Gateway Living, 25 Years of Loving Care

Gateway Living features a unique campus-style setting where one can feel at home while receiving 24-hour personal care and service.

With four locations across the Eugene/Springfield area, each Gateway Living location has a specialty and focus. Discover what each has to offer by making an appointment to visit.

For 25 years, Gateway Living’s compassionate staff has provided quality memory care to Lane County residents. At Gateway Living, find well-trained, dedicated staff working at a locally owned campus.

The staff provides 24-hour a day personal care to our residents, assisting them in daily routines, and encouraging them to remain as active as possible. All residents are offered activities to help them enrich and enjoy their lives, while receiving caring, professional assistance. 

Residents enjoy many weekly activities, including arts and crafts, bingo, pet and music therapy, trivia, pinochle club, dice and card games, exercise classes, walks, movies, and much more.

Home-cooked meals, activities, and cleanliness are just some of the winning points, but it is the staff that typically wins over the families.

Each campus consists of seven houses with memory care units specially designed for individuals who are living with dementia. All the houses are beautiful custom-built, safe, and secure. A registered nurse is always on duty and residents enjoy home security that includes nurse call systems from their individuals’ homes.

Gateway Living staff take pride in maintaining a cheerful, family environment where loved ones can feel safe and at home.

Gateway Living Adult Residential Care
Location (address):611 N. Cloverleaf Loop, Springfield,
OR 97477
Phone: (541) 744-9816
Hours of Operations: M-F 8 AM – 5 PM, or by appt.
Other links. https://www.oakwaygolf.com/

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