3 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Jefferson County, AL

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Galleria Woods

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
3850 Galleria Woods, Birmingham, AL 35244
"Galleria Woods was very nice. The people were very kind, very nice, and showed me all around. The location of the facility itself was very attractive and tucked in the woods. They served three..." More

St. Martin's In-the-Pines

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
4941 Montevallo Rd, Birmingham, AL 35210
"St. Martin is a much older facility, but it's very well cared for. I have three friends that live there. They have Bingo, Bridge, and jigsaw puzzles. They take trips to the stores. The rooms are..." More

Kirkwood by the River

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
3605 Ratliff Rd, Birmingham, AL 35210
"Refund Plans: 100% of Entrance Fee with discounted Assisted Living and Nursing Care; 50% Refund with lower discount for Assisted Living and Nursing Care (Price 50% of Entrance Fee)." More

Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Jefferson County, AL

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Jefferson

  • Review of St. Martin's In-the-Pines

    St. Martin is a much older facility, but it's very well cared for. I have three friends that live there. They have Bingo, Bridge, and jigsaw puzzles. They take trips to the stores. The rooms are ve... Read more

    Juanita
  • Review of Galleria Woods

    Galleria Woods was very nice. The people were very kind, very nice, and showed me all around. The location of the facility itself was very attractive and tucked in the woods. They served three meal... Read more

    Michael256504
  • Review of Galleria Woods

    We were very impressed with Galleria Woods. The grounds were well kept, and they are in the process of redecorating and renovating. We could see where things were in bad repair, and they keep up wi... Read more

    John117081750

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