Brookdale Medical Center Kingsley

9000 Floyd Curl Drive San Antonio TX 78240

866-465-5993

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Your life can be as engaging, enjoyable and seamless when you join our upscale assisted living community that also offers Alzheimer's and dementia care services. As an assisted living resident in our home-like San Antonio, Texas, community, You'll enjoy a busy social calendar, both on and off campus, and a life of independence while still receiving the personal assistance you need. 

Should your needs change over time, and you require memory care, you have the peace of mind knowing you can remain here, in your home, with familiar surroundings. You and your family will have the security of knowing that our staff is on-site 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Activities include exercise classes, crafts, games, church services, monthly birthday celebrations, happy hours and excursions around the region. Each day is about living life to the fullest and letting us take care of all the mundane daily chores.

Comfortable, home-like common areas allow residents to chat with each other in comfort, enjoy games and activities, or lounge with a newspaper or good book. The outdoor courtyard is a popular place for relaxing in the shade, gardening and backyard barbecues.

Amenities include:
Pet friendly
Concierge service
Library
Arts & crafts studio
Beauty/barber shop
Courtyard and garden
Wellness center
Walking paths
Fireside living room?

We understand that moving into an apartment can be challenging. So we are there to help. Typically, you can choose from either a private or shared apartment, which often has big windows that let in plenty of natural light. You can decorate the apartment to your personal style€”filling it with photographs and travel keepsakes. And pretty soon that apartment will feel like home sweet home. 

Our assisted living lifestyle provides all the independence you want and a helping hand when you need it. We can get you started, perhaps in dressing or managing medications. Then we step out of the way of your daily living. If a resident ever should need a deeper level of assistance, it's an easy transition into our memory care program, which is deeply rooted in a person-centered approach focused on creating feelings of belonging and purpose for your loved one.

Pricing at Brookdale Medical Center Kingsley

Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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Semi-Private
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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.

Reviews of Brookdale Medical Center Kingsley

3.7 of 5 Average rating
40 Reviews
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(20) A Place For Mom
(20) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • I went on a tour at this community

    I went on a tour here the staff was very nice and very informed. We were looking for the assisted living here fo my father-in-law. It was dated but was clean and spacious. I recommend families tour several places before making a choice.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    I went on a tour at this community

    I went on a tour here the staff was very nice and very informed. We were looking for the assisted living here fo my father-in-law. It was dated but was clean and spacious. I recommend families tour several places before making a choice.

  • Problem with leadership

    I brought my Father to this facility because it was recommended to me and I needed to move him in quickly. Everyone is nice here and the care is top notch. The food is really good and the dining room is restaurant style seating. The only thing I have a problem with is the management isn’t taking leadership of the staff. No one takes responsibility with doing the small things. The dining tables don’t have the right menus, the creamer and sugar are never filled, and my dad still doesn’t have his name on his door 2 months later. It’s like the small things don’t matter to them. They only have 1 maintenance guy and I told the staff that the bathroom to the general public is broken and it still isn’t fixed. We also told him a few times that the door going from my dad’s room to the courtyard is broken and won’t lock. It finally just got fixed a few nights ago. The other thing I do not like is I was told by the head nurse, “We don’t do open wounds.” Anytime something happens they send my Father to the hospital. He recently had a fall and my dad is trying to not ask for more pain medication because he doesn’t want to get sent to the hospital again. I like this community and I would recommend it for the right person.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Problem with leadership

    I brought my Father to this facility because it was recommended to me and I needed to move him in quickly. Everyone is nice here and the care is top notch. The food is really good and the dining room is restaurant style seating. The only thing I have a problem with is the management isn’t taking leadership of the staff. No one takes responsibility with doing the small things. The dining tables don’t have the right menus, the creamer and sugar are never filled, and my dad still doesn’t have his name on his door 2 months later. It’s like the small things don’t matter to them. They only have 1 maintenance guy and I told the staff that the bathroom to the general public is broken and it still isn’t fixed. We also told him a few times that the door going from my dad’s room to the courtyard is broken and won’t lock. It finally just got fixed a few nights ago. The other thing I do not like is I was told by the head nurse, “We don’t do open wounds.” Anytime something happens they send my Father to the hospital. He recently had a fall and my dad is trying to not ask for more pain medication because he doesn’t want to get sent to the hospital again. I like this community and I would recommend it for the right person.

  • Lack of care

    My mom lived in the memory care section for almost 10 months. The first couple of months went well, but things went down hill quickly. They stopped bathing her, brushing her teeth and her room began to smell like urine. I asked many times for someone to take care of these basic needs, but nothing changed. The staff left my mom in a wooden chair in the living room all day, every day. This wore a bald spot on her head and left an indentation as well. During the last 7 months she fell 8 times. Nothing was done after any fall to prevent another one. The last fall left the entire side of her faced bruised. [Removed], who is suppose to be In charge of care plans never made an effort to implement any changes to prevent her falls. His attitude was unprofessional, offensive and aggressive. I told [Removed], the executive director that I didn't feel safe leaving my mom there any longer, but she still wouldn't waive the 30 day move out notice.[Removed] had no empathy for my mom. I would not recommend this location to anyone. I ended up finding a much higher quality home that ended up costing over $1,000 less per month.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Lack of care

    My mom lived in the memory care section for almost 10 months. The first couple of months went well, but things went down hill quickly. They stopped bathing her, brushing her teeth and her room began to smell like urine. I asked many times for someone to take care of these basic needs, but nothing changed. The staff left my mom in a wooden chair in the living room all day, every day. This wore a bald spot on her head and left an indentation as well. During the last 7 months she fell 8 times. Nothing was done after any fall to prevent another one. The last fall left the entire side of her faced bruised. [Removed], who is suppose to be In charge of care plans never made an effort to implement any changes to prevent her falls. His attitude was unprofessional, offensive and aggressive. I told [Removed], the executive director that I didn't feel safe leaving my mom there any longer, but she still wouldn't waive the 30 day move out notice.[Removed] had no empathy for my mom. I would not recommend this location to anyone. I ended up finding a much higher quality home that ended up costing over $1,000 less per month.

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Community Details at Brookdale Medical Center Kingsley

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    • Brookdale Medical Center Kingsley Amenities

      • Devotional Services Onsite
      • Beautician Onsite
      • Devotional Services Offsite
      • Outdoor Common Areas
      • Activities Onsite
      • Meals Provided
      • Vegetarian
      • Indoor Common Areas

    Senior Housing Types Provided at Brookdale Medical Center Kingsley

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      • Assisted Living
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