St. Joseph Village Of Chicago
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Does St. Joseph Village Of Chicago, 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 4.1 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Maria Kordova★★★★★ 4 weeks ago
Came in on today which is Fathers day to visit my father and walked into a beautiful place. The receptionist Angle was sitting at the desk and was very helpful. She had my mother in law laughing so hard that her stomach started hurting. I even offered to give her a tip but her response was its my pleasure to help people that come in but not for money. I really enjoyed this place and im glad my father is here.!! Angle had a lot of funny jokes and was a very good person. Can you please let her know i did a review on her by surprise and to keep up the good work!!!! I would love to donate to the company also if possible!!
Jasmine wilson★★★★★ a month ago
I visited there yesterday and i was having a bad day from personal problems. I walk in to my surprise to a good, smiling, welcoming young African american young Lady by the name of Angel. Not sure her last name and i can only remember her first name because that's what she are. I can admit that shes the reason i am admitting my father into the facility besides it looking clean and smelling nice. There should be more people like Angel because whenever you walk in into a place receptionist is what makes the facility. Thanks Angel.. And continue doing a great job!!!!
Alicia Villagomez★★★★★ in the last week
Highly disappointed in this facility. My father was there for almost 2 weeks and he was not taken care of properly. Sheets were dirty, diaper wasn't changed right away, he wasn't given the rehabilitation that he required, some nurses were rude and seemed bothered that they had to do their job (a few were really nice), concerns and questions weren't answers at a timely manner and sometimes ignored, and most importantly when my father fell off the bed they waited until the next day to take him to the hospital when his feeding tube came out from the fall. Also, the director did not call to follow up. Unfortunately, my father passed away days after being taken to the hospital. When I went to facility to pick up his things they had taken them out of his room and were put in a garbage bag and sent to storage. There was no call what so ever from anyone there. This place is Not a good place to have your loved one. They don't care and they will not even show any compassion to make a call you to say I'm sorry for your loss.
sheikh A ullah★★★★★ in the last week
Hi I just looking this place good place to live this is my choice .
Marcelina Rodriguez★★★★★ 4 months ago
My mom was in St Joseph Village Center in Chicago IL for a month for rehabilitation due to spine surgery. Facility is clean and alot of activities for the patients. Staff was awesome security was awesome. Everything was awesome just very dissappointed at the time of discharged and before discharge social worker Rachel no communication whatsoever. Did not help out in anything. I thought that obviously she would order a walker a commode and other necessary equipment for when patient gets discharged. No one ordered nothing verbally physical therapist and supervisor a day before discharged stated equipment will be order and delivered the next day. Its been a week and nothing. I called Rachel she listened and said will review and check status. All she did was ignored everything and transferred everything to another agency with home health care. Never called me back nothing just basically didnt care. I also emailed her about transportation she stated insurance dont cover etc did not provide no resources by email. On phone regarding equipments basically everything she said insurance dont cover point blank. I would of gladly appreciate resources and more communication from her while my mother was a patient. My mother has been using a borrowed cane which she is not to use because her back is getting worse using it. Also I try to borrow walker and they where not allowed to borrow it. Please Social Workers are here to help not to get rid of patients with no resources.
|License Issued Date||2015-04-27|
|License Expiration Date||2017-04-27|
|Has Alzheimers Units||NO|
|Has Adult Day Care||NO|
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