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The average user rating for nursing homes in Lawrence County, Pennsylvania is 2.7 out of 5 stars based on 14 ratings.

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  • The Grove at New Wilmington New Wilmington, Pennsylvania 16142

    This place DOES NOT even deserve ONE STAR it deserves none…my time as an employee there was ABSOLUTLY HORRENDOUS, with an authoritarian - tyrannical complex in MANAGMENT..the residents are often neglected, not taken care of when need be. they keep employees who abuse residents and put them on a different floor ,only to continue there unprofessional behavior. Housekeeping is quite incompitant and full of drama the supervisor who is also the compliance officer IS NOT approachable about any situation ,doesn't even care and wonders why she can't keep House keepers , because of 2 housekeepers who keep causing trouble between employees and it causes people to flee and find work elsewhere . You can't trust anyone even if your eyes were open. The food they serve the residents is ABSOLUTLY disgusting…the residents don't even like it…maintenance doesn't fix anything and when they do it's half assed… the one MALE CNA inappropriately touched woman and gets away with it …some women are afraid to come forward and say anything , because management is not approachable about any situation what do ever they sweep it under the rug and make the victim look bad , also when the state health department isn't around alot of nasty things go on . If you don't want your relatives to die within 6 months to a year , don't put your loved ones here

  • The Grove at New Castle New Castle, Pennsylvania 16101

    This place is a hell-hole. My mother was there for just over a year. She had almost continual urinary-tract infections. Every time I visited she was sitting in wet Depends, often so wet they were falling off. The staff would not even acknowledge your presence when you approached the nurses station until you forced the issue. She had a C. diff infection that never went away, and that prevented me from transferring her to another facility. Often when I visited her her hair was so dirty it smelled. When she died there, exactly two people told me they were sorry and the home never even sent a sympathy card. The actual building deteriorated markedly in the year she was there. They primed the hallways to paint and a year later the painting was still not done. Often there was food on the floor and the staff would walk right on by and not even attempt to clean it up. One resident was permitted to set his air conditioner at 50 degrees in November. This went on for over a week, until the family complained. He ended up with pneumonia. When the staff was told about it, they giggled and said they got goosebumps every time they walked in the room. In summary, I would not allow this place to care for my dog.