Clove Lakes Health Care And Rehabilitation Center

★★★★☆
  • 25 Fanning St

    Staten Island, NY 10314

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  • 718-289-7900

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My mother recently spent a month at Clove Lakes after a brief hospital stay. Everyone in my large and often critical family had only good things to say about the care that she received while at Clove Lakes. She is home now, quite

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My mother recently spent a month at Clove Lakes after a brief hospital stay. Everyone in my large and often critical family had only good things to say about the care that she received while at Clove Lakes. She is home now, quite

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As my mother's dementia condtiion became more than
my family and I could comfortably handle at home, we
once again turned to Clove Lakes Health Care Facility.
My mother was previously a resident after a brief hospital stay and made a

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As my mother's dementia condtiion became more than
my family and I could comfortably handle at home, we
once again turned to Clove Lakes Health Care Facility.
My mother was previously a resident after a brief hospital stay and made a

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Luckily we don't need to put anyone in a nursing home just yet, but from my experience this is where we'd go.

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Luckily we don't need to put anyone in a nursing home just yet, but from my experience this is where we'd go.

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My 67 yr old mom got really sick at the beginning of 2010, with early onset dementia and renal failure, possibly as a result of adult onset diabetes. We tried a number of therapeutic environments before settling in on Clove Lakes last

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My 67 yr old mom got really sick at the beginning of 2010, with early onset dementia and renal failure, possibly as a result of adult onset diabetes. We tried a number of therapeutic environments before settling in on Clove Lakes last

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As hard as it was I needed to realize my grandmother just was not able to live in the community any more. Although she resided with a family member and home care was available it just was not working out. She was admitted to Clove Lakes

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As hard as it was I needed to realize my grandmother just was not able to live in the community any more. Although she resided with a family member and home care was available it just was not working out. She was admitted to Clove Lakes

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My father went to Clove Lake Rehab to recover from a mini stroke. He didn't feel like eating too much so they gave him IV so he would dehydrate. They never checked on the IV line and it was infected. I noticed he was breathing very heavy, they said it was a bad recation from a sleeping aid and pain killer. I asked for an ambulance - when the med came to get him they showed us that his arm was swollen red and infecting look and terribly painful to my dad when moved. We never seen his arm it he was wearing a sweater and never tried to move his arm. We found out the infection in his arm went into his blood since no one noticed his arm was infected. A week after admitting my dad to ER that day he passed away. They should all burn in HELL those in-human bastards.

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My father went to Clove Lake Rehab to recover from a mini stroke. He didn't feel like eating too much so they gave him IV so he would dehydrate. They never checked on the IV line and it was infected. I noticed he was breathing very heavy, they said it was a bad recation from a sleeping aid and pain killer. I asked for an ambulance - when the med came to get him they showed us that his arm was swollen red and infecting look and terribly painful to my dad when moved. We never seen his arm it he was wearing a sweater and never tried to move his arm. We found out the infection in his arm went into his blood since no one noticed his arm was infected. A week after admitting my dad to ER that day he passed away. They should all burn in HELL those in-human bastards.

Pros: Nothing

Cons: They killed my father with the MRSA Staph Infection

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I put my mom in Clove Lake because she could no longer take care of her needs. The mice run rampant and I decided to take my mom home with me to live....one week went by and she wound up in Intensive care for five days because they let three bleeding ulcers escape the watchful eye of all concerned...I was so glad I took her home or else they would have called me to report her death!!!!!!!! when I asked to return her all of a sudden there were no beds available. Things happen for a reason...it was'nt meant to be and neither should this place they call REHAB. She never got the care she needed...I gave her showers and brought her food after working eight hours on my job at the hospital where she was admitted to. Steer clear ...they pass the buck here and no one is responsible for anything. All they care about is the money.Since she left before a new month began they tell me her social security check is in the mail....can you imagine ? what a line and I believed them....CROOKS!!!!!!!!

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I put my mom in Clove Lake because she could no longer take care of her needs. The mice run rampant and I decided to take my mom home with me to live....one week went by and she wound up in Intensive care for five days because they let three bleeding ulcers escape the watchful eye of all concerned...I was so glad I took her home or else they would have called me to report her death!!!!!!!! when I asked to return her all of a sudden there were no beds available. Things happen for a reason...it was'nt meant to be and neither should this place they call REHAB. She never got the care she needed...I gave her showers and brought her food after working eight hours on my job at the hospital where she was admitted to. Steer clear ...they pass the buck here and no one is responsible for anything. All they care about is the money.Since she left before a new month began they tell me her social security check is in the mail....can you imagine ? what a line and I believed them....CROOKS!!!!!!!!

Pros: Close to home

Cons: Mice/ passing the buck/no parking

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My dad was admitted to the Clove Lake health care facility in Staten Island, N.Y. He was a dialysis patient. His diaper was never changed and mouth care was horrible. Every time visiting him the room smelled and I had to get an aide to change him. There were a few who cared and was kind to my dad, but the majority did not. On March 1st my dad went down for his dialysis, our family was there when they took him down. To our knowledge he was on dialysis and would return at 7:00 PM. After dialysis he was exhausted so we decided not to visit that evening, what a mistake that was! The next day he looked terrible, I spoke to the nurse on his floor and was told he went on dialysis for a short time, bp was 80/50 and oxygen level was very low so they took him off. I then asked why we were not contacted and she responded dialysis did not call? I responded no. She said they should've because it's their responsibilty to call. I told the nurse to call and ambulance I wanted my dad out of there she said we need to speak to the supervisor and I said ok, then speak to her and call. When I spoke to the supervisor she stated your dad is failing, I said that's more of a reason you should've called a member of our family and let us know what was going on. My dad was transferred to the hospital and passed away 3 days later. They inform us of everything. On March 8th I called the dialysis room and spoke to the case mgr. she told me my dad was never put on the machine due to low BP and oxygen level and was sent back to his room, it's the nurses on his floor to contact the family members. I do believe her cause they did call several times when there was a problem before. When he was transferred from his wheel chair to the bed the aide turned around and my dad fell, bruised his arm. I feel that if people can't do a job in a caring way they need to look for another occupation. This is no way to treat human beings. R.I.P Daddy WE LOVE & MISS YOU!

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My dad was admitted to the Clove Lake health care facility in Staten Island, N.Y. He was a dialysis patient. His diaper was never changed and mouth care was horrible. Every time visiting him the room smelled and I had to get an aide to change him. There were a few who cared and was kind to my dad, but the majority did not. On March 1st my dad went down for his dialysis, our family was there when they took him down. To our knowledge he was on dialysis and would return at 7:00 PM. After dialysis he was exhausted so we decided not to visit that evening, what a mistake that was! The next day he looked terrible, I spoke to the nurse on his floor and was told he went on dialysis for a short time, bp was 80/50 and oxygen level was very low so they took him off. I then asked why we were not contacted and she responded dialysis did not call? I responded no. She said they should've because it's their responsibilty to call. I told the nurse to call and ambulance I wanted my dad out of there she said we need to speak to the supervisor and I said ok, then speak to her and call. When I spoke to the supervisor she stated your dad is failing, I said that's more of a reason you should've called a member of our family and let us know what was going on. My dad was transferred to the hospital and passed away 3 days later. They inform us of everything. On March 8th I called the dialysis room and spoke to the case mgr. she told me my dad was never put on the machine due to low BP and oxygen level and was sent back to his room, it's the nurses on his floor to contact the family members. I do believe her cause they did call several times when there was a problem before. When he was transferred from his wheel chair to the bed the aide turned around and my dad fell, bruised his arm. I feel that if people can't do a job in a caring way they need to look for another occupation. This is no way to treat human beings. R.I.P Daddy WE LOVE & MISS YOU!

Pros: none

Cons: everything was terrible!

 

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