As a visitor from the outside, the "facade" seems like a very nice, well kept facility. Very clean rooms, spacious dining areas, clean hallways. Being an in-patient / resident of this facility is indeed quite the different story. I recently had the "pleasure" (?) of being a temporary patient in the rehab section of this facility. The DAY shift is a very courteous, caring, knowledgeable and efficient staff. The Night shift staff is an entirely different situation. The *night-shift is a deplorable, ineffective, incompetent, bunch of bumbling bufoons! The night shift is a cross between the Three Stooges and the Keystone Cops...a virtual 3 ring circus! From my very first day in this facility, they dropped the ball on my medications. I gave my first day the benefit of a doubt expecting "hiccups" in my meds until the facility and pharmacy got it's act together, however the "blunders" with medications carried on throughout my entire 10 day stay and only got worse! The staff would either bring my meds hours late, hours early, half the required dosage, double the required dosage, or the completely wrong meds altogether! Thank God I had the mental alertness to oversee my own meds or the place could have just as easily killed me! Calling the nurses station could take anywhere from 15 minutes to 1-1/2 hours for a response or sometimes no response at all! Thank God I didn't have an honest emergency..I'd be dead for hours..."literally"!! I had to literally walk up to the nurses station on several occasions just to get any attention for my meds. I well remember on several occasions, walking up to the nurses station to witness several nurses and cna's hanging around socializing (like a clubhouse) while several patients room call alert lights were lit like the 4th of July for probably several minutes..if not hours....they were totally ignored as were my own calls for the most part. Most of the night staff speak broken English (at best) and are totally complacent. Communications between staff is all but null and void. I would ask for one of my meds and the cna would completely forget me or 1/2 hr. later another cna would show up with the wrong med or wrong dosage or none at all! Quite frankly, these people "scared me to death"! I could not even fathom being a long term care patient in this facility! I went into this facility from 2 weeks in the local hospital as a short-term rehab patient. This was my first time in a rehab facility. I went in with a good and positive attitude and showed respect for all people I had contact with. After a couple days I realized just what I was up against and became seriously worried about my own well being. it was indeed VERY, VERY SCARY!!!! I'm not one to typically take the time to write reviews, but under the circumstances I felt compelled to write this review. I also formerly voiced my concerns to the management. **As I already stated, the "day" shift was fine, but the "night-shift" is a 3 ring circus of bumbling, incompetent bufoons whom I wouldn't entrust the life of a dog! *If they haven't had a wrongful death lawsuit..it's only the matter of when (not if) -----"FACTS"!!!