From the Provider
Lakewood Meridian is comfortably nestled in an established residential neighborhood. The retirement community's beautifully landscaped 10-acre site is complemented with mature pine and Aspen trees as well as delightfully flowering gardens. Sitting in the gazebo, overlooking the pond and a peaceful brook, youâll discover just the place to enjoy tranquility by yourself or with others.
Our outdoor patio is also a great place to spend time with family or friends for afternoon tea while gazing at our park-like setting or watching a competitive putting contest on the community's putting green. Or, if you prefer, our living room provides a great view of the many activities enjoyed by residents on the grounds of Lakewood Meridian.
Our retirement community's gracious dining room with a fireplace, private dining room, and outdoor patio dining area is enjoyed by all. A complimentary hospitality bar, library, craft rooms, billiards room, theater, hair salon, and country store all highlight the variety of amenities and conveniences available at our community.
Lakewood Meridian is located close to the Rocky Mountain Foothills on Jewell Avenue between Wadsworth Boulevard and Kipling Street. With Hampden Avenue to the south, 6th Avenue to the north, and Highway C-470 (the loop around the Metro Area) to the west, our community offers easy access to the City of Denver, Denver International Airport, and to various mountain resorts.
Our community's location also is convenient to banks, places of worship, doctorsâ offices, hospitals, medical services, shopping at Southwest Plaza, or dining at the nearby restaurant row, all without the characteristic traffic congestion of an urban location.
Reviews of Lakewood Meridian
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The health center has was to high of a turn around, every time I am there I see several new CNA'S. I can not possibly see how that is good for the residents, Prior to the new management it seemed as though the staff stayed longer and management was involved with the staff and residents. It is a battle to get any of the nurses to comply with orders from the doctors. Tasks as simple as putting lotion on dry skin, changing residents so they do not sit in soiled cloths and they seem to have a huge issue with dignity issues....every time I am there my loved one has dry food on their face, 2nd day worn cloths and their hair not combed. Management tells family members how life is going to be despite wishes from the resident and family. It is a rat race that needs to be controlled. It is so unfortunate that all of the directors seem to only be concerned with how good they look and will throw anyone under the bus as long as they look good. FAKE! I would never recommend anyone to bring their loved one here, it's over priced with horrible care.