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Overall Rating 4.3 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Wayne Morera
    ★★★★★ a week ago

    Nice place! You have to meet the staff and try the food, this place makes other establishments look like HAUNTED HOUSES/VILLAGES IN THE TROPICS!!! I Really mean this when I say you could DO ALOT WORSE. 5 STAR RATINGS ARE REALLY HARD FOR ME TO GIVE OUT AND I GIVE ALTAVIDA 5! P.S. they need to get remote speakers on TV's as it is really hard when you share a room and SUBTITLES DON'T CUT IT, -1/2 a STAR FOR THAT 4.5 stars until they fix it, being kind! CIAO. ???

  • Carolyn Weir
    ★★★★★ 4 months ago

    We have been residents for the past 10 months. Altavita exceeds our expectations in all ways. We were told to expect to feel like we were on a cruise ship "on land." Having just returned from a cruise, I can say the food is better here, as are the activities, the accommodations, and our great neighbors.

  • Jack Kenton
    ★★★★★ 4 months ago

    Originally just for military veterans, it is now open to everyone. It's a gated community that has 221 acres and 440 residential facilities. Residents have a choice between living in a house or in an apartment. We chose to have a house in Altavita Village. There are a number of thoughts that come to mind when one talks of moving to a retirement community. The first is usually the thought that "I'm not ready for that, yet". Having the "ready" thought in mind, when does one decide that they really are "ready"? In addition to being old enough and financially capable, one has to meet a health standard to move to our community because if provides continuing care -- it is a CCRC. That means that should you require special care, the CCRC part kicks in to a stage wherein your need to stay in our "skilled nursing" or our "memory care" facility is done at a discounted rate as compared to what the rest of the world is paying. Some follow-up on the activities and the camaraderie at the Altavita Village. While it is no longer for military only, the village continues to be the close-knit community that many of us experienced while in the Armed Forces. Everyone here looks out after each other. And there are plenty of activities; if you just want to sit in a rocking chair, go somewhere else. Many of you may be reluctant to leave your community and friends where you now live. That is a definite consideration. But do some thinking as to the benefits of an active retirement -- one that will predate you spending hours in a rocking chair . The Altavita Village CCRC offers many new friends with common interests.

  • Stacy Fringer
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    I have worked here for 18 years. The residents and staff are family to me. We work hard everyday to take great care of our residents because we love them. There is a positive energy in the facility that you just don't find in other places. If you are looking for a retirement community come visit us. We promise to help you live the quality life that you deserve.

  • Perry Brooks
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    Working at Altavita Village Just passed the one month point of working with the great team of people at Altavita Village! I had spent more than 11 years working for an oncology lab where it had gotten to the point that I didn't look forward to going to work anymore. The people had lost the spark that made everyone want to kick in and be part of something bigger, it had become just a job. Here at Altavita Village I found that spark again. Everyone is so friendly and outgoing and that includes both the staff and residents! It gives me a good feeling going to work each day now knowing I am helping the rest of the staff who share my view to make a better life for all the residents here and they are all so nice and grateful for it. It feels more like a very large family and it makes me feel good inside when my day is over knowing I helped out as part of a team that cares.

 

Other Information

Facility TypeRCFE-Continuing Care Retirement Community
OwnerAir Force Village West, Inc.
Facility AdministratorJames Melin
Regional Office19
License StatusLicensed
Date Licensed1989-12-22
Date Closed0000-00-00
Date Of Last Visit2013-11-05
Inspection Visits1
Complaint Visits3
Other Visits4
Total Visits8
All Visit Dates11/05/2013, 10/29/2013, 10/29/2013, 12/10/2012, 09/09/2011, 08/16/2010, 06/15/2010, 06/15/2010
Inspection Visit Dates2012-12-10
Inspection Citation For Immediate Health Safety Or Rights Impact0
Inspection Citation For Potential Health Safety Or Rights Impact0
Other Visit Dates11/05/2013, 10/29/2013, 08/16/2010, 06/15/2010
Other Citation For Immediate Health Safety Or Rights Impact2
Other Citation For Potential Health Safety Or Rights Impact2
Complaint Citation For Immediate Health Safety Or Rights Impact2
Complaint Citation For Potential Health Safety Or Rights Impact0
Total Allegations3
Inconclusive Allegations0
Substantiated Allegations2
Unfounded Allegations1




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