My wife was transferred here for more advanced testing and care a few weeks ago; she stayed a few days. During that time, we found nurses and doctors both willing to listen, answer questions, and work together for her health. I view myself as my wife's protector and advocate, so know that I can be a tad irritating in that regards sometimes. Nevertheless, the staff remained consistently courteous with me (and I did my best as well). Physically, the campus and rooms were clean and orderly. The precautions and cleaning routines certainly appeared up to par for controlling contamination. Parking was free and I never had an issue finding space as I came and went. I ate at the basement cafeteria twice and found the food to be pretty good (I would even go on purpose) and it was reasonably priced. Interestingly, the cafeteria offers some choice in meals for patients, although it is standard patient/hospital quality in that respect. The only down-side regarded my own access to the restroom. My wife's room was on the ICU hall (although she wasn't really ICU). I was instructed not to use the toilet in her room for understandable reasons. However, there were no other restrooms in the hall area that I could use; the closest facility was through the controlled access point in the family waiting room. Anyway, although I am nervous about seeing the bill, it was the right place for her to receive care.