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104 South Turnpike Road
Wallingford, CT 06492
Wallingford, CT 06492
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Reviews for Masonicare Home Health and Hospice, Inc.
Elizabeth Sullo — Mother choose Masonicare based on hearing the name. Mom was hospitalized with end of life breast, brain and lung cancer. Yes it was hard for her to understand this was happening because 3 months prior she was fighting the disease. Once in care of Masonicare, our hell as a family began. Instead of us enjoying moms last days on this earth we were terrorized daily by trying to move her out of the hospital and into a nursing home. The social worker called to see how the process was going. I will tell you how the process is going my mother is in her last days and I want to spend time with her. They tried to get her to swallow pills after she was on “buttons” and she ended up almost choking to death on those pills. The social worker would wait for my brother and I to show up at the hospital and then question us about how we were looking for another place. There was no compassion given to us as a family. The hospital mom was admitted to (not affiliated with Masonicare) were the ones that made sure mom was comfortable, that the family was doing ok, and they were supportive. Not Masonicare. We had to battle every step of the way to get mom comfort. Her last week on earth they were still insisting on moving her, then they finally realized this was her last days, and they made her comfortable. After mom passed I was not contacted by hospice to see how I was doing. Thankfully my degree is in psychology so I have a network of support. I would not recommended Masonicare hospice to anyone.
Reviewed on Google on Jan. 17, 2020, 8:54 a.m.
Marci Martindale — Wouldn’t recommend for hospice care when the patient is in their final days and hours unless you want to be left with a bag of meds and a 24 hour phone number where the woman on call won’t transfer you to your nurse and hangs up on you. We have had lovely interaction with weekly check ins, up until the past three days. We didn’t sign up to be abandoned during the hardest time of our life.
Reviewed on Google on Sept. 23, 2018, 9:25 p.m.
Bobbi Oconnor — Try to find a different home care provider before hiring Masonic Care! After my doctor placed an order for home care & physical therapy it took 9 days for a phone call from Masonic Care. It then took 3 more days before an intake nurse to arrive and then another 3 days for a nurse to evaluate my needs. So 15 days later luckily I was doing much better & no longer needed services. My family provided the care I needed. Then to top it off they kept trying to send me nurses for another 2 weeks. They can’t get their act together! My advice is look elsewhere.
Reviewed on Google on Oct. 26, 2017, 4:37 p.m.
Reviewed on Google on June 3, 2017, 1:36 p.m.
Nancy Andrews —
Reviewed on Google on Sept. 20, 2016, 6:16 a.m.