Nazareth Living Center
Overall Rating 3.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★
J Y★★★★★ 2 months ago
We went there to visit, treated terribly. I fully appreciate the difficulty and stress that this job must carry, but it leaves a terrible impression when people are hostile to you simply for being there. The receptionist was lovely and personable. The grounds tidy and the interiors look well maintained. Only the administration's outright rudeness let us down.
carol gross★★★★★ 8 months ago
My father recently has moved to this facility. It is by far the best facility that he has been in. You can tell that the people at this facility genuinely care about the residents. His room is kept clean..and he has been kept clean. We were lucky to get an opening at Nazareth. God led us to this place. There was some bumps and hurdles along the transfer...but we do not regret making it to Nazareth. To the staff that is caring for my dad..we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. The only reason that I did not give it a 5 star review is because there are a few aides that you can tell are not happy with what they are doing and want to cut corners. As well a nursing supervisors that probably should not be in those positions. I repeat this has been the BEST place we have been. Thank you God!!!
Bobbie Baldwin★★★★★ 9 months ago
My mother had a small stay(2 weeks) in Nazareth in December 2016 for a rehabilatation for a broken rib.. I can not express enough that she will never go there again, other then a couple of nice aids and PT, the staff was awful, and the care for my mother was awful. I only missed one day out of 14 to go see my mom and when I came in the next day her room smelled like urin, it was in disarray and she was a mess, she said when ever she would hit her call button no one would come and if they did come she would tell them what she would need and they would never come back, I personally heard other patient's hitting their drinking glasses with their silverware to get the attention of the staff. My first complaint was to the CEO and he passed my info on to a manager who came up with every excuse to let me know why things were happening, short staff mainly, but a 82 year old women with a broken rib doesn't care if your facility is short staff, she was in pain and she needed help and nurses acted like she was a nuisance. My next attempt, after a couple of days and things not changing, I talked with a social worker (recommend by her PCP) who was less then helpful.. I would express what was going on and she some how would turn it around on my mother, and raised her voice to me. By this time I have given up on the staff taking care of my mother the way she should've been and when I came in I would make sure she had her dinner, fresh water, I would help her use the restroom and empty her bedside commode, put her into bed and made sure she had everything she needed because I knew when I left no one was going to come in to see if shes was ok for awhile. 20,23,25,30 minute call button waits, which they told us was way to long but it never stopped, they put my mother in Depends so they didn't have to come in as often, she has never were Depends up until this point. After her 14 day stay she was discharged and I took her home where she then went through a 5 day detox from the medication they were giving her in their facility. My mother is 82 and weighs 125 lbs. They had her on 2 different pain killers twice a day, a pain patch and 2 muscle relaxers a day. She couldn't function in their facility(fell twice) and then they sent her home to deal with their aftermath. Thank goodness she had family to get her through those awful 5 days, I strongly suggest if you do put a family member in this facility you watch them like a hawk and make sure you know what is going on with them at all times. I will NEVER place another member of my family in the care of this terrible facility, Trust me when I say looks are deceiving when it comes to Nazareth living center.
Susan Hogberg★★★★★ a year ago
Nazareth is such a wonderful place and I feel at peace when I come to work. I enjoy listening and talking to the residents. I feel like they are my friends. I enjoy working there because everyone I meet is like family.
Nadiya Lewis★★★★★ 3 years ago
management really does need to work on the way the they treat employees if you are not the favorite you don't mean nothing i am just saying
|Level Of Licensure||Assisted Living Facility Option 2|
|Administrator||Ms. Lola Westhoff|
|Operator||Nazareth Living Center|