Writing reviews is not my cup of tea, but I feel compelled to share my experience. A good friend of mine was discharged to this facility to recover and get Physical and Occupational therapy after having had a successful surgery. This place is awfully small, so small that maneuvering wheelchairs in the room can be difficult. There is hardly any accommodation for visitors of residents who choose to visit bedside. The staff here are unprofessional and unmannerly, a sad and angry bunch. I would stand at the front desk and nurses' station waiting patiently to be acknowledged and helped. If they happened to look up from what they are doing, they are rude, very dismissive, and not helpful. The nurses have absolutely no bedside manner and go about their duties with the residents with no patience and kindness, and pretend as though guests are invisible. The aides are loud, cantankerous and have attitudes that stink long after you have left this place. Pressing the call button is a waste of time, they come hours after if at all, upset that you are in need of their assistance. My friend who is listed as a two person assist had one aide struggle to put her on the toilet on her own and almost injured her trying to catch her falling. Missed catastrophy, she then left the resident on the toilet unattended and went in search of someone to assist her. The therapy here is a joke, the residents are parked in their wheelchairs and instructed or shown how to perform a task/action and the therapist is off to wheel someone out or instruct or assist someone else. Sometimes they are so busy talking with one another the resident is lucky if they get fifteen minutes of therapy for the entire session. The therapist appear flabbergasted with the more difficult cases (as my friend was), and would very quickly begin to loose their patience. The final straw for me was the medication, which was not being given and not being given in advance of therapy to enable pain management for my friend, even though it was requested on a schedule because my friend has dementia. The nurse lied to our faces, arguing that she had given the medication when she clearly did not as we were with my friend the entire day. The family was refused her chart even though they had PoA. The nurses and aides could be heard speaking ill of us, in the hallway just outside the room because we asked questions and kept on top of my friend's care. The bottom line is this facility is no good. They don't care about the residents, they dislike their jobs and they could care less because Medicare is paying. I have nothing positive or pleasant to say about this place and will never recommend it to anyone, not even an enemy. The place isn't fit for dogs. Save yourself and or your loved one, the harrowing experience of ever having to step foot near this horrible place.