St Anne's Nursing Center appears to be very quiet and peaceful from the outside. There is plenty of parking for guests as well which is a major plus. The inside maintains and matches the exterior feel, spacious and peaceful. The staff, including the front desk receptionist, are very courteous and greet you with a smile upon entering and leaving the premises. The facilities are clean and far from what has been described to me by friends and acquaintances of most nursing homes as "smelling like death". There is a very interesting sun room where the patients can relax. The glass window to the sun room houses a mini zoo outside where different colored parrots fly around and perch on the balcony. There is also an older piano located here along with TV, couches, round tables and comfortable chairs. Of course, it is wheelchair accessible as often as possible with more than one elevator on each floor. The patients appeared to be comfortable and had good communication with the nurses and other staff. The nurses particularly made an effort to ensure as many patients as possible were involved in the chaplain service. Overall, I can't really say that there were any negative comments. I have made subsequent visits here and have been met with the same treatment and atmosphere.