Masonic Home and Hospital
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I can't say enough about the incredible professionals at Masonicare Health Center who have lovingly cared for my father for the past four weeks. They have gone out of their way to ensure my father's complex needs are addressed and that at all times he felt safe and cared for. From a simple smile to the occasional, much needed hug, these professionals display the highest level of integrity and compassion. Highly recommended. Thank you for all you do!
My husband was at Masonicare for two years and we recommend it highly. All staff were caring and responsive and provided counsel and support as needed. Care on the unit provided by Nurse Aides was exceptional as was therapy provided by Occupational & Physical Therapists. My husband was able to return home after two years at Madonicare. We are forever grateful for the dedicated and sensitive care we received at Masonicare.
Great nursing and rehabilitation center.
Also offers housing for transitional patients.
Nice rooms and friendly staff.
Constant renovations taking place making the facility look beautiful.
Onsite Doctor offices, hair salon and gift store.
If I could give a rating with no stars, I would 100% give it to Masonicare. This place is THE WORST. My grandfather was transported to Masonicare to get evaluated for his behavior with dementia. One night, he lost his balance and fell on his butt (according to the nurse). My mother was notified by phone right away and the nurse stated he was ‘okay and sitting in the chair and they were going to have a doctor come to examine him.’ My grandfather was later transported to a near by hospital and my family was not notified until about 18 hrs later from one of the doctors at the hospital, not even Masonicare! My grandfather ended up needing hip surgery. Long story short, Masonicare handled my grandfather’s experience EXTREMELY POORLY. I cannot begin to describe how unprofessional this place is. We had to call Masonicare and explain ourselves in order to receive some sort of an apology how things were handled. To be quite frank, we will never know the truth and what exactly happened that night he fell. Unfortunately, sorry will not cut it as my grandfather is no longer here today. Please do your research and do not send your loved ones here.
I have a different perspective than most of the reviewers of Masonicare. I actually live here having arrived on April 12, 2017. Before arriving, I had been in 4 different hospitals including 5 weeks in ICU at Hartford Hospital and another 3 trips to rehab centers for 3 months total before I was diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis which is a very rare autoimmune disease. On the second day of my arrival physical, occupational and respiratory therapies learned I could not move. Through their assistance and skills things happened that were never before possible in my eyes. The medical staff has tolerated my frustrations really, really well. I am easy to get along with while I am easy to get along with which was not much back then. I never expected to walk again nor did I expect to be able to ride in the car with my wife until summer of 2018. However, my trip occurred in October of 2017. If anyone reading this has a loved one that really needs help and wants to get better (I am still only 55-60% recovered) this IS the place. if you are in long term care skilled nursing unit as I am you will discover that things are pretty good here. My wife is in independent living in the Wells apartments just a mere 5 minutes from me. Nowadays, I have a power chair and have campus wide access. I still need a walker for walking about 100 feet or so and recently I climbed 4 steps. I am active in a bunch of activities on campus and there are a boatload of them here. My room, on the 6th floor, looks back into the woods where there are deer, fox, turkeys and 18 kinds of trees plus a resident hawk. We love it here. Thanks for the read.