Glasgow Health and Rehabilitation Center

Glasgow Health and Rehabilitation Center

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Our center provides a variety of personalized care services to help make your stay as comfortable as possible. Call us or schedule a virtual tour to discuss what else we can do to meet your healthcare needs.

Language Assistance Services are available to individuals with limited English proficiency, upon request.

It is our goal to keep our residents, families and community informed regarding how we are doing during the Coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic and about the steps we are taking to keep our residents and staff safe from the spread of the virus.

4.2/5
4.2 /5
224 Reviews

Our patients, residents and their families regularly tell us how we're doing in our annual and discharge surveys. Their survey scores are combined to generate the average customer service rating you see here. Survey results are also used in our center's quality improvement meetings to help us improve care and better meet and exceed our customers' expectations.

Here is what some of our customers are also saying on social media. To learn more, request a tour or contact our center today.

4.9/5
4.9 /5
14 Reviews

Google
4.0/5
Jan 28, 2021
Google Glasgow Health and Rehabilitation Center
My Dad went to Glasgow after He lost ability to walk and with dementia and other health complications we could not care for him at home. Was such a relief how he was taken care of. He was cared for so very well, especially during most difficult time of COVID and quarantine. I will never forget how well the Staff cared and loved Him, just like Family. Really made very difficult time for all a lot more bearable. Thank You Kathryn for always being so helpful with everything. Forever Grateful and Thankful For You All
Google
5.0/5
Dec 16, 2019
Google Glasgow Health and Rehabilitation Center
My 83 year-old dad, was falling at home and went to this facility for 24/7 care, support and rehab for a 30 day stay. He received wonderful care!! All of the staff have been great to him and our family during visits. I am a nurse, so I look for things and pay attention to activities that not everyone might think of. I was pleasantly surprised. I watched the staff engage with the residents and they treated them like they would their own family. The entire center is decorated for Christmas - even the resident's room doors have candy cane wreaths. If I asked for an extra blanket for dad or chairs for more family visiting, they went and got it for us. It is an older building, but clean which is the most important thing. They have activities for the residents and some which include the family. I highly recommend Glasgow Health and Rehab and know if my dad needs help again in the future, this is our first choice!
Google
5.0/5
Nov 25, 2019
Google Glasgow Health and Rehabilitation Center
I have made several referrals for patients and have been in the building multiple times. The staff is always friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. The building is well maintained and the residents always greet me and look well cared for. The referrals I have placed have all been pleased with their care and treatment.
Google
5.0/5
Nov 21, 2019
Google Glasgow Health and Rehabilitation Center
Dad's been there for a little more than a year. The staff has always been attentive, I just wish they had more CNA's My dad is in the Alzheimer's unit. The nursing staff always calls me promptly regarding anything. and I mean anything. That's a good thing.
Google
5.0/5
Oct 4, 2019
Google Glasgow Health and Rehabilitation Center
My husband had spent 3 weeks in St. Mary’s with congestive heart failure. He has advanced Dementia.This facility Glasgow Health and Rehabilitation offered a Dementia ward making it good fit. My prayer was that my husband could build up strength prior to coming home. Before going to the hospital and Glasgow Larry was getting on the floor at home and I had no help to get him up. I had to call family members or the paramedics.. I knew if my plan did not work I was looking to place him in a permanent facility. I did not want that. He was at Glasgow for almost a month. They treated him with great dignity and caring. His therapist never gave up on him. I was so scared to take him home. On the second day home I came in from the laundry room and he was on the floor but I tuned him around facing the sofa gave him a pillow and asked if he needed my help. He said no I can do it and successfully pulled himself up. The relief flowed through my body and I realized I might have a chance to keep him home. I put him in the shower and he accidentally tipped the stool backward. Again he convinced me he could get up and he did. I have nurses and therapists from St.Mary’sHome Health that continue to come in and check his physical condition and work on building his strength. It looks like I might be able to keep him home. We have been married 36 years and he belongs with me and his family. At Glasgow there were so many people I would like to name but I can’t remember everyone. Consider it every person who works there. Katherine the director did everything possible to help me achieve our goals. Dustin, in therapy, worked to get Larry as strong as he could.Morgan in activities got good bio information on the patients making them human. The nurses and aides were wonderful to Larry. I could not have asked for better.thank you from the bottom of my heart. Annette Davis

Glasgow