OAK CREST VILLAGE INC
Rating: 4 stars 4 reviews
Issues: Human Services, Seniors
Location: 8800 Walther Boulevard Parkville MD 21234 USA
Mission: OAK CREST VILLAGE PROVIDES SERVICES NEEDED BY SENIOR RESIDENTS, ALL OF WHO RESIDE IN 1,501 INDEPENDENT LIVING UNITS, 121 ASSISTED LIVING UNITS, AND 193 SKILLED NURSING BEDS THE SERVICES WE PROVIDE TO OUR RESIDENTS INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, HOUSING, FOOD, MEDICAL, SECURITY AND MAINTENANCE SERVICES, RECREATIONAL AND PASTORAL ACTIVITIES
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Both my parents were residents of Oak Crest Village before they passed away. The whole community was so nice and everybody was very welcoming to my parents. The apartments were more spacious then any other retirement community that we visited in Baltimore County. It was a topnotch community and I would recommend it for your loved one.
We're very pleased with how things have gone with clients that have moved into Oak Crest Village. It's a great place, the community itself is clean, well kept, and just nice looking in general. It also has a great layout for those with memory issues, there are no branching hallways, everything leads towards the central common area. We also like that it really feels like a "community", not just a facility, everyone is very friendly. They also do a excellent job with the food! It is high quality, well balanced, and well portioned.
Oak Crest Village is a beautiful independent living community in Baltimore County. They also have assisted living and nursing care if you need it. They are is a great, safe location close to shopping and a lot of dining options as well. The elegant surroundings provide a backdrop for the many activities that residents participate in.
These folks tried to keep the room deposit money after my loved one passed away. You don't want to deal with these folks. This place is not recommended.
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