Richard Grosso, LNHA

Richard Grosso, LNHA
Lakeview Subacute Care Center 130 Terhune Dr Wayne, NJ 07470

Richard Grosso, LNHA

Richard Grosso, LNHA practices as a Nursing Home in Wayne, NJ.Richard Grosso, LNHA graduated from William Paterson University and has been practicing since 1969.
Years In Practice 52
Primary Specialty

Nursing Home

Education William Paterson University
Affiliations St. Joseph's Medical Center Paterson, Chilton, St. Joseph's Wayne Hospital, Valley Hospital
Services Lakeview Subacute Care Center provides extended-stay nursing care to seniors with varying levels of disabilities in Wayne, NJ.

Please call Lakeview Subacute Care Center at (973) 839-4500 for more information or to schedule an on-site visit.
Consumer Feedback
(8 Reviews)
2.5 star average for Service
3.5 star average for Environment
2 star average for Staff
2.5 star average for Recommended
3 star average for Expertise
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Recent Reviews
My mother was in this facility in October of 2007 and unfortunately this is where she died. It is NOT a nice place, the staff is extremely unfriendly and uncooperative. When I checked her in, I gave them a printed list of ALL the family contact names and phone numbers, it was literally a page long as I am 1 of 8 children. When the day came that my mom was taken to the hospital, where she passed later that day, I NEVER received a phone call from Lakeview. The call I received was from the doctor at the hospital telling me the status of my mother's condition. When I turned on my cell phone before leaving for the hospital, only then did I get the messages from Lakeview. Even that was infuriating, there were 2 messages, 1 said she was being taken to St. Joe's in Wayne and the next said she was being taken to Chilton Memorial. I was Infuriated that they only called my cell, at 2:00 in the morning by the way, and NEVER BOTHERED to call any other number on the list I provided upon check in. Do yourself and your loved ones a favor, FIND SOMEPLACE ELSE to take them, this is NOT the place you want them to spend their last days in!!!!!
by donna123
September 15, 2014
Don't be fooled by the smiles you get when first visiting the facility. What appears to be a friendly atmosphere is really an institution that when visitors leave all hell breaks loose and the patients care declines. B set to try other places as this is not the place for your loved one. Good luck and know that much research is needed before selecting a place as it is easy to fall prey to this place.
by Alice
September 05, 2014
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by Stephanie Knapp
February 18, 2014
Is this business handicap-accessible?
Yes, it was handicap-accessible
by Anonymous
May 05, 2013
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