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Four-Star Christian Retirement Community in Charlotte

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Welcome to Carmel Hills

Carmel Hills is a continuing care retirement community for Christians. We have specialized in the care and encouragement of God’s people since 1980. Our long-term staff consists of trained, experienced and friendly people who are all interested in the safety and security of our residents.

Residents will find our staff capable, dependable and a joy to be around. Our Assisted Living has been awarded the prestigious four-star Adult Care Rating Certificate by the state of North Carolina.

Carmel Hills is located on 15 acres of land on Carmel Road in southeast Charlotte, North Carolina. Our main building has the atmosphere of a retreat lodge, and includes a comfortable great room with a large fireplace, plus a large covered porch overlooking a one-acre lake. Throughout the campus, there are walkways through the woods and areas for rest and relaxation.

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Carmel Hills offers independent living in a variety of apartment sizes and duplexes, plus an Assisted Living operating 24 hours a day for those needing assistance with daily living. Carmel Hills is home to approximately 80 residents, who enjoy activities that include gardening, crafts, exercise classes, games, shopping trips, spiritual activities, and movie nights.

Four-Star Rating

We are proud to have been awarded the prestigious four-out-of-four-star rating from the state of North Carolina. The North Carolina Star Rated Certificate program for assisted living facilities, also called adult care homes and family care homes, was established in response to requests of North Carolina citizens for increased availability of public information regarding the care provided in adult care facilities.

The rules are stringent and are based on General Statute 131D-10, and were created by the N.C. Medical Care Commission with input from residents and families in adult care homes, advocacy groups, providers and others.