Saint Francis Home of Williamsville

Saint Francis Home of Williamsville
Saint Francis Home of Williamsville 147 Reist St Williamsville, NY 14221

Saint Francis Home of Williamsville

Saint Francis Home of Williamsville is a Nursing Home facility at 147 Reist St in Williamsville, NY.
Primary Specialty

Nursing Home

Services Saint Francis Home of Williamsville provides extended-stay nursing care to seniors with varying levels of disabilities in Williamsville, NY.

Please call Saint Francis Home of Williamsville at (716) 633-5400 for more information or to schedule an on-site visit.
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(3 Reviews)
2 star average for Service
4 star average for Expertise
1 star average for Recommended
2 star average for Staff
1 star average for Value
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Recent Reviews
. I plan on telling everyone I know about how terrible this nursing home is. I wouldn't recommend this place to my worst enemy. The staff usually acts too busy to be interrupted I'm pretty angry. I wish more people would of written reviews on this nursing home before my relative went in here. They are short staffed constantly!!!!!! And I mean constantly!!!!!!!
They do half ass backwards jobs of washing the residents up. They NEVER answer the call lights and if they do , someone comes in 15 min later. We'll i,m sorry but when someone has to go to the bathroom now, that means now not 15-20 min from now. Because then they just end up going in the bed and the staff has more of a mess to clean up! The private bathrooms are filthy, seems like the floors are never washed in the rooms.. Have never seen someone come in the room to clean. Tray tables are always dirty or sticky.
I have been in the nursing field for over 20 years and would never treat my patient or give them the care that they are receiving in this dump!!!!
There are a few select people I do praise, one is Dawn who is a nurse and another is Howard an aide.. They seem to go above and beyond and genuinely do care and I am thankful when they are on shift...
Otherwise the nursing supervisors and administrator don't seem to want to address the problems going on in their facility. Looking into calling channel 4. Getting a lawyer and basically suing for neglect!
So please don't put ur loved one in here for even a short period of time..
The half-star rating is only earned by the nursing assistants and aides who cared for my father during his rehabilitation stay.

My father has been in a few different rehabilitation centers in the last 2 decades for varying health reasons, this was the first - and DEFINITELY THE LAST - stay at St. Francis.

The rooms were not the remained under his roommates bed for three days before it was cleaned out. Tray tables had yesterday's sticky remnants on them. I understand that this facility is remodeling, but the issues are not from construction mess, routine cleaning protocol was not followed.

The nursing staff, while not entirely unpleasant, were not helpful with many issues. They were more than happy to show me where to get ice/water for my father in a (dirty) self-serve area, but on his fourth day there could not explain why his eyeglasses were constantly missing.

Again, while the food service staff was pleasant to deal with, their quality of the food was severely lacking. Little to no variety day to day in the menu (fish was the lunch 4x in one week), food was often overlooked, dry, flavorless or inedible. A roast beef sandwich was served with ONE slice of grisly, thin meat on it...while the kitchen staff was quick to rectify the issue, it should never have been served as such in the first place.

Be aware that there is no air conditioning in the rooms or hallways, or in the main chapel used as a dining room. When the weather is humid and in the 80's, it is unbearable in some areas. Opening a window when it just allows in exhaust from the front traffic circle is not an option.

Most importantly: The staff physician was curt and belligerent, and in our family's opinion, neglectful. She altered some of the medications that my father's personal physician had worked on for the past few years to achieve correct doses for him. My father was discharged on a Wednesday and was back in the ER 48 hours later with pneumonia, when the signs of onset were clear while he was at St. Francis.

If you care at all for your loved one, look elsewhere for long or short-term care. My hope is that they not only improve their look with the remodel, but revamp their quality of care as well. Until then, STAY AWAY.

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