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Holy Redeemer Hospice
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160 E Ninth Avenue, Suite B, Po Box 250
Runnemede, NJ 08078
Runnemede, NJ 08078
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Reviews for Holy Redeemer Hospice
Jamie Jackson — The hospice staff was amazing to my father! I have never seen such quick quality of care throughout the years he was sick from the inpatient hospital and rehab staff. As soon as he arrived home they came out right away. On days he was not doing so well they would come out the next day as an add on day... Read more without giving me any trouble. They always answered their 1-800 phone number no matter what time it was. Staff loved what they do and put full effort into being the best of the best! Anytime they came out they asked did I need any more supplies and the next day it was delivered via fed-ex. Understandably this was a tragic time for our family during the holiday season however the nurses, home health aid, chaplain and social worker tried to make my father feel loved and did the best they could to make him comfortable! Read less
Reviewed on Google on Dec. 19, 2022, 3:13 p.m.
mary michaud — My father is under hospice care and is being taken care of by Redeemer health. All of the staff has been excellent in taking care of my dad. I would recommend this agency to anyone needs home health care. My father receives great care with respect and dignity.
Reviewed on Google on Oct. 17, 2022, 6:06 a.m.
Cheryl Rosen — My experience with this company was not a good one. They were sent to me for physical therapy after a horrific accident I was involved in. The physical therapist did nothing for me sat at my kitchen table and chatted about pictures in my kitchen. I called the company to cancel the physical therapy and... Read more I was told that she had to come out another time so I can sign release papers. I told them that I did not want her to come out that they should email them to me or put them in the mail and I will sign and return them. They insisted that that was the only way that she needed to come back to my house to have me sign and I explained to them that I was not going to pay for that visit. They said they understood but charged me $250 regardless. $175 of that was my responsibility as all the other visits that she made to my home. Knowing that it was an accident related injury and we were in the middle of a legal battle they still put me in collection. My attorneys said they’ve never seen anything like it. Please do not use this company. Read less
Reviewed on Google on Sept. 6, 2022, 7:41 a.m.
Mary Ann Sullivan — It took a couple phone calls to get someone to come out to do the intake, even though my husband was referred before he was even discharged from the hospital following open heart surgery. They said they were short staffed, so they sent a substitute, not the nurse that was going to be ours. Then when... Read more he had a problem late in the evening, we could not get through on the phones. The next day they denied there were any phone problems but said perhaps the storm caused the problem. Then the nurse and the PT didn't show up for separate scheduled appointments. When I called the office I was told each time that they weren't working that day (even though they made the appointment while they were in our home)and that a supervisor would call me back, which they never did. The only reason I gave any stars at all is that those who came to our home were actually very nice. And they seemed competent. We ended our services early since there didn't seem to be any reason to continue If people were not going to show for their appointments. And thank God my husband was doing very well. Perhaps that's why we didn't get the attention we expected. Read less
Reviewed on Google on March 7, 2021, 1:27 p.m.
Kerry Johnson — My father's cardiologist recommended he go on hospice because he is in end stages of heart failure and my mom can no longer give him the care he needs. The admissions nurse met with my family and said she was sure he would qualify. My dad's cardiologist suggested this 9 months ago but we were... Read more not ready to take this step. Finally all of my siblings were on board because we feel that my mom is no longer capable of being my dad's primary care taker. My dad is 82, bed ridden. He also has dementia. I am appalled by our experience and the lack of compassion from this woman. She met with my dad and then told us that he no longer qualifies even though his cardiologist documented that his heart is getting worse. Her explanation was that my dad expressed that he wanted to live. This is absolutely disgusting!! I thought hospice had changed for the better over the years. Intinally, We were told that we still had rights and complete control over his care when really she is just looking for a patient who is ready to die. Just because someone is terminal it does not necessarily mean they want to die. I hope anyone reading this will reconsider this company. Shame on them! Read less
Reviewed on Google on March 12, 2019, 10:56 a.m.