In the AL facility, they have a physician who sees/treats the residents, or they can continue to go to their regular doctor. My mom told me that she told the nurses she will continue to see her regular doctor. My mom has dementia and couldn't even remember the doctor's name. My mom is mostly confined to a wheelchair, and the logistics of getting her into and out of a car for doctor visits overwhelms me just thinking about it. Those of you with a loved one in AL, do you use the doctor there or still take them to their previous doctor? My mom was in skilled nursing at this same facility for 6 weeks prior to going to AL. The doctor and nurses there treated her, and I actually felt like they took her into account instead of just re-prescribing the same meds the way her former doctor did. I am the lone ranger in her caregiving, so this would all be up to me to make happen. I was hoping to catch my breath a bit when she moved to AL, and not have to continue the endless parade of doctor's appointments. What do you do?