When looking for a place for my loved one, they made their facility sound so nice, but its so much different once you get your loved one into Lewis Memorial. They are over priced and way UNDER STAFFED. They have 1 nurse and 2 aides. If 1 resident needs a bath, it takes 2 aides to assist which leaves other residents to fend for them selves for 30-40 minutes. My loved one had to sit and wait 35 minutes for them to come help him to the restroom. My loved one had to sit on a filthy toilet seat all day, before house cleaning came to clean his room. The nurses were suppose to do some tests on my loved one for 3 days, but that never got done. My loved one had doctor appointment and they didn't wake him up until 15 minutes before they were suppose to transport him to his appointment, which meant that they rushed to get him ready that they didn't put a sweater on him and they didn't put his wheel chair feet on his wheel chair, which meant that I had to push him all the way to the doctors with his feet up in the air. I had an issue where one of their employees told my loved one that she had other patients to tend too and she didn't have time to keep taking him to the bathroom every 30 minutes. If your loved one has a controlled diet, they don't maintain or help your loved one watch what they eat. If its on the menu, they can order what ever is on it, which leaves your loved one that's on a low carb diet or low sugar diet, to eat what ever they want. You would think when your loved one is placed in a Private room and you pay the high price for that section, that you would get better care. That is not true. They don't care about the resident, they only care about the money, and they have the nerve to call their place a CHRISTIAN facility. What Christian would treat their elderly the way they do? What really bothered me is that the head nurse/supervisor would see their residents call light on and just walk right on by or a nurse would do the same. Nope my loved one didn't stay long here, that's for sure.