Summer's Landing Of Warner Robins
Overall Rating 3.2 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Kim Sharp★★★★★ 7 months ago
There are many positive aspects about this facility. If you are trying to locate a facility where your loved one can step-up through gradual levels of care and be able to stay in one facility, this may not be the best choice. A patient with dementia or Alzheimer's is not a good fit for their memory care unit because they are not capable of monitoring for falls, or other behaviors that are typically associated with dementia-related syndromes.
Sara Meade★★★★★ 7 months ago
Facilities are nice and clean, staff are kind and helpful. Consistently rated 'Best of the Best' in local Assisted Living yet food service/preparation needs addressing. Once rectified, it truly will be 'the best'! Many residents (both Independent and Assisted) have expressed being unhappy with food taste. Considering higher monthly residence costs, the food is lacking in quality and quantity. Prepared foods are trucked in for 'heat and serve' and some meals are prepared in-house yet the taste is inconsistent and/or tasteless depending on the cook. Meals are carb ladened, higher in sodium and vegetables are often over-cooked. This amounts to increased waste and adds a further cost on residents to shop for groceries when meals do not satisfy.
Nathan Anderson★★★★★ 7 months ago
It's a really nice place. My grandparents are staying there and they like it.
Blondine Simmons★★★★★ 8 months ago
Rest real nice
Duron Winslow★★★★★ a week ago
|Facility Type||Personal Care Home|
|Administrator||Ms. Kim Pitsenbarger|
|Mailing Street||600 South Kimberly Road|
|Mailing City||Warner Robins|
|Inspection Date||Inspection Type||Violation||Initiated By Facility|
|2008-12-30||Followup Inspection||NO||Not Applicable|
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