Reasons to choose us


Quality means doing it right when no one is looking.


The greatest joys in life are found not only in what we do and feel, but also in our quiet hopes and labors for others.


If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.


It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy, that makes happiness.


How do I choose a nursing home or assisted living facility?

Our hope is that this discussion gets you thinking more specifically about your loved one’s individual needs. Once you have an idea of where they fall on the continuum of senior care, contact us to speak with an elder care specialist who can further help you, free of charge. The all-important question: "nursing home vs. assisted living" is something we deal with everyday. Let us help you find a place that will meet your loved one’s need and promote their well-being.

What's the difference between assisted and independent living?

Both facilities provide familiar, homey living arrangements with a range of optional services tailored to suit your needs. Independent living is for those who like living and socializing in a senior community, but may need or want access to immediate medical attention. Assisted living, on the other hand, provides a lifestyle with access to personal and medical help with everyday activities.

Why do people need long-term care?

People often need long-term care when they have a serious, ongoing health condition or disability. The need for long-term care can arise suddenly, such as after a heart attack or stroke. Most often, however, it usually develops gradually, as people get older and frailer or as an illness or disability gets worse.

Can I apply to work here?

You can! Visit our employment page, and read about how to apply, benefits offered, existing postitions, and print out an application.

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The O’Neill Healthcare family of senior communities represents a strong, multi-faceted organization that is highly effective in what we do.

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