To provide quality,customized care to our patients,working as a team to maximize patient potential for an improved quality of life.
Thursday, May 31, 2018
My cousin was here after a car accident. Not only were we able to take him home, but he was treated very humanely. The nurses were dedicated and the PT team took him from the bed to being able to walk assisted. We are all grateful for the care our family member received, I know he's very grateful with everyone at Kindred Brea too!
Friday, June 15, 2018
The staff at kindred Brea treated my father in law with great care and dignity. The hospital is clean, the food seems ok, and the administrators are helpful. The pain management and PT were the highlights though, they were our main concerns but we have no complaints!
Monday, April 16, 2018
The rehab team here is amazing! I liked the communication with the nurses and respiratory technicians. Always very polite and professional. My mother came here from St. Jude, and the care was just as good and professional. I was able to take mom home thanks to all the efforts of the team at kindred Brea.
Monday, Nov. 13, 2017
One of my family members recently stayed at Kindred Brea for a few months. The nurses were very professional and caring (special thanks to Amanda, Vickie, Hector) and the RT team was good too. The physicians were good, the hospital is small so you get to know everyone. Kellie the social worker was very nice too. Visit hours are flexible and the admin team is available, the CEO is always rounding and was very nice and reasonable. This place made a difference for our loved one, I definitely recommend Kindred Brea.
Monday, April 9, 2018
Administration staff is very unprofessional, and tells their own staff to cut down on treatments for patients. Even their "nurse practitioner" had the nerve to tell the patient that they won't prescribe anymore treatments due to their disputes with your insurance.
Watch out for Dr. Khabaz. He's an Executive VP who will make medical decisions for the benefit of Kindred over your patient!