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Gordon Oaks Memory Care Community

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Overall Rating 1.9 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Text Now
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    (This post is for the independent living buildings.) FOR ANYONE WITH RESPIRATORY Problems or any health ISSUES - LISTEN UP- GORDON OAKS FOR SOME REASON ALLOWS RESIDENTS to SMOKE CIGARETTES IN THE A & B BUILDINGS RECENTLY- WHICH IS A HEALTH & SAFETY HAZARD FOR OTHER RESIDENTS AND CAREGIVERS. I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND THIS PLACE TO ANYONE. EVER. They overcharge their residents in my opinion as well. Find another place or Gordon Oaks should just become more considerate. However, in the nursing home side- some of the staff nurses and office/maintenance staff are friendly- but overall whoever owns the independent living place- sucks. Dear owner: Don't LET Residents or anyone to SMOKE IN THE BUILDINGS or "apartments" AT ALL.. IF the owners can mAke it 100% smoke-free indoors- THEN maybe I'll alter this post.

  • Dianna Vazquez
    ★★★★★ 5 months ago

    The management is awesome and the place is beautiful

  • Wendy Mathis
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    My mother was sent to this place by hospital. She only lasted one week. Buried on the next. Mom told me response time to her was bad. I checked with nurse and longest response time was 12 minutes. When she died after being there for a week. I checked response time again. It took them 17 minutes to get to her. I went to see mom at hospital they was nice enough to leave her body there for us. Please do not take your loved ones to this hell.

  • Tony Boone
    ★★★★★ 2 years ago

    Gordon Oaks is a dangerous place to put a loved one. They provide the very least care they can get away with and if you call them out for failing to provide care pursuant to current standards of nursing care they will call the police and have you barred from visiting your loved one. This happened to me. (See the photographs I posted.) When I saw my mother for the first time after being transferred to Gordon Oaks they had put her in a wheelchair that didn't fit her which caused 3+ edema in her right leg, she had sores on her lips and dried skin I had to peel off of her tongue because they failed to keep her hydrated, and they repeatedly left her to sit for hours in adult diapers full of urine and stool. The nursing staff is pathetic and are either incompetent or lazy. Repeatedly I had to ask them to change my mother and keep her clean and dry but they acted like they didn't care and repeatedly threatened to call the police. I'm a professional registered nurse and I would never put my mother in Gordon Oaks if I were my mother's guardian. If grieves me greatly to know that my mother is in such a dangerous and poorly run facility. If you love and care for your loved ones do not even think about putting him or her in Gordon Oaks. They very well may not survive the ordeal.

  • Paige Burtram
    ★★★★★ 3 years ago

    It seems like when you pay places good money to take care of your loved ones they would be sure that they are clean and wear clean clothes. Not a good experience and would not recommend this place for anyone. We had to move our mother after having to pay personal care to ensure our mom was clean and bathed.


Other Information

Special Careyes
License TypeRegular
AdministratorDannie L. Williamson, Jr.
Fac IdP4907
OwnershipLimited Liability Company
Facility TypeCongregate Specialty Care Assisted Living Facility

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