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The average user rating for nursing homes in Taylor, Michigan is 1.4 out of 5 stars based on 5 ratings.

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  • Medilodge of Taylor Taylor, Michigan 48180

    Extremely poor service. This facility appeared to look good on the outside and in the lobby. I read many decent and good reviews prior to admitting my mother for short term rehab. We were shocked once we actually got into the patient area. It was obvious that the facility was understaffed and staffed with mostly poor performing employees. Many patients were left in wheelchairs sitting in the hall ways unattended, some were pushed closer to an employee area so they could be watched. As a new patient, my mother was not given any welcome information, no explanation of how to use the services available did not provide a wheelchair for use failed to provide medication when needed, did not respond to nurse call button….. I could go on. We attempted to discuss our concerns with staff but was greeted with rude behavior and poor responses. The facility manager did not even respond to listen to our concerns! The nurse admin was rude argumentative and did not respond to our needs. Something as simple as requesting additional pillows to aid a broken arm in bed was not fulfilled. Do not go hear and do not subject any loved one to this treatment!!!

  • The Lodge at Taylor Taylor, Michigan 48180

    This facility has no phones in the rooms, my father was placed in a room with no side rails on the bed, a call light that didn't work (unfortunately we didn't find that out until the next day when he had to lay in bed all night trying to call out for help) and no way to turn on his overhead light. He was in severe respiratory distress by the time someone finally came in his room and when he asked for assistance to turn over because he couldn't breath he was told he needed to do it himself as she had other people to take care of. The air conditioning didn't work and they just had a dirty fan blowing on him. They have no water or ice dispenser so the workers just dig into an igloo cooler to scoop out some ice for the patients, that is if they ever get around to bringing any. We spoke to the director of nursing and got reassurance that this would never happen again but the next night was no better. They left a full bedside commode in his room all night and the next day until we discovered it and asked them to empty it. The nurse couldn't be bothered with that but she did spend a half hour looking for someone else to empty it. There are so many residents sitting outside smoking that we couldn't even take my father outside for fear that his oxygen would ignite. We moved him out of there ASAP. This place is shameful and I would never leave anyone there.