matter the most.
Located in Oak Ridge, TN, just 25 miles west of Knoxville, Commonwealth Senior Living at Oak Ridge offers independent
matter the most.
Located in Oak Ridge, TN, just 25 miles west of Knoxville, Commonwealth Senior Living at Oak Ridge offers independent living, assisted living, short-term stays and hospice care for a personalized approach
that enhances quality of life.
No matter what you need, our dedicated team is available 24 hours a day to provide support. At Oak Ridge, our culture stems from the staff members who show love, care and dedication to residents.
Knowledgeable, professional team members are here to provide a helping hand with dignity and
respect, with services such as medication management and transportation, as well as help with daily
activities like getting dressed or getting around the community.
A Vibrant, Engaging Lifestyle
We know that you desire an active, fulfilling lifestyle. That’s why our high-quality services and
supportive community aim to nurture a life of vibrancy. We’ll take care of the maintenance and chores,
so you can take advantage of excellent amenities, exciting events, and a variety of programming. Step
outside the front door of your modern, private apartment home into a community of welcoming people.
Commonwealth Senior Living at Oak Ridge is located in Oak Ridge, TN, just a short drive from Knoxville, a
city known for its large arts community, dozens of festivals, and rich historical sites. We’re also 65 miles
from Gatlinburg, the gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains.
Just a few miles away from our community, you’ll have access to exceptional medical services at
Methodist Medical Center, as well as area attractions including University of Tennessee Arboretum,
American Museum of Science and Energy, and the Little Ponderosa Zoo.
Come see for yourself! We invite you to explore all that Commonwealth Senior Living at Oak Ridge has
to offer—call to schedule a personal tour today!
About This Company
This place is wonderful. I felt so happy to get my disabled brother a place there. His disability was so severe that after only 4 months he had to be...