Congratulations to Don and Pinky Married August 16th, 2019!! congratulations from all of us at The Lodge at Taylor!
The wedding cake, from Sweet Tooth Bakery in Allen Park, was sponsored by Lifeline Concord, LLC.
The newlyweds, Donald Wright Jr., (left), 62, and Cecilia “Pinky” Burgos, 74, exchange a kiss Aug. 16 at the Lodge at Taylor nursing home, 22950 Northline, Taylor.
Bride Cecilia “Pinky” Burgos (left), 74, exchanges wedding vows Aug. 16 with Donald Wright Jr., (right), 62, as the Reverend Joe Salazar (third from left) and the Rev. Fred Harshbarger, of Christ Family Church, officiate.
Flower girls precede bride Cecilia “Pinky” Burgos, 74, on her wedding day, Aug. 16, at the Lodge at Taylor nursing home, 22950 Northline, Taylor.
Visit Us Today!
Provide your information below to contact us about creating comfort and care for you.
I chose Medilodge of Taylor for therapy because I was healing from a... read more
- Rose Halcomb
We are writing this on behalf of our mother, Meredith McIntosh, who was... read more
- Monica White and Bonnie Sample
In March I underwent double bypass surgery and was sent to The Lodge... read more
- Angela Pascuzzi
Therapy at The Lodge at Taylor has helped me recover the use of... read more
- Doris Clements
I chose The Lodge at Taylor because I receive Dialysis and this facility... read more
I chose Medilodge of Taylor for therapy because I was healing from a broken leg. Bob from Therapy and the nurses have been really sweet to me.
Monica White and Bonnie Sample
We are writing this on behalf of our mother, Meredith McIntosh, who was a patient at your rehab facility from June until September. The care she received was excellent. Your staff was caring, considerate and reliable. Our mom is a dialysis patient, she was admitted due to a surgical wound and had been hospitalized for two months. The first thing The Lodge at Taylor started was physical therapy, which was very hard for mom. They were patient and compassionate. The wound team also did a great job. The wound is completely healed now! The dialysis team was also very kind, caring and professional. We were very pleased with the level of care our mom received, and want to thank everyone. She is very excited to be home, and we know that would not have happened without the expert, professional care she received at The Lodge at Taylor.
In March I underwent double bypass surgery and was sent to The Lodge at Taylor to strengthen my legs and arms. My goals were to walk with a walker, to climb stairs, and to eventually go home. My occupational and physical therapist were very conscientious about the work that they do, they cared about each and every patient. During therapy sessions each therapist is attentive toward all the patients in the gym helping them work toward their goals. During these sessions they provide individualized instruction. In addition to in facility therapy they also did a home evaluation with me, in which they looked at what I needed to be able to do to go home.
Therapy at The Lodge at Taylor has helped me recover the use of my leg faster than if I had gone home and just sat around and did nothing about getting better. It strengthened my arms so I was able to use a walker and regain the use of my leg faster. I enjoyed my time with all of the therapists. It was also nice to see the progress that the others were making.
I chose The Lodge at Taylor because I receive Dialysis and this facility had both. I care about the staff here and plan to visit once I leave. CNA and Nursing staff really stood out to me. Knowing how hard the work is, as a former CNA myself, I watch workers here team up and work hard together to get what is needed done. They care about us and treat you like family.