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September 24, 2022

This campus seems to be the best in the region.It is clean and well kept.The staff is courteous and friendly as well as helpful.There is an assisted living wing and a long term living facility.There is also a rehabilitation facility.Update 8/5/21:As in almost all similar facilities and hospitals, the staff is overworked and too few for advanced patient’s needs.State regulations allow a high number of patients per qualified staff member.What this means for the patient is possible long wait times for use of call button or other needs.This is not the fault of the staff, rather the fault of the health care system. The staff works extremely hard to maintain each patient appropriately. Just not enough staff during high demand times. Such as bedtime.Patients that require more attention are generally problematic, as it might take the only two staff members on call to provide the appropriate response.When choosing this location for you loved one, make sure you fully understand the facility’s ability to provide the correct care required and the facility understands the care required.If the patient is a high maintenance patient, then Bridepoint may not be the correct facility to use.You will have to decide the level of care that you demand meets the level the facility can provide.Sometimes the facility does not realize the level if care that is required and can’t provide the services required.That being said, sadly, the patient can no longer be cared for at Bridgepoint and must leave.As always, if you like this review, please like it.

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