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Province Place Of Depaul
6403 Granby Street, Norfolk, VA 23505
Based on 9 reviews
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Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living, Memory Care, Respite, Skilled Nursing, Rehabilitation
For Pricing & Availability(800) 780-8101
To Reach a Resident(757) 451-2400
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Province Place Of Depaul DescriptionWe pledge to lend a hand of aid and compassion to all in need, particularly those who are impoverished, neglected and on the brink of death. Our physicians, nurses and health care givers have devotedly accepted the calling placed upon them to offer compassionate healing and service with an unwavering commitment inspired by our foundresses.
Assisted LivingAs you age, you may need a helping hand to stay self-sufficient. Let's seize the day and make your golden years a blast! At Bon Secours, we've crafted senior living care for all stages of health and wellness - so you can experience life with ease. Our services promote a dynamic lifestyle that evolves with your ever-shifting needs. We want you to be able to thrive in a secure and cozy atmosphere, without having any apprehensions about accessing health care facilities.
Parent OrganizationProvince Place Of Depaul is a member of a larger group of communities called Bon Secours
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Assisted Living Services and AmenitiesProvince Place Of Depaul provides assisted living services and amenities to its residents, such as assistance with daily activities, dining programs, educational activities, emergency care, exercise activities, housekeeping and maintenance services, memory care for those with memory loss or dementia, physical therapy for rehabilitation or mobility assistance, recreation activities for socialization and fun, social activities to build relationships and find community spirit; as well as wellness programs offering health screenings & nutritional guidance.
assistance with medication, bathing, dressing and grooming
respite care available for 7 to 30 days
licensed nursing staff 24/7
assistance with the activities of daily living
full activity calendar of stimulating and fun programs, events and classes
fitness and exercise opportunities including zumba, yoga, bodies n’ motion
three delicious meals daily, served in relaxed, private dining rooms
weekly housekeeping and personal laundry service, including flat linen
individualized service plans
transportation to medical appointments and scheduled errands
gracious suites with one or two bedrooms
emergency call system in each suite
full private bathroom
outdoor recreation such as a resident garden and nature walks
tradition of caring and services delivered by bon secours ministries
Employee Reviews for Bon Secours in Norfolk, Virginia
3.26 out of 5 stars. Based on 35 reviewsEmployees working for Bon Secours in the Norfolk, VA area generally have positive things to say about their experience. Many employees appreciate the teamwork and friendly atmosphere, with many describing it as a family. However, some employees were disappointed when their hospital closed. Employees also mention that the pay scale could be improved. Other pros mentioned include excellent hours, good management, and the ability to work from home. Cons mentioned include low pay, no opportunity for advancement, lack of management and leadership, and mediocre benefits. Advice to management includes upgrading the pay scale and providing better benefits, especially health insurance. Additionally, employees suggest that management should do more to prevent high turnover rates and ensure that providers are not feeling overworked.
Employee Reviews for Bon Secours
3.48 out of 5 stars. Based on 1000 reviewsOverall, employees have mixed reviews about working for Bon Secours. Many employees praise the telehealth opportunities, online wellness program, tuition reimbursement, flexible schedule, great leadership and teamwork, and good benefits. However, there are some drawbacks such as the model of compensation heavily dependent on volume, expected to work at home to finish work, holidays come out of ATO -not a separate benefit, low salary for support staff so hard to keep or hire for clinics, top heavy with administration, push to use Richmond facilities which many pts have no transportation to, outpatient social work services only to pts with certain chart color code indicating their insurance, heavy emphasis on Catholic tenets so lots of prayers, crosses, not allowed to order artificial birth control of any kind, not interested in hiring new NP graduates or older workers, atmosphere changed after joining mercy, management don’t keep staff involved, patient meals an awful standard, staff constantly leaving and they don’t investigate why they just continue hiring more, staff issues not listened to or taken into consideration, no growth opportunities, poor management, no room for RN growth, religious exemptions, no smoking policy downside for some, limited opportunity, heavy work loads for nurses, 30 min break is nothing when you work 12.5 hour shifts, really need new vital signs and other equipment, hospital is very out to date, no guarantee of being kept on, limited ceiling for growth potential, not so great management and salary, long distances to travel when visiting patients, understaffing high turnover with staff and management, lack of organization, bad communication between departments, difficulty getting time off, and extremely high patient volume. Advice to management includes hiring more nurses, improve hiring process, have intelligent recruiters screen applications and resumes rather than software, increase salary and add bonuses, follow the Golden Rule, stop violating Federal law, be respectful, follow their code of ethics, and engage actual stakeholders in decisions, hire more PCTs/Night phlebotomist/nurses, pay current staff retention bonuses, limit the amount of patients that can be seen per day, and be more knowledgeable about their duties and more organized about training.
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My Mom and her two sisters were residents at Province Place. My family have found the care givers to be compassionate, caring individuals and accommodating to our wishes. They KNOW their residents. My two aunts have since died (one was 90 and the other 96) but my Mom ( in memory care) is still going strong at 100! I will say that they do need to work on their internal phone system for better communication with family and hopefully with new owners there will be some stability with the administrative staff.
My Mom and Dad have been residents at Province Place of DePaul for several years, and the care they have received has been wonderful. The staff has been very kind and patient with them, which is not always an easy task. Also, if there's a problem ( whether something simple like "Your Dad seems to need some new socks" or something more significant) they call to let me know what's going on.I highly recommend Province Place of DePaul.
Do not put your loved ones in this place. They lie to get your money and take away your control to take care of your loved one. They leave the residents and Do not answer the emergency call buttons. If you try to remove your loved one, they confuse you with more lies and will treat them worse for wanting to leave.
Even as a visitor, I can feel the caring. My Mom has regained her joy. Thank you to the wonderful staff and the new friends she has met. Her physical progression has been amazing as well. The physical therapist got her up and walking again!The administration and program directors are top notch. I am so impressed that they are so willing to work with families. They have my upmost respect. The nursing staff have made her feel loved and wanted.The "neighborhood" concept that they use allows her to be a person and not a room numbered resident.Thank you to all!
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