Good Hope Manor
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Does Good Hope Manor, Inc offer the following services?
Care for the terminally ill
Trained for Alzheimer's, dementia, etc.
Care for bladder or bowel control problems
Plan, Prepare & Clean-Up Meals
Provides around the clock staff
For appointments, groceries, etc.
Can pay for care via Medicaid
Overall Rating 3.4 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Adriana Romero★★★★★ a year ago
Good Manor was a good place for my mom while she stayed there. The CNAs were on time to give my mom her medication, which was extremely important in her case. The place was clean, and my mom liked the food. But what was really amazing was how my father, my mom and I were treated by Victoria, the Marketing Director. She, from the beginning of this painful and stressful period, was so understanding, caring, always available to us. She went to meet my mom at the hospital, and she was always guiding my father and I, through this difficult time. I have no words to thank her for all she did, her comforting words. We met Victoria through Stacey H., Affordable Senior Placement, who was the lady that the social worker from the hospital put us in contact with. Stacey was also very understanding.
Kaitlin Reategui★★★★★ a year ago
Most disgusting facility I have EVER seen in my life. Urine smell all throughout facility. My grandmother has bruises from god only knows where they came from. The administrator Marva is incompetent and unqualified as an administrator. The staff are all CNA's there is not one single registered nurse in the facility. No soap or hand sanitizer anywhere. Patients wandering around. DO NOT SEND YOUR FAMILY HERE. THIS PLACE IS A COMPLETE NIGHTMARE.
solomon mathew★★★★★ a year ago
Very clean, affordable , good caring, Loving staff ,
Kate Katharine★★★★★ 3 years ago
I have been looking for a facility for my mom for about 4 months, and finally I was able to locate one that I felt comfortable at. I have been taking care of her for the last 12 years feeling guilty of putting her in a facility. When I stepped into Good Hope Manor I saw that the staff was very warm. They do care for the residents with warmth as their own families. Place looks and feels right for my mom and now I am happy and guilt free, can go visit her anytime and take her out and still enjoy her without any guilt.
Mark Robertson★★★★★ 6 years ago
This place is the nightmare we all fear when thinking of our aged years in a nursing home. While the front areas are cool, back rooms and hallways are hot and have the constant smell of urine. Most of the patients have severe dementia and wander about, unmedicated, looking for an open door to escape. There are no nurses, so medications are given by people who get a crash course of a few hours in medication...then most of these patients should be on heavy duty meds and narcotics. Do they have diabetes, a urinary tract infection...who knows, these folks aren't trained to notice. There is no soap in the rooms, toilet paper is sharp as a porcupine, no towels, no washcloths, no sheets to change the beds. Patients have to bring themselves to the dining area, where food falls on the floor and a television blares the entire time...as it does throughout the place on one channel...at least it is cnn. There is no juice, no desert..no extras. Of course, most of these folks are from working class homes and may not notice the difficulties; as for me, I would rather take a huge does of narcotics and slip away than take a chance of someday living here.
|License Effective Date||2013-07-29|
|License Expiration Date||2015-07-28|
|Facility Type||Assisted Living Facility|
|Mailing Street||2251 Nw 29th Ct|
|Mailing City||Oakland Park|
|Owner||Bethel Health Care Corp.|
|Owner Since Date||2005-07-29|
|Facility Administrator||Marva Maria Lightbourn|
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