The staff neglected to give me my correct dose of medicine my first day in treatment. When I did decide to leave they "could not find" a number of my belongings which seems strange to me after only having been there, as I said, about 30 hours. I was actually so mentally distraught after my stay that instead of even letting these incompetent staff members look for my things that I cut my losses and left those belongings there. In closing, I am staying clean outside of any treatment center because I am too afraid to attend another one after my terrible experience at the Reading Drug and Alcohol Center. You could say that it scared me straight which may be the only good thing that came from the stay. Regardless of drug preference, I would not recommend going to this center. They will treat you like nothing because there will always be referrals (money$$$$$) coming in from the Reading Hospital. Thanks

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Southern Oaks Review by Anonymous

Southern Oaks
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My mom was recommended to a nursing home, Southern Oaks in Pensacola, FL. for "rehabilitation" purposes. In the two weeks she was there she hallucinated the entire time, (was not hallucinating before she was admitted nor does she have Dementia or Alzheimer's) they lost a lot of clothes, lost glasses, lost a blanket, and another patient rolled into my mom's room and my sister asked, is that my mom's shirt on that patient?” They checked the tag and sure enough it was her shirt. My mom was left in her soiled diaper, so much so that it soaked through her clothes (#1 & #2). The only doctor she has seen is a general physician and maybe a psychiatrist. In the 2 weeks she was in the home, she only seen the general physician one time, for a few short minutes. My sister and I asked numerous times to speak with the physician that seen her. They told my sister to come back the next morning and she could speak with the doctor, who turned out to be a psychiatrist and he did not know who my mom was, why she was there or state of health. She is in the home for rehabilitation due to a bad liver, not depression. Why did they send a psychiatrist to speak to my sister concerning my mother’s health? When my sister questioned the nurse about the general physician, she was told, "There are 200 patients in this building and he comes once a week. He is hard to get a hold to" or something of that nature but that is the gist of the response that she received. Why does this facility have only one doctor for 200 patients and is only required to come one day a week? If the work load is that hard on him that he can't even take time to speak with the patients family, don't you think they should look into hiring two doctors? When I walked into the nursing home on Wednesday, 09/10/14 the first thing I saw was two nurses going at it in the hall way. Yelling at each other, while other employees were telling them to be quiet, that didn't stop them, they just kept on yelling. I took her out of the nursing home and to the ER on my own accord. The ER explained to me that her ammonia levels were up and that she needs to be admitted. The next day Baptist took 2 liters of fluid out of her stomach. They are now trying to do everything they can to get her mental state back to normal again. I don't understand why it took my sister and I to notice that my mom needed to seek medical treatment. Why did the team of highly trained staff NOT notice anything? We told them numerous times that her behavior was in no way, shape, or form normal for her. I was treated badly when discussing the poor treatment of my mother with staff. They did not take proper care of my mother and I do not understand why no one cared to fix the situation and why I was being treated like a criminal. Southern Oaks was more concerned with protecting the staff and management team then they were my mother. This has been the worst experience. I am going to do whatever it takes to have this facility thoroughly investigated. I feel bad for the patients who do not have loved ones to come check on them. I know they are being treated poorly. This is a very sad situation for our loved ones who are unable to care for themselves. Do our elders not deserve dignity and respect?

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Strong Memorial Hospital Review by Anonymous

Strong Memorial Hospital
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My dad went into strong for open heart surgery. The surgery was a success they put him in a room with a patient that got an infection in the hospital. They released im early and when he left the hospital he was oozing with mercer. He went bak to the hospital and was opened up for two weeks while treating the infection. After he recovered and was closed back up , he had a stroke. Then came a staff infection and pnemonia. This was his death sentence. The Rn's were wonderful but his Dr., Dr. George Hicks painted this rosey picture to my mom and avoided coming into the room because my mom was around. The last few months have been a nightmare to my family but we are wiser now and stay clear of this hospital.

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Bowling Green Inn Review by Anonymous

Bowling Green Inn
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I admitted myself on August 8, 2014. My first rehab and a terrible experience. For starters I was never given any kind of lock him or orientation when entering rehab. It took over 24 hours for me to receive my personal belongings that I brought with me, clothes, soap, toothbrush, deodorant, pajamas, etc. They lost my prescribed medication three different times resulting in not being able to take my required meds. The total of 20 days I was there I literally was offered three AA/NA meetings. The staff will think nothing of degrading you and talking in obscene language to the patients. I never once was able to get a one on one counseling session with my sign counselor the whole entire time I was there. Slept in room 31 with black mold, damp carpet, deplorable conditions much like you would expect in a penitentiary not a rehab, that coat me $3000 deductible mind you. When receiving meds you will wait in at least a two hour line. The patients there were forced to use a port a potty the whole time during the day time when your rooms are locked. Please visit here before sending yourself or a loved one here to get better.

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Flacra Yates Review by Anonymous

Flacra Yates
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Under developed staff. More worried about filling beds than client care.

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Tift Regional Medical Center Review by Anonymous

Tift Regional Medical Center
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My sister died due to a lack of prompt care and no autopsy was offered.

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Havenwyck Hospital Review by Anonymous

Havenwyck Hospital
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Actual this hellhole deserves NO stars. Horrible environment- prison like, the "aids" know nothing, no nurses in site...want to talk to a Dr. about your loved one and their (lack of) care? Good luck! This place is seriously One Flew over the Cucoos Nest bad...I am angry that places like this still exist in this century. DO NOT let your loved one get sent here!!

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Coastal Recovery Center Review by Anonymous

Coastal Recovery Center
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Doctor on staff, and IOP program

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Coastal Recovery Center Review by Anonymous

Coastal Recovery Center
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Alcohol and Drug addiction Intensive Outpatient program with an amazing family week.

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Fulton County Medical Center Review by Anonymous

Fulton County Medical Center
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I was in the emergency room because of a eye bleed, the ER Nurse Practioner said it could be a mini stroke and said I needed a MRI, I said ok. She did the test, and told me I had a chronic sinus infection and a bleed in my brain I was terrified, because in may they said I may have had a stroke. She assured me it was not, but that it was a sign of dementia, I am 50, so I was devastated. She told me that odds were good I would be ok, I called my neurologist. only to find out it was a misdiagnosis. my tests were normal, and she did not do a MRI as stated but a Cat-scan also she took me off my lowdose asprin and put me on what she called a milder version of asprin, my cario dr said it was stronger than asprin. And if I did have a bleed in the brain it would be bad.

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Turning Point Counseling, Inc Review by Anonymous

Turning Point Counseling, Inc
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Very helpful to me and my family.

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Turning Point Counseling, Inc Review by Anonymous

Turning Point Counseling, Inc
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This agency helped me turn my life around. Plus offer free support groups. My privacy was protected and the therapist I worked with was really knowledgeable.

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West Georgia Home Care Review by Anonymous

West Georgia Home Care
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Very unprofessional! Staff do not come out on a timely manner , they wait until the last minute to let you know when they are coming to your house. THE nurse call to say she was coming to do the bath after the physical therapist had already came out. who wants to take Physical therapy all sweaty and stinky. they didn't have the proper bandages for my wound after waiting 5 days before anyone even came out to my house after I was released from the hospital.

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El Dorado Council on Alcoholism (Edca) Review by Anonymous

El Dorado Council on Alcoholism (Edca)
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You're enforced to go to group and play uno

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Rolling Hills Care Center Review by Anonymous

Rolling Hills Care Center
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My mother did not feel as if she received enough pt or physical activity to recover.

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Alliance Healthcare Center at Braintree Review by Anonymous

Alliance Healthcare Center at Braintree
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As briefly as I can state the horrific experience we has when my ex-husband and father of my 2 adult children. Upon entering the main entrance your first thought is how comfortable you were and thought your loved one would be in a good place. However, for his being sent there was for End of Life care; he was sent to the second floor which we new was not even close to what I just described. Patients were in wheel chairs all around the nurses station drooling, yelling etc. Never once did I see any doctor on that floor. The room that he was put in had a non working oxygen connection which he was in constant need of high doses. He was plugged into the next beds connection and when a roommate was brought in, the plug was pulled. We had left for a very brief time finding him gasping to breath. After our calling for help it was plugged back in to the next beds connection. We were told many times that would be fixed that day and that day never came. Instructions for immediate notification if he was receiving doses of morphine often, that never happened. The nurses I can remember that were so very good to him were Terry and Debbie. The social worker discouraged him from requesting hospice services by telling him he would then be responsible for his bills. I apologize for not remembering all names. The one that is important is Leroy, who was his nurse when he died. We weren't called until after the fact. Upon my arrival, Leroy pointed to his room telling he thought he had passes knowing very well he had. Never accompanied me to his room, the entire evening there was NO COMPASSION from anyone. The only thing asked was for me to sign a form releasing his body when the funeral director arrived. We'll never know what the end was like for him and the kicker was to have his death certificate state main cause of death was dehydration. And finally he had no estate and that would have been what was responsible for any expenses left. None of us ever signed anything that would make us responsible. We went through months of harassment over this unpaid bill. My lawyer told me to have them stop and contact him in the future. We did not do that and finally because of my son's morals, he made a settlement with them. We were told over and over that my son was not responsible. My entire family would discourage anyone we knew who was considering sending a loved one there. It has been a long five months of heartache and frustration. I hope this review does not get denied. There needs to be serious patient and family quality of care.

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Farnum Center Review by Anonymous

Farnum Center
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The entire staff at the farnum center are amazing people who truly care about the treatment of addiction and mental health. The staff all have a special place in my heart. The diversity of the staff and the ciriculum provided me a solid foundation to which I will begin to start a new life. I am truly grateful to you all I can't thank you enough.

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Farnum Center Review by Anonymous

Farnum Center
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Farnum Center saved my life. The staff are the most dedicated people I have ever seen. The new facility is beautiful and the pool is a nice option during free time. Health Realization is an amazing approach. I have been sober ever since I left 6 months ago!

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Dauphin Way Lodge Review by Anonymous

Dauphin Way Lodge
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THE PHONE STAFF IS VERY RUDE WITH NO RESPECTFULNESS TO THE PUBLIC ALL. VERY RUDE RECPTIONIST NEEDS TO BE REPLACED..

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Dauphin Way Lodge
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Pioneer Valley Hospital Review by Anonymous

Pioneer Valley Hospital
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was admitted for leg infection, spent two days in ICU. Wound on leg was never looked at by wound care or dressing applied. Day after moved out of ICU, staff nor MD visited until after 1300 and then it was a specialist that was mad that the condition should not have been undertaken at PVH and I was quickly transferred to LDS. Records provided to LDS were not complete. And never were forwarded to LDS even with a request.

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Skagit Valley Kidney Center Review by Anonymous

Skagit Valley Kidney Center
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Very good care, patients pampered here. Facilities could use some upgrades but care and staff are amazing.

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Skagit Valley Kidney Center
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Hillcrest Nursing & Rehab Center Review by Anonymous

Hillcrest Nursing & Rehab Center
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They invent diseases. They sold my brother on Rehab and then he got stuck w/a PCP who he’s never met. And, they weren't treating him for what he needed to be treated for. First day my Mom came and visited he was soiled. She pressed the button and waited forever, 2nd day he falls and goes to ER for a CAT scan, 3rd day he gets robbed for the $70-80 in his wallet, and his dentures are broken. I wanted to see what meds my Dad was on and they had him on two anti-depressants so no wonder my Dad wasn't all there. We wanted them to transition to home health and they were dodging me. The are a fraudulent facility. I call them up and I was so upset the case worker was dodging me that I started cursing and threaten to litigate later that evening and within 30 minutes they called the last person on the call list, the brother that was ignorant to what situation he was putting my Dad into that they took him to Memorial for Dementia, he does not have Dementia and was to weak to even answer for himself so imagine the elders w/o family. I was first to call but they knew that we were all at each others throats so they called the brother that wasn’t even on the list because Katheleen said she only needed three people, so we decided on that my Mother, older brother, and I would go see why they sent him there. They sent him for dementia. I translated for the psych eval, he didn't have dementia and probably got an 85% score which was good given all the meds he was put without our consent. They are always trying to Cover Their Asses and don't care about the patients. And, they wouldn't even help us like they promised to transition him to home health care. And, the Kathleen Hawk, the executive director was asking me to sign the paperwork "For my Father" but she has me sign under responsible party and I did bc I wanted to let them get paid so they can discharge him home and I told her you know I have not authority to sign for my Father. Every person I talked to was unhappy there. And, this lady who could walk was afraid to say anything and pulled me to the side and said that they leave their patients soiled for a long time. They were treating him for things he didn't have and not treating him for what he needed. He was in there for rehab and we had no control to discharge him bc they were dodging me and they lied about everything they said they would do. The man that roomed with us soiled himself all over the place and my Mother said she had to get the nurse several times and they thanked her. So when I was threatening litigation they send him to Memorial and they said he was ready to be discharged back to Hillcrest. We are like "Can't he stay here?" and the doctor said they couldn't occupy a room when someone might need it. So, we asked if we can take him home. It was such a relief dealing w/Memorial bc they seem to hold accountability and professional, opposite of Hillcrest. Dodging me and making up stories and not calling me as she said she would, she had excuses but yet the Case Manager Carol had no time to talk to me and it was almost even and I still didn’t here from here so that’s when I got upset and in 30 minutes my brother got a calI and we quickly made a decision and decided on the eldest that participated in his care and Mom to go to Memorial. just started blurting all the issues and they questioned us to see the viability of our ability to care for him until we can get home health care. He’s much better now. The next day I got call from a nurse who said she would call me to arrange to come tomorrow but I haven’t heard from them today as of yet. I think Memorial arranged it and they had a mix up on the insurance but I am going to call the PCP tomorrow and changing his insurance to our regular PCP by October 1st. In the meantime, hopefully the transitional PCP will be cooperative.

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Karen Glick Ed Review by Anonymous

Karen Glick Ed
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Terrible therapist, never had someone make things worse then when you went to them. Don't go to her.

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Ayers Nursing Home Review by Anonymous

Ayers Nursing Home
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Worked there. I have seen residents tied to wheelchairs using sheets. Have seen four staff members tackle residents on multiple occassions to give them haldol shots for which there was no order!

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Guardian Care of Henderson Review by Anonymous

Guardian Care of Henderson
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Long waits for meds bedside assistance is poor choking. patients do NOT get proper care

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Salvation Army Review by Anonymous

Salvation Army
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I decided to go through the six month program, and for the first four months while the Col"s (Strickland) were running the place it was totally about rehab, and learning life tools.Now that they are gone and a new Hotshot Lieutenant has taken over it is no longer about drug rehabilitated. It's a sin and a shame that it has been run into the ground. Would Not recommend to anyone.

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Shawnee Mission Medical Center Review by Anonymous

Shawnee Mission Medical Center
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My family and I have been delighted with the quality of care and follow-up we've received from SMMC. The staff is very personable and caring. I have had several surgeries and biopsies and my husband has had an endoscopy SMMC. The Women's Center/Breast Center is top notch! I feel very comfortable and confident in the staff and physicians.

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Shawnee Mission Medical Center
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Cedar Hill Review by Anonymous

Cedar Hill
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They take great care of my grandmother.

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Grace Counseling Services Review by Anonymous

Grace Counseling Services
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After completing inpatient treatment at Hazelton, my counselor referred me to Grace Counseling as part of my aftercare. Excellent program!

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Harborside Pheasant Wood Review by Anonymous

Harborside Pheasant Wood
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This facility is a law suit waiting to happen. The big mystery is why they get away with everything they do. Particularly the upper management. Don't put your relatives here if you love them.

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Harborside Pheasant Wood
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Sycamore Springs Rehabilitation Centre Review by Anonymous

Sycamore Springs Rehabilitation Centre
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This is absolutely the worst nursing home i have ever seen. The management is bad. The employees are awful.

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New Bridge Foundation, Inc Review by Anonymous

New Bridge Foundation, Inc
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I went thru the 30 day inpatient program for addiction to opiates and benzodiazepines. I was very disappointed with many different aspects of their care. The individual attention was poor

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Reliable Health & Rehab at Lakewood Review by Anonymous

Reliable Health & Rehab at Lakewood
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The administrator is unprofessional and lack leadership skills. Complaint about lazy, unprofessional and incompetent nurses and CNAs are not taken seriously. Some residents that require more medical attention are put in danger and neglected. The state should investigate and or close this facility.

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Sovereign Health of California Review by Anonymous

Sovereign Health of California
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I have been suffering from depression and anxiety for about two and a half years, and it was so severe that I was not working. I was at home barely functioning. My girlfriend found out about Sovereign Health Group and Sovereign came and picked me up. I was impressed by the thoroughness of the intake and the thoroughness of Dr. Cervantes, who spent over an hour with me getting information. That is the most time anyone had talked with me about my condition or about how I was feeling. My therapist, Miriam, was excellent. She was very thorough with her assessment and took time to talk to me. She cut right to the chase and taught me the needed tools to address my depression. My favorite part was the step program with Charles. We assessed our relationships with people and wrote a letters to them. It let us express our feelings and imagine how others felt toward us and how we felt towards them. It got emotional and it was great to break the barrier down, hug, be compassionate and show a little emotion. I took away the tools I learned to deal with anxiety like breathing exercises, meditation and the ability to calm myself down so that I don’t get so antsy. These tools are probably the best thing that I could get out of this. I would tell others to come to Sovereign to be in a controlled environment that would help them understand their disease in an understanding and nonjudgmental environment.

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Utica Avenue Dialysis Clinic, Inc Review by Anonymous

Utica Avenue Dialysis Clinic, Inc
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Nice remodelled facility, Staff are courteous and respectful.

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Utica Avenue Dialysis Clinic, Inc
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Home Care Providers of Texas Review by Anonymous

Home Care Providers of Texas
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Medical personal are contractors who are okay. The Agency is horrible, don't be surprised for this agency to improperly file with insurance costing the patient hundreds if not thousands of dollars. I do not recommend this agency.

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Veterans Affairs Northern Indiana Healthcare Review by Anonymous

Veterans Affairs Northern Indiana Healthcare
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I don't need them Joseph Clancy

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