Northview Health and Living
Your Road to Recovery Starts Here
Located near the campus of Community Hospital Anderson, Northview Health & Living specializes in short-term rehabilitation and long-term care for those who are looking for a rapid recovery or need additional time to heal after a recent hospitalization or surgery.
Whether your loved one is transitioning from the hospital to home, or planning to reside in our community, we are here to meet all of their needs with dignity and respect.
Our person-centered approach to care is delivered by a compassionate and highly skilled team of caregivers who give around the clock care.
Private Medicare suites are available for those recovering from an accident, surgery, or hospitalization.
Northview residents enjoy a comfortable atmosphere with numerous activities and opportunities to socialize. Each private suite includes a flat screen TV, mini refrigerator, and dining area. The facility also offers free wi-fi.
- Private Rehabilitation Suites
- Semi-Private Rooms
- Restaurant Style Dining
- Full Social Calendar and Activities
- Free Wifi
Northview Health and Living Services
Our person-centered approach to care is delivered by a compassionate and highly skilled team of caregivers who give around the clock care. Click here to learn more about our services.
Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy
Adult Day Services
“Having therapy here at Northview Health and Living has really challenged and changed me. I was very weak before I was admitted and began my therapy. All of the staff have been positive, encouraging, and kind. Just what I needed. There are plenty of activities to keep busy and I feel cared for, safe and secure here.”
– Resident, S. Jacobs
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