3275 Washington Pike, Bridgeville, PA 15017
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It depends on the level of illness. My loved one had dementia, but other than that, she was healthy. What I liked about Elmcroft is they were very accommodating in being able to handle her particular problem. They were very good at infection control regarding the virus, and getting her vaccinated as quickly as possible. She feels safe there. The activities she participates in she enjoys. I am very happy that a physician evaluates her regularly, as well as outside nurses who come in to assess her mental status. If her dementia becomes more severe, they can handle it within the same facility, so there would be no need to move her out. I was very impressed with them. I looked at a number of places in the area, and for what my loved one could afford, Elmcroft was the best. I couldn't be happier with the care there. The cost seemed reasonable to me, but that's not to say that other places that cost less might not be equivalent. You would just have to go and check them out for yourself to see.
Our family was able to tour this facility in person, and it was a nice experience a nice place. It was clean and no fowl smells.
I would suggest placing your loved one here. This seems to be more hospitable here than some other communities. The staff communication is good with the families.
If your loved one is not mobile this is not the place to go. It takes too much time for them to respond to my loved one's needs. Some of the staff are very nice and do a good job.
We chose this community because of the brightness of the place, the appealing look of it, it was also close to my sisters home. The room sizes are adequate for what she needed. The food the first few days with dining room services was fine, after that once COVID, they aren't allowed to go to the dining room and the quality of the meals was substantially lesser, very poor selection of menu and everything was cold. My sister appreciated the care and the friendliness of the staff members. I would absolutely recommend Elmcroft of Bridgeville.
The staff is friendly and compassionate. They are good at their jobs. The administrative team is always accessible and addresses every concern. The medical/nursing staff are diligent and conscientious. Food service is very attentive to the preferences of each resident. Sometimes they have a hard time keeping to the personal care schedule established upon moving in. The activities department offers a nice variety each week and several choices each day.
My mom has been here for over a year or so. And all I hear is bad things about this place . I live in FLORIDA and I have a full time job here . I do have siblings that live close by but they can't help out . I'm in a pickle right now ! I love mom so much going to see her in August to surprise her for her 87th birthday. Going to get her a new bed for her back. Just wondering,. Is It a waste of time or should I just take her with me to get better care. She is meek and kind to everyone there. What should I do. HELP. Please give me your Input on my situation. Thank you. [name removed] Daughter
It is so sad to think that Broadmore does not give the help that is needed to our loved ones. I heard and heard over and over again from the staff we will take care of the needs of my dad when he was there. He could have been a great asset to Broadmore for his age of 105 when he passed May of this year. They never even called to tell me he passed and let Hospice take care of it. And at that it did not seem proper. No one cared. But they cared to get the monthly rent... As of now we are over 5 months and they owe me money for May and only for about 10 days and no they have not contacted me. I contacted them and yes they owe me a small amount that is a drop in bucket to them. I am told in simple terms after numerous emails to them that I have to simply wait my turn for a refund. Riciculous!! I am sorry they work in this way because let you be late to pay and you get charged a late fee. I would hope none of you reading this run into problems but from what I read now some already learned the non care you can expect... Thanks and sorry that this company running the Broadmore places make you wait in a so called line to maybe get the funds you deserve. After all our loved ones paid dearly to them...
Don’t allow this place to care for your family member. My Mother is there for therapy after a knee replacement . They do not answer her call bell. She waits over 2 hrs for assistance to the bathroom . She had to call me from her cell and then I call the facility to tell them to help her . Spoke with the administrator yesterday and was promised this would not happen again but was woken up at 7am with another call from my mother that she’d been calling for help to the bathroom since 5am and no one came . Again I had to call the facility and tell them to help her . She is paying out of pocket for this stay . So very disappointed , we were promised she would receive execellent care at Broadmore .
Would not recommend . Terrible care . My Mother in Law has been there for only 3 days and has not received proper care . She needs assistance to get from wheelchair to bed and help into the bathroom . She waited 2.5 hrs for someone to help her into bed her first night and didn’t get help until she called me and I had to call there and yell . This happened again this morning and this was after I spoke to the administrator . Very sad families have to go through this .
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