Indianapolis, Indiana


Long Term Care

Long Term Care at University Heights. If you need a higher level of care or long term care, this is the perfect place for you or your loved one. We treat you like family.

Indianapolis, Indiana


Care Tailored to You.

At University Heights Health & Living Community, we offer exceptional long term care. Whether it’s comprehensive long-term skilled nursing, respite or hospice care, your loved one is in good hands. Located on the same campus as Community Hospital South, you’ll get the extra care you need.

Registered nurses, certified nursing assistants and licensed specialists make up our team. With their skills and expert care, there are no challenges they can’t overcome. Every patient has different needs and requires different care. And we’ll be there every step of the way. Plus, our experienced financial liaison is right on campus. Available to you with any questions you might have, so you can stay worry free.

  • Personalized care plan
  • Long-term, short-term and respite care
  • Ongoing advice and counsel for residents and family members
  • Around-the-clock supervised care
  • Semi-private and private suites include flat-screen TVs
  • Dining and nutrition services, restaurant-style dining service or in-suite dining
  • Dental and podiatry services arranged
  • Planned activities and programs
  • Hospice care for terminally-ill residents and their families
  • Support services including assistance with insurance
  • Medicare, Medicaid and most insurances accepted

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Rave Reviews!

  • Long Term Care It is a really good place. They have very good therapy there. I would tell them that if they want their loved one to get back on their feet, it is the place to go."

    -Holly M.

  • Long Term Care They have a very nice, sunny physical therapy room. The kitchenette and the rooms were nice. It was comfortable."

    -Kathleen H.