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Reviews of The Bridge at Columbia
DarleneIUYHQ May 11, 2016
I am a friend or relative of a resident
The atmophere is very nice, homey, and professional at The Bridge At Columbia. My mother doesn’t participate in very much, just bingo once. I know they had a 100th birthday party just the other day, so they definitely do activities. The food is excellent. The facility is very nice, too. They will drive my mother with their transport vehicle to her appointments, and when they’re all done, the office calls them to take her back on the bus. If there's an emergency, they do whatever they need to do, like call 911, on the spot. They’re really good about what I’ve seen them doing so far.
Edga August 27, 2013
I visited this facility
The Bridge at Columbia was beautiful but expensive. It was a new facility. It was very clean. I talked with some of their residents because I want to know how they like this place and they seemed happy being there. I saw their activities and they were very good. I never did eat there but I saw their menu and I was pleased with it.
gaudrhin October 06, 2012
I visited this facility
The Bridge was a very homey facility. Its clean, it's open, and the employees have caring looks behind their eyes. They had asked for people to come dressed in costumes to help with a Halloween party and costume contest for the residents. I dressed up as Data from Star Trek, my friend was a hippie. We served punch and cookies, danced with some of the residents, and talked. We talked a lot. There were about two dozen people in costume helping- some were volunteers like us, some were employees. The contest began with us being introduced one by one in our costumes, then the residents voted by clapping on who their favorite costume was. I think Star Trek was a little after their time, because I was definitely not recognized in my costume. I don't remember who won, but I really didn't care. It was fun, and the residents really seemed to enjoy the party.
From The Bridge at Columbia
Located just south of Nashville on the south bank of the Duck River, we are just minutes away from an array of local historic sites including the James K. Polk Home, the Columbia Athenaeum and the Rippavilla Plantation. A short 30 minute drive to Franklin, Tennessee, will allow you to enjoy the excellent shopping and dining Cool Springs has to offer. Since 1999, when The Bridge at Columbia first opened its doors, we have thrived on the notion of community, the strength of neighborhood, the comfort and warmth of extended family, and the hospitality befitting good friends. Both our residents and associates embrace and reinforce the Bridge at Columbia tradition with long-term loyalty and dedication. It is this strong sense of community that makes The Bridge at Columbia such an easy place to call home.
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