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The Rio at Mainland Center


1011 Mainland Center Drive
Texas City, TX 77591
Fax: 713-358-0701
Last Updated: October 2, 2014


About The Rio at Mainland Center

The Rio at Mainland Center is Texas City’s premier destination for post-hospital recovery, skilled nursing, as well as long-term care. For those who are not ready for home health care and no longer require a hospital stay, The Rehab Suites at The Rio offers a level of comfort and care unmatched in the area.

Conveniently located adjacent to Mainland Medical Center, The Rio features hotel-style recovery suites, large HD televisions, luxurious amenities, and resort-like services designed to ensure the ease and enjoyment of each guest’s stay.

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this facility is terrible. The staff is extremely neglectful and rude. The DR. are hardly ever there. Several times the staff flat refused to help my grandmother with going to the restroom. She started developing swelling in her feet and legs. I told the staff when I first noticed it. After a couple of days the swelling had moved up to her thigh. I told them again that it might be something serious and the Dr needed to have her checked immediately. Still nothing. The weekend passed and Monday came. When the physical therapist saw how terrible her leg looked they told the head nurse it could possible be a blood clot and if left unchecked it could kill her. It was only then and after a week that they had her checked and yes, it was a blood clot. She had to be rushed to the hospital.

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