Louisville Campus

Masonic Homes' 82-acre Louisville campus was designed in 1927 by the renowned landscape architecture firm founded by Frederick Law Olmsted, who also directed the construction of Central Park in New York and the U.S. Capitol grounds. The Louisville site originally served widows and orphans of Kentucky Masons, but now offers an array of health services to the community as well.

Louisville Campus Services

Assisted Living (coming in 2018)

Grove Pointe will feature 48 one- and two-bedroom suites for older adults who need assistance with daily living activities.

Dialysis

At Sam Swope Care Center, you or your loved one can receive dialysis treatments in a relaxing environment with state-of-the-art technology.

Home Care

Let us provide your loved ones with everything—from company to help with daily tasks and hygiene—all in the comfort of home.

Independent Living

Louisville’s two independent living options, Miralea and The Village, give you the freedom to retire to a place that truly suits you. Opening in 2018: The Meadow Active Lifestyle Community.

Life Care

Life Care at Miralea helps you secure your financial future so you can enjoy life to its fullest today.

Memory Care

The support from Sally’s Garden and Sam Swope Care Center lets patients with Alzheimer’s or other dementia lead fulfilling lives in places that feel like home.

Palliative Care

Let the staff at Masonic Home of Louisville help you put comfort first.

Pediatric Day Care & Preschool

Sproutlings takes a groundbreaking approach to caring for both traditional and medically fragile kids.

Personal Care

At The Pillars Assisted Care Center, you’ll enjoy a comfortable and modern home with around-the-clock nursing care.

Rehabilitation Services

Louisville’s Sam Swope Care Center offers customized therapies for your outpatient, short- or long-term inpatient rehabilitation needs.

Skilled Nursing

The staff at Sam Swope Care Center prides themselves on providing the highest quality of care in six key areas.

Louisville Communities