As much as Arthur "Vayle" Hayes enjoyed his three-week stay at the new Center for Short-Term Rehabilitation at Good Samaritan Village, he couldn't wait to go home.
And that's just what staff members at the center wanted.
"When people come in, they are here with the mindset that they are here for a very short amount of time," said Laura Dwyer, admissions coordinator and social worker at the short-term rehab center. "They are here to get back on the road to recovery."
Hayes, 79, got to go home this week just as planned.
"They're very good at it, and I'm very satisfied," he said.