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Atria Campana Del Rio

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Overall Rating 3.5 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Blessed assurance Frog
    ★★★★★ 5 months ago

    I worked as a med tech. Very racist place. Unorganized. The nurses shows favoritism towards med techs and caregivers. They do not give you day off. They expect you to work more than 40 hours. If you don't pick up extra hours of over time. You can see true colors in them. They did not like me Because i am working only par time. They boss you around. They pick and choose who they like. The administrator is a mean one

  • Pam Duncan
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    Mom moved into Independent Living at Atria on June 4th and the entire experience has been wonderful! Mom is trying out all the activities offered, enjoying good meals, loves having housekeeping take care of everything and the maintenance crew comes by quickly upon request to hang pictures, etc. Not only are the staff cheerful and friendly, but the residents are too! That's a pretty good sign of a well run community.

  • Gary Olsen
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    Wow, the food is so good, it makes me want to live here. The staff is so very friendly and welcoming. Feels like home.

  • s sherman.
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    CDR memory care unit does hire caregivers that are kind and caring, but the turnover is so great that no one who was there when my mom moved in was still there when we had to leave 20 months later. Please be aware that the facility is not staffed for a two person transfer, so if your loved one requires that along the way you may need to make a difficult move , unless you are able to provide 24 hour support at an additional cost. We never anticipated that my mom would have to moved from the home we created for her there, and the move was very hard someone who is in the late stages of Alzheimer's. When looking for a new home, we made sure the staff turnover was low and that the facility could handle all stages of decline, so that my mother will be able to end her life with dignity in the comfort of her new home.

  • susie townsend
    ★★★★★ 2 years ago

    Is it possible to give no stars? I would never recommend Atria to anyone that cares about a loved one. I was told that my mother needed memory care based on employee's observation. The nursing team was allowing a woman that they claimed was wondering and confused to sign off on her own care plan. I question their integrity and ability to make such a bold claim when the doctor we met with the following day disputed their non-clinical assessment. There was no ongoing communication at any time until they decided it was a crisis. We were shocked to learn of their concerns that they felt had evolved for the last couple of months. Nothing was ever communicated with the family. I am only posting this after meeting with the management team to discuss our experience, while receiving an acknowledgement of a breakdown on their part, there was no ownership or accountability. Our family feelings were that my mother slipped through the cracks. We moved her and she is thriving. Look someplace else.

 

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Facility TypeAssisted Living Center-Directed
Facility Type Code1J1
License NumberAL8344C
License Effective Date2015-05-01
License Expiration Date2016-04-30
Medicaid CertifiedNo




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