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Crossroads Hospice Of Tn Llc - 1 Reviews - 1669 N Shelby Oaks Dr # 106, Memphis, TN - Personal Care Facility Reviews - Phone (901) 382-9292

Crossroads Hospice Of Tn Llc

1669 N Shelby Oaks Dr # 106
Memphis, TN 38134
(901) 382-9292
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I have always heard good things about hospice when it came to Cancer patients but what about terminally ill patients without cancer, who are just old and have dementia. Is it you...

Editorial review from Citysearch 10/20/2015

They advertise they will help the family. They have made no effort to contact, include or consult my dad's family. They support his roommate who is an alcoholic and takes his pain meds. She admitted right to the nurse in front of us that she has been taking my dad's pain pills. What does the nurse do.?She has her sign a medicine contract?? That didn't stop her. The roommate still called me incoherent telling me she had taken his pills. I called once to see if I could speak with them to check on him as his roommate was withholding contact. Never got a call back from the nurse. My dad told me they've had to send a nurse out at bed time to check on him because his roommate was drunk. This is a mandatory reporting state. How do they not report this to someone? How do they let this woman be in charge of his care? Why doesn't his family have a right to help with his care? Why don't his daughters get supportive services? Instead we get ""we can't tell you anything"". I had to give them a star to post this but I would really give them none. more

Editorial review from Citysearch 11/17/2014

We engaged Crossroads Hospice approximately 3 weeks before my Mother passed from this life. The only thing my brother and I regret is that we did not do so sooner. From the first day when we sat down with the Representative, we found Crossroads to be very helpful, prompt, informative and above all, compassionate. The last few days of Mom's life were very painful for her. Crossroads effectively and timely administered medication to alleviate her suffering and we are so grateful for that. Our experience with Crossroads has been very positive and we appreciate the service they provided. more

Editorial review from Citysearch 11/4/2012

Crossroads PROMISED us they would provide my grandmother with Comfort Care in her final days. They PROMISED to keep her pain at a bare minimum. They PROMISED us they would be there with her when she was ""Actively Dying"" (their words, not mine) and they PROMISED us they would call us and let us know when her time was almost up, if we weren't already at the nursing home. Here is the true story of how they let me, my family and my grandmother down. Letting them ""care"" for my dying grandmother was the worst mistake my family and I made regarding her care. She was only a patient from October 15th-October 17th. On October 15th she was admitted to their care. She didn't have any pain medicine from 10:00am until 10:47pm. They blamed the nursing home, but if it truly was the nursing home's fault then why was Crossroads Hospice eventually the party that brought her medication into the nursing home from the pharmacy. On that same day around 11pm a crossroads employee told my sister and I someone from Crossroads would be coming to sit with my grandmother so we could go home and get some rest, and that person should be there between 11:40 and midnight. At 12:30 a cold, heartless woman arrived and coldly assessed my grandmother's condition. When we asked her if she would be the person to sit with my grandmother she said, No, she was a nurse, and crossroads doesn't have a CNA available to sit with my grandmother, and they had patients in way worse shape than her that needed assistance. Finally at 2:00am on October 16th, my sister and I went home to get some sleep, leaving my grandmother alone. The following day crossroads provided little to no care or assistance. It was all left up to the nursing home employees. Roughly at 11:00pm on the 16th I called Crossroads to tell them my grandmother was in extreme pain and needed more pain management than the nursing home could provide. They finally got someone out there at 12:35, it was the same useless, cold hearted nurse from the night before. She seemed irritated to have to be at work. She did very little for my grandmother, not even sure if she checked her vital signs, was very rude and cold to me, and then she left. I stayed that morning until 4:00am, that was the morning of the 17th. 4 hours later my Aunt received a call from the nursing home saying that her mother, my grandmother, had passed away earlier this morning. We were in shock. Earlier this morning?? Why didn't anyone call us sooner? When we arrived at the nursing home a whole team of people from Crossroads were there. They told us they were with my grandmother when she passed away. I specifically asked WHO was with my grandmother and they pointed to a shorter, curly haired crossroads employee and she said, I was there. Fast Forward to November 3rd. My Aunt receives a document from the nursing home with basically a medical play by play of the last 72 hours of my grandmothers life. And right there in black and white print it clearly says that a CNA from the nursing home discovered my grandmother dead at 7:03am and the nursing home had to call Crossroads to tell them that their patient had expired. What liars these Crossroads people are. What medical professional does that? Lies to a patients family and said, Oh yes, we were there, we were with her. And it wasn't just one person lying, it was the entire group. They deserve to be shut down. Please don't let them treat your loved one this way. Stay away from them. My grandmother's final days would of been much better if we had turned them away. more

Crossroads hospice program memphis 10/9/2011

I have always heard good things about hospice when it came to Cancer patients but what about terminally ill patients without cancer, who are just old and have dementia. Is it your decision to give these people morphine to help them die. And is there no other pain medication on your list? I have heard more stories similar to mine about elderly people being given morphine and it just puts them to ""sleep""....permanently. My mother was under your care at a Nursing Home, and after 2 days of this medication, she goes to sleep, and doesn't wake up. Every decision made by your nurse resulted in a problem. And no one from your organization except the chaplain made an effort to even give condolences when she passed away. more
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  • Hours:

    Open 7 Days
  • Neighborhoods:

    Walnut Grove - Shelby Farms PD, Far East - Cordova, Cordova/Appling