Good Samaritan Senior Citizen's Home

Company:
Good Samaritan Senior Citizen's Home
Address:
Yellow Elder Gardens Melvern Road
Town:
Nassau
P.O. Box:
P.O. Box SB-50305
Island:
Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas

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Opening Hours

Monday 24 Hours open
Tuesday 24 Hours open
Wednesday 24 Hours open
Thursday 24 Hours open
Friday 24 Hours open
Saturday 24 Hours open
Sunday 24 Hours open

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Good Samaritan Senior Citizen's Home is located in Yellow Elder Gardens n Nassau.

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September 14, 2018 Susan Jay

Good Samaritan Senior Citizen's Home

"Good Samaritan" Senior Citizen's Home

As a nursing student at the University of The Bahamas, I was given an assignment that required me to observe the environment at "Good Samaritan" Senior Citizen's Home. Upon calling the home, I introduced myself as a nursing student at the university of the bahamas but, before I could finished my sentence I was cut off. The receptionist said, in a vile and disgusting tone, "that it was to early for this!" and hanged up. Now, seeing as this is a home for the elderly and they claim to be a professional institution, the well being of the attends are to be of great concern. If an outsider that's merely calling is disrespected in such a manner, are the elderly treated in the same manner or perhaps worst? Are their basic needs being met? Is the environment clean? It's also to be assumed that if this kind of behavior is practice, then there is a high chance that the elders are being abuse. If anyone takes the time to read reviews on this website, I would be very careful about this 'home' because it does not live up to its name. There's a lot you can tell from just one phone call.

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March 21, 2012 Derek17

Good Samaritan Senior Citizen's Home

A phone call to remember

In today's growing society where knowledge is a crucial part of minds being developed from birth to our death, we all ask questions. Questions are the bridge between ignorance/vulnerability and Knowledge/power. As a student in high school in Nassau, I desire to know more and having the task of B.G.C.S.E course work it's a must for research. I decided to call The Good Samaritan Senior Citizen's Home and i have been taught by my parents to have manners and respect when talking to older people. But in calling there, i barely received the same respect as only desired 5 minutes of their time to ask 5 questions. The response i received was in fact 'Grouchy', 'Rude', 'Disrespectful' as a middle age man (i'm assuming) went from grumbling to shouting at me and others on his side of the line. It was angering and frustrating to me as a young person, as situations like these makes me ponder if All adults/employees that are there are like this and how they treat the seniors! This decrepit attitude from this man ended in him hanging up on me with 2 of my questions answered. This will certainly be a phone call to remember as I share this with my fellow classmates and teacher tomorrow.

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