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Overall Rating 3.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Customerwannabe satisfied
    ★★★★★ 7 months ago

    The food they serve the patients seems to be a little too spicy or something, it is different. They allow the patients to put their hands in the water drinking bowls and its gross.

  • Al Din
    ★★★★★ a month ago

    never leave your parents . they didnt leave you when you was kid

  • Nancy Sakelios
    ★★★★★ 7 months ago

    Exactly what Pilar Gomez stated in reviews. A review that was posted 2 years ago from mine. I ranked Cedar Village a 2 & not a 1; because the physical therapy program is good. Front staff has been friendly. Some nurses are good but some are horrible. The food is bad & always cold. I often take in meals as much as I can. When a patient calls for bathroom assist; it can take 1/2 hour or more. Nurse(s) get upset if he is assisted, yet they can't accommodate. If the assist complains of an patient inconstinance issue; ask how long it took assist to respond. Also, they worry about a patient not gaining weight ?! Perhaps if they didn't forget to bring meal(s), that would help. We always have someone with my dad 24 hours. Sort of defeats the whole program; but the main reason we have a family member there is for the physical therapy, otherwise we could provide better care at home. Same issues about 2 years ago but things were better for the duration because I made sure to check in daily & address any issues with upper management.

  • Timothy Knox
    ★★★★★ 8 months ago

    If you want your loved one to die then send them here. My grandmother found her husband unresponsive and the nurse acted like she didn't care. They were asking my grandmother questions and she couldn't understand what the nurse was saying so the nurse proceeded to get hateful. My grandfather is 83 lost over 80lbs down to 106. He has been through hell and back with a surgery to his pancreas and a massive heart attack after the surgery. They pulled my grandmother out of the room and said he was hateful to a nurse. This nurse is Arab and they were saying it was because of her nationality. That had nothing to do with it. He was alert enough to know that she was trying to give him medication that another nurse had already given him. We did have a few good nurses but in this case a few good can not change the whole bunch.

  • Airykah Dion
    ★★★★★ 11 months ago

    You'd have to really hate someone to put them in this nursing home. It's disgusting. The nurses and other employees do not care. The facility is dirty, spider and wasp problem. They claim to be diverse but have alot of racist employees, not only that but I reported a issue involving my family member who was a resident, someone came and spoke with me and agreed the actions of one of their employees was unacceptable but then they only moved the employee to a different floor after a week or so that employee was back. They treat private care assistants who don't work for their facility horribly, and of course if you're black you can't say anything to them about it cause they'll never take your side to save face for their racist employees

 

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