September 2018 Do not leave your loved on at Thomas Circle Rehab. My mom went there for rehab after being discharged from GW hoospital from having pnumonia. She checked in at 1pm on a Wed. Thomas Circle did NOT give her any of her 12 medicines until 8am the next day. During the night her oxygen dropped. On Thursday, I went up abet work and she was in a semi-private room which was stifling with no adequate air flow, and the room was hot. They had brought her a dirty fan with dust and grime in it, which they had placed three feet from her face. They had not gotten her out of bed all day. I got her up, and then she went back to bed. I asked the nurse to check her oxygen and it was 77, anything below 90 is very bad. I asked the nurse what she was going to do and she responded, "I have to give meds, so I'll be back in twenty minutes." I got the head nurse who turned up her oxygen and gave her a treatment and I told her to call 911. Needless to say, her pnumonia had returned, but it was from another bacteria she likely got at St. Thomas. I am 100 percent sure that my mom would have died if she stayed there. All of the staff is Nigerian, and most likely not trained in the US. They are not trained or equipped to handle really sick people, so please do not send you loved one there because they will most likely not survive. This is a for profit facility and I am sure they cut costs by hiring low-paid staff. Their savings come at the cost of substandard staff. Don't let the nice lobby fool you. Thomas Circle has a premier assiteed living facility, but it's standards do not transfer down to the Thomas Circle rehab.