My mom was a patient at Crossings East a few times. Every time she needed rehab, she wanted to go to East campus. She loved the staff and they genuinly loved her as well. It was evident in the care she recieved and they were always glad to see her when she came back. The rehab department worked hard to make sure she was able to get on her feet and get home. And she liked the food there too, which is saying alot because my mom was a picky eater. When my mom became terminally ill, we decided to stick with Crossings East for end of life care. It was during this short time, that we ( the family) really saw the integrity and compassion and caring that the staff gave to her and to us. My family is big.. and scattered throughout the country. And they all came to be with her and we were able to be there with her until the end. The nursing staff checked on her and gave her care every hour, checked on us, and kept us updated on all changes, and the kitchen staff fed us but the most wonderful thing to see was her caregivers and staff she considered friends come in and sit with her, hold her hand, talk to her and spend a little time with her before it was time for her to go.. You never forget care like that. It made a very difficult time a lot easier to bear.