One of the best ways to understand our devotion to quality healthcare is to listen to our Residents and families. Cloverleaf will be happy to provide you with the names and numbers of Residents and family members you may talk with to discuss our commitment to caring for area seniors. Below are testimonials from current Residents and families as well as success stories from Residents who were able to return home.

I am very pleased with this facility...

"The nurses and aids are very knowledgeable.  The staff is very friendly and family oriented.  When I need something they are usually right there in a timely manner.  They are always asking if there is anything they can do to make my stay better.  It is a very clean facility and the food is pretty good.  If there is something that you do not like to eat, they will get you something else.  The therapy department is very good.  I came here specifically for rehab and they have really brought me a long way.  I respect them all very much!  To summarize things up, I would highly recommend this facility to anyone! "

-John Metz,  Rehabilitation Resident


My love for Cloverleaf...

"I love my home away from home.  I have been here four years now and I could not ask for a better place to live.  I have wonderful care!  This place has a very home like atmosphere.  It has beautiful décor, spotless floors, and excellent staff that are very efficient!  We have many activities that are a lot of fun!  I really like to use the dayroom to socialize and meet new people during my stay here.  We always offer church services, to which many attend. 

The food is very good here.  They give us a choice of what to eat, which is very nice.  The department heads are top notch!  They are always ready to pitch in and help whenever they can.   My husband told me once,  “ I really like this place!  I have learned to love people.”  Not that he didn’t like people, but he was a changed man through his stay here.   He passed away in 2012.  I have been in other nursing facilities, but NONE compare to Cloverleaf!"  

-Madeline Raubuch,  President of Resident Council