2620 N 68th St, Scottsdale, AZ 85257
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Staff is extremely caring and helpful. They are constantly looking to keep my wife comfortable in these tough times. They let me “FaceTime” with her often, and are always looking after her safety.
Response from Scottsdale Village Square, A Pacifica Senior Living CommunityApril 30, 2020
Hello, thank you for leaving us such a wonderful review. We put resident experience and satisfaction as our priority, and your review reaffirms the hard work we put in every day. Thank you again for your kind words.
Very nice property and Tara was a great help.
Response from Scottsdale Village Square, A Pacifica Senior Living CommunitySeptember 30, 2016
Thank you for your kind reply regarding our staff! I'm glad you enjoyed our community.
Response from Scottsdale Village Square, A Pacifica Senior Living CommunityJune 3, 2020
Thank you for taking the time to let us know how we did. We hope you have a great day!
I do not know how the other sections are but unless your loved one is more or less catatonic or can walk around but is completely out it DO NOT put them in vistas east. The only up side to the place was the staff. They were all very nice and kind but medically they can only do what they are told by the doctors which we never saw. My mom practically had to contact the director and complain that the doctor never contacted her regarding my dad's care. You pay a lot of money to have them warehoused in a big room where so they can be "watched". There's 1 tv that even if you wanted to watch it you couldn't here over the noise. The food was edible but more likely cold by the time they served it. I had to ask every time for a bib so Dad didn't get his shirt all food stained. Many times I had to request that they put a sweater or sweat shirt on my dad because he was cold and several times he didn't have socks on and when he did they weren't his or they were mismatched. Medically speaking, He had a brain injury but was high functioning (chatted with us, new who we were, enjoyed watching tv and going for strolls with help) and a suprapubic catheter. They drugged him so he would sleep most of the time instead of being "rambunctious" They treated him for a severe uti with an iv without consulting us. They couldn't get it in and when they did he pulled it out (which we told them he would). They turned him black and blue with this but yet didn't address his high levels of co2 until it was too late. Sent him to a pulmonologist without telling us but fortunately he sent Dad to Scottsdale Osborn. From there he went to hospice which was a WONDERFUL for him to spend his last few days. My heart breaks when I think of the time we wasted having him at SVS. Save your money (because you'll have to pay extra for a sitter if needed. They don't tell you that in advance either) and your loved ones comfort. DO NOT put them here. This whole experience made me want to open my own group home so elderly loved ones can be treated they way they SHOULD be treated when they can't live "at home".
Response from Scottsdale Village Square, A Pacifica Senior Living CommunityMay 28, 2018
Barbara H., it's upsetting to hear that you did not receive the top-notch service we strive to provide. Thank you for your detailed review. We strive to provide excellent care and service to our residents and their families at Scottsdale Village Square, A Pacifica Senior Living Community. We appreciate you taking the time to leave us a review.
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