The Life Care Centers of America story began in 1970 when Garden Terrace Convalescent Center, now Life Care Center of Cleveland, was built in Cleveland, Tennessee. With a highly trained staff of caring associates and a beautiful building resembling a home environment more than a traditional nursing home, Life Care embarked on its more than 40-years of experience in care — with a consistent focus on the resident as the highest priority.
No longer simply nursing homes, Life Care offers more services in order to meet the needs of residents and patients across the country. Through the years, Life Care added Alzheimer’s and dementia care, assisted and independent living facilities, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, and on-site physicians.
Life Care continues to look for innovative ways to enhance resident and patient care. The same passion for resident-centered care, that started in 1970, still fuels Life Care today.
Today Life Care operates or manages more than 200 skilled nursing, rehabilitation, Alzheimer’s and senior living campuses in 28 states.
Life Care Centers of America is more than just nursing homes. While skilled nursing and long-term care are central to Life Care's services, Life Care also offers premier inpatient and outpatient short-term rehabilitation, post-acute short-term rehabilitation and post-operative recovery; many facilities offer on-site physicians to serve residents and patients.
Alzheimer's and dementia care, independent and assisted living facilities and retirement communities are available at many of Life Care's locations. In some cases, these services are offered together on continuum-of-care campuses.
Life Care Centers of America helps individuals meet their care needs regardless of what stage of life they may be in. While some types of care are more common among certain age groups, Life Care Centers of America prides itself in providing full life care — it's even in the name.Find a Location Careers
Life is filled with an array of highs and lows, successes and disappointments, happiness and sadness.
Each week, Life Care President Beecher Hunter shares a message of hope, encouragement, and celebration of our blessings to those in the Life Care family and for the public at large.
The themes emphasize that true joy arises from obedience to God and is best measured through service to others.
We're excited to return for a fourth year as a Walk to End Alzheimer's National Team. We’re motivated to continue working together in 2017, with the plan of building upon last year’s success.
Battling Alzheimer's disease has been a priority of Life Care Centers of America since the opening of our first facility in 1970. It is our prayer that we can provide an environment that allows our patients with Alzheimer's and other types of dementia to be encouraged, appreciated and loved. Our hope is for a cure. A cure that can save the memories and dreams of millions of Americans who live with the disease. Like the Alzheimer's Association, we also dream of a world without Alzheimer's.
If you would like to learn more about our 2017 team or make a donation, visit: http://act.alz.org/goto/LifeCareCorporate.View the Spotlight on Walk to End Alzheimer's