About Our Community
We have promised ourselves that we shall always treat our residents as we would our own loved ones. Nothing less than our best will do.
This is the promise that the staff at Emeritus at Oxford – and throughout Brookdale Senior Living communities has shared since 1989 – when our community first opened its doors. It’s a simple promise to become extended family to the seniors entrusted in our care and to our residents who have chosen our retirement community for its active lifestyle.
The Perfect Location
Emeritus at Oxford in Oxford, Mississippi has your perfect location – Spacious senior apartments, warm community environment and none of the worries of home maintenance! Our retirement community is nestled within the charming city of Oxford, Mississippi. Emeritus at Oxford puts you minutes away from Oxford Square’s dining and shopping amenities; as well as, concerts and athletic events at the University of Mississippi. If you are a golf fan, there are four golf courses nearby. If you enjoy fishing, there is fishing Enid, Sardis and Grenada Reservoirs, just a short distance away. We are also one hour away from Tupelo, Mississippi and Memphis, Tennessee.
A Wonderful Selection
Great care has been taken to include special features that embrace your comfort, well-being and safety. All apartments (excluding the studio) include a patio or balcony, which is perfect for your favorite potted plants, bird feeders and flowers. You choose how to enjoy your retirement. You can invite your friends over for coffee, play a game of bridge, host a catered dinner for your friends, enjoy a visit with your grandchildren, or maybe you simply would like to enjoy the peace of mind a quiet and elegant home offers.
Our community offers one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and studio apartment selections. They also include fully equipped kitchens, 24-hour emergency response systems, huge walk-in closets, and individually controlled heating and air conditioning.
Strong, Caring Professional Relationships
We are closely connected with our health providers. Physician offices are very convenient as they are located at our front door. If you loved one need special medical attention, we can simply call your physician and receive direction regarding their condition. Baptist Memorial Hospital – North Mississippi is just down the street from our community and we are in constant contact with hospitalist and their staff.
We are extremely caring and compassionate. We believe in being attentive and uplifting. We very much enjoy spending time with our residents. We are all a family – staff, residents and resident’s family.
Our Community Lifestyle
A Wonderful Active Lifestyle
We have an ongoing and ever changing schedule of social, recreational, and spiritual programs to promote friendships and shared interests. Our senior living community regularly hosts activities and events; such as: arts and crafts, card playing, concerts, socials and exercise classes.
Emeritus at Oxford host the Alzheimer’s Support Group and Caregivers Luncheon monthly. Our support group and Caregivers Luncheon provides our residents’ family members a support system. We also host the Reach To Recovery Support Group, the Lafayette County Women’s Forum and a Men’s Group at our community.
We offer restaurant style dining in our grand dining room. We also offer customized menus for our residents with different dietary needs. We’ve had a few residents tell us that their favorite meal is the fried catfish, hushpuppies, seasonal vegetables, and baked potatoes – each meal comes with your choice of cornbread or a roll and of course, dessert of the day!
Darryl Fisher the President and Founder of Ageless Aviation Dreams made a special trip to Oxford, MS to honor of our very own military heroes that call Emeritus at Oxford home. Ageless Aviation Dreams is a non-profit organization dedicated to giving back to military heroes by traveling across the country and giving “dream flights” in [...]
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This past Halloween we held our first ever Trick or Treat Costume Party here at Emeritus at Oxford. It was a rainy, nasty Halloween night here in Oxford and many of the children were afraid they weren’t going to be able to trick or treat. We were already planning an indoor event with games, prizes, [...]
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