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Pricing for Troy Manor
|Nursing Care||$6,568* (click below for pricing info)|
|Assisted Living||$4,171* (click below for pricing info)|
|Memory Care||$6,883* (click below for pricing info)|
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Reviews of Troy Manor
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by Rodger on SeniorAdvice.com 09/11/2019
This place left me laying n urine many soaked nights Ed was the nurse. The aide was sleeping. They stole 2 of my electric wheelchair s when I went to hospital. Then on another out count getting a mri. They stole 4 Christmas presents. They called police on me 4 times. Make n up lies about I had a gun n drugs. Smh at upper staff. Janice cat dee dee and Amy and mindy and Michelle Michaels need to be fired. These people play a good roll when family’s there. The sewers back up onto the floors when it rains. The mold was sick n that place. There was 5 people missing there stuff on one hall in 3 months. The upper staff is pathedic they play a hell of a roll when family’s there. The kitchen I lost 50 pounds n 8 months. Gross food not done or burnt. There always under staffed. I never seen such a joke n one place. Smh pathetic.
by Johnny Ray on SeniorAdvice.com 03/02/2019
My mother was supposed to be a short-term visitor we figured in a couple weeks we would have her recovered from her surgery enough to go home and be with her husband. We started noticing pretty bad things happening number one there was a male nurse named Randy screaming and yelling at her one day and my sister stood behind him in the doorway and listen to him and she told him that my mom is not incoherent and she doesn't have Alzheimer's disease she knows exactly what you're saying to her and you are unprofessional. Mom said she had to use the bathroom number 2 my sister went down the hall told the nurses my mom has to use the bathroom she has to go number two and she says she's got to go pretty bad, it was over 40 minutes later before they showed up to let her use the bathroom 2 Days Later another one of my sisters goes in mom is sitting in her chair naked and has ***** smeared all over her and it is dry. My sister waited for over an hour to talk to an administrator who hit in her office it would not speak to her so she left word that she was going to report them to the state my mother was dead a few hours later and the result was a fall this was a woman that couldn't get out of bed couldn't walk couldn't even pick her own leg up. It's hard to believe is somebody that can't even roll over or move a foot into the Stirrup on a wheelchair can roll out of a bed in a nursing home where they are supposed to be watched over and taken care of. I feel like this place murdered my mom and I see why they don't have a Facebook page because there are a lot of upset people with this facility. Someone needs to take charge and shut this place down they need to put cameras in the rooms the people are unprofessional that are smoking while patients are sitting there suffering it's just a horrible place my mother didn't die as a result of her surgeries and all the stuff she made it through she died as a result of a fall in a place that was supposed to take care of her they couldn't even let her use the bathroom they couldn't even clean her up they couldn't be bothered with her. Don't put your loved one in this place. Rest in peace Judy Mauser
by KC on SeniorAdvice.com 08/09/2018
Staff tries their best to provide for the residents but unfortunately its difficult when they are understaffed, never enough supplies, and all management (administer) wants is her bonus at the end of the year by cutting budget cost everywhere. Good news they will take in almost everyone. Well good news if your mom or dad is very difficult to handle but... not good if your mom or dad is fragile.
by A very upset niece. on SeniorAdvice.com 04/25/2018
I am giving this facility ome star solely because you are providing my Uncle with shelter. I reside in another state, so I came to visit my family. My Uncle has lived with diabetes his entire life, it has spun out of control and he is now in your facility. Upon entering his room that he pays good money for, I noticed his garbage can full, and smelling of vomit, his cup to urinate in had a crack in it, so it was flowing onto the table next to his bed, his sheets were dirty, and he had no soap in his soap dispenser located next to the sink, which is broken and barely on the wall. Why is this happening!? He doesn't drink coffee, he has requested Orange juice multiple times, and yet, your staff wants to turn a deaf ear and continue to bring him coffee. Is this the best your staff can do? If so, it is unacceptable, and the good people of Troy MO need to stand up and speak up for their loved ones. Shameful nursing facility.
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About Troy Manor
Troy Manor is a 130 unit senior housing community situated in Troy, Missouri. The facility is in a mostly middle class area, with an average per-household income of $52,738. It is heavily populated, with roughly 24,000 individuals living in the 63379 zip code. It is close to retail stores, houses of worship, medical facilities, and other local amenities. There are multiple churches within 4 miles, including First Baptist Church, Claphan Michael J, Zion United Church of Christ, and First Assembly of God. There are 10 drug stores within 1 mile of the community. They are also located only 0.36 miles from Lincoln County Medical Center.More About Troy Manor
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the cost of care at Troy Manor?
Estimated monthly costs for Troy Manor are approximately $5,874. This is above the $5,168 estimated cost in Troy. The average cost across Missouri is around $3,492, which is less than the US estimate of $4,978.
How did Medicare rate Troy Manor?
Medicare gave Troy Manor an average rating of 1.6/5 stars in the latest survey.
What types of payment does Troy Manor accept?
According to our records, Troy Manor accepts Medicare, Medicaid, and va benefits.
Services and Amenities
- Assisted Living
- Nursing Home
- Memory Care
- Outdoor Garden
- Dining Room
- Salon / Barbershop
- Safety / Handicap Features
- Cable TV
- Education Programs
- Arts and Crafts
- Spiritual / Religious Activities
- Social Activities
- Speech Therapy
- Dental Care
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Psychiatry Services
- Personal Care Assistance
- Medication Support
- Meals Included
- Healthy Snacks
Guest / Family Services
- Family Outreach / Education
- VA Benefits
- 24-Hour Staff
- Transportation Services
- Laundry / Dry Cleaning
- 130 Total Units
- 130 Total Beds in the Facility
- 119 Current Occupants
- Certified by Medicare and Medicaid
- Medicare Participant Since 02/22/2000
- Offers Resident/Family Counciling
Complaints and Deficiences
- 26 Total Deficiencies Reported
- 24 Health Standard Deficiencies
- 2 Health Complaint Deficiencies
- 1 Total Incidents Reported
- 8 Total Complaints Reported
- 0 Total Fines Imposed
- $0 in Fines Imposed
- 0 Payment Denials
- 0 Penalties Imposed
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