Description of RoseWood Village at Greenbrier
Caring with H.E.A.R.T.
In 1983, the Sameer and Virginia Tahboub family envisioned a new level of specialized, service-oriented long-term care for seniors in Charlottesville, Virginia. Since the inception of RoseWood Village Assisted Living & Memory Care 35 years ago, Virginia and Sameer Tahboub have been operating on the Guiding Light Principle of Caring with H.E.A.R.T.™, which is made up of a set of Core Values (Honesty, Excellence, Accountability, Residents First, and Teamwork) that help guide the team to provide the highest level of trusted care and services to their residents and their families every day.
OUR VISION OF LIFESTYLE
RoseWood Village Assisted Living communities are warm and charming with a reimagined Main Street style that truly feels like home. Our dedicated, welcoming RoseWood family of well trained and friendly team ensures that our residents receive personalized, stimulating and attentive care where they will enjoy life and thrive.
Our residents find that friendships bloom amid the daily activities that engage them with our team and their new neighbors in their small-town home. It is a place of fun, joy and laughter, just like home should be.
Our distinctive, Main Street design allows our family of residents to enjoy small town amenities like an appointment at a beauty or barbershop, a visit to a cafe, or a relaxing show in the movie theater. Residents read or engage in group discussions in the library, enjoy restaurant-style dining with background music, or take a nature walk in an outdoor garden. Other choices for our residents include a pleasurable visit to the spa, an invigorating workout in the fitness center, or a refreshing dip in the pool.
The village atmosphere is enhanced with themed gathering venues. Take a visit abroad to our Out-of-Africa Lounge, or experience uniquely American cultures in our French Quarter and Key West Lounges.
RoseWood Village is where we have made assisted living comfortable, lively and inspiring.
We believe it’s never too late to live happily ever after.