Meadowbrook Care Center - Cincinnati, OH

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  • Activities Onsite
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Meals Provided
  • Podiatrist Available
  • Physical Therapy Available
  • Occupational Therapy Available
  • Speech Therapy Available
  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Activities Offsite
  • Outdoor Common Areas
  • Beauty & Barber Services
  • Pets Allowed
  • No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
  • No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
  • Wheelchair Accessible Showers
  • Hospice Available
  • Respite Available
  • Male Residents Accepted
  • Female Residents Only
  • Doctor on Call
  • Nurse on Call
  • Dentist Available

Customer Reviews

Home, Sweet, Home

My mother lived at Meadowbrook for a short time before her death. Our family had a wonderful experience during her stay. The layout and main room of the building where the residents eat is open, airy and bright. The employees go above and beyond to give residents personal care and everyone from the maintenance crew to the kitchen staff help out when patients need assistance. If you are looking for a small, homey place where people are kind and caring you will love it at Meadowbrook.

Be careful

no activities - they have them posted- but do not actually do them. I guess it makes them look like they care when in reality it's a horrible facility. Do not even try to get patients to eat. They sit the plate in front of them, which some cannot pick up a spoon, walk away. Hour later if you didn't eat , plate gets taken away. No stimulus for patients just sit and stare

Angels of Meadowbrook

My mother suffered from Alzheimer's. It was a heart-wrenching and difficult decision to place her into a care facility. But for her safety we chose to do so and Meadowbrook made that possible. We visited many nursing homes where during the middle of the day all the patients were drugged up sleeping and incapacitated I guess that makes them easy to care for. Not at Meadowbrook this place was full of life. Unfortunately due to our terrible system in the way that the America treats the hourly my mother for the first time in 80 years had actually go on Medicaid so she could be put into a nursing home. I was very concerned that the patients on Medicaid would be treated differently. Not the case here if you have a million dollars or your normal person that's worked your whole life they treat you the same. When she began to actively die on sister that she would not be alone so they actually moved her into another room with the second bed so my father could be by her bedside at all times. At no extra charge they fed him all three meals a day and let him stay there for the three last days of her life. Because of Meadowbrook my mother was able to cross over holding the hand of her soulmate. If that's not enough for you to make the decision to place a loved one into Meadowbrook I don't know what else you would need. To the staff there my mother was [Removed] not patient number 47.

We toured - my brother and I thought ...

We toured - my brother and I thought it was ok. My daughter didn't like. Still a possibility.

Clean, friendly staff, low turnover r...

Clean, friendly staff, low turnover rate. Hospital type rooms, bathing assistance-shower room 1 at a time, 2-3 times per week. Doctors, podiatrist come into facility. 1 level. Mom seems between assisted living and dementia wing. 2nd visit to take pictures. Saw higher functioning clients out in lobby playing cards, reading paper/ magazines. Have medicaid program. Head of nursing said several in assisted have dentia, not severe enough to move them to dementia unit. Meds are delivered to client includes client picture id to make sure right meds go to right client. The Director said Mom could go in private pay then to medicaid until house sold then go back to private pay until spend down is complete then back to medicaid.

This facility was just okay....no ope...

This facility was just okay....no open beds

This appointment went very well, info...

This appointment went very well, informative, the administrator educated me in alot of areas,i love the this place.

Very nice facility. Very stable staff...

Very nice facility. Very stable staff, low turnover.

Very nice. Staff was helpful and show...

Very nice. Staff was helpful and showed us around even thought a Christmas Art fesitval was in progress. Mother would do well here.

From the Community

Founded in 1978, Meadowbrook Care Center is a 156-bed facility located in Northeast Cincinnati, in close proximity to all local hospitals. Through the years, Meadowbrook Care Center has continued to grow and evolve to meet community needs, and today offers a full continuum of care, from temporary respite stays, to short-term rehabilitation, to long-term skilled nursing care, as well as a broad array of specialty programs and services. Both of Meadowbrook Care Center's short-term rehabilitation and long-term care programs are designed to accommodate residents who may be suffering the effects of a chronic condition, injury, disease or recent surgery. In addition to its standard short and long-term programs, the facility offers specialized wound, respite, hospice and Alzheimer's and dementia care programs.