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Providence Mount St Vincent Retirement Apartments

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  2. Washington
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Overall Rating 3.9 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Luann Budd
    ★★★★★ a month ago

    Last year my mom decided it was time to move into an Assisted Living facility. As a longtime resident of West Seattle, she chose to stay in West Seattle to be close to family and her doctor and friends. She considered all of the options and selected "The Mount." She was looking for an apartment with a lot of natural light, where the food was good, and the schedule of the meals and assistance was flexible. She found that and so much more at The Mount. Now, a year later, we are so happy with her choice. EVERYONE on staff at The Mount has been incredibly welcoming and helpful. They made my mom's transition as smooth as possible and helped her meet people and feel included in the community. We love the "grill" menu--we can always get what we want to eat and the chef has even offered to create that special dish if we get hungry for something not on their menu. The seasonal activities are wonderful--lots of entertainment and decorations and good food. The aides help my mom with various things and they keep her laundry done, and the waste baskets in her room emptied multiple times a day. Everything in her apartment is so clean and fresh. What has stood out for me is that everyone from the Director, to the facilities workers, to the reception staff, to the nurses and aides, absolutely everyone takes time to care. They are never too busy or in a hurry. I love seeing how they live out their Christian values each and every day. My mom is thriving in her new home and we love that.

  • Jason Pankow
    ★★★★★ a month ago

    I have 1 ILC graduate and one attending currently. You won't find a better daycare for your little ones. A fantastic program!

  • Greg Hartwell
    ★★★★★ a month ago

    Nursing staff don't know how to service an Ostomy bag with the proper items. Got very sick after just a week and a half there

  • M Torre
    ★★★★★ 3 months ago

    The staffing and the Supervisor in TCU 5th floor is terrible. The work is really hard. The nurses in 5 south day shift is worse. They always have short staff. The supervisor and staffing doesn't care about the CNA. Especially the woman who works in DON. So, if you want to apply as an employee in providence, don't go to TCU. However, the food is delicious and the patients are nice. The hallway is clean and organized.

  • Manuel Medina
    ★★★★★ 7 months ago

    Faith based, great mission statement, awesome location. They do a better job at making it feel like a home (rather than a cold hospital) compared to other places I've seen. I worked here for 10+ years in different capacities so I've seen compassionate, resident-directed care first hand. I wish my grandma would have spent her time here. I continue to work with Providence because I believe in the work they're doing.


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ContractAdult Residential Care, Assisted Living
License Expires2010-12-31

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