Legend Oaks is fairly bad, and the only reason I'm moving my dad there is because they are close. It is bare bones, and the hallways have nothing on them. They have a central nursing station that has this annoying beeping that is going on constantly. It has poor reviews on the internet. I have been dealing with a difficult and testy head nurse who as of today she and I had a little heart to heart on the phone because she was so testy. She was testy to me, she was testy to two people at hospice, and she was testy to my sister. Under normal circumstances, I was seriously considering dropping them altogether and going to somebody else. I do not desire to have to deal with the stress of dealing with her every time I go in there. I even called the business office there, and I have called the administrator there; I have not done that at all with any other place. They need to know that this lady is a pain. She was a pain to deal with, she was a pain to hospice, she was demanding, and she has just made this entire move difficult to start with. I have heard from people who had family there, and they said they have good skilled nursing care. That is the heart of any nursing home. You can do without pictures on the wall, and you can do with it being sterile. It is very sterile and uninviting. It is the kind of place you wouldn't put your dog at, and that is how I felt when I walked in. I also know that in end of life, you have to be very involved, and you have to be there a lot. This is only 8 miles from my house as opposed to 35 to 40 miles for any other. It makes a lot more sense for me to have it out with the nurse and get things on an even plane and be able to be there as opposed to being 40 miles away and not be there. Other than looking at it, I haven't been able to walk through the door. But I just had a horrible one week experience dealing with this woman. The room is dark, sterile, with mismatched furniture and is not inviting. But I've heard good things about their care, and that is what it really boils down to. I don't know what the food looks like, and the dining room is bare and sterile.