A Legacy of Living Well
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The variety of residential options, amenities and accommodations across our sprawling and bustling campus is sure to fit any lifestyle or budget.
The perfect balance of independence and assistance. When you need a hand with daily tasks, we can provide as much or as little assistance as you need.
Our team engages residents with memory loss in a way that preserves their choices and dignity in a safe environment while providing support for family members.
Finding Your New Home
Living well at The Village means finding a true sense of belonging as you connect with the community, whether that’s through independent living, assisted living or memory support. Here, you’ll thrive at every level of living … so let’s get started!
Explore Our Floor Plans
With 19 different floor plans available – from cozy efficiencies to roomy cottage homes – you’re sure to find one that’s an ideal fit.
- Get Connected to Knowledge with MyHealthTeam - “When you are diagnosed with a chronic condition, you want one thing: information,” says Wayne Vinson, Sales Leader at The Village at Gainesville. “Our staff is dedicated to helping our residents get the information they need quickly and efficiently. Thanks to our new partnership with MyHealthTeam, residents will be able to find the people, support and information needed to better understand and manage their health.” This new resource, which is free for The Village at Gainesville residents, creates social networks for communities of people facing a variety of chronic conditions, including conditions that commonly affect seniors such as Alzheimer’s disease…
- COVID-19, Vaccinations and the Safety of Our Community - Alachua County, like every county across the nation, has been greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, thanks to a concerted partnership with hospital and health care partners, cities, private partners and the State of Florida, great strides are being made to quickly and efficiently provide vaccinations for members of our community. “Our state has determined that persons 65 years of age and older, as well as health care professionals with direct patient contact, are currently eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Alachua County,” says Wayne Vinson, Sales Leader at The Village at Gainesville, a senior living rental community that…