Country Meadows of South Hills - Personal Care I

Country Meadows of South Hills - Personal Care I

At Country Meadows of South Hills of Pittsburgh, our philosophy is to make senior living easier and more convenient so our residents can enjoy doing what they like most. Even active seniors may discover they need some assistance with daily living activities. From help with dressing to medication management, our Personal Care residents enjoy programsMore

Quality of Care

License Status
Full
Daily Staff Per Resident
1.56
Nurse On Site?
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24 Hour Nurse On Site?
Yes
Secured Dementia Unit?
Yes
Memory Care Programs
Person/Resident Centered Care

Levels of Care

  • Independent Living
  • Assisted Living / Personal Care
  • Memory Care
  • Short Term / Respite Care
  • Skilled Nursing / Long Term Care
  • Adult Day Care
  • Rehab

Living There

  1. Amenities
  2. Eligibility & Pets
  3. Dining
    Housekeeping
    Laundry
    Transportation Services
Religious Services
  • Christian Services

Types of Units

  • Private room
    Private Room
  • Combined Shape
    Semi-Private Room
  • Studio
  • One Bedroom Apt
  • Two Bedroom Apt
  • Cottage
    Cottage
  • Combined Shape
    Townhouse

About Company

For Profit/Nonprofit
Profit

Affiliated Communities

No affiliated communities found.

Reviews
Average rating from 5 reviews:
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    My father was a resident of country meadows for a little over a year, During that time he was loved on and cared for like no other place we encountered. No place is perfect, but on the real important things Country Meadows was always "Spot On". My father is now back at home with us.. This would not have been possible without the efforts and passion of the dear and professional staff at Country Meadows. We wholehearted recommend their unique faculty for your loved ones. THANK YOU!!
    Vanessa Jackson · 3 months ago
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    My sister and I had to move our parents due to health issues from an Independent Living situation into Country Meadows. My father suffered a stroke on December 18 and my Moms health had been declining and we had no choice due to circumstances. All I can say is it's so nice to know that they are in a place where they are treated like family. Country Meadows also accommodated us on a very short notice due to the circumstances and because of that my moms life was basically saved. Two days after they moved in they had appointments to see Dr. N Prabhu and she discovered through her examination that my mom was in Afib and sent her directly to the ER and she was kept in the hospital for 3 days. Afib was what caused my dads stroke so we consider ourselves so lucky and blessed that she was in the right place at the right time. John Moses the manager of their building is genuinely one of a kind in how he truly cares for the residents in his building and communicates so thoroughly with family members and you can rest assured if you need something he will get it done. Tracey Ronan is great and she helped us with all of their accommodations and to find the perfect place so that they could stay together and not be spilt apart, you could tell she truly cared about them and their situation. The nursing staff is so wonderful and caring, Donna and Jen to name a few have gone above and beyond. I can't thank Country Meadows enough for making this very difficult time easy for us! With my sincere thanks and gratitude!! Patty Sanchez
    Patricia Sanchez · 3 weeks ago
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    my mother was in full nursing care for several years, my self and two brothers would visit mom at all times of the day her care was fantastic. .there was always nice entertainment for the patients.we never saw any signs of neglect. the nurseing staff kept us well informed of changes in mom, and how she responded to situations. we were very happy with the home we put our mother in.
    charles Coulter · 10 months ago
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    Excellent facility. My mom is in the memory care and I have been overly impressed with her care ranging from nursing to activities to the administrative. Everyone is approachable with questions or concerns for my mom. The food is good and this is a place I can finally relax and know my mom is safe and happy. They have also encouraged friendships for her and this is the most social my mom has been in her life. Thank you CM
    Kristie Schwartz · a year ago
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    I do not understand the positive reviews I see for Country Meadows. I can only assume people who wrote the reviews have not been there at various hours and days to observe the lack of efficient processes and the gap in care that loved ones receive. If you visit on a sunny Sunday afternoon you can easily be misled by the scenery - family members on the patio, dogs visiting, Grandma in her wheel chair soaking up the sun. There are many other times that you will observe a very different setting. Most of the nurses, aides, activity coordinators, physical therapists are lovely people who exhibit a heart to care for the elderly. Sadly there those that are the complete opposite and despite multiple complaints the administration does absolutely nothing to address these gaps. In some cases the good employees seem to be victims of the poor administration and inefficient processes. My loved one has repeatedly, actually more often than not, not had the benefit of someone putting her hearing aid in. We have nicely complained but it continues to reoccur. It is nothing short of cruel to leave an elderly, vulnerable person in isolation by not being able to hear anything around them for days on end. My loved one was man-handled by an aide. I reported it and never had anyone follow up with me. Residents are often crying for help and left in soiled diapers for extended periods. The staff that cares are short-handed and keep up the best they can and the others could not care less. I could go on and on sharing examples of the lack of solid operational processes but ultimately I would not recommend placing your loved one in a Country Meadows facility.
    Lorraine Diamond · 5 years ago