Compared to other facilities I've visited (3 in total), this was the worst. The furnishings, paint, etc. seemed run-down. Immediately after exiting the elevators, you'd see patients who were unable to care for themselves, sitting in wheelchairs (many of them). The nurses seemed outnumbered in terms of patients, but many were also not in a hurry to take care of things. Other facilities I've visited were brighter, cleaner, and had more hands-on care. The rooms were on the small side and not very well lit. I never looked forward to the visits there. It felt like some of their least-aware patients were essentially on display by the elevators. Nurses rarely exhibited any sense of urgency in checking on patients, or walking around, compared to other facilities I've seen. The mentality seemed to be more of "get patients out, get a new person in," rather than calling patients by name or interacting with them in a personal way.There was, I believe, an assisted living side of the facility, which I never visited, so I can't speak to their staff or accommodations.