I was a patient at Kindred last April. Everything seemed okay until it was time get a bath. The bleached blonde nurse simply stripped me naked and left me lay there for something like two minutes while she talked shop with her co-workers and granted admission to at least two other irrelevant females who seemed to do nothing more than watch. Then she permitted two or three other people to stick their heads in door. All-told, some five people saw me naked, and not a single one was justified. Not even the bather. Right next door is another hospital (Dayton Rehab) who drapes whatever part of he body they're not washing at the time. For example, if they're washing an arm, everything else is modestly draped (even the top half), just as it should be. Bottom line: the patient leaves the procedure with same level of human dignity that he came there with. But what goes on at Kindred is nothing of the kind. Honoring someone's privacy and dignity comes down to taking less than two seconds to put a drape over his private parts. If my human dignity isn't worth two seconds of their time, then they must not think much of me. If it's truly this easy to respect a patient's dignity, but Kindred nurses simply choose not to, it seems abundantly reasonable to question their motives. Whatever they are, they can't be very good --- and to me, this is the very definition of patient abuse. And it goes on there day in and day out; indeed, I daresay that Kindred Hospital is churning out hundreds or even thousands of patients who are being made to feel exactly the way I do. I didn't feel that I deserved that, and neither does anyone else. Toward the end of my stay, when I started demanding to be draped across the private areas with a towel (something I shouldn't have had to ask for), and when I did, the nurse who bathed me said to me, and I quote directly, "I seen you downstairs (below the waist), you ain't got nothin' there anyway." Yes! She actually said that to me: a stage four cancer patient who was already upset. And as far as I know, she is still working at Kindred today. A disgrace, people ... an absolute, utter disgrace.