In September of last year, I was going down the steps of my deck and fell. It was a nice summer evening and I was in a bit of a hurry. After falling, I knew that something was broken since I could not walk as it was too painful. It turns out that I broke my ankle in 3 places and had surgery the next morning. I live by myself and needed subsequent care and rehabilitation. I went to Kindred and stayed there for 2 months. The staff was very nice and most of the nurses and doctors were very good at what they did. There were a few drawbacks. There was a woman in the room next to me who had her tv on very loud and it disturbed me. (the tv's do not have headphones) I mentioned it to the nurses and they spoke to her about it. It was ok for a few minutes then she turned up the volume once again. I believed that she should have been in a room where she would not disturb other patients. The other drawback was that the facility was understaffed but most of the workers were good at what they did and worked very hard. The other drawback was the doctor who treated me at the facility. I saw him only 3 times during my stay and he acted as if he was in a hurry and didn't care about my welfare. While I was there, I met a few very nice people and still visit them there and talk to them on the phone.