LYNGBLOMSTEN CARE CENTER - Saint Paul, MN has yet not published prices.

  • Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
  • Activities Onsite
  • Devotional Services Available
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Meals Provided

Customer Reviews

Friend of a loved one

The people who work there seem to care for the patients but the staff is too limited . The food is sub par. There are no private spaces for families to get together. Many good individuals working there but I the over all atmosphere is not good for the residents.

Don’t Trust Your Loved One to Their Care

We placed the father of my children in hospice care at the recommendation of Region’s Hospital. We were told they were highly rated and well regarded. They did not provide adequate care. [Name removed] was left for hours and hours in what appeared to be excruciating pain with no particular concern or action taken by the staff ‘caring’ for him. They failed miserably in their care of him. In a meeting with family members following [name removed]s death, management (perhaps quivering in their boots over a possible lawsuit) said all the expected words. They were so terribly sorry; there was an ‘unfortunate’ break down in communication within the system that they will try to address, yada, yada. [Name removed] died under inexcusable circumstances and there is no do-over. He deserved much better.

Not enough staff

I was very disappointed with the patient to staff ratio. I think they’re nice and competent people, but there’s just not enough staff to adequately take care of all the residents It’s something like one to twenty.

From the Community

The Lyngblomsten campus is nestled in the quaint, residential Como Park neighborhood of St. Paul. Although the original “Lyngblomsten Home for the Aged” building that was constructed in 1912 is gone, we have continued to call this location “home” for more than a century. Our campus offers several options for older adults who are no longer able or no longer desire to live by themselves in their homes. Our continuum of care services allows a person to live independently in our senior housing, to add assisted living services as needed, and to utilize skilled nursing care for short-term rehabilitative care or for long-term general care or memory care.