Our Lady of Hope

NOW PRE-LEASING  •  CALL TODAY: 804-360-1960

The Short Pump Café
Artist's Rendering

The Gathering Place
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In the News:  "Senior care community in Henrico County making progress on expanion"  by Alexandra Cline, Richmond Times-Dispatch

Compassionate Care Without Compromise

New Assisted Living and Comprehensive Rehabilitation Expansion Now Underway!

With the expansion of our Assisted Living as well as a new Rehabilitation wing, Our Lady of Hope will offer contemporary accommodations and quality rehabilitation services to promote your recovery. Our goal is to help you attain the highest possible level of independence, whether you are a long-term resident of our community, or just staying for a few weeks.

Assisted Living, Refreshed!
Excellence in service and a dedication to families—hallmarks of our assisted living care—can soon be enjoyed in our new assisted living expansion. Choose from a spacious one bedroom apartment or a luxurious two bedroom, two bath apartment (measuring over 1,000 square feet). These airy spaces are complimented by countless community amenities, life enrichment programming, delicious dining, and as always, our compassionate care.

Rehabilitative Care That Feels Like Home
Following a planned surgery or unexpected injury, you want to recover quickly in a place where you feel comfortable and relaxed. You’ll find it at Our Lady of Hope in our expanded rehabilitation wing.
Private rooms include:
• Large flat-screen television
• Mini fridge
• Recliner
• Walk-in shower with safety bars and handheld showerhead
• Internet connectivity and extra USB ports to accommodate multiple devices

Take a Closer Look
Spacious apartments, including PRIVATE rehabilitation rooms, are now pre-leasing!  Call 804-360-1960 today to schedule a personal tour.

NEW Construction Update: September 2018

New aerial photos show the progress that has happened this summer.

​The 23,000 square foot addition being constructed at Our Lady of Hope is changing by the day. 

The metal framing, roof trusses, and plywood sheathing has been completed, and windows have been installed.  Masons have begun work on the brick veneer exterior.  Plumbing and electrical work continues inside the building, and the fire sprinkler system has been completed on the first floor, with work continuing on the second floor.  The walls at the end of the hallway have been opened up as the contractor begins to connect the two structures!

There are also some exciting interior changes, with updates happening to several nursing center apartments as well as the dining room.  Be sure to ask to see these updated spaces during your next visit.

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