Below are some testimonials from residents and family members that have made Hillside Health & Rehabilitation their home. We invite you to come and visit our community, talk firsthand with current residents and take a tour!
They say it is never too late to say “thank you”. Fourteen months have passed since I was a resident at Hillside Health & Rehabilitation.
Thanks to the loving care I received, I am well, walking and aware of the wonderful care I received from your staff. Thank you. All the attention to my physical needs was cared for, as you would expect; but more important, my emotional needs also were addressed and treated carefully during my five weeks at Hillside Health & Rehabilitation.
Please express my appreciation to your staff, from top to bottom. I am grateful that I had the opportunity to meet and know so many dedicated and loving personnel. Missoula is fortunate to have Hillside Health & Rehabilitation.
Thank you so much for the card you sent the week following my father’s death. It was very meaningful to see all the signatures of staff at Hillside Health & Rehabilitation who had cared for my dad in the relatively short time he was there.
My father’s health took such a quick downward spiral that I was left with such a short time to process it all, but I want you to know that you and the staff at Hillside Health & Rehabilitation were a huge help and blessing in those weeks my father was there. I would like to especially thank Kaley Burke and Riva Fenlon. They were both very approachable and made themselves available to me whenever I had questions or concerns; the evening my father died I know they both went out of their way to provide comfort and show concern for my father and our family.
Special thanks is also due to Deanna, my father’s physical therapist, who was very kind and concerned. My father liked her very much. Huge thanks to the nursing staff, especially to nurses on duty the evening my father passed away.
God is good. The evening my father passed we were able to be with him for 3-1/2 hours. My daughter Elizabeth played her harp. My son David got his guitar and played a song he wrote. Each of the kids were able to tell Grandpa they loved him and Gary was able to read some scripture.
Dad didn’t talk to us but we felt that he could hear us and knew we were all there with him. When we tried to think of a word to describe that evening we came up with the word “ushered” as in, “we were able to usher my Dad into heaven.”
Please know that I was very positively impressed with Hillside Health & Rehabilitation.
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