District Home Assisted Living At Birmingham Green
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Does District Home Assisted Living At Birmingham Green, 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 3.6 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Ms. Thomas★★★★★ 3 months ago
Mark the receptionist could use some Customer Service training
Roe C★★★★★ 4 months ago
Very unprofessional establishment.
Jennifer Burton Cross★★★★★ 3 years ago
Birmingham Green was an oasis for my good friend with Alzheimers, diabetes and cancer. I am a former nurse and visited Bill often. If not for this lovely facility, he would have had no place to go. Bill lived there for several years. He was first admitted to the assisted-living facility, and when he could no longer care for himself, he was transferred to a stepped-up care unit at a different location in the same facility. There is a very low turn-over rate in nursing and health care staff and most have spent the better part of their careers there. These angels give the best of care to their patients and are family to those whose who have been forgotten by or who have outlived their loved ones. The facility is clean and tidy and the food, though not fancy, is calibrated for the dietary needs of each patient. I took Bill for walks on the lovely grounds, and after I supplied the paperwork to confirm the health of my dog, I was able to bring her with me for Bill and others to enjoy. Birmingham Green has daily activities for the residents, from games to physical therapy. It was a wonderful home for Bill.
J M★★★★★ 3 years ago
Birmingham used to have a bad rap in 10 years ago but we were told it has been redone and new management so my grandmother decided to give it a try. We could not be more disappointed with the standard of care at this facility. When my grandmother would Press the bedside nurse assistance button it would take over 10 minutes each time before any nurse came in and to be met with a subpar attitude doesn't make the situation any better. The rooms are so small I barely had room to transfer my grandmother from wheelchair to bed. There were Dead beetles along the base boards. In general the nurses did not seem like they cared and often had an attitude or seemed frustrated. Each time I called the facility it took at least two phone calls to actually get through and transferred to my grandmother. Often times I would call and either nobody would speak after they said hello or put me on hold and not come back. They definitely need to be trained better and customer service. I would never send my grandmother back to Birmingham green and I would not recommend.
Mona Shaw★★★★★ 4 years ago
Inadequate. Food is deplorable - heavily laced with salt. After one month's stay my husband's condition which had improved, now deteriorated. Personnel missed noticing his wheezing, coughing & congestion until he had to be transferred to PW Hosp with pneumonia despite my reminders. He did not bounce back until I HAD to remove him for his health. I never again saw rehab people after his return from PW Hosp. Did not receive adequate advance notice of his discharge so that I could have home health care ready & waiting. Procedures ordered were not carried out; general condition rarely checked until obvious he was sitting in a puddle. NEVER saw or spoke to doctor of doctor's assistance entire 2 months. Care is as best as can be expected; too many very ill & damaged patients for the number of caring personnel. Must admit Birmingham Green is far superior to Manassas Nursing & Rehab.
|Type||Assisted Living Facility|
|License Type||One Year|
|Qualification Type||Residential and Assisted Living Care|
|Administrator||Mr. David Rumford|
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