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Regency at Canton Opens New Facility

Business offers short-term, long-term care in serene setting.

Submitted by Wes Graff, Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce

On Thursday, the Regency at Canton held a grand opening with the Canton and the Plymouth chambers of commerce.

Regency at Canton offers both short-term rehabilitation and long-term care for residents in a serene setting.  

The building has a one-story floor plan, with 35 private suites and 39 semi-private rooms, all with in-room showers and baths. They are located at 45900 Geddes Road in Canton.

Pictured cutting the ribbon are Allison Maurer, Director of Admissions & Marketing, and administrator Patricia Sullivan. Also, pictured are members of their staff and volunteers from both chambers.

glen hegwood June 10, 2012 at 08:06 AM
Would love to pursue/gain employment at the new Regency in Canton. As a 15 yr Air Force veteran and having a brother-in-law in residence at the Regency in Taylor, I feel wholeheartedly I can contribute greatly to that staff and community. Recently, I lost my father while living in this community for over 10 years and look forward to helping others there as well!
Robert K Turner February 08, 2013 at 01:35 AM
If you value the well being of your family member I would not recommend this place very unorganized staff.
Jennifer Denbo May 06, 2013 at 02:19 AM
This is the worst facility I have EVER been to. The only good thing I have to say is that it is clean and doesn't smell bad. My mom is here for rehab following a knee replacement. She spent five days here before they bothered to start any rehab. Need help? don't hit your call light because no one will come for hours if at all. They allowed my mother who is at an increased fall risk due to surgery to walk to the bathroom alone. Once there she couldn't get up and pulled the emergency cord. NO ONE CAME!! she had to use a walker to bang on the door to get someone's attention to come help her, then the girl who came to help yelled at her for crying. They don't bring the pain medicine in a timey fashion so by the time they get it to you, you are in so much pain you can hardly stand it. Patients sit in urine soaked beds for hours. Today they gave my mom her diabetes medication, then forgot to bring her breakfast. One day my mom got herself out of the bathroom, and no one would come help her into bed, so her room mates mother had to help her. Then today after her first trip out of there she was in a lot of pain, and called for help and no one would come bring her any pain meds. She had to call me to call them and tell them to go help her. When I called the nurse and told her to get her crap together and take better care of my mom, she hung up on me. I am so very disappointed in this place. I wish I could bring her home to care for her, but she hasn't learned to do stairs yet.

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