Pickersgill Retirement Community
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Does Pickersgill Retirement Community, 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 ★★★★★
Alessandrea saez★★★★★ 4 months ago
Not impressed with the way this facility runs. I was a NA student and did my clinical at their facility on their 4th floor assisted living. The staff is not friendly and they were really rude to most of the residents. I watched for a week straight how awful they treated these innocent people. Not all of the staff was bad but a good percentage of them. I understand that this does not all fall on Pickersgill but on their individual staff. I suggest upper management take a good look into who they have working on that unit because its honestly sicking to watch. I watched a 97 year old resident ask for help to use the bathroom and 2 out of the 3 nurses we asked to help ignored her. Her main nurse found out she needed to use the restroom kept her waiting for 15 mins, made a face and continued to walk past her and talk to other co workers. When she was told again that this resident had to use the bathroom she took her out of the dinning room and wheeled her out to the common area where she was left to soil herself until her caregiver arrived. That was a small incident we saw take place. I wish there was something we could have said or physically done to help this poor woman but we had no power to assist or demand that she be taken care of. I could not post without adding at least 1 star to this but if it were up to me I would not give it a star.
Alexcia Harrison★★★★★ 4 months ago
The administration is very unorganized and discriminates against young, african american GNA's. I was working there for no more than 3 weeks. I was on orientation for a CMT/GNA position and they said I was not what you call smart enough to take on this job when I passed and succeeded my test for passing my meds. Unit Supervisor checked my check list off and I passed. They fired me over voicemail and told me I was not a good fit because my attendance was not good I missed one day with a doctors note I brought in the very next day. And then told me I was not smart enough for this job: I'm 22 everyone else on that job was in their late 30's. I was the youngest female CMT/GNA there and they took that as a threat and fired me. I'm going through legal things now because of this and I would not recommend this to any person of color to work here or send any of your family members here AT ALL. Then when I called multiple times ... left this message and that nobody got back to me nobody returned my calls on why I was being fired nobody could really tell me and nobody should be fired over a voicemail over racial profiling and discrimination of age. I've worked hard at this young to be where I am with 5 certifications under my name:
Miles Grant★★★★★ 2 months ago
Appears to be a very special place I recommend it highly
Shamirror Riley★★★★★ 4 months ago
Senior citizens retirement community really nice excellent place to work or live.
Denise 57★★★★★ 4 months ago
I work at pickersgill retirement community
|Facility Name||Pickersgill Retirement Community|
|Facility Address||615 Chestnut Lane|
|Facility Contact||Lacy Flynn, RN, NHA|
|Program Name||Assisted Living Programs|
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