My father chose this facility for rehab because my family was going to be out of town the day he was released from the hospital and for a further 2 days. He picked this location for convenience. The BIGGEST mistake of his life. Literally. The lack of compassion from the nursing staff, the lack of making sure he was properly fed and had something to drink was unbearable. The only thing that was good coming out of the place was the PT(physical therapy). Every time I came to check on him after work, he said they come around sometimes, but not enough. They refused to wash his clothes because he was only a rehab patient. He was in there about a month and a half. The DAY before he was supposed to be released to come home, he had suffered a massive heart attack. He called me telling me he wasn't going to be coming home, he wasn't feeling good, and that they can't do anything about it until Sunday(it was Wednesday), when the doctor would be able to come by and decide yay or nay on his release. Needless to say he was rushed to the ER by ambulance because my father's girlfriend was there that day, and she demanded it. When he was admitted, he was so dehydrated that all his organs were shut down, and had suffered one, possibly TWO heart attacks that week. When I went to gather his belongings from his room, I knew he wasn't coming back, the receptionist said "No need to worry, my dear, I'm sure he'll be checked out, and sent right back to us", like that's a common situation or something there. That boiled my blood. I got into his room, there was evidence of something amiss. Blood stained napkins and pills allover the floor. Like someone didn't care to see him take them, or bother noticing that something was very wrong. He died one week to the day he was hospitalized. Please people don't send your loved ones to such a thoughtless facility. It might just cost them there life.