Unique to Greenville, South Carolina, Oakview Park boasts advanced levels of care all under one roof.
We offer chef-inspired dining, wellness assessments, transportation, medication management and more for our seniors who need assistance with daily living activities.
Our small, intimate Alzheimer’s and memory care neighborhood allows us to put each person’s exclusive needs at the center of everything we do.
Welcome to Oakview Park
At Oakview Park, you’ll enjoy 24-hour associates, dietician-approved dining, assistance with the activities of daily living, and a secured memory care neighborhood dedicated to those living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
“My mama has been here about 2 months, she came a week after my daddy died, her husband of 70 years. She did not want to go back home from rehab after my daddy passed away. I decorated her room with a mixture of things from her home of 60+ years, some things from my home and some yard sale buys.The rooms are very spacious, lots of closet space, walk in shower and kitchen sink, microwave & small refridge. The food is prepared by a chef and is excellent. They have lots of activities of which my mama has not been up to yet. She is checked on regularly and was supplied a call button to wear around her neck. The staff and nurses are all very friendly and polite. She has made some new friends. One of the cleanest and nicest assisted living places that I visited.”
“Please accept our heartfelt thanks to you and your staff for the care and loving kindness you showed to my aunt, Mary Reams, during her stay. Even though she stayed in her room more than we would have wished, she was content there and appreciated the help she received. When she was very weak and could only whisper, she said, “Martha, these girls have been so good to me.
We hoped she could have lived a longer time to enjoy the lovely surroundings, activities and good food available at The Park. With our living two hundred miles away, we were confident that she was well cared for.
Again, please convey our gratitude to your entire staff for their care for Aunt Mary at the end of her life.”
Martha D. Nye
“I always felt like I could take care of my mother and allow her to remain in her home. But after several fall and calls to EMS I realized I need to help. While I told my mother we were going to move her into Spring Park she was very sad at the thought of leaving her home. When we walked through the front door we were greeted by several members welding mother. She was so impressed!”