Testimonials

I am very pleased with the outcome of my therapy treatments – especially the physical therapy treatments and the outstanding ability of all the therapists. The devotion of all the therapists I had contact with was much above my expectations. I cannot praise the abilities of all your therapists too much – they were all excellent – physical, occupational and speech.

Bernard

A Letter to the Staff at BHRC

On Saturday, June 29, I will be discharged to home after completing my therapy stay. As I get ready to go, I have tears of happiness and sadness. I have been a resident on Summit (Transitional Care Unit) for almost four months. Over that time, BHRC has become my second home.

I would recommend BHRC to anyone in need of this type of service, from nursing to therapy. The staff are all professionals in their own positions, yet they put things on a personal level, making everyone feel like family.

I can’t say enough good about the Innovative Therapy staff, Lynn, Jeff, Carrie Lynn, Nichole, Duane, Lisa, Vicky, Erin, the rest of the crew that come over from Valley and the restorative crew. They do a wonderful job and make miracles happen.

The Life Enrichment department is AWESOME! Frank, Jill and Holly do a great job of keeping everyone busy and offer activities of some sort to everyone, no matter what their need or disability. There is no need to ever say “I’m bored” or “there is nothing to do.”

The nurses and CNAs are great; they know how to do their jobs in a professional manner, and yet they become your friends, too.

The laundry was always done. Housekeeping did a great job, and the Kitchen help was accommodating. Maintenance and supplies were available when needed.

Scooter and C.J. do a wonderful job of making sure you have everything concerning the financial part of your stay and that you have all the help and things you need when you get ready to go home.

I can’t forget Art. How else would we get to our appointments on time? He is not “Just The Driver” (JTD); he always takes time to say hi and give his girls a hug when he sees them.

I feel like I found a new “family” with all the people I’ve met and the special ones we lost during my stay.

So as I leave my “home” for home, I say “see you later” not “goodbye,” because I’ll be back every now and then to see you all.

Love,

Debbie S.

I thought I would let you know that in my books, Billings Health and Rehabilitation is doing very well. My stay in the TCU was first-rate. Monica runs a good operation. Her staff really appreciates her. One of the long-time aides said, “This is the first boss I’ve had that I truly like.”

Monica initiated a regiment that affected a cure on the diabetic sores on my feet. They had been there since my stay in St. Vincent’s in early August and were not healing until she started on them in November. I am very grateful to her and became quite fond of her. She is a great girl.

I want to mention and compliment some of the staff who showed care, consideration and compassion that speeded my recovery. They made me feel like I was part of a family and not just a resident. First mentioned will be the aides in Cross Roads North who were great in my short stay there. Thank you very much to Wendy, Karen, Pat, Ginger and Skye.

In rehab, Donna and Rene are excellent and Shelly was very helpful. Donna challenged me and if not for her, I would not have made the progress I did. I am extremely grateful to her. In OT, the two who worked with me, Duane and Ian, were very proficient and considerate. Vicki always had a big smile and a warm greeting.

Janeen and Frank in Social Services were really great. I really enjoyed Judy, the football pool she shared with me, and our visits. She does a superior job of supervising. Also, I should mention that Mike and Dale from maintenance did a good job to help with my wants/needs.

This is extremely long, but they are things I wished to express. As I told you the day I was discharged, “You run a good ship.”

Sincerely yours,

Doug

Bernard

I am very pleased with the outcome of my therapy treatments – especially the physical therapy treatments and the outstanding ability of all the therapists. The devotion of all the therapists I had contact with was much above my expectations. I cannot praise the abilities of all your therapists too much – they were all excellent – physical, occupational and speech.

Bernard

Debbie

A Letter to the Staff at BHRC

On Saturday, June 29, I will be discharged to home after completing my therapy stay. As I get ready to go, I have tears of happiness and sadness. I have been a resident on Summit (Transitional Care Unit) for almost four months. Over that time, BHRC has become my second home.

I would recommend BHRC to anyone in need of this type of service, from nursing to therapy. The staff are all professionals in their own positions, yet they put things on a personal level, making everyone feel like family.

I can’t say enough good about the Innovative Therapy staff, Lynn, Jeff, Carrie Lynn, Nichole, Duane, Lisa, Vicky, Erin, the rest of the crew that come over from Valley and the restorative crew. They do a wonderful job and make miracles happen.

The Life Enrichment department is AWESOME! Frank, Jill and Holly do a great job of keeping everyone busy and offer activities of some sort to everyone, no matter what their need or disability. There is no need to ever say “I’m bored” or “there is nothing to do.”

The nurses and CNAs are great; they know how to do their jobs in a professional manner, and yet they become your friends, too.

The laundry was always done. Housekeeping did a great job, and the Kitchen help was accommodating. Maintenance and supplies were available when needed.

Scooter and C.J. do a wonderful job of making sure you have everything concerning the financial part of your stay and that you have all the help and things you need when you get ready to go home.

I can’t forget Art. How else would we get to our appointments on time? He is not “Just The Driver” (JTD); he always takes time to say hi and give his girls a hug when he sees them.

I feel like I found a new “family” with all the people I’ve met and the special ones we lost during my stay.

So as I leave my “home” for home, I say “see you later” not “goodbye,” because I’ll be back every now and then to see you all.

Love,

Debbie S.

Doug

I thought I would let you know that in my books, Billings Health and Rehabilitation is doing very well. My stay in the TCU was first-rate. Monica runs a good operation. Her staff really appreciates her. One of the long-time aides said, “This is the first boss I’ve had that I truly like.”

Monica initiated a regiment that affected a cure on the diabetic sores on my feet. They had been there since my stay in St. Vincent’s in early August and were not healing until she started on them in November. I am very grateful to her and became quite fond of her. She is a great girl.

I want to mention and compliment some of the staff who showed care, consideration and compassion that speeded my recovery. They made me feel like I was part of a family and not just a resident. First mentioned will be the aides in Cross Roads North who were great in my short stay there. Thank you very much to Wendy, Karen, Pat, Ginger and Skye.

In rehab, Donna and Rene are excellent and Shelly was very helpful. Donna challenged me and if not for her, I would not have made the progress I did. I am extremely grateful to her. In OT, the two who worked with me, Duane and Ian, were very proficient and considerate. Vicki always had a big smile and a warm greeting.

Janeen and Frank in Social Services were really great. I really enjoyed Judy, the football pool she shared with me, and our visits. She does a superior job of supervising. Also, I should mention that Mike and Dale from maintenance did a good job to help with my wants/needs.

This is extremely long, but they are things I wished to express. As I told you the day I was discharged, “You run a good ship.”

Sincerely yours,

Doug


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