1 Star User Review
What St Anthony's is not is a NURSING Care center. From what I could find about this 102 bed facility there are 3.5 full time nursing staff with administrative duties. My grandmother lived in this facility for the last 4 months of her life and died there with the most inadequate care. Staff are poorly trained, especially in end of life care and pain management. When problems arise, and they will in any facility, you want to know that your concerns will be heard and addressed in an appropriate and professional way. They will not be handled that way here. Don't expect to be able to get in touch with the Md on staff or to get help by the social work department. Choose a different facility for your loved ones and educate yourself on how to work the chain of command, how to file a complaint with the Local Long term ombudsman that covers the facility. This facility is owned by a for profit corporation that inadequately trains it's staff and your loved one will pay the price for that.