1721 Beattie Road, Albany, GA 31721
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My mother moved in [date removed]. What a blessing to know she is well cared for and still have her independence.The food is awesome and the staff is so loving..She is 90 and she picked this place because of location.I could not be more satisfied.
I do like the community. They have nice and giving people there. It does need some renovating such as the dining room and the residents room. The outside needs a paint update, as well. There is a new administrator who is trying to work on these updates. The food is ok, and my mother hasn't been happy with it. She says that the food when it is pureed, it doesn't taste the same. The administrator is working with my mom to get some variety of foods for her. The room sizes are adequate for what the residents need.
The staff here were very attentive. At the time, they had the best food ever, however they have heard the chef has changed. They are quick to clean the community and nothing is ever left for long. They were also very friendly with us and our mother. They did offer activities for the residents to participate in, like bingo. We did think the value for the price at The Phoenix At Albany was excellent.
Friendly staff and nice facility, but consistently poor food service and poor laundry service.
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