My papa was sent to this horrible hospital for rehabilitation. When he arrived, he was told on pulmonary floor that he needed to be in ICU (had rapid heart rate and low oxygen level ). So what does uncaring staff do? 1) Doctor ignored that decision and sent him out of ICU anyway to a normal floor with complete disregard for my papa's serious condition. 2) Papa wasn’t eating because they were giving him diabetic food when he was not even diabetic. 3) Papa (a brave, military war veteran) just wanted staff to shut the door and some privacy, so people passing by wouldn't see him exposed and naked when they pulled him out of the bed; this embarrassed him greatly, but staff didn't care. Fourth, they moved him to another room in the corner beside a man who kept falling out of bed and needed 24 hour care, so papa couldn’t get to the bathroom nor sleep since staff came in constantly for that patient. So, he had to keep a urinal down below which turned his legs and testicles dark black until my stepmother brought some pads for him. I was appalled at this callous treatment from staff to anyone much less a military veteran who fought for their freedom!!! So, my papa couldn't eat, sleep and was stressed out. So, what do you think that will do to one with rapid heartbeat and low oxygen levels--lead to a fast demise, and that is exactly what happened, after only being there for FOUR days. When he was dying, there was no sense of urgency nor caring, I don't even know if this "staff" was truly qualified in this type of emergency. A nurse was arguing with another staff member over decisions being made for my papa as he lay dying and taking his last breaths. My papa was the most important thing in my life, and for him to die in that way devastates and hurts my family and I so DEEPLY. He didn’t deserve that horrible treatment; he spent all of his life helping people. I rarely write reviews, but I had to do this for my papa because I know he would not want this to happen to someone else and their family. My papa’s siblings and my brothers and sister tried but didn’t make it in time to see Papa before he passed. My aunt was driving as fast as she could from Charleston, my sister on the plane trying to get to Papa and then to get my phone call that he was gone, and they couldn’t even say goodbye. Can you imagine the PAIN!!! I would not even send my worst enemy to this horrible place. I ask staff who treated my sweet papa in such a deplorable manner and caused such pain to my family, "What if that was your own family member that was dying? Would you have treated them in the same uncaring, disrespectful way???