John Knox Village Of Tampa Bay
Overall Rating 3.3 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Mike Santiago★★★★★ 10 months ago
My mother just recently stayed at the rehabilitation center. The in-house social worker Mrs. Keliah Clarke, LPN is one of the rudest people I have dealt with and does not like to be held accountable for her actions and those of her team. My mom placed her personal items next to her bedside and they collected these and threw them away. My mother has dementia and Alzheimer's disease. Her prescriptions were taken to the center by mistake and these too were misplaced by the nursing staff. This center is about the money, we requested services for Mom but they passed the puck and did not provide them, there was always an excuse, no accountability within staff. If you have a choice in rehabilitation centers I would DEFINETELY NOT take a loved one here, unless you are really not concerned with them getting better.
Alainson StMartin★★★★★ a year ago
poor, no one has to go through what I went trough with this nursing home. they people are disrespectful, don't know how to talk to people yelling at people. Very Rude! I will not let any love one reside there let alone to work. they do not treat people like human being. The housekeeping staff talk very NASTY with Guest.
Janice Harden★★★★★ a year ago
My husband stayed here before he passed away. I have to say, I am very satisfied with the care he got here.
Margaret Eldridge★★★★★ 3 years ago
My dad is in John Knox for rehab following hip surgery. Before he went in, I told him to ask what to bring, and they said 3 changes of clothes. It turns out that was not enough, so I ordered a bunch of clothes shipped to him, and now those are all lost in the laundry. So now I have to buy new clothes all over again. Their excuse is his name was not in them. Doesn't it seem like a nurse or assistant could have helped him write his name in the new clothes when they arrived? It seems that people don't really care there and my dad is just another thorn in their side causing trouble. He just wants clean clothes to wear, but that seem too much to ask.
Ross Nicholson★★★★★ 2 years ago
The skilled nursing area is pretty standard, with cheap and sometimes shabby furniture and equipment. (narrow beds, small TV's, chipped paint and door finishes, etc. I asked repeatedly for a wider wheel chair to improve my mother's comfort, but they forgot and left her with the uncomfortable taped up Invacare collapsible.) The food provided was of standard quality, although the facility does have cafeterias where higher quality food is available after a short walk. The grounds are a mishmash of abandoned construction debris and nasty large bird cadges, dirty concrete. The physical therapists are young and enthusiastic college graduates and trainees watching from a distance. Meds were confused when my mom and her roommate switched beds, almost costing my mom her life/health. You want to leave as soon as you arrive, but being here is OK, the nurses/assistants become familiar (since they're scheduled well and consistently), and there are some amenities like coke machines and such. It could use a good coat of paint, but my mother is recovering nicely.
|License Effective Date||2014-06-06|
|License Expiration Date||2016-06-05|
|Facility Type||Assisted Living Facility|
|Mailing Street||4100 E. Fletcher Avenue|
|Owner||John Knox Village Of Tampa Bay Inc|
|Owner Since Date||1991-05-06|
|Facility Administrator||Michele Capurso|
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