4001 Rosslyn Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45209
Our Memory Support care has two unique levels of services: Assisted Living apartments for those with mild cognitive impairment and Nursing Care for more advanced dementia. Quiet rooms, an enclosed courtyard and enriching activities all provide personal dignity and comfort.
HPHC provides a full staff of Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists for guests needing short-term rehabilitation. Our interdisciplinary teams of nurses, therapists, social workers, and dietitians work with physicians to develop care plans for each patient. Additionally, a resident chaplain and prayer services are always available for hope and healing.
We are proud of our fine dining and distinguished offerings; join us for lunch and a tour.
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*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.
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I have a family member in this facility and I can't express enough how great her experience and my families experience has been. The nurses, her caregivers and even the management has been extremely friendly, helpful and attentive to her every need. The facility is always very clean and the food is as good as it gets. Please keep up the great work and doing what you all do for families.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
This review is coming from someone who has worked in two different nursing homes and medical settings...please do not leave your loved one in this facility. It's seems poorly ran and lacking communication. We encountered 2 nurses and one nurse aide. The aide was friendly and helpful. The nurse on the floor acted as if we were bothering her by asking for information reguarding our loved one. The nurse supervisor was condescending when speaking to us about the care plan for our loved one. When she realized she couldn't pull a fast one on us she because agitated and aggressive with her words. Seems to me scare tactics are used in this facility by staff members to manipulate the situation. I don't think the nurse expected the response she got from us. The facility is deplorable and needs attention. The rooms are small, dirty(dust on window sill in rooms and well as on curtain panels) halls smell of urine, rust around sink in room, panel coming off near sink, light above sink did not work, stains on bed cover(this cover is used as the main cover, not just as bedspread), there was a recliner in the room and who knows where it came from or if it had been cleaned and if your loved one is addmitred on the weekend there doesn't seem to be sufficient supervision of staff to set up incoming resident. A room phone was not given to resident until the next morning after being there from 5pm the day prior. They were of sound mind and alertness so a phone was not given because of a medical condition. One was asked for but always forgotten. There was also a food menu of options that our loved one couldn't have but was in the room on the bedside table. The nurse said she didn't know much about our loved one and would print us off what she had...this is where it all went south. Seriously save yourselves the aggravation and nightmare and get pre-cert recommendations for other facilities.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Nice small facility with the complete spectrum of services.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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