Do NOT bring your family here! This place doesn't even deserve one star. I visited my grandpa here and the first thing the staff did was offer pie or a cupcake with lunch when my grandpa is on a diabetic diet. When I reminded them, they said "oh…so fruit?" It took 20+ minutes for a nurse to respond to a man who rang his alarm in the room next to my grandpa's and I overheard one aide acknowledge the alarm and say, "not my patient" and go back to texting. My grandpa wasn't given his meds and after we saw how much he had deteriorated in three days (he came in being able to eat by himself and left not being able to hold a fork without spilling food everywhere--and NO ONE helped him eat), we brought him back to the hospital that day. The thing is… No aides noticed. Meagan was the only competent and kind one. One night an aide yelled at him because he spilled his water and another one called him needy when he needed help sitting up in bed. when he got to the hospital he said his bottom hurt. Turns out he had sores from being left in a wheelchair for hours. One aide asked how many children my grandpa had. When he responded, she said she'd shoot herself if she was one of his kids. My grandpa buzzed an aide, 10 min later one came in. He said he needed to use the bathroom. She said she'd be back shortly. She ended up coming back an hour later. He was scared to be left there alone. The state needs to come in and do a thorough investigation. This is so much more than negligence. I fear for any person who is in this facility and doesn't have family members frequently visiting. I can't imagine what would've happened to my grandfather if we didn't visit him as often as we did.