Cedarhurst Collinsville OP
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Does Cedarhurst Collinsville OP, 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 4.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Breeanna Mckinney★★★★★ 7 months ago
Wouldn't recommend anyone work for the CedarHurst of Collinsville. The management is a joke (trainees don't get taught correctly )the stuff gossips like they're all still in highschool. People come in late like it is normal! They take you off the schedule but are always calling you asking to come. Don't listen to you when to have an issue do not send loved ones there lazy workers and unorganized staff !!!! 0/5
Camilla Figueroa★★★★★ 6 months ago
Putting my dad at Cedarhurst was one of the best decisions I made in the years of managing his health. Cedarhurst welcomed him even though he was gruff, grumpy, a hoarder, and often looked homeless. After a few months of Cedahursts' kind, caring staff and community, however, there was a beautiful change in my father: after decades of living in isolation, my dad finally had a sense of belonging. Finally happy and content, he would chat and joke with friends, help people with their coffee, and play bingo and cards into the evening, even on his very last night of his life. And in the end, my fear that my dad would die alone, sad, and unnoticed for days was abated: he was noticed missing at breakfast, proper protocol was made, I had immidiate and contiual contact with management and staff two states away, and once the EMTs left they gathered and prayed over his body. Cedarhurst has so much heart and love to give, please know even the gruffest of hearts can find a home here.
Rosalie Wilke★★★★★ 4 years ago
Moving my parents out of their home of 60 years was an incredibly difficult experience, made possible only by the kindness, professionalism, and energetic staff of Cedarhurst in Collinsville. The facility is bright and cheery,always well kept with staff willing to listen and improve on issues when there is a concern. Patience and love is demonstrated in every situation I have observed, from meals and personal care to planning personal events for my parents. One can feel a sense of family and commitment the moment you walk into the lovely entrance. Janet, Kari, and Sonny are always smiling,and watching out for their residents, even when things are busy. Nurse Beth is so patient and respectful. All the staff I have met are vested in all aspects of the well-being of their residents, willing to do whatever is needed.
Andy Doering★★★★★ 5 years ago
I was looking for a senior living or assisted living location for a close family friend. I did a quick google search and checked out the Cedarhurst Collinsville website. Everyone that I have talked to in the process via phone or in person has been super friendly and outgoing with making sure that everything that I need or was looking for was taken care of. Love these guys!
Reed Hale★★★★★ 5 years ago
I can only say positive things about my experience with Cedarhurst of Collinsville, and particularly with Kim Goodwin. Kim provided a detailed and informative tour, introduced the staff and took the time to sit down and answer every question. She also followed up with me regularly, and has been a terrific resource for information about the care and treatment that we can provide my mother. I couldn't be more happy about my experience with Cedarhurst of Collinsville.
|License Issued Date||2015-06-20|
|License Expiration Date||2016-06-20|
|Has Alzheimers Units||Yes|
|Has Adult Day Care||NO|
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