Our Lady of Hope Residence--Little Sisters of the Poor

Our Lady of Hope Residence--Little Sisters of the Poor
Our Lady of Hope Residence--Little Sisters of the Poor 1 Jeanne Jugan Ln
Latham, NY 12110

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About Our Lady of Hope Residence--Little Sisters of the Poor

Our Lady of Hope Residence--Little Sisters of the Poor is a Nursing Home facility at 1 Jeanne Jugan Ln in Latham, NY.
Primary Specialty

Nursing Home

Practice Our Lady of Hope Residence--Little Sisters of the Poor
Services Our Lady of Hope Residence--Little Sisters of the Poor provides extended-stay nursing care to seniors with varying levels of disabilities in Latham, NY.

Please call Our Lady of Hope Residence--Little Sisters of the Poor at (518) 785-4551 for more information or to schedule an on-site visit.
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Recent Reviews
Not only do my appointments never get canceled last minute, they take time out of their day to send me a reminder so I don't forget. They are extremely reliable. They are an absolute expert in the field. I would never feel unsafe or apprehensive in their care. They offer the best pricing I've ever seen. I couldn't believe how little I ended up having to pay. I love that they are always more than happy to answer my questions, and actually welcome questions. I've felt awkward at some other places I've visited when I've tried to ask a lot of questions, but not here. They went out of their way to make me feel special and respected, and were very sympathetic to my situation. I've never seen more kindness and empathy anywhere else.
by Respected
XXX.XXX.108.113
I feel like they go out of their way to make people who are not wealthy, unwelcome. The front desk workers are abusive at times and are anyway but pleasant at times. I have a close friend who had to live in one of the Little Sisters of the Poor facilities, and the sisters Were responsible for this gentle man's death, with their narrow minded regimen of giving many drugs to a priest who had a bleeding ulcer. He was one of the most dearest, most genuine, caring clergy And to see his life end by incompetence, was a nightmare. To see him die at the hands of incompetent nuns, is a memory I can never forget. I prefer a facility with qualified staff, rather than those who seem only qualified to manipulate power and control in a negative, guilt-oriented environment with unmarried women who do not have the proper skills necessary for the medical profession.
by Timmariah
XXX.XXX.12.19
Did the staff make you feel uncomfortable when you called with questions or concerns?
Not at all! They were happy to address every concern I had
by Anonymous
XXX.XXX.125.41