Hi there. I have had to rely on several nursing facilities in my time (mostly due to surgeries by a not-so-good Dr.) and I have found this facility to be the closest to a 5-star of any others. I chose Lexington Ct. 6 times and was never sorry for my decisions. This was due primarily to a responsive staff, well-prepared food that even a picky eater like myself enjoyed (thoroughly).. Due to personnel changes you may experience variations at some nursing facilities but Lexington Ct. was always good for me. / When choosing a facility for your loved one you'll find that each patient will have a unique experience. If you want "really good" this facility comes closer than most. Thank You.
My ex mother-in-law has been at this facility for the last three months. She was put there when her son was suddenly hospitalized (he was her caregiver) and there was no one to take care of her needs. I have been there on more than several occasions and it is very nice and sweet smelling on the main floor.with very modern up to date living facilities. I was very impressed. Upon getting on the elevator and getting off at the second floor is like being thrust into the "twilight zone,".The stench of urine is so strong along with other foul odors. The floors in the rooms are dirty with old furniture. I can only assume this must be the floor for the medicade patients. My grand children hold their finger under their noses when they go up to the second floor and are always in a hurry to leave. I truly pray her son a speedy recovery so he can hurry and get his mom back home.
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