My father was temporarily placed in this institution for twenty-one days back in May 2016. If I had custody over him at the time of his placement, I would have never, ever placed him in this miserable setting. For anyone who has a discerning spirit, this place is extremely dark. The entire wing my father was assigned to stank horribly like urine. The first day he was there, his roommate, also a new patient, was clearly unstable and incoherent and walking around with a cane. He was unsupervised and fell straight backward onto my father who was bedridden. Thankfully my father was not hurt, and good thing this poor man fell onto my father and his bed instead of going straight backward onto the concrete floor. As far as the staff go, there were some older nurses and aides who conveyed a care for my father or the elderly in general. However, I feel sad that they are stuck working among many younger aides who were smart-mouthed, unprofessional in speech, and had a demeanor sopped with apathy. I was told, "We're not gonna just jump when you need something" and "We're not gonna take an hour to feed your father." The home was clearly understaffed, and nurses were seen working doubles regularly. One RN was observed outside of my father's room clearly overwhelmed with her situation stating, "I can't deal with this anymore." The facility's doctor had my dad doped up on medical marijuana "to stimulate his appetite.". However, staff were not taking the time to feed him all of his meals, at times leaving 75% of his food unfinished. He was emaciated, not to mention that the donabinol pills (marihuana) diminished what little cognition he had left. Thank God I was able to get custody of my father through the courts within a reasonable time period and get him out of there. Worthy to mention, I had even phoned Tuesday 5/31 (three days ahead of time) advising the appropriate social worker that a court order would be in hand on Friday, and I would be removing my father from the facility. I asked her to have all the necessary paperwork prepared so there would be no delays. Not only did she NOT get anything ready for discharge, but she never even showed up for the 11:00 AM appt. I had scheduled with her to go over discharge paperwork. I waited until 11:20 A.M. before the front desk staff could contact her. There she was, walking down the hallway in jeans and sneakers as she was shirking her responsibilities. When I questioned her about the discharge meeting and whether or not she was going to sit down with me and go over the paperwork, she stated, "No, you can talk to the head nurse at the nurse's station and tell her to provide the paperwork." Inept! Unprofessional! Irresponsible! She did not even have my father's prescriptions ready -- which I had specifically asked for! I had to search out the facility's physician's assistant on my own in order to have these scripts written. From a professional's perspective, I'd like to add that the head administrator was regularly seen inappropriately dressed for the healthcare setting, wearing jeans, golf shirt, and sneakers. This is not respectable dress for someone running a healthcare institution. If you care anything, anything at all about your family member or friend who needs institutionalized care, do NOT place them in the custody of this facility. I would not even kennel my pet there.