“The service at Carrus was so much more than I expected. Keeping my family informed was important to me and my recovery. Any time I needed something, someone at Carrus was there within seconds. Everybody took such good care of me. They not only cared for me, they cared about me. They took me in and fixed me up.
I can’t say enough good things about Carrus. They were so good to call my wife, Cheryl, any time they were preparing for a significant procedure, so she could be there. In fact, she wasn’t restricted to specific visiting hours.
One of the things I liked best was the quiet. And everybody encouraged me. To the Carrus staff I would say, ‘Thank you!’ I owe you my life.
Carrus is the best place to be!”
“I am not exaggerating when I say that there was not one person at Carrus who didn’t treat me like I was a member of the family. I got to where I loved them like family, and I think they did me too.
The facility is great. They have a courtyard with a turtle in the pond. And there’s a big pond out back that’s just full of koi. There’s a sidewalk that goes around it, and my daughter would bring me fish food in little bags.
I’d spend two or three hours out there in my wheelchair on a nice day, feeding the fish. I’d share my fish food with other people so they could feed the fish too. I really enjoyed that.
I was happy every morning I woke up there.”