In a quiet residential neighborhood in central Anderson, Indiana, the park-like campus of Countryside Health & Living Community comes as a pleasant surprise. Set back from Marine Drive on a five-acre, beautifully landscaped site, our community offers the perfect combination of home-like neighborhood location and convenient access to area amenities.
With proximity to St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital – just a few blocks away – and Community Hospital Anderson, our location complements our progressive approach to senior living and rehabilitative care. In addition, Countryside maintains affiliations with many local physicians of varying specialties.
At Countryside, you’ll find our entire team shares a commitment to enhancing the lifestyle and well-being of the people we serve every day, at every stage of life. Whether your needs are for rehabilitation or long-term skilled nursing care, our dedicated team ensures all aspects of health care are provided in a professional and compassionate manner.
Countryside is proud to be an integral part of the Anderson community, having served families of this city and the surrounding area for more than 30 years. Our therapy team and rehabilitation center are the largest and most progressive in Madison County. A complete remodel just a few years ago transformed Countryside into the bright, modern, up-to-date community you’ll see on these web pages – and it’s even better in person!
Countryside is part of the CarDon family of care. Based in Bloomington, Indiana, CarDon & Associates' 35-plus years of management expertise and uniquely family-centered approach form the foundation of inspired senior living and compassionate care giving at our communities located throughout south-central Indiana.
Lives are often filled with twists and turns and it is unknown what incident will make a lasting impression. It was a cold, snowy, wintery day in Tipton, Indiana and Icevilla (eye-sa-villa) Miller was looking for an activity to keep her young son Wayne occupied. Wayne was bored and this was in the early ‘50s, years before T.V. was prevalent. Icevilla took a jigsaw puzzle from a shelf in the closet and they worked together to assemble it. That began a lifelong love with puzzles.
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