United Methodist Homes Wesley Village Campus

United Methodist Homes Wesley Village Campus

We celebrated Wesley Village's 40th anniversary after wrapping up a multi-million-dollar renovation project at our four campuses. Enhancements here included the brand-new Village Café, in-house pharmacy, extensive upgrades to residents' rooms, dining rooms and lounges, and the addition of an all-new 24-bed short-term rehabilitation unit with private rooms, private entrance, a spa and therapeutic courtyard.More

Quality of Care

License Status
Full
Daily Staff Per Resident
1.00
Nurse On Site?
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24 Hour Nurse On Site?
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Secured Dementia Unit?
No
Memory Care Programs
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Levels of Care

  • Independent Living
  • Assisted Living / Personal Care
  • Memory Care
  • Short Term / Respite Care
  • Skilled Nursing / Long Term Care
  • Adult Day Care
  • Rehab

Living There

  1. Amenities
  2. Eligibility & Pets
  3. Dining
    Housekeeping
    Transportation Services
Religious Services
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Types of Units

  • Private room
    Private Room
  • Combined Shape
    Semi-Private Room
  • Studio
  • One Bedroom Apt
  • Two Bedroom Apt
  • Cottage
    Cottage
  • Combined Shape
    Townhouse

About Company

For Profit/Nonprofit
Non-profit
Parent Organization
United Methodist Homes

Affiliated Communities

No affiliated communities found.

Reviews
Average rating from 5 reviews:
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    Wesley Village has some of the laziest staff including supervisors BUT the worst has to be the Social Worker. The Social Worker is a NASTY woman. She does not belong in the healthcare field. Bullying the elderly, not working toward a proper discharge plan, lying about asking questions and the responses, she should be ashamed. Absolutely despicable!!
    Kelly Luff · 3 months ago
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    In the eight months that I’ve worked at United Methodist Homes, I can truly say it’s a great place to work! UMH makes an effort to make sure that their employees are well taken care of and happy. Not only does UMH keep their employees happy, but their residents as well. When visiting Wesley Village, I always hear residents or their families say how United Methodist Homes has made a positive impact in their lives. United Methodist Homes really does fulfill their caring, connecting, and community motto. In all honesty, it’s fulfilling to know that UMH makes a great impact not only on employee lives, but residents as well!
    Kelsey Dinmore · 7 months ago
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    My wife and I knew from day one that we would sell our home and retire to the Wesley Village Campus. We moved into one of the Brooks Estates Cottages three years ago this past November. Since living here, what I enjoy most is that there is no more worries of shoveling snow or cutting of the grass. However, we do enjoy planting flowers to make our home look beautiful. The activities are unbelievable if you want to participate in them, such as, bridge or pinochle, party on the patio, or a trip for some summer relaxation at Frances Slocum Park. For those that desire it, there is always something to do. Over the holidays there are plenty of parties and activities. We recently had a "Citrus Bowl" party. I've been very happy here and highly recommend visiting the campus if you are looking for a place to retire and settle.
    Emil Augustine · a year ago
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    warm environment, nice decor, great area for dining, caring and professional staff!
    Megan Mance · 7 months ago
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    Working at UMH, I’ve seen a great effort by the leadership team to evolve the company culture to fit the modern employee. They offer a 403b, PTO and a great, affordable benefit program which includes spousal and family coverage. For RNs and LPNs, they also offer a tuition forgiveness program. Most companies that have been around as long as UMH has, are now having to make changes to not only accommodate the current workforce, but also the incoming workforce. As far as I can see, they’re making an honest effort to do so. Campuses frequently have events for employees when certain goals are meant or quality ratings are received from health inspectors. They also have events throughout the year for residents, employees and their family members to attend. They’re actively making an effort to create a company culture that celebrates the hard work that their employees do.
    Abbie Evans · a year ago