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About Brooking Park

At Brooking Park, the line between your family and ours tends to blur. It seems no sooner do you move in to this community than our caring staff knows your name ... your sense of humor ... and your favorite dessert. And while we can never replace your own family, we'll come to know you and you'll come to know us.

Day after day, and year after year, the dedication of our staff makes Assisted Living, short- and long-term rehabilitation, and the respite care and memory support programs at Brooking Park unique.

Why? Because our amazing staff members care deeply about what they do. The staff members you meet are not only highly trained professionals, they are the sort of people who say, "I enjoy coming to work every day,"? and mean it.

Visit us at BrookingPark.org for more information and schedule your tour today!

Monthly Base Cost: $2,000

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Reviews
Overall Rating 3.3 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Grant Calvert
    ★★★★★ 4 months ago

    Hands down the best place for mom, we visited three places and Mike the sales person was excellent and very honest. He was spot on after three months of living there, it has been wonderful. Mom says the food is excellent and the staff is always helpful and smiling. I would recommend this facility

  • Mary Gemoules
    ★★★★★ 4 months ago

    We recently had to place our parents into a care facility and after an extensive search and doing our homework we chose Brooking Park. We have been treated like family since the day we took our tour. We have never had to look for elderly care and so we took a list of questions with us to each facility we visited. Mike Enloe, the Administrator, who took us for the tour and has worked with us throughout the transition commended us on asking the questions and took the time to answer each and every one. We feel he told us the truth about Brooking Park and what it offered, so we placed our parents there. Sadly our father only lived 4 weeks after he moved in. He had a quick reoccurrence of cancer and we lost him 3 days after we found out. The staff there couldn't have been more loving and caring and were by our side the whole time. Their chief nurse Tom stayed overtime to care for our father and to help us through it. He and his staff are so dedicated and they were there every moment we wanted them to be. Their Chaplin Jake is unbelievably loving and giving. He spent hours with us through those last three days and even came all the way to Edwardsville, IL to be at the funeral. Another special caregiver we want to mention is Treeana. She was especially caring to our father while he was there. Now our mother is at Brooking Park in the skilled nursing area. Joyce, the head nurse and her staff, along with Shannon the social worker, are the sweetest and most loving people and care for her every day. They don't only take care of her physical needs, they take care of her mental needs. The facility is beautiful and kept very clean. It has outdoor patios near the rooms and they get to enjoy being outside often. To sum it all up, I recently asked our mother how she liked living at Brooking Park. She said "I really like it here, and the food is really good". Then I asked her if the staff was treating her well and she said "Those people are Saints!". Thank you Brooking Park for making us a part of your family and doing the things for our parents that we couldn't.

  • Charles White
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    My mom lives at Brooking Park. We could not be happier with our decision to bring her here. We love the food and the care, but especially the food. The place is clean and the staff are friendly. I recommend it to anyone desiring 5-star care for their loved ones.

  • Holly Goldblum
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    Terrible call lights not answered for 45 min. Wound care not done for days at a time. One day my dad called me and said his wound had gotten worse, I went in and took him to the hospital as I was pushing him out we stopped at the nursing station and told them I was taking him to th E. R. His nurse never even looked up just said "ok". That night I had my husband go up and take everything out of his room no one questioned what this strange person was doing clearing out a current residents room. Therapy was good but they are brought in from an outside source. When I mentioned to someone that my dads call light had been on for an hour the response was it wasn't an hour it was only 48 min. LIKE THAT MAKES ANY DIFFERENCE IF YOU Need TO GET TO THE BATHROOM.

  • U M
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    I had a similar experience to what Paul said, particularly with regards to the social worker. She was dishonest, rude, condescending, and the theory about the hard rehab cases being discharged early has a very familiar ring to it. A couple of their nurses struck me as a bit too aggressive with my parent when it came time to sit her up. A little more gentleness and patience would've been appreciated. Also my parent's teeth needed brushing, something she could've mostly done herself if slightly encouraged, but I ended up being the one to make that happen. Her eyeglasses also went missing during her stay here. It took me a little while to see through some of the fakery of this place, but don't be fooled with deceiving appearances. What really matters at any health care oriented facility, is the quality of care, and empathy of staff. Brooking Park receives a failing grade on both, especially the second part. In fairness, I didn't think all their nurses were bad, but that department needs to be looked at, as does social services.

 

Amenities

  • Activity Room
  • Beauty/Barber Shop
  • Central Dining Room
  • Convenience Store
  • Gift Shop
  • Pet Friendly
  • Washer/Dryer

Services

  • Diabetic Management
  • Home Health Agency available
  • Pastoral Care Program
  • Podiatry Services
  • Provide Memory Care
  • Respite Care
  • Transportation

Housing

  • CCRC
  • Memory Care
  • Personal Care
  • Respite/Short Term
  • Skilled Nursing

Activities

  • Educational Classes and Groups
  • Events designed for Memory Impaired
  • Planned Social and Family Events
  • Recreational Activities
  • Religious Observances

Apartment Features

  • Furnished Rooms
  • Private Rooms
  • Refrigerator
  • Semi-private Rooms
  • Walk-in Closet

Home Helpers

  • Plan, Prepare & Clean-Up Meals
  • Provide Light Housekeeping

Personal Care

  • Activities of Daily Living

Other Information

Level Of LicensureResidential Care Facility Ii
Licensed Beds100
Medicare BedsNo
Medicaid BedsNo
AdministratorLinda Hagler-Reid
OperatorSt Andrew's Resources For Seniors




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