Only go to Oak Hill if you want to die. My grandfather went there for COPD. He was put on a C-Pap machine though he was breathing just fine without it. His primary had him on a strict medication schedule with Hydrocodone & Xanax every 4 hours. The stupid nurse was torturing him by not letting him have his medication but every 6-8 hours, then would start the new time. So instead of taking his meds at 12, 4, 8, 12....the nurse would give him his meds at 12, 6, 12. If he took them early, say 12pm,then 4pm, she would start his new 6 hours at 4pm....so his next set of time for his meds by her calculations would be 10pm. This caused him tremendous pain. His legs started to swell 3 times there size, & when I asked why they were that way, they said, he's collecting fluid. Well, no kidding! Do something!! When he insisted on leaving, they refused to let him leave. When my Uncle picked him up to discharge him, the hospital said he had to get in the truck on his own. His legs were 3 times their normal size!! He needed help getting in the truck. They would not help him & would not let my Uncle help him. When my grandfather was unable to get in the truck, the hospital readmitted him. He died 3 days. He was forced to have blended or whipped food, even though there was no reason for not having solid food. His last days were horrible for him. If they would've stuck with his medication schedule properly, gave him some adequate nutrition, did something about his swollen legs, let him keep his oxygen & not force a cpap mask, and let him leave on his own free will, he may still be here with us today. I'm not even going to get started on the way they have treated my grandmother & a friend of mine. I would rather die in an ambulance on the way to Brooksville Regional than go to Oak Hill.