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Health Center at Live Oak

Total Care the Way You Want It

The Health Center at Live Oak and its elegant new North Pavilion offer caring options that offer tastefully designed rooms complemented by the kind of nursing and short-term rehabilitation services you would expect from a community affiliated with Willis-Knighton Health System: 

  • Choice of a cozy, comfortable first floor room in the Health Center or a room in the new North Pavilion
  • Traditional furnishings in each room
  • Customized window treatments
  • En suite full baths with roll-in showers
  • Flat screen television
  • Waterfront views from Health Center gazebos and North Pavilion porch
  • Dedicated entrance and parking for North Pavilion

The Health Center has cheerful east and west wings—all fully renovated-- with bright sun rooms and easy access to dining, activities. The North Pavilion is an elegant all-new building designed for private pay residents. All include the full array of total care services.

 

 

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