Father Murray Nursing Ctr in Center Line, Michigan is one of senior living communities in the area. To find the right community for your needs and budget, connect with one of A Place For Mom’s local senior living advisors for free, expert advice.
Reduces entrance fees required upon move in
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It was horrible, it was just deplorable the conditions that the memory care people were in, I felt so bad for them. We had taken my dad to St. John's hospital and the social workers there said he needed to go to rehab and the only one that would take him was Father Murrays and they were the only ones that responded to her request, little did I know they were working together. They put him in a wheelchair because they didn't want to deal with watching him, when I moved him out we found out he could walk the whole time and didn't need to be here. I feel bad thinking about all the families that go through this and you're just hoping that people give you the right information and that you can trust them.
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