Friendly and caring staff, everyone is so helpful and welcoming! read more
- A Google User
I chose MediLodge of Howell for myself after I lost my leg to... read more
- Traci Brown
I came here after ankle joint replacement (surgery). I cannot still use my... read more
- Cynthia O
My dad would recommend this rehabilitation center to anyone he knows. Great job... read more
- Jonathan Fritz
To all the personnel that went the extra mile for our mother, Helen... read more
- Toni, Vicky and Family
I chose this center for their good reputation, cleanliness, and because it was... read more
- Chris Niemiec
My mother had come to MediLodge of Howell and went home completely healed.... read more
- Heather Drabkowski
I came here because I was in a car accident and my leg... read more
- Eric B
I checked into MediLodge of Howell after breaking my right wrist in a... read more
- Cynthia O
When I first got here after having my second below-knee amputation, I was... read more
- Karen W
A Google User
Friendly and caring staff, everyone is so helpful and welcoming!
I chose MediLodge of Howell for myself after I lost my leg to a bone disease. I have always heard it's a great place. The therapy, nursing, and admissions departments were all very helpful! Lisa, a nurse, was nice and understanding. Cathy, a nurse as well, was understanding and always there to talk to. I have had a nice and wonderful stay. I have had my problems and every concern and complaint has been corrected. The staff is always on their toes and two steps ahead.
I came here after ankle joint replacement (surgery). I cannot still use my left foot as I am not allowed to weight on it for two more weeks. However, physical therapists showed me how to get on an out of a wheelchair without using my left foot and also how to use a knee roller properly.
I am going home and able to get around by myself! (The people who wor here are very helpful and pleasant!)
I chose MediLodge of Howell for my father. The reason that I chose MediLodge of Howell is because of its close proximity to my home. MediLodge of Howell also has a reputation of excellent care in the medical community.
The night nurse, Scott, was above and beyond caring for my dad's sleep. Marie, the nurse's aid is excellent and a very hard worker.
My dad would recommend this rehabilitation center to anyone he knows.
Great job MediLodge of Howell!
Toni, Vicky and Family
To all the personnel that went the extra mile for our mother, Helen Brochowski, and gave her the gift of time. Your loving care is much appreciated, and you made such a difference.
Thanks for all you do!
I chose MediLodge of Howell for my mother, Eugenia. I chose this center for their good reputation, cleanliness, and because it was closer to family and friends. From Wendy in Housekeeping to Daisy Hall, Darren, Dan, Paulette, Marie, Tika, Danielle, Katie, and Liz - They all take wonderful care of my mom and are wonderful!
My mother had come to MediLodge of Howell and went home completely healed. The staff is phenomenal and compassionate. I wouldn't choose any other place! Natasha and Joey were exceptional in helping me get him [my brother Timothy] set up, I was so overwhelmed and they were kind and helpful. The staff is the best, and no other facility will ever compare to the level of care that my family has received here!
I came here because I was in a car accident and my leg was broken. I couldn't go home due to my injuries. The therapists helped me walk again and regain my strength. While I was here, I lost my balance and fell, but the therapist helped me increase my balance and safety so I could get back home independently with everything I needed.
I checked into MediLodge of Howell after breaking my right wrist in a car accident. While at the facility I learned to eat, dress, and write my signature with my left hand. I'm excited to get home to my pets, but my compliments to the staff who have taken very good care of me and given me much attention. This facility has a humanitarian approach to senior citizens, which I deeply appreciate.
When I first got here after having my second below-knee amputation, I was nervous. I was also thinking about what was in store for me. Then when I woke up, I was really uneasy, so I stayed in bed all day. That next day, I was prepared for therapy, and I had also set a goal to be out of here by Christmas. Then even though I thought I was ready, m mom intervened, so I wasn’t going home until New Year Day. For me, (I thought) being a double amputee was going to be a piece of cake, but I was wrong. I didn't know there were 3 different kinds of therapy that I would have to do, and it was harder than the first amputation. Now that I'm getting to go home, I see why I had stayed. I give a big thank you to Kathy, Mo, Terry, and Jen for all of their support and encouragement.