Located in Lucas County, just south of Airport Highway, Lutheran Village at Wolf Creek is conveniently located minutes from I-475. Lutheran Village at Wolf Creek opened in 1997 and features a 135-bed nursing center and 79 assisted living apartments. The Wolf Creek campus was the first LHS facility to provide an assisted living option. Creekside independent living was added four years later to complete the continuum of care.
The Wolf Creek campus can meet the needs of individuals to age gracefully and with dignity. One of the benefits of being a resident of the campus is, if it is determined that the next level of care is needed, you have priority admission status. For example, if you live independently at Creekside, then you would have priority status to get into one of the assisted living apartments. Likewise, if you were an assisted living resident, you would have priority admission to the nursing care center.
The campus serves people of all faiths. There is a full-time chaplain on staff to assist with spiritual needs and a beautiful chapel for worship. The scenic 46-acre campus is quiet, with paved, lit walking paths and a gazebo nestled in a picturesque courtyard. Along with a wide range of available social activities and outings to enhance the lives of residents, the Wolf Creek campus provides a warm and welcoming place for seniors to call home.
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I have had three weeks of rehab at Wolf Creek. I find the people who work at this location are very friendly and responsible and enjoy doing the job they are trained to do. I have had some very interesting conversations with some of the [staff]. The food has been very good, with good choices to select from. It also is a very clean facility, with no odors. The therapy people are great and helpful in getting you back to doing the normal things in life that can make you independent.... The people are also very friendly and answer questions you may have about your therapy.
It is interesting for me to see the patient side of this facility, because I have served on several LHS boards for 16 years. Now I can relate to both sides of how things are managed. I would recommend this place for people with health problems.