What is Betsy Ross Nursing Home like?
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common sense

Queensbury, NY

#21 Jan 28, 2013
Oh you got me "DAN"... I think there is a big difference between adding a "d" on the end of a word then spelling the whole darn word incorrect.... The person couldn't even spell "BETSY ROSS" correct even when the topic was about Betsy Ross....Every sentence you can find a mispelling.... and thats someone you take advice from or would one consider that person to have been let go in the past...Regardless it is clear why they were let go...Have a wonderful day Danny boy....:)
Tom b

Vernon Center, NY

#22 Aug 25, 2013
The worst place you could send someone you,as I did my mother. The staff did a fairly good job, but management such as mrs. Humphrey, lied to our family on numerous occsassion. Please donot send a loved one to this nursing home
Resident

Utica, NY

#23 Aug 26, 2013
My mother was there and I have to say some staff aren't pleasant. However we had the pleasure of a few CNA's that work their butt off and care very much for the residents. Our family was treated good and respected.. This summer my mom passed and a newer employee who took a liking to our mom even payed her respect at her calling hours. I will never forget her.. She knows who she is! One problem, this aide really thinks she can change how a patient should be attended to. You continue to be the happy and caring CNA.
Do the research

Brooklyn, NY

#24 Aug 28, 2013
There's sites you can research for Nursing Home scores that helps in decisions as important as a loved one being admitted to a home. I had a loved one in Rome Nursing home on Floyd avenue She loved it there because she was waited on. The structure needs a complete renovation and maintenance requests are very slow but I found the staff nice. On the negative I did smell urine when I walked in just about every time.

I find Rome Hospitals Home the BEST. Fun activities for the residents, rooms are always clean- no smells. full gambit of useful staff ad therapies. Yes sometimes residents fall by accident but not very often and complete reports are filled out, usually because they tried to get out of a chair or bed and restraints are not allowed anymore of any kind. Nice idea with a hospital right down stairs just in case.
dawn

Woburn, MA

#25 Nov 12, 2013
i worked there and i loved the nursing home side and the lock down unit. the rehab unit was very intense. as a former worker i can tell you its not a bad place. nursing homes are all what us as staff make them. the better the staff the better the nursing facility!!!!! its how you are treated as staff that in turn reflects in work. there was great staff and there was horrible staff.....as with any place!
lori

Ardsley, NY

#26 Mar 6, 2014
Admin.is prejudiced and now need to put an equal opportunity employer plan in place.
BEANS BURRITO

Utica, NY

#28 Mar 7, 2014
old people
linda

Oswego, NY

#29 Jul 23, 2014
went to visit a dear friend who was always meticulous and a lovely lady- found the room not appealing and dirty - bathroom door open and containers w/soiled whatever & trash overflowing.Room had a bad stench about it and found rolled up dirty linen at foot of bed on floor by wall- I am sure that was part of it - Saw no nursing aides around and no one at wing desk when I entered or left - will write to the director but wonder if they will receive the letter or check into things.Unfortunately my friend only has 2 family members left and they are probably not much younger than her so just took the closest place in Rome

Since: Apr 14

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#30 Jul 23, 2014
The inmates are forced to work in an unground sweat shop.
Habanero Harv

Rome, NY

#31 Jul 23, 2014
not good
as real as can be

United States

#32 Nov 30, 2015
I worked there for a little wile The other staff there are terrible they are very difficult to get along with and a lot of them are "after hours" drug users too
dee vandresar

Rome, NY

#33 Mar 22, 2016
big bob wrote:
asking about the Betsy Ross Facility
Please choose another nursing home ,its old dull and uninviting to clients and visiters . nothing welcoming about it , two people to a very small room ,beds look like cots , hardly room for bed and night stand curtain between beds ,no privacy ,
Rob C from Rome

Syracuse, NY

#34 Mar 22, 2016
big bob wrote:
Family member may be going there, want to hear an unbiased opinion
Try the Barton Place on Floyd Ave in Rome, NY - They just opened this past October - Very nice place - Staff seems very nice - They have 24 rooms and I know 12 have been taken
Too Funny

Rome, NY

#35 Mar 22, 2016
common sense wrote:
Try spell check lately??? Look at the way you talk on here can't even spell the word "their" correctly and its called "advocate" not the other word you spelt... it sounds that you must have worked there in either housekeeping or a CNA and its people like you that hop from one nursing home to another and manage to give the nursing homes the image they are tagged with....If you go in any nursing homes in Rome the odds are you have seen ALL the staff at the other 4-5 nursing homes we have in Rome...My advice to you is to go back to school (thats right not scool or any other way you thought it was spelt)get a littled educated and maybe, just maybe you may find yourself a job that would take up all this free time you have posting on this site...
littled lmao and you are giving advice on education hahaha good god
I wouldnt

Rome, NY

#36 Mar 22, 2016
big bob wrote:
Family member may be going there, want to hear an unbiased opinion
I worked there many years back and I would never send a family member if I had that choice. I remember going in on Christmas to all of the cna's calling in. If you have toured the building then you know they have about 60 residents to a wing. I had to care for all of them and put them to bed on my own. So knowing that information that should sway you. Imagine the quality of care and the lack of care from the owners. It's just money to them and not loved ones .. Such a shame really!
Roman

Rome, NY

#37 Mar 23, 2016
I have had a couple of family members at Betsy Ross, the turn over of staff is true! They really don't treat employees like they should. I will tell you , my family member has had a couple of CNA's that were fantastic. When your family member remembers the names of the individuals, you know that they must have left a lasting impact on there care.One in general sat with my mom and cared for her and her well being. She is what I would call a nurse going above her duties. My mom has passed and one CNA in particular made her presence at the calling hours. One that I will never forget. Her name was Amanda, not sure what her last name is but I have run into her at public places and she makes a point of speaking with me being a visitor at the nursing home.Even though one person can't change a establishment, she sure did.

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