I’ve been waiting a few months to post a review. My grandmother was admitted to this hospital in November, due to a stroke. The stroke left her with limited motor skills and limited speech. Anyway, I cannot speak for my grandmothers experience, but I can speak from my own experience. There were a lot of things the staff lacked aside from bedside manner, COMMUNICATION was completely lacking. Communication from one shift to the next was inconsistent, and communication from the nurses to the patient and family lacked. My mother and I spent every day and night with her, and quickly found that nurses were not updating the next shift in regards to the patients needs, etc. This can be vital, especially for patients who have restrictive diets. My grandmother was restricted to a honey thick diet, meaning the liquids must be a certain consistency to avoid choking. A nurse walks in to give my grandmother medicine and hands over water. Before my grandmother could drink it I immediately take it away and say “ her diet is honey thick.” The nurse replies, “ oh it is.” HOW COULD YOU MISS THAT, this overlooked detail could have resulted in another stroke. Communication is just one of many Inconsistency of this hospital, but I feel it’s a vital piece to ensure quaility care, patience care, and to avoid any medical errors that could result in additional injury or possibly death to a patient.