People choose to live here.

Memorial Gables – Nursing Home & Rehabilitation

When it’s the right home, you can feel it.

Life is all about choices regardless of what stage you happen to be in. And the choice of where you or your loved one is going to live when caring for a home is no longer practical or desirable is a decision that’s among the most difficult you’ll ever make.

Choosing Memorial Gables is an easier decision. And it starts with the most critical factor around any home transition - location.

We built a warm, beautifully appointed senior community in a safe, quiet residential neighborhood in Marysville, Ohio. The relaxed, friendly setting sends a clear message.

Memorial Gables isn’t a place you have to be. It’s a place where you choose to be. A place where you or your loved one will feel at home while supported with the expert medical care you need.

Explore Memorial Gables. And discover why we’ve been repeatedly recognized as among the best nursing homes in the region.

Living with Us

While the welcoming residential feel of our structure sets Memorial Gables apart from other senior living facilities, the sense of home continues throughout our living, dining and recreational spaces.

Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation

The Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Unit is where you would come after being discharged from the hospital if you needed additional medical care before returning to your normal lifestyle.

Residential Care

Depending on your abilities and general fitness, the Residential Care Unit could be the best choice when you’re ready to let others take on a few of those chores that, let’s face it, life is too short to worry about.

Dementia & Memory Care

We’ve established a very special wing where those who have been diagnosed with dementia can have a comfortable and supportive quality of life. Our intention on the Special Care Unit is to offer the security and the loving personal attention we would want for family members and ourselves.

Respite Care

Caring for a loved one with a serious illness, no matter how beloved the patient, is a demanding commitment, and we would be the first to remind all caregivers how important it is to take time for themselves.