St Marys Manor
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Does St Marys Manor, 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 3.7 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Frances Huff★★★★★ 2 months ago
Its a pretty good place. Good food served to patients. Nice large rooms. Almost all staff very kind and helpful. My only complaint is that they seemed to be a little understaffed so occasionally it to them awhile to get to me. Also room & bathroom floors could have been cleaned more often. But all in all it was a great place to stay. They also do your laundry. They have a day where you can get a manicure & have them polished. They also have a beauty shop. But there is a small fee for that. Also movie day & other activities. Much better place then some I've seen.
april monger★★★★★ a month ago
Current employee: I've worked for 2 different SNF. This one by far is so much better. Our staffing ratio is the best it can be given what the state requires and allows. 100% own facility staff, no more agency!!! Management actually cares about staff and patients. There has been a lot of changes (healthcare!!) but it's all been for the better. Rehab staff are phenomenal. If my loved ones needed rehab, LTC or ALF I wouldn't hesitate to recommend SmV!! I have refered patients (friend's loved ones) and I don't regret it. Great place to work and get/give care!!
Mary Byes★★★★★ 9 months ago
I have a friends mother who is here. Its a lovely place. The staff is wonderful. They were playing bingo while i was there. Don't mess with bingo. The rooms were cheerful and bright. Its s great place to bring your loved one. They will be well taken care of.
Jon Logan★★★★★ 3 weeks ago
The nurses and staff are less than friendly and are very neglectful. My grandmother died less than 6 months after being moved to St. Mary's Manor. The care she received was unacceptable and the facilities are disgusting. DO NOT send your loved ones here.
Linda Duckworth★★★★★ 8 months ago
PLEASE READ IN FULL I wish I could rate this lower, it deserves no stars. After reading all of the positive reviews about St Mary's Manor, I thought it was going to be the perfect place for my Dad to rehabilitate. I don't know anything about the assisted living, but the experience in the rehab was a nightmare. My Dad is diabetic, and with me being there every day to oversee his care, I found the nurses and aids were giving him sweets, cola's, ice cream etc when I had made it clear that he is diabetic and needs the sugar free options. What makes it even worse is that they would bring his meal and never check his blood sugar. He was right outside the nurses station, and when he would ring his button (if he was lucky enough to have it anywhere near him) it would not be answered. The first night he was there (just out of the hospital, very elderly and CAN"T get up or walk on his own)he pushed his call light. They did come and put him on the toilet. When he pulled his call light to get up, no one would respond. Not that they were too busy. Remember, he was the first room outside of the nurses station. He could hear them laughing and being loud. Then he started screaming! He couldn't get their attention and was exhausted so he tried to get up by himself and fell to the floor. He screamed again until someone found him on the floor and they called me to tell me he had fallen off the toilet and they were sending him to the er to get checked out. He re injured a healing fractured elbow, but luckily didn't re injure his hip.Glad he was not injured badly, but now we get to pay the ambulance bill for their neglect. I was there one other time, when dad told me he had to use the restroom. I told him to push his button. I waited 10 minutes, then took him myself. I kept my timer on my phone going. In the meantime, one of the workers came in from the office staff. I told her what was going on, and she wanted to go get someone. I said no. I've already taken care of him, but I just want to see how long this takes. I told her to look out the door at the nurses station, and see how many people are standing around visiting. She saw this and bit her tongue. Finally, after 43 minutes, a nurses aid popped her head in and asked what he needed. My father shared a room with a very sweet 92 year old gentleman. I came to see my dad every day. The roommate was having the same problem with not getting a response to the call light. He would ask me to help him do little things while I was there (which I was glad to do). He voiced his complaints to me, and I completely understood. One night he had pushed his button, and no one came. He asked me if I would help get him into his pajamas. I did help him, but I let the office staff know and they were appalled. They said you are not here to help him! That's what the staff is here for. I do have 1 person that tried to help me as much a she could. Stephanie the social worker. She is a very caring compassionate angel. She was always the bright spot in our day. I can't say enough kind things about the physical and occupational therapy department. Kudo's to them! Be careful where you leave your elderly loved ones.
|Level Of Licensure||Residential Care Facility I|
|Operator||Carondelet Long Term Care Facilities, Inc.|
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