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Greenbriar Terrace Healthcare

55 Harris Road, Nashua, NH 03062

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anonymous - Loved one of resident/client
Memory Care
July 2, 2017
Don't go!

My mother was at Kindred/Greenbriar for about 2 months and in that time she got progressively worse. There wasn't enough nursing staff and what staff was there, about half didn't care about the patients and a handful actively talked about "problem patients" in the hearing of other patients. One wing was closed because of the lack of nursing staff. Her therapy sessions would be cut short; she'd go for a 30 minute session and only get 15 minutes or go for an hour session and only get 40 minutes. The food was horrible; the chicken and fish was often served dry, potatoes would be raw, pork would be over cooked, or the food would be served cold. She would often be left without a call button; once she was on the commode for 40 min without a call button. It would take the nursing staff 20+ minutes to answer her call light when she did have her button. And she was sent home with a prescription (antibiotic, liquid form) that couldn't be immediately filled; the earliest any local pharmacy could do was 2 days later. Do not go to Greenbriar, they are not the same facility they were 5 years ago.





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