The place has recently changed names to Mission Point Transitional Care. I’ve been here since the end of April. I have had nothing but excellent care from nurses, CNA’s, and the physical & occupational therapists.
Every room is private and the hospital bed has no guard rails (which could be a safety issue), but the room reminds me of a someone’s home bedroom, with a dresser, bedside cabinet and flat screen tv. Each bathroom has a roll-in shower with a shower bench. The floor is carpeted, and no cold linoleum.
One individual, the activities director, Theresa goes out of her way to see if patients want to come and do various activities. She also offers a coffee bar with lattes during the morning on weekdays. I was able to do painting, make jewelry, play games with other patients. If it wasn’t for Theresa, I would have been bored out of mind. Although they have cable tv, you can only watch so much tv, sleep or whatever in your room.
The hospital has a garden atrium which is home to a desert tortoise named, Wild Bill. He’s super friendly and comes right to you.
It was good to be able to go outside and visit with Bill. See photos.
I do recommend Mission Point therapy hospital. I get discharged in two days.