Yes, they are nice people. Yes, the place is clean. However, they do not have enough people to take care of your critically ill loved one. They do not have enough people to care for everyone there. My mother was in there for only 12 days, and because of the lack of treatments, she returned to ICU within 12 days. I went to this place every day to check on my mother, because I felt that something was not right. If I had not gone to check on her the last day she was there, I feel certain that she would have been dead the next day. She could barely breath. This was at 6 pm in the evening. I felt like if someone competent had checked on her during the day, they would have seen that she was in distress and called and informed me that she needed to go to the hospital. I asked that they check her oxygen level. It was at 64. Normal is 90 and above. The nurse decided she needed to be put on oxygen to help her breath until the ambulance came. They brought 3 oxygen bottles before they found one that had oxygen in it. My mother was in the hospital with a colasped left lung with a mucus plug in it. This is directly linked to the lacked of the breathing treatments that she received. She was in the hospital another 20 days before she able to get out. That is when I made a decision that she would come home and I had home health care come in. I have spoken with other people that have had other incidents with this nursing home. If your loved does not need much care and is in pretty good health, then this is the place for you. If your loved needs critical care and is not in good health, then I can not offer you much hope. The medical profession cannot tell you where to go, but they know have knowledge of the kind of care that nursing homes give. When you mention Park Manor, they just have a sour look on their face. If you choose this nursing home, do not trust that they are doing everything that is required, You have to check every day.
Pros: Beautiful Place
Cons: Not enough staff