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Brooksby Village

100 Brooksby Village Dr, Peabody, MA 01960

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3.8

(41 reviews)

Offers Assisted Living, Continuing Care Communities, Independent Living, and Nursing Homes
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2015

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Reviews of Brooksby Village in Peabody, Massachusetts

3.8

(41 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.1

  • Staff

    4.2

  • Food

    3.4

  • Activities

    3.5

  • Value

    2.8

Top rated on Caring.com

2015

Jerry

5

November 18, 2023

I visited this facility

Our tour to Brooksby Village was excellent. The community was vibrant. It had good facilities, good amenities, and good walking paths. It is one of the larger communities. So, it seemed to be that it would have everything that we needed, especially a sense of community. The lady who gave the tour was knowledgeable and responsive. This was the first facility we toured and she was very helpful in bringing up issues that we need to address as we do this search. The dining area was very nice.

tjcb

2

November 7, 2023

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My parent was a patient in the Memory Care Unit of BBV. The unit is extremely understaffed. The food is terrible. At times I have visited, there isn’t any staff in site and patients are left unsupervised. Don’t be fooled by BBVs glitzy sales team.

Tannenbaum

1

October 10, 2023

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Brooksby Village Peabody has been on a steep downward trend for the last several years regarding quality of food, availability of dining options, and inadequate number of medical professionals. The latest development is the failure of their combined phone and internet system which has been mostly down for more than a week! These issues are critical components of any continuing care community and Brooksby is failing their mission quite miserably.

Brian McC

2

June 14, 2023

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

The new phone system at Brooksby Village Peabody has been down for three days. When I call to speak to a manager to discuss the next steps. The operator would not transfer me to a manager. The operator said I could speak with security. Very poor management of a very serious issue.

Tannenbaum

1

November 21, 2022

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Two areas are seriously in need of improvement: Food and medical services. For goodness sakes, please improve the food! Good tasting, nutritious food is critical! Regarding medical services, two physicians and one nurse practitioner are simply not enough for a facility of Brooksby's size. You need at least one more full time physician. Why can't Brooksby hold onto female physicians?!

Nancy

5

March 29, 2022

I visited this facility

The Brooksby Village was lovely, there are several buildings there, and the facility was beautiful. The woman we met with was nice. They offer everything there is to offer. They have a gym, they have an indoor pool, they have recreation and card rooms, and billiard rooms. It's a very large place. We saw the smallest apartment, which was a one-bedroom apartment. It was not large, but it was adequate for people.

Patricia

5

March 24, 2022

I visited this facility

Brooksby Village had independent as well as assisted living. I liked that it was gated. The one-bedroom apartment was pretty OK. It had a den and the den made it spacier and I liked that. They had nice buildings. Everyone seemed very nice, and the place seemed clean. You just have to buy the home before you can move in. The staff during the tour was very nice. The meal I had was good. The facility was good. That's the #1 on my list so far. If I had to choose among the ones that I've seen, so far, I would choose Brooksby Village. They had swimming, exercise classes, and a pool table. Some of the apartments had a balcony and a small washing machine and dryer.

Linda

5

February 11, 2022

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My mom has moved into Brooksby Village. We chose it because it's really nice, and it's got the continuing care aspect. She's in independent living. If she ever needs assisted care, she just has to move her apartment. They have nursing home care, too. The food is excellent. She has just moved in last week. They didn't allow anyone in for the longest time, and I think they said they had one case. Now people go in, and they just wear masks.

Robert

5

July 9, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

I know people who live in Brooksby Village and they think it's great. I thought it was too big for me. It has long corridors. It's going to be a long walk from the apartment to the dining room. They have 1,800 residents, and it's overwhelming. They have the younger age group, like 60s to 70s. That's what I was looking for because I'm as active as a 67 years old. It's a nice place, but it's expensive. Everything has to be paid in extra. If you want something done like having someone to handle your medication pills, you pay extra (which I guess is alright because it's an affluent place, and the people that are there are on the wealthy side). The grounds were nice, and they have a beautiful courtyard. There's plenty of amenities, and the food was very good. You dine with linen tablecloths and waitresses that were dressed. The people who cooked there weren't cooks, but they are chefs. It's an upper bracket place. They have a medical staff, a nurse, and a little dispensary, so that was a plus.

Marcelyn

5

April 21, 2021

I am/was a resident of this facility

We're in Brooksby Village. We have a huge unit, it has a full kitchen, and there are five restaurants here. During COVID, they did very well with keeping people safe and everything. The restaurants just opened yesterday. There are all kinds of activities -- a pool, a jacuzzi, and a huge gym -- everything you can think of. They have a CVS, a bank, a dentist, a medical center, two grocery stores, and a pub right in here. Basically, the unit that we're in is 1400 square feet. The staff is wonderful. The restaurants are serviced by kids from high school who are working towards scholarships. There's a big scholarship fund here. The food was good before COVID. During the shutdown, it was all delivered to your door. We ordered it and pre-ordered it, and I think they had trouble with the chef because the food wasn't coming in that good. It's getting much better now. You can go to the restaurants now, and they've got five different menus. Tonight, I'm going to the restaurant for the first time, so I think things are looking up. There are three huge buildings here: 100, which is Town Center; 200, and that's Kingsbury Court; and Building 3, which I'm in, which is McIntosh. Each building has four separate building centers attached, two on one side and two on the other side, so there are twelve building units. I can go from here at McIntosh all to way to Town Center, which is fast and all indoors. They have all-glass bridges that go from one building to the next, so you never really have to go outside if you don't want to. It's very, very clean, and the upkeep outside and the grounds are beautiful. It's ninety acres. The layout is wonderful because if you're older, and there's really bad weather or snow, and you want to go all the way over to Town Center, you could go from building to building without ever going outside. They have all these beautiful, all-glass bridges that go across. Facility-wise, they have a full gym, a huge Olympic pool, a jacuzzi, all kinds of games, a putting green, bocce ball, game rooms, music rooms, a library, and two hair salons. There's plenty of activities every single day. There are clubs, and you can even start your own club; they'll even give you money to start it up.

ReviewerRD12222020e

3

January 21, 2021

I visited this facility

I went to Brooksby Village, and I decided I wasn't interested. This was when the virus wasn't so bad, so they had a time when you could look at the facilities. I was looking at independent living and asking about assisted living and memory care, and for independent living, it would have been for myself and my husband. I found that it was expensive, putting so much money down, and that the units were not that large. Their memory care, when needed, already had a waiting list, and that was extremely expensive. The staff was very nice. I saw the dining area, but with Covid, I would not be interested in doing that. The staff was very good. The facilities looked nice and clean, but there were way too many of them for me. It was a very large scale community.

Richard

5

January 13, 2021

I visited this facility

I went to Brooksby Village yesterday. I was very impressed, it was a very good place, and possibly for me. The staff was extremely professional, well trained, they had a big sales office, and it was a big place. It was huge, and they had every possible program you could ever want. I saw one unit, a one-bedroom with a den. It had a living room, a dining area, a kitchen, a bedroom, and a den. It was very nice, and they do them all over before somebody moves in, and you have all kinds of choices on the decoration. You can choose your paint, and you can choose your floor covering. The one I toured had carpeting on the floor, but I don't want carpeting on my floor, I'm an oriental rug fan, and I wanna bring my orientals from home. It was a little bit steep up front. They had four restaurants, one in each building, but I didn't share a meal. It was very well planned.

James

4

December 2, 2019

I visited this facility

Brooksby Village is like a big city with multiple buildings. They've even built upper bridges from building to building. It's primarily independent living for the most part, which means that you have to walk to where the kitchens or the dining rooms are. They have a very high fee when you come in through the door, which is about $89,000. They claim that up to 90% of the fee is refundable. You're just renting the place, you're not buying in, and that's ridiculous. It's one thing I don't like about the place. It's a small area where they take care of assisted living, and they take care of the resident's unit, or they assist if you have problems. There's a little corner I have been closely looking at, but the place is just too big and my mother wouldn't like it there. If you're independent you don't need the help, and if you have the money the monthly fee would be less, but you have to pay the upfront fee which is really high. The staff members that I met during the tour were all wonderful.

Isabella

5

July 9, 2019

I visited this facility

Brooksby Village is spectacular, but it's huge, it's like a city, and it's way too big for my father. The facilities are beautiful, the dining area, the food, and the staff is spectacular, but it's absolutely huge. There are endless clubs, you can do anything you want, and there's a pool and an exercise room.

Betty

5

August 1, 2018

I visited this facility

Brooksby Village met my needs. The rooms are spacious, clean, and very attractive. They have very extensive activities and there are a hundred clubs. They have many special trips and events. They have a pool, a computer room, game rooms, and a very large community with the ability to travel throughout the community in the covered, weather-protected corridors.

searching for help

1

March 7, 2018

I visited this facility

Arrived from out of town to search for facilities In the area that would best for the needs of my husband and myself. We expected at the least to be warmly greeted and provided with information to help in our decision. Instead we were told you had to make an appointment to be given any infformation by a salesperson with an attitude. Enough to never return or tell my colleagues this is not for us.

Charles

5

January 30, 2018

I visited this facility

Brooksby Village is a very large campus with multiple buildings, many activities, and high residential population. The food is very good. They have a swimming pool and all the activities that any senior community could offer.

lovingkin

1

January 23, 2018

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

This is a continuing care facility in name only. It's ok for folks when they can live independently, but once they need more medical care, it's horrifying! There's no other word to describe it. Dr. Mulder, my parents' primary care doctor doesn't listen to his patients (this is from my firsthand, observations). When my father was in the rehab (Braeburn) skilled nursing center due to hospitalizations stemming from Parkinsons, he was supposed to have OT and PT 6 days a week, but he was lucky if he got it 3 times weekly: The aids seem overworked and understaffed; the social worker (Lindsay) is in the wrong profession. She treats the patients with no compassion and family members with little respect - rarely calling people back even when they've called and left messages 3 times. As a social-worker, I expected her to work to help the patients and their families get well enough to leave the rehab and train the family to know how to care for their loved one so that s/he would be able to return to an independent life. But instead, she works her hardest to move people out even when they are clearly not strong enough. She should not have the power to make the decisions that she quite clearly doesn't have the foresight and understanding to make. Her attitude is one of 'it's your problem, not mine!" Honestly, with the money paid to Erickson, we expect them to follow through with their end of the contract and provide quality care for our parents as they age, not cut corners on food and compassionate, capable care. Please spare your parents this experience. It truly is heartbreaking!

Ronald

4

August 22, 2017

I visited this facility

Brooksby Village had many amenities like stores and a real bank. There was no underground covered parking. It's a huge complex, but they require you to park your vehicle outside and they take you to places by private bus. They also have a very nice exercise room and I saw three restaurants within the building. They had a convenience shop within the building as well. I didn't taste the food, but it looked good.

Very ticked off

1

July 25, 2017

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My mother was a resident there, independent living could have been better for her providing she knew other people. You had to pay extra for anybody to take her out and about common areas to socialize, unfortunately she was not outgoing as she was at the beginning stage of Alzheimer disease. She had to be moved to assisted living and it all went down hill from there. Most of workers do not speak fluent English as well as inexperienced, there fore it is very hard for residents to understand them. They shipped my mother out to the hospital before they contacted me and she laid on the bed outside emergency room for an 1 1\2 all by herself. Other bad incidents had happened after that but the worst was when influenza had been going around my mother was not feeling well, not eating much they tested her the flu. In the mean time started her on an antibiotic. I checked on her daily and would confirm with care takers that nurse was over seeing her daily. She wasn't getting better after 3 days and no test results back I contacted her Doctor after leaving. Never heard back from him, but got a call from facility about 3 1\2 hours later and they were sending her to hospital. Needless to say they lied about what her symptoms were on the phone, it was because of me contacting doctor about how concerned I was. Unfortunately she was so dehydrated that she had accurate kidney failure. I talked to every person all the way up to the top to get to the bottom of the problems in every situation and everybody would lie to cover it up!! One worker said "oh we thought she just had the flu" It was their job to make sure everyday that she was eating and drinking etc. I moved her out of the facility!! Other issues arose after because of this neglect and she passed 5 months. Save your money this place should be shut down!! They are a disservice to the elderly. Looks of the facility are not number one, the care that is given to the residents are NUMBER ONE!!!!

Virginia

4

July 17, 2017

I visited this facility

Brooksby Village is huge. There are 1,700 people. It felt like living in a hotel. Their independent apartments are like walking into a hotel room or building, which is the main reason why I decided I didn't want to live there. It's very clean and nice, and the staff is wonderful. It has all the amenities that you could possibly want. They have several dining rooms because they have so many people, exercise facilities, a bank on-site, and a pharmacy. It's just too big and too much.

Joan661770

5

May 10, 2017

I visited this facility

Brooksby Village was spectacular because there were so many things that a person could do there. The staff was so attentive to their clients, who were all independent living except for a very small portion of assisted living and rehab. It was an excellent community. The apartments were very lovely and very reasonably priced compared to other places. They only had one meal a day included in their fees, but you could have three meals a day. The security and amenities were top notch. It was an extremely thought-out community.

Jean244717

5

April 25, 2017

I visited this facility

The lady at Brooksby Village was wonderful at explaining to us all about how things work. She gave us a very complete and very good walk-through. The place was huge and there were so many wonderful things in it. There were five dining areas and a couple of nice, big libraries. They had doctors and nurses on duty 24/7. It was like living in a village.

Eileen364152

5

April 11, 2017

I visited this facility

I found Brooksby Village. It was absolutely excellent and wonderful. It's the best I looked at among six or seven different places, and they have everything you need. The staff couldn't be nicer. You could go on January 1st and not come out until December 1st, and you'd never need anything. They have every facility you can think of, wonderful medical staff, and a bank and stores. There's a pool, gym, and 120 different activities and clubs. They even have their own TV station, wood-working shops, and arts and crafts.

Niece of a resident

2

October 6, 2016

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My aunt is a resident of Brooksby, and has been for fifteen years. For her, it seems to be a good fit. I recently paid a visit, and stayed in one of their guest rooms for several days. I'd say I had more than a taste (literally) of what it's like. The campus is HUGE, and there is a lot of walking involved to get around. The walkways between buildings are enclosed, so there's no need to go outside if you don't want to. There is a very small pharmacy, bank, library, and fitness facility on campus, and a small lap pool. The food is marginal. I'd say it would be at or below what you'd get at a food service on a college campus. What I found the worst part, though, was the air. The place was very stuffy, and had "that" smell, that nursing homes have. There are a lot of activities that people can involve themselves in, if they choose. That's a plus - and that works well for my aunt. They have small outdoor garden plots for folks, which is also nice. Other than that, there is very little enticement to go outdoors.

Leonard362321

4

September 15, 2016

I visited this facility

Brooksby Village is very nice, but it's expensive. It’s multiple separate buildings, and there’s a lot of walking around between buildings -- which is why we did not go there. The staff seemed very nice. It’s on a street which is just off a major shopping highway. I didn’t see the supermarket, but I’m told it’s fairly close.

Nascarjo

1

November 17, 2015

I am/was a resident of this facility

Terrible medical care. I am a 30 year+ nurse. I only expected the best care for my mother. The medical staff at BBV is less than sub standard. Poor oversight and follow thru. You would think as a private pay resident you would have preference if a skilled stay is needed. NOPE on 2 occasions no bed available for skilled care. Stay away. Far away. Aweful am medical team

Anonymous114844350

4

October 28, 2015

I visited this facility

We visited Brooksby Village. We like the cost the best; it was the most affordable. Everything was nice, but the affordability was first and foremost. The dining area was very nice and very clean.

Bev11

5

November 7, 2014

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Brooksby Village is independent and is very good. The facility is clean and good. It’s probably about 8 years old, and it’s pretty well-maintained. I had no problem with the cleanliness. The staff was ready to meet us when we wanted family meetings with them to see what was going on, and they were good about that, but when asked questions and looked for answers we just got the answers. The staff would like be in the kitchen and the dining room, and the meals were good there. We didn’t have any problems with the staff in the independent living facility. They had a lot of activities; they have movie nights, and they get a bus that would take them on Wednesdays to the theatre and different places like shopping, karaoke nights and cards. No problems for 10 years with the independent living. She had a one bedroom; the space was adequate, and she had a nice view from her window. She enjoyed that and she could look out on the trees and the little pond.

Pamela23

4

October 27, 2014

I visited this facility

Brooksby is close to where we are and I have a couple of friends that they put their moms in there and are very happy. I like it because it’s like a village in itself; it has a hairdresser, restaurants, and post office, and it has everything there that they need so that if they can’t get out, they don’t need to. It was an excellent experience; they were helpful, explained everything in detail, took us through the facility, were very in-depth with her, and made sure she was comfortable. Mom has one bedroom, bathroom, and a combination living room and kitchenette. The staff was involved to the point where you want them to be. They do a complete exam, application of what her schedule is for the day, meds that she needs, what help she needs, and where she doesn’t want help. We just decided on the place and we are waiting to get her in. They have get together depending on what they do; they have classes, they have bingo, and you can either make a reservation for yourself with a lunch or dinner or make it with a group, very society oriented. They had us stayed there for lunch and try the food. She was very happy with it, and they can also suit it to her diet if there are certain foods that she shouldn’t be eating, it's catered for the patients.

Caring92946350

5

August 29, 2014

I visited this facility

Brooksby Village has a lot of different apartment sizes and layout. It's a larger campus with many things to offer. They have several dining areas and the menu appeared to be the same for each dining area. I think they have a formal dining room and as well as a casual cafeteria. I saw that they have a list of activities, although I didn’t observe them. The staff was very informative and knowledgeable. I would recommend this facility because I thought that it's a well-run facility with many different opportunities for the assisted care.

Caring74491450

4

August 13, 2014

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My friend is very happy at Brooksby Village. They do have activities like tours and concerts, bus trips and classes. Yes, I have eaten there and the food is good. She has a two-bedroom apartment and it is beautiful. The place is very friendly and very warm.

Caring95188450

4

June 30, 2014

I visited this facility

Everything at Brooksby Village was good. We liked it. The sales staff was very nice and wonderful. It is a very large community with 1300 units. The rooms were nice. I think they were a reasonable size and reasonable price. They have a full assortment of activities and lots of community involvement. We were impressed by that. What I like best about this community is the variety of activities and eating establishments, i.e., restaurants and cafes. However, it was 22 to 25 miles from Lexington, and we wanted to be near my son. Secondly, the buy-in would be vulnerable if there were long-term care, and we want to protect our Medicaid trust.

Caring73321350

3

November 22, 2013

I visited this facility

Brooksby Village was nice. The staff was fine and our friend who lived there liked it. We had a good tour. They had a lot of activities. The only problem I had with it was the terrible location.

Just Visiting2

5

August 28, 2013

I visited this facility

Brooksby Village is a lovely facility. They have both independent and assisted living. Everybody has their own apartment, yet there is a dining room that they can go to. They have everything that you need there. They have exercise rooms and even stores for their residents. Their staff is very nice and very happy. Their residents are very bright, very modern and obviously very wealthy. Not everyone is accepted there because you have to be of certain income bracket. It is a very expensive facility. I would definitely recommend it if they can get in.

Gloria10

5

June 26, 2013

I visited this facility

Everything was lovely. Brooksby Village looks like a very fine community. It's on my list to places that I'm going to consider. The staff seemed to be very, very nice. They answered all of my questions. They were very open and willing to share information. They gave me everything I wanted. If you're looking for a place in Massachusetts, I would say it's a perfect place.

stalar

4

June 22, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Brooksby village is a beautiful campus. It feels a lot like a college campus only with much better food and livin conditions. There are many ameneties including shuttle service, dining service, and all kinds of activities. I have dined here a few times and rate the food as above average. It is on par with the food that you get at your typical college cafeteria. My mother and father and law have their food included with their rent and we can their for a small surcharge. But the best part of Brooksby village is the fact that you never have to leave if you need more care. They have all kinds of levels of care available. Unfortunately, both my mother and father have had to progress in the level of care that they receive. The staff that helps them is absolutely wonderful. They are very caring and professional.The staff that handles the business side of the operations is another matter. They are often very rude and do not communcate with us well when my in laws require more care. Over all, I am very glad that my in laws chose Bixsby Village, we have great piece of mind knowing that they are well taken care of.

BostonBro66

4

June 12, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My uncle is a resident at Brooksby Village, and I am very happy with his standard of living there. The employees are courteous and friendly, and I'm always impressed with how nice and taken care of the place looks. My uncle couldn't be happier with the relaxed lifestyle, and you can tell from talking to the other residents that they feel the same way. The facility is close enough to Boston for us to catch a Red Sox game or go the aquarium now and then, but he can always find something to do closer to home if he doesn't feel like moving around. I wasn't sure what to think when my uncle said he wanted to move to a place like Brooksby, but now that I've seen it for myself, I know he made a good decision, and I have peace of mind knowing that he is safe, happy, and doesn't have to worry as he enjoys retirement.

nursemass

4

May 15, 2012

I visited this facility

Brooksby village is an assisted living facility located in Peabody, MA. Senior residents have the option of living in private apartments. I visit this facility frequently to perform nursing assessments on two senior residents. Broosky village is very well maintained with 24 hour security. Senior resident apartments are spacious and kept clean. There are shared facilities such as fitness center, indoor swimming pool and computer room. Residents cook their own meals in their own apartments. There is an onsite restaurant to serve residents who cannot cook. I like this facility also because they have an onsite medical center with nurses and doctors providing 24 hour care. I highly recommend Brooksy village to senior residents looking for an assisted living facility that offers increased privacy.

beeeckie

5

March 16, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I love Brooksby Village of Peabody, MA. My grandmother moved there several years ago after selling her home to downsize. The first time I visited her, I was envious of the wonderful accommodations that are provided for all residents! My whole family is happy she lives there, and more importantly, so is she. Any time a service call is made for heating, water or the like, the service technicians show up promptly and address the issue. The on-campus shuttles are very courteous and prompt. There is a definite friendly atmosphere among the residents, and staff are always helpful. I would recommend Brooksby Village for anyone who is retirement age and looking to downsize their living space and live in a great community.

kate1

4

February 17, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Brooksby Village is a wonderful place for elderly community members to live. The housing is more than adequate with many choices of apartment styles. They offer full dinner service daily that caters to residents needs. The wait staff are always willing to help and often can be seen chatting with residents. Brooksby also offers assisted living care in their Renaissance Gardens facility. Renaissance Gardens is filled with caring nurses and assistants that ensure a comfortable stay. Brooksby Village also offers many activities to keep residents busy throughout the day. Some of these activities include clubs and groups, exercise classes, and arts and crafts. Brooksby Village offers transportation around campus and off campus for those members who are unable to drive. The campus itself it very well kept. There is a beautiful pond and fountains and wonderful gardens that can be seen around the campus. Although the price of living there can be on the higher end, it is a wonderful community to belong to.

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About Brooksby Village in Peabody, Massachusetts

Brooksby Village is a full-service, maintenance-free community designed exclusively for retirees, age 62 or better. Located on 90 picturesque acres in Peabody, Massachusetts, Brooksby Village is a private campus kept secure day and night by a team of professionals trained in emergency first response. We're the ideal choice for active seniors who want to live a vibrant, engaging, and purposeful lifestyle in a setting that's both safe and beautiful.

Like a small town under one roof, Brooksby Village offers an abundance of opportunities to keep your mind, body and spirit thriving. Stroll to any of our three spectacular clubhouses through climate-controlled, glass-enclosed walkways that connect all of our community buildings. Here you'll find all the resources you need to enjoy a spectacular retirement, including a fitness center, indoor heated pool and hot tub and six restaurants serving healthy, delicious meals created fresh each day by our own personal chef. Other amenities include a computer lab with high-speed Internet, billiards and game room, creative arts studio, fully-equipped woodworking shop, classrooms and even a performing arts studio. Not to mention a bank and 24-hour ATM, a beauty salon and barber shop, a convenience store and an on-site pharmacy that delivers to your door!

Brooksby Village also has an on-site medical center staffed by physicians who work exclusively at our community. These licensed geriatricians are experts in meeting the unique health care needs of older adults. They will work with you to design a wellness plan that will keep you strong, independent and feeling your finest for years to come.

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