“I spent about a week as a patient in your facility. I was in for some rehab immediately following hip replacement surgery, as part of my transition to home and outpatient therapy to complete my recovery.
“I just wanted to express my appreciation for the fine job and professional attention given to me by your staff over that week, all the way from the good food to the attention in my room to my comfort and to the actual physical therapy itself. Your service provided the perfect transition for me to establish my routine (and limits) once I got home after that week. I was able to move around comfortably at home and begin my therapy there without missing a beat, and stay on my schedule for full recovery.”
“My wife and I would like to express our sincere thanks to all of the medical and auxiliary staff that provided such outstanding care and compassionate love to Susan during her stay at your facility…
“I have spent nearly sixty years of my life in the medical field, several years in my early carrier as a Naval Hospital Corpsman, and more recently as a Pharmacist in both Civilian and Military hospitals, and I have not seen a more dedicated team of care givers.
“We would greatly appreciate your giving a WELL DONE to all the team that was responsible for Susan’s outstanding care”
“I appreciate everything. The quality of the people that work there are outstanding. They go above and beyond. I feel extremely safe that she is there and know that she is in great care. The place is run impeccably. It is obvious that all the staff members at all levels really care about their residents and how they perform their job”
“I want all of you to know how much we appreciate the many services you rendered. If it wasn’t for the care given to him by all of the staff, he would not have progressed to the point he is now – that is being released to home, using a walker with a 5 – 10 pound weight bearing limit, and beginning home health care physical therapy”
“It was the best choice we had. I really am thankful that I brought him to Brookside. I didn’t want him directly at home from Skyridge. He recovered so fast and very well there.”
“Everyone seems to know what is going on. When I moved her there, they knew what to expect, when she was coming and what her name was. People introduced themselves to me and to her. It worked like a well-oiled machine. There is a personal nature of the care. I would recognize all of the employees. That goes from the people in the dining room because they know I have lunch with my mother outside on one of the tables in the common area. They bring the food out without having to be chased down or anything. The food is good, I have tasted it. Those folks are great. Everyone else is just exceptional, I think.”