Tuscany Village

(866) 653-9337

2750 Miller Ranch Rd, PEARLAND, TX


  • Nursing Home

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  • Veteran's Benefits No
  • Long Term Care Insurance No
  • Subsidy Available No
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User Reviews

05/14/2018  -  An Interested Visitor Writes:

My mother was suppose to go here after hospital admission, the administrator called personally and introduced himself (which I admired) invited me out to tour the facility, when out on late Friday when I was sick, walked up and down three corridors looking for a vacant room, found one finally seemed nice and clean, residents looked cared for, place did not smell (which is great) come today, admissions called me about 3 pm letting me know there was a myriad of documents that I needed in order for my mom to be admitted. This is news to me, had I known Friday when I came out I could have prepared and obtained the documents, now my mom is ready for discharge from the hospital today and now I have to rush and find another placement. This really unprofessional. I found this out by the caseworker at the hospital that the facility is unwilling to admit and not from the facility itself. I called the facility and with no stated reason they just said they were unwilling to admit my mother. Thanks for the run around and the bind.

06/03/2016  -  An OurParents User Writes:

I toured this facility and was very impressed. Tuscany Village is very clean and the staff are experienced and caring. I would definitely want my loved-one here. I highly recommend that you tour different facilities so that you know what to look for.

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    08/23/2014  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    I had my mom here for two months after a fall at home. She was in a private room which suited her needs completely. The staff were very friendly although you could tell they were very busy. We had a very good experience here. She liked having table mates for association at breakfast, lunch and dinner. She also enjoyed being taken outside and looking at the grounds as they are well kept and she enjoyed looking at the flowers. The only complaint my mom had was the food. She says it was only average. We brought her lunch and dinner a few times and sat and ate with her which she enjoyed. I was very worried about having my mom in a nursing facility as she has never been in anything like this before but after our experience here I would bring her back if she was in need of this type of care again. I would like to send a big THANK YOU to all of the staff in the 500 hall.

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    10/30/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    The people were nice, but we needed someone to take care of our father and this did not happen. His baths were missed and one morning they called and said they had to move him to a different room because he was covered in ants. He was in and out several times because he would go back here get an infection and have to go back to the hospital. They are unclean and didn't take care of our father. I would not recommend this place!

    09/10/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Please beware before placing your loved one at Tuscany Village in Pearland, Texas. I placed my father there and 4 days later he died. I went everyday after placing him there and when I went on the fourth day he was non-responsive, his blood/oxygen level was in the 70's (100 is the best), which he has always been between 92 - 98, and his sugar level was sky high. They gave him oxygen and that helped a little, then I had to tell them to call an ambulance. After 20 minutes passed, he hadn't changed, and there was no ambulance. I called 911 and was advised they hadn't even been called. When the nurse and her supervisor returned and I confronted them about not calling an ambulance, they said they called a private service. Needless to say, they private service never showed and thank goodness the 911 dispatcher sent their ambulance. The RN lied saying that she gave my dad 3 units of insulin an hour before and chuckled that his sugar level went up. When she said that to the 2 EMTs, they both looked at her and said at the same time "And it went up?" That's when I knew she lied. A couple days prior to this, I spoke privately to a CNA, who told me that residents who have cameras in their rooms get better treatment and care than those who do not. I didn't have the time to get that camera installed. Please.... please... if you love your loved one, don't put them at Tuscany Village!!!

    11/18/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    My loved one was sent to this rehabilitation center after her surgery to help better herself before coming back home. She was in there for almost a month. During her stay she was completely dissatisfied with the staffs work. They did a horrible job with cleaning her, feeding her, & even tending to her needs. She has dialysis three times a week and with that being said, she has to get a bath every other day to prepare herself for dialysis. They didn't even want to come and change her under garments on other days even when she had to go to therapy. Her therapy sessions were very good. They left stethoscopes and used needles around her area. The food services were horrible. She can't eat beef due to a gout issue in her foot and they would continuously try to feed her beef. Also, if you refused to eat what they prepared for that day, you really don’t have another option of food choices except a pot pie or a corndog. The only thing that helped my grandmother while being in the center was having a good roommate and good neighbor next door to have her back and help her out a little. The atmosphere is nice but that's not the only thing that should be that way. Unskilled staff were let go while my grandmother was there and the "good" cooks changed their shifts up. This place was very dissatisfying to our standards of the care-taking of our loved one. Don't let your loved one have to be in this environment. There was only a hand full of staff members who cared.

    02/20/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    My mom was recently admitted for rehabilitation for blood clots on her legs. I chose this facility because when i toured it was clean, the patients appeared to be active, there was plenty of staff present and it was pleasant to look at from a decor stand point. The first couple of days were nice, BUT...after my mom was there for 4 days, the doctor who was assigned to her care (and who also NEVER came to see her within those four days), decided to place her on complete bed rest and she was placed in a diaper. My mom was discharged from a reputable hospital with no such orders and was NOT placed in a diaper during her stay in the hospital. Needless to say my family was livid when my mom called crying because she was having to wear a diaper. My mom had been up and moving around to the restroom with assistance and did not need to have a diaper. My mom had to be rushed to the hospital because her hemoglobin levels were critical and admitted so she WILL NOT be returning the Tuscany Village. When we went to inform Tuscany Village of the matter and to collect her items only to find that they had already boxed up her items and there was a new patient in her bed. We were NOT phoned about retrieving her items or to discuss holding the bed if returning was going to be an option. That was the last straw and I had a meeting with Cecil and the Director of Nursing to discuss how disappointed I was with the Tuscany way of business. In this meeting the Cecil and the Director tried to explain to me that putting my mom in a diaper because of the blood clots was to "protect" her. What they didn't know because NO ONE (even the doctor) read her chart to see that she has a filter in place to prevent the blood clots from traveling up to her lungs or heart so she did not need "protection". And I also pointed out that if they were trying to "protect" her then that should've started from day 1. I was also told that my mom asked to be placed in a diaper which I immediately told them I did not believe that statement, and when I asked her she told me she did not ask for a diaper. She informed them that bed pans hurt her hips when she used them. They were made aware that I am in the medical profession with a doctorate degree midway our meeting and it appeared that their answers to my questions seemed to either change or they had no answer. When asked about why my mom's doctor only visited the facility once a week Cecil says that she was admitted in a stable condition and that doctors visiting once or twice weekly was within CMS guidelines and that unlike hospitals which are paid $1200-$1500/day, Skilled Nursing Facilities are only paid about $500/day which leads me to think...should Skilled Nursing patients receive less medical care because the facility is being paid less? This was a first experience for my family and would not want any family to go through this type of disappointment and I feel really bad for patients who have no family to speak up for them if they are not being cared for sufficiently.

    11/21/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Tuscany Village is an average sized, for profit, nursing home with 121 beds based in Pearland, TX. At last check, the facility had 98 residents indicating that it is 81% occupied which is about average within the state of Texas. The provider accepts both medicare and medicaid programs, and provides resident counseling services.
    This nursing home is not located in a hospital or a continuing care retirement community (CCRC). As of November 2012, the medicare rating for Tuscany Village, was 4 stars, which is a better rating than 89% of nursing homes in Texas. Important to note that this facility has recently improved and has gone from 3 stars to 4 stars.
    We have compared the detailed Medicare data for Tuscany Village with other senior care providers in Texas. When compare to the state averages for staffing, the number of registered nurse (RN) hours per resident per day is higher than average; Certified nursing assistant (CNA) hours per resident per day is higher than average; The number of licensed practical (LPN) or vocational nurse hours per resident per day is about average. The most recent health inspection was on 10/27/2011.
    To view the full report for this facility, and to understand more about its Medicare rating, go to here

    08/21/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    I recently visited Tuscany Village as my parents may need their services in the near future. I was pleased to learn that they have been ranked a 4-star nursing facility by Medicare.gov. The owner, Cecil Barcelo, Jr. gave me a tour demonstrating how this premiere skilled nursing facility sets the standard in rehabilitation and skilled nursing care. They are #1 on my list.

    Description of Tuscany Village in PEARLAND, TX

    Number of Beds : 121

    Senior living is a term that encompasses all the services and living options fostering well-being and happiness: independent living, assisted living, memory care, nursing care, in-home care, and continuing care.

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    Demographic Profile for PEARLAND, TX, 77584


    Male Population
    Female Population
    Median Age
    34.5 Years
    Average Household Income

    Cost Of Living
    Compared to the National Average

    2% Below
    Cost of Food
    9% Below
    2% Above
    3% Below

    Provided By EPA; Closer to 100 is better

    Air Quality
    2 / 100
    Water Quality
    63 / 100
    Superfund Sites
    20 / 100
    Physicians per 100k

    Annual Crime

    Violent Crimes
    Property Crimes