I came from the hospital to MC. During the week I was there, my bedding was never changed. The physical and OC therapists were excellent. I had to be proactive and insistent to get the nurses to follow through on my prescribed care plan, though. If left up to them, it would have been skipped each day. Food was tolerable, but not conducive to diabetic needs. Communication between staff shift changes was almost non-existent. However, the biggest problem I had there was emotional abuse, taunting, and bullying from three members of the aid staff. When reported to manager, he promised to take care of the problem. However, the three offenders continued to be assigned to my room. Friends visiting me overheard the same people being mean to another patient. These three also discussed their problems with and dislike for other patients, while working in my room. I overheard private things about those patients, that should have been confidential. Although I need to stay there longer for medical reasons, I suffered considerable mental anguish from the bullying from these 3 aides. I had to call an ambulance to get me out of that very emotionally toxic environment. I could recommend that people try going to MC, if they have family or friends to advocate for them. Most of the staff did good work. However, if your loved one complains of sadistic, emotional a bus, believe them and investigate it immediately.