Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital
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Levindale is a very nice facility! I have a family member who's been on the hospital side, as well as the sub-acute rehab side and both times they were there for recovery, they had really great care. From passionate nurses, to managers who come around to see how things are going, we have been very pleased with the care our loved one has received.
Not only is the facility gorgeous, but it is clean, and the staff are mostly friendly, expect when they are towards the end of their shifts - which I think can be expected after working for 12 hours with a lot of other patients to care for.
All and all, my family would like to rate Levindale very high in regards to rehab and skilled nursing facilities in the Baltimore area.
As a 21 year employee I can say we have a great rehab team who helps patients reach their goals in strength, balance, activities of daily living, cognition, swallowing and speech. We offer a variety of rehab services for acute care, subacute, out-patient, behavioral health, coma emergence, dialysis and ventilator dependent patients. Our team is professional, knowledgeable, caring and dedicated to our eldetly patients. Levindale rehab management is fair to employees and we don't have a high turnover rate in our rehab dept. I think Levindale is a great place to work.
I really love working here!
The staff was so very nice. Quite attentive and caring. Liked to joke around with our mother to let her feel "normal" as possible. The social workers there are AMAZING I'm very glad she was placed here.
My grandmother was recently at Levindale for medication adjustment for Alzheimer’s. While there my mother expressed concerns that my grandmother was always sleeping and/or unable to stay awake for any length of time, but told my grandmother was fine. When she was picked up to go home her feet and ankles were so swollen she could hardly fit her shoes on her feet, when my mother voiced her concern she was told to elevate her feet. On their way home they stopped at the pharmacy to pick up the prescriptions prescribed by the hospital staff, and the pharmacist hesitated to fill the order until she spoke with my mother expressing her concerns regarding the prescriptions given to my grandmother. When they arrived at my grandmothers home she was able to get her into the house, where she slept all day in the chair. That evening my aunt was able to get her in the bed and woke her up in the morning to get breakfast and give her the medicine. However, as the day progressed my grandmother continued to sleep and was unable to stay awake for any length of time. In the late afternoon 911 was called and my grandmother was admitted to the hospital with a blood clot in the lung and one in the leg, she was placed on oxygen, a heart monitor and medicine to remove the excess fluid. My hope is that no other patient endures what my grandmother endured at that facility. ( It has been eight days since my grandmother left Levindale and she is still in the hospital recovering.)