This is the promise that the staff at Emeritus at Lincoln Heights – and throughout Emeritus Senior Living communities – has shared since 1994, when our community first opened its doors. It’s a simple promise to be compassionate and kind, understanding and respectful – a promise to become extended family to the seniors entrusted in our care and to our residents who have chosen our retirement community for its active lifestyle.
The Perfect Location
Set on acres of beautifully landscaped grounds and nestled in the lovely, elegant, and established Alamo Heights neighborhood; Emeritus at Lincoln Heights is considered one of the premier continuing care communities in San Antonio. Located between Broadway and 281, our community offers 97 assisted living apartments on two floors.
We are located in a residential area near The Quarry Shopping Center, and The Quarry Golf Course on Basse Road. And are just down the road from Nix Alamo Heights and Northeast Baptist Hospital.
A Wonderful Selection
Our two-story community has a beautiful dining room, along with a spacious living room area and a well-appointed library. Our courtyard is easily accessible, with paved walking paths and lots of beautiful trees. We have a 46 bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation center which is Medicare certified. Our dedicated therapy department offers Physical, Occupational, and Speech services. Get stronger in a beautiful homelike environment close to friends and family in the neighborhood you love
We have had many people compare our community to a hotel because of our many services and amenities. Our seniors love the selection from our activity calendar and our delicious menu selection. We have 3 cozy floor plans to choose from, leaving plenty of opportunities to customize and decorate the you choose.
We love to brag about the longevity of our staff, many of which have been here since we opened our doors in 1994. The heart and soul of our community is our staff. You can see how much our staff cares by the smile on their faces and their warm daily interactions with our residents.