New Albany, Indiana



Lincoln Hills has you covered. Located in New Albany, Indiana, we offer rehabilitation, long term care and memory support.

New Albany, Indiana


Dialysis provided on-site by DaVita

As part of our commitment to providing our residents with the best care and quality of life, we now offer DaVita dialysis on-site at Lincoln Hills. This means residents on dialysis can dialyze conveniently and comfortably—with no more trips to a dialysis center.

By removing the need to travel to treatment, residents experience reduced stress and can benefit from smoother care coordination between our care team, their nephrologist and the onsite DaVita care team. Additionally, residents receive safe, high-quality therapy from a dialysis leader with 20 years’ experience and established and proven clinical procedures.

On-site dialysis eases your burdens and concerns, so you can focus on getting healthier and stronger.

Our goal will always be to provide a better quality of life for our residents.

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Rave Reviews!

  • The staff are great and they care about their patients."

    -Pauline A.

  • It’s the place to go. They take care of you. Everybody is nice. It’s the whole nine yards. Everyone was good. You don’t get the smell that you do in some nursing homes. Everything was clean."

    -Patrick R.

  • I would tell them it’s a fantastic place to take your relative. I would recommend it very highly."

    -Ronnie R.

  • The care was excellent. The attention he received was very good… There is not a better facility in our area."

    -Susan C.

  • For a long-term care facility, it is probably the best I’ve ever seen. I’ve lived in a number of areas in the county, and I’ve worked in a number of them. They are excellent."

    -Pattiejo J.

  • She’s happy there, and that’s the most important thing."

    -Deborah H.