Meridian Village Association*
Overall Rating 3.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Martha Patterson★★★★★ 8 months ago
Do not move your loved one into Meridian's skilled nursing facility. The staff has a "we will get to you when we get to you" attitude. While my mother was there, she developed continual infections and shortly after arriving qualified for hospice. In hospice (at another facility), however, she received such excellent care that after a year she was discharged. Needless to say, we did not return to Meridian. Don't be fooled by the "homey" decor and the assurances of excellent care. Make sure you visit your loved one often and at unexpected times if you choose Meridian.
Christopher Kane★★★★★ 8 months ago
Think long and hard before you use the Meridian Village Reach Skilled Nursing Center. If you want your loved one to be really good at watching television then this is the place for you.
Helene Chapman★★★★★ 10 months ago
My Mom spent a few weeks in the short term rehab after a hospital stay. We were very disappointed in the care at Meridian. The therapy department would tell us what she should be working on to get better but there was no follow thru by the staff on the floor. When we asked the administrative staff during our weekly meetings they always responded with " I'll have to check into that" - and never got back to us. The staff seemed to want all the patients to stay in bed the majority of the time. There were other families there at the same time who had similar experiences to ours. I would not recommend this place to anyone.
jess w★★★★★ 7 months ago
My grandparents live together in the assisted living section and have been for almost 3 years, I would not have them in any other facility! They are as happy as they can be, and that makes me happy!:)
Deborah Griffin★★★★★ 9 months ago
My aunt, who has dementia/Alzheimers and 90 yrs, was in Meridian for a few weeks due to hip surgery. She was released becaused the physical therapy department felt they could not effectively help because of her mental state. Mind you she is not in the worst of health. Personnally, the PTA staff were not seasoned to adapt to my aunts disability. After returning to Cedarhurst in Collinsville where she lives, my aunt had to return to the hospital and needed further rehabilitation and skilled nursing. The hospital contacted Meridian because she had recently been released from there and everything was set to have auntie transferred. The day of transferring, the hospital informed me that Meridian said they did not have skilled nursing to accomodate her. Auntie is walking and has progressed quite well due to a patient PTA staff at Anderson Hospital. How can a facility charging $500 plus dollars a day not have skilled nursing services is mind boggling to me! Well...I've learned to move on.
|License Issued Date||2015-04-25|
|License Expiration Date||2017-04-25|
|Has Alzheimers Units||Yes|
|Has Adult Day Care||NO|