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Pruitthealth Hospice - Calhoun
197 Curtis Parkway Ne, Calhoun, GA 30701
Based on 3 reviews
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Services and Housing OptionsHospice, Respite, Respite
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Pruitthealth Hospice - Calhoun DescriptionThe hospice philosophy views death as the final stage of life and strives to allow patients to live out their last days with dignity, quality, and surrounded by loved ones. Hospice is a time to celebrate life and all that comes with it, including death. Hospice care emphasizes making the most of life, rather than prolonging it. Family-centered care is when the patient and their family are involved in making decisions together. Care is available 24/7 for patients and families.
Parent OrganizationPruitthealth Hospice - Calhoun is a member of a larger group of communities called PruittHealth
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ServicesPruitthealth Hospice - Calhoun offers a wide range of services to those in need of end-of-life care. Their services include symptom and pain management, comfort care, emotional and spiritual counseling, patient/family support and education, social work services, 24-hour on-call services, bereavement services, respite care, inpatient care, and continuous care. All of these services are designed to provide the best possible care and comfort for those in need.
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Employee Reviews for PruittHealth in Calhoun, Georgia
3 out of 5 stars. Based on 1 reviewsEmployees in the Calhoun, GA area who work for PruittHealth report a positive experience. They appreciate the opportunity to listen to family members and patients and learn everyday ADL's. The hardest part of the job is getting attached to the patients, but employees find it rewarding to be there for them when they need them the most. Employees enjoy spending the last few days or months with their patients, making it a pleasure to work for PruittHealth. Overall, employees rate their experience 3.0 out of 5 stars.
Employee Reviews for PruittHealth
2.77 out of 5 stars. Based on 1000 reviewsOverall, employees have a positive view of working for PruittHealth. They appreciate the company's great healthcare system for aging adults, the work-life balance, and the opportunities for advancement. However, they have some concerns about pay disparities, lack of retirement programs, and high insurance costs. Employees also feel that there is not enough help and that the buildings could use some upgrades. Advice to management includes providing more AIT training, forming teams to make the day easier for all partners, and encouraging great work with rewards.
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Please look at the second review. It was not Pruitt Calhoun Hospice it was a community in Rome. This is a remarkable group of people who have hearts of gold and true Servant's hearts. If you ever have a problem you can speak with the Administrator there and she will see it is fixed if it is fixable. They have a great staff as well and I don't believe it is fair to cause their score to be lower when the second review was not about the group in Calhoun.
The team at PruittHealth Hospice first visited, I thought, " Oh great. Here come a bunch of people I dont know, judging my family and myself. And harping on my passing, not really understanding, or caring if I live or die. " WoW! Was I surprised! Everyone is very friendely. My nurses, Miss Vanessa, and Miss Angie are such a wonderful people! Very sweet and caring, and do their best to make sure I understand my plan of care, answers all my questions,welcomes suggestions, and listens to my family. I thought they would be focused on my passing, but I honestly think they would cheer if I didn't need them anymore! Miss Natalie keeps us in stitches, but still remains the ultimate in professionalism. Thank you, everyone at the Calhoun Office. You guys are the best!!
Let me start out by saying this review is for the Rome location beside Mount Berry mall. My mother age 75 was transferred there from Redmond hospital for in-house physical therapy. She is a fall risk and was told not to get off the bed without assistance. I asked them for a walker to put beside her bed so she could get to the bathroom and they told me she couldn't have one until they started the therapy to see where she was at. That was fine. She was instructed to use the call button when she needed to go. She rang the button twice during the course of the night. The second time she was told by a CNA that they were short handed and couldn't run in there to her every 15 minutes. Long story short, they let her go all night sitting on the edge of the bed in pain because they didn't have any of her meds in stock! She told Neesa a nurse or aide there that her daughter would come get her in the morning, Neesa told her and I quote "Good because we didn't want you here anyway". I was very put off from the start, as soon as you walk in it smells like you are walking through a sewer. Carts and carts of poop and pee linens lined the hallways. In the room where they put my mother the toilet had poop smeared all over it. It looked as though it hadn't been cleaned in months. There was brown "stuff" all around the hinges of the toilet seat. I am so very disgusted and sad that my mother even had to stay that one night!! We went and got her first thing this morning. I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone. It's an afterthought to this franchise! Btw when you finally figure out how to get in the drive way of the facility, watch out for the pot holes! This place has been seriously neglected and I'm afraid the patients who are left there are treated the same way. I know some people have very limited options, but if you can, find another place to care for your loved one if you can't do it yourself.Sincerely...
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