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Hearth At Zionsville, Llc

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Overall Rating 4.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Zrinka Repass
    ★★★★★ 8 months ago

    My father lived here for the last 15 months of his life. We loved that its proximity to me was the best and I was able to easily bring him to my house or doctor's appointments very easily. Most of the staff was wonderful, especially Betty head of nursing and Dawn head of staff management. Johnnie, Stephanie angels of nurses. Roger driver another angel! Many others, can't name them all. No place is perfect but it was friendly and the best place for my family situation. I encourage everyone facing finding a place for their parent to be involved with your loved one as much as possible. Assisted/Independent living accommodations are a huge help but the children still need to be on top of things and get to know and appreciate the staff. I've talked with other family members with loved ones at the Hearth and we all agree that relative to other places around it is the best and most homey place there is! It may not be as big and fancy as others in the area being built, but much more quaint and less confusing for those elderly who may not want big and fancy. My father was only in independent living. I had no personal experience with the memory care. Hope this helps! I'm

  • Andrew williams
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    I am employed here as Kitchen Staff and I absolutely LOVE IT!!!! I have 3 amazing managers who are so supportive with my work, needed time off and they are easy to connect with etc.... All co workers, Managers etc... We all work all close together and have fun as a team. The company arranges activities for residents and the staff. We have a Christmas Party arranged for the staff every year with Christmas bonuses. We have great medical / dental / vision insurance and 401k company retirement plans in place. It really is a fun place to work. What makes my job even better is I get to interact with the residents. You get attached to some wonderful people who live there. To take care of them is what makes the job so meaningful and worthwhile. We all have bad days at work but with time, I've grown with a positive attitude. Honestly ??? I couldn't imagine working anywhere else. I'm so lucky to have found this job!!! I just love it!!! The company takes care of their staff and their residents.

  • M. Gillogly
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    Very clean, friendly staff, good food, great atmosphere! The only place I'd want to live in my elder years. They've taken very good care of someone I love. I agree that the nurse-to-room / assistant-to-room time lag is a concern though.

  • Lana Christian
    ★★★★★ 2 years ago

    Wonderful place; kind, caring staff; excellent programs for dementia residents. My only complaint is the communications between nursing and the physician service that The Hearth contracts with. Sometimes messages don't get relayed, and the physician is impossible for a family member to reach directly. That's more a function of the physician service than The Hearth, but relying on reaching The Hearth's director of nursing to get an urgent request to your loved one's doctor is too sketchy for my comfort. It's important to learn how to work with the system.

  • Kimberly Williams
    ★★★★★ 4 months ago


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