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Good Samaritan Society - Willow Wind
3191 Aster Dr., Prescott, AZ 86305
Based on 2 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living
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Good Samaritan Society - Willow Wind DescriptionWe're here to ensure you receive the best care and services - no matter how high your needs are. The Good Samaritan Society – Willow Wind provides a personalized approach to assisted living with apartments tailored to the needs of each resident. Our passionate team members provide custom-crafted services to meet your individual needs. From a range of activities and possibilities, we empower you to live an active, rewarding life. At our facility, you'll be treated to a level of quality service and compassionate care that's truly unmatched – all from an amiable, highly-trained staff. We joyfully provide Yavapai and its neighboring areas with our services.
Parent OrganizationGood Samaritan Society - Willow Wind is a member of a larger group of communities called Good Samaritan Society
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AmenitiesGood Samaritan Society - Willow Wind offers many amenities to its residents. The Dining Room provides a variety of delicious, nutritious meals prepared by experienced chefs. There is also a Salon on-site where residents can get their hair styled and nails done. For those looking for a more relaxing experience, there is a Salon Spa available with a variety of treatments and services. All of these amenities are designed to help make life at Good Samaritan Society - Willow Wind comfortable and enjoyable.
ServicesGood Samaritan Society - Willow Wind provides a range of services, including assisted living and skilled nursing/rehabilitation. Skilled nursing is available 24/7 with registered nurses on staff, while rehabilitation services include physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech-language pathology. The goal of the facility is to provide the highest quality care to its residents.
home health care
dressing and grooming
ice cream social
three home-cooked meals a day
private dining room
maintenance of building and grounds
weekly light housekeeping
laundry and housekeeping
transportation to and from medical appointments
personal emergency response system
basic cable television
all utilities included except telephone
kitchenette with granite countertops
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Employee Reviews for Good Samaritan Society in Prescott, Arizona
2.79 out of 5 stars. Based on 14 reviewsThe overall sentiment of employees working for Good Samaritan Society in the Prescott, AZ area is positive. Employees appreciate the quality time they get to spend with long term residents and rehabilitation clients, as well as the flexibility of the schedule. However, they have noted that the company is often short-staffed and there are not enough resources. Employees also mentioned that the pay is low and the patient to staff ratio is high, with not enough support from administration. Advice to management includes better orientation for new employees, staffing the inpatient unit based on patient acuity and facility needs, and increasing pay and providing more support to staff.
Employee Reviews for Good Samaritan Society
3.16 out of 5 stars. Based on 974 reviewsThe Good Samaritan Society has generally positive reviews from employees. They appreciate the flexible schedule, willing to listen to employees, good benefits, and supportive system from the National Campus. Employees also enjoy the mission and culture of compassion. However, there are some cons such as pay being negligible compared to other companies, no official PTO, short staffing, long hours, poor management, and lack of corporate support. Employees suggest that the company should update their EMR, provide more team management, higher pay for nurses and CNAs, and provide more training and corporate support.
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LicensingThis community is licensed by the state of AZ. It is a large-sized community with 62 total beds.
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