Marshwood Nursing Care Center

Marshwood Nursing Care Center
Marshwood Nursing Care Center 33 Roger St
Lewiston, ME 04240

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About Marshwood Nursing Care Center

Marshwood Nursing Care Center is a Nursing Home facility at 33 Roger St in Lewiston, ME.
Primary Specialty

Nursing Home

Practice Marshwood Nursing Care Center
Services Marshwood Nursing Care Center provides extended-stay nursing care to seniors with varying levels of disabilities in Lewiston, ME.

Please call Marshwood Nursing Care Center at (207) 784-0108 for more information or to schedule an on-site visit.
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Recent Reviews
there is a crying mother who lives there because she is not allowed to see her grown children because the grown child who has rectal cancer and has diarrhea and bleeding, took 2 rolls of toilet paper from the mother's bathroom. instead of charging the mother's room or giving the woman a warning, she is not allowed to see her mother or even visit her in the lobby and it's been 6 months! the mother cries for not having to see her child and the woman can't see her mother while she goes through chemo.
this isn't right.
by jackie
my wife was addmitted for rehab for heart attack and copd. she was on a bipap at night to keep her c02 level down. we got to marshwood on a thursday. they didn,t have a mask for her to used the b-pap machine. blamed the hospital for not sending one. so she went thurs and fri night without. finnaly got one sat late, she got very weak and was full of co2. sent her back to the hospital her co2 was 80 normal is 30.just before she left for the hospital a manager came in the room and told my wife she has to wear the bipap even if she takes a nap. well the machine was 5 feet away from her bed and she was bed ridden. so she couldn.t reach somebody would have to put it on her. they also increased her morphine from hospital 2.5 to 5 without asking to do so with my wife. after those 2and a half days off the b-ipap she never recovered and died shortly after
by j.hill
The building appearance is very nice and the staff I met with the food seemed very nice (at least to me, the visitor of my family member staying there). Some of the people seem very professional and deserving of credit. It is the others I am concerned about. Medicines are not always given as they should be. I have seen some left at the window and some being thrown in the trash. Is this normal?? Also leaving a resident suffering for an hour to 4 hours and not coming to help them is NOT appropriate. When you leave urine and feces on an elderly persons skin it breaks the skin down. Taking their diaper off and not washing them is also unhealthy. These are things we have seen personally and had to stop. I am not impressed with this place and, if you don't plan on being with your family member daily and frequently through-out the day, I highly recommend you avoid this place. Unless they can be more professional in how they take care of the residents, it is not a healthy place to be. SO sad because it seems so nice :( I just want someone to be aware because so far we are getting no where when asking for help. Please take care of your family members. I am not here to bash but here to make you aware.
by Miss Caring