My great grandmother was a resident of Quincy United Methodist Nursing home after her husband passed away and she was unable to care for herself any longer. My families experience with this care facility was unmatched. The staff on hand was wonderful, and always there to assist my grandma in any capacity. They always went the extra mile to make sure she was comfortable and happy. They also listened to the families wishes and concerns and addresssed them in a timley manner. The facility physician looked after her health wonderfully, visiting her during checkups and as needed. She was sick only once in the 3 years she was there. Her hygeine was also well looked after, as they bathed her regularly, and always did extra to make her feel pretty. There were also many extra activities for grandma to take part in such as bingo, crafts, chorus, and more. She enbjoyed a social life the likes of which she had not had in years. Even though the facility was a methodist home, the religion was not pressed on the residentgs or families in anyway. The grounds around the facility were beautiful, and she loved to be wheeled around the paths to look at the gardens on sunny warm days. I'd say they looked better than most parks, and enjoyed them myself! I would recomend quincy home to anyone, even going as far as to say moving to be near it so a loved one could live thier would be a well made decision. The care is Un paralleled. It was very relieving to know we did not have to worry about how she was being treated and taken care of. Very re assuring. I have never heard a bad thing said about this home by the residnets or families, and many, including myself, go back and check up on resident and staff they came to know when thier loved one was a resident. I love this facililty and am one hundred percent certain if another family memeber is in need of a facily such as this we will be using Quincy once again!