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5 Eves Drive, Suite 300
Marlton, NJ 08053
Marlton, NJ 08053
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Reviews for Samaritan Healthcare and Hospice
Pamela Walker — I'm very upset and disappointed with samaritan hospice. They never policed or investigated on how things happened and why? My daughter wasn't getting her meds and that was never addressed. Lastly my daughter passed 12:30am July 28 and no one from samaritan has reach out to me yet to offer their condolences or even to see if we need counseling.
Reviewed on Google on Aug. 2, 2020, 12:58 p.m.
Bernie Davis — My father revived in home care from Samaritan. From the home health aid to the assigned nurse to the dispatchers on the phone, everyone provided the most attentive and thoughtful care. It made the most difficult experience of my life more manageable. I will never forget their care.
Reviewed on Google on March 11, 2020, 4:38 a.m.
Karo Keefe — Samaritan assisted my family with my 98 year-old mother's passing, and we are so grateful for their help. The hospital bed and all supplies were delivered in a timely fashion. All of the staff were compassionate and professional, and were happy to answer all of our questions, which couldn't have been easy, since there were three of us sitting with my mother at various times. They were excellent at adjusting the timing and dosages of medications to keep my mother comfortable and our schedules less hectic. We had to request an unscheduled visit on very short notice, on a weekend, and they came through for us like heroes! My sister had witnessed Samaritan's wonderful home hospice care three times before, with her friends and their elderly parents, and she was so impressed that we had decided to use their services if/when necessary for our mother. I'm really glad we did.
Reviewed on Google on Feb. 25, 2019, 10:17 a.m.
Lauren Hurtt — My grandmother was recently at Virtua Mt. Holly Hospital following a fractured hip. During her stay, she started to decline due to lung issues and my family made the tough decision to move her to the Samaritan Healthcare and Hospice Center at the hospital. From the moment I walked through those doors, I felt a sense of calm and comfort. The atmosphere and, more importantly, the staff put you at ease during one of the most difficult times a family can endure - being faced with the imminent passing of a loved one. All patients have a large, private room and compassionate nurses to care for them 24/7. My grandmother passed just two days after we moved her to Samaritan. During those two days, she was made comfortable, re-positioned frequently, checked in on, and treated with care and respect. My family was able to use the kitchen and sitting areas, speak with staff to have all of our questions and concerns addressed, and grieve when needed. We didn't know what to expect when she was transferred there, but I now know that I wouldn't have wanted her to be anywhere else during her transition from this life. Thank you, Samaritan.
Reviewed on Google on Sept. 19, 2018, 8:57 a.m.
DEBORAH BERI — I AM WRITING THIS NEGATIVE REVIEW ON BEHALF OF MY SISTER WHO PASSED AWAY ON APRIL 7, 2018 AT 6:44 A.M. SAMARITAN HOSPICE USED TO BE GOOD THEY CARED FOR MY MOTHER 14 YEARS AGO SO WHEN WE WERE TOLD MY SISTER WOULD NEED HOSPICE CARE THERE WAS NO QUESTION AS TO WHO WE WOULD WANT TO CARE FOR HER...WE SHOULD HAVE READ THE REVIEWS AND YOU SHOULD ALSO. SHE WAS SENT HOME THE FRIDAY BEFORE EASTER IT WAS AN UNORGANIZED MESS FROM THE START NO ONE SEEMED TO KNOW WHAT WAS GOING ON...WE HAD AN ADMITTING NURSE COME TO GET SOME GENERAL INFORMATION BUT WE WERE TOLD BECAUSE IT WAS A HOLIDAY WEEKEND WE PROBABLY WOULD NOT SEE HER REGULAR NURSE UNTIL MONDAY OR TUESDAY OF THE NEXT WEEK..THEY COULD NOT GIVE US A SCHEDULE FOR WHEN WE WOULD BE GETTING HELP WITH THE BATHING BECAUSE IT WAS A HOLIDAY WEEKEND. WE COULD NOT GET ANY SUPPLIES INCLUDING DIAPERS WHICH WE NEED DESPERATELY BECAUSE IT WAS A HOLIDAY WEEKEND. THE HOSPITAL GAVE US A FEW DIAPERS WHEN SHE WAS DISCHARGED THAT WERE WAY TOO SMALL WE HAD TO USE TAPE TO KEEP THEM CLOSED. WHEN EVER WE MADE A CALL INTO THE SERVICE IT TOOK FOREVER FOR THEM TO GIVE US A CALL BACK...THEN THEY TOOK OUR INFORMATION AND TOOK AT LEAST 20 TO 30 MINUTES MORE FOR SOMEONE TO CALL US BACK. WE DID HAVE AN AIDE SHOW UP ON THE MONDAY AFTER EASTER TO HELP WITH BATHING...WE THOUGHT SHE WOULD BE BRINGING SUPPLIES WITH HER...SHE DID NOT AND SHE SAID SHE CAN'T BELIEVE THAT SUPPLIES WERE NOT DELIVERED YET...A DIFFERENT AIDE SHOWED UP THE NEXT DAY TUESDAY...AND STILL NO ONE CALLING US REGARDING THE SCHEDULE THE ONLY WAY WE KNEW SOMEONE WAS COMING IS WHEN THEY SHOWED UP. SO SHE ARRIVES ON TUESDAY WITH NO SUPPLIES STILL USING THE SMALL DIAPERS WITH TAPE . AS I SAID BEFORE SHE PASSED AWAY ON JUNE 7 THE ON CALL PERSON WAS AWARE WHAT WAS GOING ON THE THAT MORNING ...WE GOT NO SUPPORT NO ONE SHOWING UP FOR HELP OR SUPPORT. IT WAS UP TO US HER FAMILY TO ADMINISTER HER MEDICATIONS UNTIL SHE PASSED....YES SOMEONE SHOWED UP ABOUT 45 MINUTES TO AN HOUR AFTER SHE PASSED SHE GOT OUT HER STETHOSCOPE AND SAID YES SHE HAS PASSED BUT SHE KNEW THAT BECAUSE OF THE CALL WE HAD PUT IN 45 MINUTES EARLIER. IT WAS NOT A GOOD EXPERIENCE...NO SUPPORT AT ALL....THEY KEPT TELLING US THAT THEY OFFER ANYONE IN THE FAMILY COUNSELING...BUT IF THEY COULD NOT BE THERE FOR US AND MY SISTER WHEN WE REALLY NEEDED THEM...WHY WOULD I CALL THEM AFTER THE FACT....MY SISTER WAS A LOVING AND CARING WOMAN WHO CARED FOR HER SICK SON FOR 14 YEARS UNTIL HE PASSED...SHE DID NOT DESERVE THIS TYPE OF SERVICE....SHE DESERVED A LOT MORE......OH BY THE WAY WE WENT 6 DAYS WITH OUT SUPPLIES ..BUT THEY KEPT SENDING THEM TO THE HOUSE AFTER SHE PASSED....THEY WERE CONTACTED TO STOP DELIVERY BUT THEY CONTINUED TO SEND THEM THEY WERE NOW PILING UP AT THE HOUSE...THEY WOULD NOT PICK THEM BACK UP THEY SAID IT WAS OUR RESPONSIBILITY TO DONATE THEM IF WE WANTED TO. TO ANYONE USING THIS COMPANY FOR THEIR LOVED ONES I HOPE THEY DON'T PASS AWAY AROUND ANY HOLIDAY AS THAT SEEMS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE ON WHAT KIND OF CARE YOUR LOVED ONE WILL GET....
Reviewed on Google on July 25, 2018, 1:06 p.m.