3150 Juanipero Way, Medford, OR 97504
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We moved mom in at 2:00 p.m. on a Saturday. We had already moved her furniture in, so we were arriving with just mom and her personal effects. Her hospice worker stopped by a few hours later and discovered that no one had come in to meet mom or check on her. He went down and found a med tech and brought him back to mom's room. After they left, my sister and I decided to stay overnight, and we're so glad we did! By 10 a.m. the next morning NO ONE had come to check on mom, dispense her meds, or bring her any food. We called the public relations person and complained. One caregiver stopped by after that. However, the first thing she did was ask what mom's name was. Apparently she didn't even look at mom's file before she came in. When she saw mom was asleep, she left without taking any vitals or removing her meds from the room. A while later, someone from the kitchen came in to take her lunch order. They delivered it and picked up the tray later. We never saw another soul. Finally, at 3 p.m. I went down to reception and complained. Mom had been there for 24 hours and was receiving no care whatsoever. My sister and I had dispensed her meds (which were still in their original containers) and took care of her bathrooming needs. After that, three PAs came to mom's room to take care of her. Needless to say, we were nervous to leave mom alone there. Sadly, she passed away 10 days later, but because of our experience, I hesitate to recommend this place.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
We're not needing assisted care at this point. A smaller-sized facility, so probably not suited to our specific needs at this time.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
We had to pull our mom out from their memory care facility after only a month and a half. She gained 30 lbs in 2 weeks and was horribly bloated on her ankles and hands, the staff actually said "oh, I didn't really notice." They placed a roommate in with our mom [Removed] and yelled at her to get out everyour time my mom was just trying to be in her room, then they called my mom's doctor to complain that OUR mom had anger issues... because she was upset at being yelled at. When our mom got a bad stomach bug, they sent her to the hospital, when we brought back 3 days later, they hadn't cleaned the vomit or diarrhea off the carpet or walls yet. Her sheets were still missing and half her clothes were missing. It took us another 3 or 4 days to get them to finally locate her comforter. They are terribly understaffed, and absolutely awful communication skills, and really just failed at taking good care of our mother with alzheimers. We were so disappointed.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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