Maybe it’s time to trade your to-do list for a bucket list. At Hillside in McMinnville, Oregon, you can. Our community is a CCRC (Continuing Care Retirement Community). That means with four levels of care on one campus, including independent living, assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing, you’ll have the fun lifestyle you want and care if and when you need it.
Live where you can connect with your sense of purpose. You can volunteer for your favorite cause or try out a yoga class if you want. Then head over to the woodworking shop to work on a project or rediscover your passion for painting in our arts and crafts studio. You’re not worried about making breakfast because there’s a great restaurant (our dining room) just around the corner, on campus. And in wine country, we know how to do happy hour right with our wine and cheese socials. With several great floor plans, including cottages with garages and private patios, here you’ll have choices—lots of choices.
Levels of Care
Designed to promote nursing and rehabilitation in a high-quality and compassionate environment.
Specially designed environments and associates trained to care for seniors living with cognitive challenges, including dementia and Alzheimer’s.View all levels of care (5)
- Skilled Nursing
- CCRC Entry Fee
- Memory Care
- Independent Living
- Assisted Living
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Life Care at Hillside
Life Care at Hillside is a unique option for a worry-free retirement. Discover the peace of mind our residents experience with accommodations and care that can be guaranteed for life, even if their assets are exhausted through no fault of their own.
As a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), we offer the best in senior living for every age — even if your care needs change over time. Small-town streets with quaint cottages scatter our property, where you'll find farm-to-table dining, shopping, entertainment and more than 10,000 acres of public parks.