iknow

Syracuse, NY

#1 Jan 3, 2010
Speaking of bad nursing homes... THE PINES IS THE WORST... They dont care about there residents or the people who care for them.. Alot of great RN and LPN have left due to there new policy's.. They should be closed down
i know two

Auburn, NY

#2 Jan 3, 2010
They fire cnas left and right. They dont care about anyone always short staffed, how can a nursing home put one aid to care for 6-10 residents during a shift? How do they exspect the residents to get quality care when they do this? They need a big eye opener.
Mei

Auburn, NY

#3 Jan 3, 2010
i know two wrote:
They fire cnas left and right. They dont care about anyone always short staffed, how can a nursing home put one aid to care for 6-10 residents during a shift? How do they exspect the residents to get quality care when they do this? They need a big eye opener.
Call the State Health Dept. and tell them - they will close them down if the residents are not getting the proper care.

Nursing Homes have rigid rules and regulations that they have to follow.
paper

Rome, NY

#4 Jan 3, 2010
you should write a letter to the administrator.
you should detail dates times etc in order for it to be looked into. if all you do is complain but not go through the right channels how do you expect anything to change? and if you have a relative there, change nursing homes if you are not happy
jim

Syracuse, NY

#5 Jan 3, 2010
Hey what happened to that nurse from the second floor.. My mom was there and loved her, I LOVED TO WATCH HER.. SHE WAS HOT... ANYONE KNOW HER INFO.. Think her name was mis.....
tony

Syracuse, NY

#6 Jan 5, 2010
her name was melissa... she's hot your right about that.. She is a great nurse I know her.. She is now working at a different nursing home, due to the pines treating her like sh@t
an employee

Auburn, NY

#7 Jan 5, 2010
its true. i've seen residents blatantly ignored for hours on end. most of the employees there don't care. and the ones that do are getting fired. just last month they got rid of one person for going out on maternity leave, and one because she was 2 months away from retiring. get the residents out and shut the place down!
I do care

AOL

#8 Jan 6, 2010
I do care. I genuinely care about all of the residents in this building. I also care about all of my co workers, from the bottom, all the way to the top of the totum pole; because everyone of us are vital.
I know that when I work, I do my very best to make sure that the residents get good quality care, are comfortable and happy, are treated with dignity and respect, are clean, dressed according to the weather, shaved, tripped, fed, well hydrated, and kept active physically as well as mentally.
I know that we do have somewhere between 8, 10, and at times, 13 residents to care for during a work shift. It is an over whelming load to tackle. It is very hard to care for them in a timely fashion but, I do try to do my job to the best of my ability. Because, I do care.
NDCutie69

Rome, NY

#9 Jan 6, 2010
Has anybody seen that new stud maintenance man ? Ya know the one with the long flowing hair and handsome beard. If anybody has any info about him let me know.
Nestud20

Rome, NY

#10 Jan 6, 2010
Hey John hughes here. I know the guy your refering to. We went to high school with him. That is if your nd stands for notre dame. His beard looks as if zuse himself shaped it. His hair is more glorious than the time Dave Sallie tworked off my dads man stick at the 2002 procter football home coming dance. This young man were talking about has a large pennis and is going places. Sharply dressed I love it when he wears v kneck sweaters with his chest hair pertruding through the top , and sometimes...... A bowtie. He will make you feel more alive than you could ever emagine. He loves when the old men rub the woman name Betsy. Holler at your boy JT. Hughes records comin in for the 2010 basket ball season sippin on the finest mo' And only the best dom p. So open up wide. It's goin slide in.
Curious

Syracuse, NY

#12 Jan 6, 2010
The Pines was once called Eden Park Nursing Home. I remember it to be one of the best in the city when the right people were working there. The lady administrator demanded the best care for the residents because it was their home. It is a shame that it cannot be the place it once was.
Bandits

AOL

#13 Jan 6, 2010
Curious wrote:
The Pines was once called Eden Park Nursing Home. I remember it to be one of the best in the city when the right people were working there. The lady administrator demanded the best care for the residents because it was their home. It is a shame that it cannot be the place it once was.
Yes, that lady was very caring and classy. She treated her residents and staff with dignity and the facility was immaculate. Didn't smell like pee. People were proud to work there.

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