I chose the facility for therapy and I’m very happy with the outcome.... read more
All of the departments were good. I give them all an A+. read more
- Dick Kubiskey
The therapy team were really good, they got me back on my feet. read more
- Edith Sams
I chose MediLodge of Ludington for myself. The reason why I chose this... read more
- Caroline M Adamson
The therapy department here really stood out and are helping so many people!... read more
- Gordon Stewart
I liked the way they treated us. Just like family. All the staff... read more
- Geri Larr
I think everyone tried really hard to look out for me. Everyone was... read more
"When I came here I really was not in command of myself. I... read more
- Gertrude Olsen (age 103), patient
I chose MediLodge of Ludington for myself because it was close to home.... read more
Bryce Griffes was admitted for rehabilitation after undergoing spinal surgery. Bryce loved maintaining... read more
- Michelle Hilderbrandt
I chose the facility for therapy and I’m very happy with the outcome. Special thanks to Tami, Bill, Hannah, and Cindy for all the care they showed me. The help was very kind.
All of the departments were good. I give them all an A+.
The therapy team were really good, they got me back on my feet.
Caroline M Adamson
I chose MediLodge of Ludington for myself. The reason why I chose this center is that I wanted to be closer to my daughter. Danielle, the resident advocate, and Amy, the social worker, were great help with any problem I had. They were respectful and kind, great people! Cindy B, CNA, was also very kind, helpful, and super driven.
Marisa, Tammy, Mary, Kathryn, Bill- they are the best therapy group around! All of them are respectful, kind, have a lot of compassion for the patients, and help us reach our goals.
Other nurses that were great to me were Dan, Mitch, and Billy Sue; they were kind, respectful, compassionate people, explained my medicine to me, and made me feel comfortable.
The food was good but cold some of the time. They were short on somethings on the menu. Housekeeping and maintenance workers were very nice!
The therapy department here really stood out and are helping so many people! Everything went well here at MediLodge of Ludington!
I liked the way they treated us. Just like family. All the staff was very good.
I think everyone tried really hard to look out for me. Everyone was friendly and did a good job. Thanks!
Gertrude Olsen (age 103), patient
"When I came here I really was not in command of myself. I had trouble getting to the bathroom upstairs. I even had trouble dressing and caring for myself because I was getting weaker and weaker. I could not do the things as I did before. I had trouble and didn't want to admit I needed help. When I came here I didn't expect therapy here at Medilodge of Ludington. I was surprised to see such an athletic program. I was put in a series of therapies. Therapy helped me get around, do more for myself, and I even received a four-wheel walker. Now I am able manipulate myself. I have gotten some of my energy back. Therapy has given me a desire to be useful again."
I chose MediLodge of Ludington for myself because it was close to home. The staff at the south east station really stood out to me. Overall, the staff are kind and caring.
Bryce Griffes was admitted for rehabilitation after undergoing spinal surgery. Bryce loved maintaining his lawn, working in his flower beds and home improvement activities at his house. He even bought a brand new car! Bryce's difficulties started in October 2017 after he turned 79 and started having problems with tingling and numbness in his legs and feet. By the end of December, Bryce was declining and started using a walker and was having a hard time getting around and completing activities independently. Bryce was diagnosed with neuropathy. By April 2018 he had sustained numerous falls and was unable to care for himself, and in May 2018 he could not get out of bed. Bryce reached out for a second opinion and underwent surgery for his spinal cord compression on September 4, 2018.
The road to recovery was not easy for Bryce. Bryce was dependent for almost all tasks when he initially admitted to skilled services including gait, transfers, and ADLs. During his stay, Bryce received physical and occupational therapy services. Treatment included bed mobility, transfer, gait, and AOL training, balance and strengthening exercises including postural control to increase his overall level of functioning. Bryce exceeded his goals of increasing his independence! When he discharged from skilled therapy service he was independent at four-wheel walker level and went home with his family and dog Otis!