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Amity Fellowserve, Inc. Dba Kissito Healthcare

Rating: 3 stars   1 review 305


5228 Valleypointe Parkway Building B Suite 1 Roanoke VA 24019 USA


While others may seek to be the biggest, we are focused only on providing the best of quality care in the United States and developing countries through exemplifying our core values of I.P.E.R. (Integrity, Passion, Excellence, and Respect). Patients admitted to one of our nine facilities have often had a recent hospital stay and experienced a decline in functional ability. Our team of talented nurses and therapists, along with other skilled health professionals, work directly with each patient to develop an individualized care plan to meet each patient's goals. As a result, many of our patients are able to return to their own home after completing a successful rehabilitation program. Our Post Acute centers offer only post acute care and focus only on outstanding clinical outcomes and successful discharges to the home setting.

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Rating: 3 stars  

i was a donor and close to one of their employees. this organization provides great services to the people it serves while using sometimes devious and manipulative means to get what it wants in order to do so. poor treatment of staff caused ultimately by the CEO and uncaring HR director but most colleagues were some of the most amazing people i' ve ever met. they're a self proclaimed Christian organization but they are not really interested in Jesus behind closed doors. it' s only to attract more donors.

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