Pine Tree Place
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Does Pine Tree Place, 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 3.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Samantha Velez★★★★★ a week ago
If you love and care about your loved one please do not put them in this facility. The administrator Melisa is very unprofessional, unorganized and uneducated. She does not care about the residents who are placed in this facility at all. She will put on a show or face to make you think she does but trust me she does not. Employees and family members have spoken to her on numerous occasions about the problems their loved ones face on a daily in this facility and she does absolutely nothing about it to fix or better the situations. The caregivers are very rude, lazy, unprofessional, look unprofessional, and talk to the residents like garbage. They refuse to shower the residents claiming that the resident refused the shower for the day but in all actuality it is the caregiver refusing to do their shower because they are lazy and do not want to get off their cell phones or behinds to dedicate themselves to what they were actually hired in to do. The residents would go weeks without showers or proper hygiene care. The caregivers talk excessively on their cell phones during shifts ignoring the residents. Residents left to sit in soiled depends/briefs. They only have 2 people working to attend to 18 residents and wonder why the residents fall all the time and severely hurt themselves, receiving broken ribs, femurs etc. They refuse to feed the residents at the feeder tables on the account of them feeding their own faces. There is never enough groceries in this establishment to feed these residents. The caregivers steal from the residents. There is a lot of building issues that need repairs such as hot water not properly working in the showers, electrical outlets with no face plate coverings on them so residents can stick their fingers into the outlet and easily get electrocuted, broken vanities in the bathrooms where residents can easily pull them on top of themselves and get hurt, leaking ceilings even over the residents beds, broken closet doors where the residents can topple those over onto themselves and get hurt etc. This establishment has had the state and Adult Protective Services called numerous of times and why they have not been permanently shut down is crazy to me. The owner Dr. Gurasharanjit Dhillon should have his licensed suspended knowing he has Melisa running this place and for allowing this establishment to have such neglect going on in it. Dr. Dhillon and Melisa should both be ashamed of themselves and so should the state of Michigan for allowing this chaos to continue going on here and these senior citizens having to be subjected to this type of immoral treatment.
Susan Phillips★★★★★ a year ago
A Google User★★★★★ 6 years ago
|Facility Type||Family Home (Capacity Of 1-6)|
|License Effective Date||2014-08-26|
|License Expiration Date||2016-08-25|
|Serves Physically Handicapped||No|
|Serves Developmentally Disabled||No|
|Serves Mentally Ill||No|
|Serves Traumatically Brain Injured||No|
|Has Special Certification For Developmentally Disabled||No|
|Has Special Certification For Mentally Ill||No|
|Has Certification For Developmentally Disabled||No|
|Has Certification For Mentally Ill||No|
|Licensee Name||Pine Tree Place LLC|
|Has Rules Violations Within The Last Year||No|
|Licensee Street||Suite 3|
|Licensee Street2||2710 S. Rochester Road|
|Licensee City||Rochester Hills|
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