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Overall Rating 3.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Vicki Knestrick
    ★★★★★ in the last week

    Medicare makes you put family members in this place because it needs to be "skilled nursing facility" I would like to know what they are skilled in? Honestly I believe those that work there are skilled in absolutely nothing but being abusive and to the residents that have no choice but to be there, there is another skill that they are lacking, its called common sense. Too many loving family members end up here and do not last very long because of the lack of care.

  • Nancy Barber
    ★★★★★ 2 weeks ago

    I am not familiar with to many nursing homes but this place is somewhere I never want to be. My father was here for a stint. He was sent back and forth 4 times between this place and the hospital before we moved him to a different nursing home. The nighttime staff is something they have hired off the corner and it made me nervous to even leave him there with them. He was somewhat able to care for himself but those that relied on the staff i felt so bad for. Do your research and keep some of the comments i have seen out here in mind. They are all about the money and believe me they want it. $3 a day to watch TV, each time he was sent back to the hospital we were required to pay $465 to hold his room even though insurance was paying it when he came back. I understand it's a business and they need to make money but this place is unbelievable. I wanted to set up a camera in the room so I could see what was really taking place. This facility really makes me question what happens when people are not watching.

  • Elizabeth Mira
    ★★★★★ a month ago

    I've worked here as a seasonal college student in the summer of 2017 and 2018 in the dietary department. The staff was extremely kind and helpful with training me my first couple weeks and never made me feel like I wasn't allowed to ask questions or request a helping hand, they would help with a smile and great advice. All the staff in the kitchen are very respectful and caring. They really did become a second family to me. Angela Mack is the director in with one of the biggest hearts you'll meet. The whole summer of '18 I had to work 2 jobs, so she worked around my second job schedule to make sure I got the hours I needed for my financial responsibilities. For that I'm very grateful. Angela goes above and beyond for her employees and keeps the whole kitchen a well oiled machine. I worked in the bistro area that sells various food items and Starbucks drinks, Chanti King was my first trainer there and became not just a close coworker but a big sister that always made sure I was doing well even outside the work walls. All of the kitchen staff here at Shelby are people you'd be lucky to have in your work place. I know that I was a very lucky employee.

  • Wendy Kowalski
    ★★★★★ 4 months ago

    I regret putting my beloved husbands care in the hands of professionals who were unequipped to treat him medically and personally. A handful of staff were patient and compassionate. The rest seemed to shirk their duties , especially the night staff which was nowhere to be found when needed. My husband was admitted with a broken left arm which required physical therapy. He also suffered from end stage heart failure and kidney disease. He was a fall risk , wheelchair bound, and needed the help of two aids to get in and out of bed. In the weeks time that he was a resident, he had made two trips to the hospital emergency room. The first was for a reinjury to his broken humerus and shoulder. He was being moved by aids who were unaware of his injury??? The second visit was due to a fall. During the night he called an aid for help.He waited. No one came. I was told, according to his roommate , that my husband had fallen out of bed . He was calling for help. Aids who were on night duty at the time, peeked in and disappeared . Only when the roommate threatened to call 911 for help did the aids come to my husbands assistance . Another trip to the emergency room. My husband was not a complainer. He was at the mercy of those who NEGLECTED to give him the care he required.Shelby Nursing and Rehab does not deserve a one star rating from me. One star brings down the overall rating . Hopefully that will be enough to inspire some very necessary changes to Human Resources and Management of Shelby Nursing and it's staff. My husband, may he Rest In Peace , passed three days after being admitted on the last ER visit of his brief stay at this facility. If your loved one needs specialized care, this is not the place I recommend. Shop around for a compassionate and highly trained and caring facility that is appropriately staffed to take good care of your loved one.

  • Andrea
    ★★★★★ a month ago

    The staff is friendly and knowledgeable. The building is beautiful and very clean!

 

Other Information

License StatusActive
Licensee NameShelby Nursing Center Joint Venture
Licensee Street46100 Schoenherr Rd.
Licensee CityShelby Twp
Licensee StateMI
Licensee Zip48315
License NumberAH500236891
License TypeRegular
License Effective2009-10-13
License Expiration2010-10-12
Facility TypeHome For The Aged
ServesAged -
Special Certification
Certification For Community Living




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