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Elderhealth & Living


382 B South 58th Street , Springfield, OR 97478

(855) 840-7257

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Amenities at Elderhealth & Living

Property Info

Emergency Services: Less than 7 Miles

Shopping: Less than 8 Miles

Recreation: Less than 1 Mile

Resident Capacity: 95

Number of Units: 10

State License #: 4613

Semi-Private Units

Private Units

Furnished Units

Air Conditioning/Climate Control

Washer/Dryer in Apt

Full Kitchen

Emergency Call System

24-Hour Staffing

Employee Background Checks

Parking Provided

Beauty/Barber Shop


Chapel Services

Children's Reading Program

Animal Visits


Full-Time Activity Director

Social Events

Trips & Outings

Spiritual Activities

Exercise Classes

Live, On-site Entertainment

Educational Opportunities


Outside Patio/Gardens

Computer/Internet Access

Cable/Satellite TV

Pet Policy: Pets allowed after assessment

Special Meals: Diabetic,Kosher,Low-salt,Gluten-free,Low-fat,Pureed,Renal,Vegetarian


Walking Paths


Nurse Availability: Day On Site;Night On-Call

On-Site Medical Visits: Geriatric physician

Medication Management

Diabetes Care

Help with Activities of Daily Living

Transportation to Appointments

Other Transportation Provided

Guest Meals


Home Made Meals

Additional Languages Spoken: Spanish, German, French

Description of Elderhealth & Living

Liz von Wellsheim, Nancy Koll, and Ronda Perkins joined their experiences in nursing, management, and memory care to create ElderHealth & Living (EHL), a thriving residential care community and health center for persons with memory loss. All three owners live in the area and are hands-on in every aspect of daily operations. EHL's unique campus design, made up of nine homes that accommodate 10-11 residents each, allows our staff to develop relationships with each resident, learn their daily routines, and understand their needs through the progression of memory loss. By seeing each person as an individual, we use their strengths and interests to provide the best care possible.