Please do not put your loved one in this facility. My grandmother was 93 and spent a little over a month there before she slid out of her bed and hit the cement floor. She was then placed in a wheelchair and left at the front desk, where they tend to leave all of the residents. My family was not notified. When my 96 year old grandfather got there for lunch, hours later, she was sitting there yelling in pain. He tried to wheel her to her room but couldn't, so a nice PT assistant came out and helped him. She was then put to bed, where she stayed until 8:30 that night, when they came to take xrays. It was 4:30 the following morning when they got the results and she was taken to the hospital for a broken hip, which they repaired with surgery but she never recovered from, and she passed away last Tuesday. Falls happen, especially with the elderly. I don't blame the nurses or CNA's, who for the most part were wonderful and caring. Most of them are doing the best they can, but they are short staffed and overworked. What's not right is how it was handled. When we called to tell them she was in surgery, the social worker felt the need to tell us that "yeah, her and her husband made quite a scene out at the desk when he got here yesterday." And when her son went down there try to get to the bottom of what happened and asked to see the report from her fall, it was explained that there was a flood in the office and it couldn't be found at that time, so we asked that it be sent to us. Almost a month later, we still have not seen a report, which we can only believe doesn't exist, since no one was notified of her fall that morning. I believe at one time this was a great facility. It has obviously gone downhill. I don't want anyone else to go through what we went through. Please, put your loved one somewhere else.