The biggest concern is that the facility is chronically short-staffed and I believe it's intentional because it's part of a for-profit corporation. Sometimes a resident has to wait so long for an answer to a call-light that it borders on neglect. At the time my husband went there, it was touted as one of the two best in the area, but just from my observations I have grave doubts that it merits the five-star rating it boasts of. Most of the nurses and aides are wonderful and conscientious, but there are a few who obviously lack understanding and compassion. My husband is a retired United Methodist minister and as such did not have much in savings; therefore, as soon as his Medicare ran out, I went through the process of qualifying him for Medicaid.