At Heartwood Place, long before we provide any services we ask ourselves, what is best for your loved one? For your family? Will it make life better for everyone? In your search for solutions and the ideal care setting, look beyond the walls. Look for that caring touch that’s a complete experience and one that goes beyond just your health concerns. This is who we are and this is why we are here.
It’s only natural to feel helpless over what to do about the medical and care challenges that have overtaken the life of your loved one. Fortunately, Heartwood Place can be part of the solution. At Heartwood Place we provide Memory Care along with experience and understanding. Let us help you and your loved one regain control and dignity.
Meet Our Management Company
Benicia Senior Living, LLC
Philosophy: “Providing long-term care & services in a manner which makes a difference in the quality of life of the residents we are entrusted to serve.”
Mission Statement: To positively influence the lives of each resident and the staff that cares for them. To make life as good as it can be.
A little about the owners – they’ve been around awhile:
Owners Terri Waldroff & Harry Geistlinger have over 50 years of combined experience in the healthcare and long term care industry. Ms. Waldroff has in-depth experience in the design, development and management of senior housing communities including: licensed skilled/long term care, assisted living, memory care and independent senior housing communities. Mr. Geistlinger adds years of experience in the day-to-day operations of licensed nursing facilities. Together they bring a wealth of knowledge, experience and a proven track record of providing quality care while being steadfast to both their philosophy and mission. Ms. Waldroff began her career in the acute hospital care arena as a RN, moved into home healthcare and then joined the growing assisted living industry.
In The News
- AM Northwest Segment, Aired May 12, 2014
- McDonald, Jeff. “New memory care facility on track for May opening” Woodburn Independent, November 2013.