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Hillside Retirement offers all the conveniences of many large continuing care communities, but it stands apart from most in many ways. When you first arrive you will notice that it is a beautiful community aesthetically. The cottages/ apartments are well maintained and the landscaping is gorgeous. The food at both rest...Read more Hillside reviews
Not sure if this is a place i would recommend. My mom and dad lived there for five years until they were evicted on the grounds my dad was being difficult. My mom spent two plus years in their memory care unit. The care givers and med aides were nice but they had no activities for the residents, even though they had a ...Read more Hillside reviews
Honestly. If you love your parents. I would not recommend this place whatsoever. The staff is very limited in the assisted living area. They do not have enough residential aids to assist all of the residents. The residential aids try their best to help the residents but when it is 4 of them taking care of 40+ individua...Read more Hillside reviews
I am a very happy occupant of one of the upgraded apartments in the Manor. Moving to the Hillside Manor has given my life a real boost and new direction. The food is so outstanding I have to be really careful not to over eat. Great thing: I don't have to cook it or do the dishes! The residents made me feel so welcome f...Read more Hillside reviews
McMinnville is ideally situated halfway between the major urban areas of Portland and Salem providing McMinnville nursing home residents access to some of the best medical care in the state while retaining the peaceful surroundings of a small town.
Protected by the Coast Mountain Range, the weather here is mild during the summer and winter months.
Nursing homes are facilities specially-equipped to care for patients who have serious chronic illnesses or disabilities requiring skilled nursing. Seniors in assisted living homes, however, need assistance with some or all of their daily living activities such as preparing meals, bathing or taking medications. To learn more about assisted living, see our article on McMinnville Assisted Living.
The Willamette Valley Medical Center is right in heart of McMinnville, close to many of the city’s nursing homes. The modern facility has all the latest tools to provide the best care possible to McMinnville nursing home residents. There’s state-of-the-art imaging service with an open MRI scanner, one of two in the state, providing quality images without the claustrophobic feeling of traditional closed MRI scanners. The Center’s new high-speed CT scanner captures images of whole organs in seconds helping physicians quickly diagnose patients in life-threatening situations.
The Center has just added a brand new 20-bay Emergency Department and the flexibility of the new department’s design enables beds in the Intensive Care Unit to be shared with the Emergency Department wherever the need is greater.
Open 24/7, the Emergency Department continually strives to reduce the time McMinnville nursing home residents must wait for treatment.
McMinnville’s central location offers nursing home seniors the opportunity to seek treatment at major metropolitan hospitals such as Oregon Health & Science University in neighboring Portland to the north or Salem Hospital in Salem to the south.
Spend time with family at one of the several parks scattered across the city. Wortman Park, one of McMinnville’s largest parks, is filled with an abundance of trees and a small stream running through it. It’s a great place to relax in nature under the shade of the park trees.
The Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum is home of the largest wooden flying boat, Howard Hughes’ “Spruce Goose,” with over 150 historic aircraft, spacecraft and exhibits. The museum’s IMAX theater is the largest in the Pacific Northwest.
Summer arrives with the opening of the Thursday Farmers’ Market and Brown Bag Concerts. At Noon on Thursdays, seniors can enjoy lunch with live music by artists performing everything from Celtic to blues, jazz to folk, and swing to Latin. Take a quick visit to the Farmers’ Market stalls for delicious treat or snack. It’s a great destination as an outing for McMinnville nursing home residents.
Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom.
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