“The skilled nurses at Northridge Village can be described with two words.

  1. Care- The nurses care for our well-being and comfort.
  2. Concern-  The nurses are concerned about our needs.  They make sure our needs are met and that we are well taken care of.

There are many more words that can describe our nurses, but where does one start.  Thanks to all of you.”



“About 3 ½ years ago I heard that they were building a new senior retirement facility in Ames, Iowa, and I was faced with a difficult decision to make.  Should I move from the house which I called ‘home’ for 49 years, and if so how would I ever do this on my own, and would I be happy in that new environment?  The Marketing Director who I shared my thoughts with was very patient with my hesitations and concerns.  I am now a resident of Northridge Village and have been for 2 years.  Did I make the right decision?  The answer is absolutely yes!  Did I do it at the right time in my life?  Another big yes!  My health is still good, but in those 2 years, my stamina is definitely slipping.  Thank goodness, all the worry and work are behind me.  I love living here!”



“My husband moved into Northridge Village Healthcare in September of 2015, and we have never regretted our decision.  The rooms are bright and comfortable.   The staff is wonderful.  The nurses stay on top of the medications and take care of appointments for you.  The CNAs are friendly and do a good job taking care of the patients.  The Activity Director does an excellent job of finding good entertainment and things for the patients’ enjoyment.  The entire staff is so friendly and accommodating for family members as well as the residents.  It’s a great place for rehab and healthcare.”



“It’s funny how tomorrow may change your life.  I, myself, was overwhelmed.  I’m so glad that my family and I chose Northridge Village as my next place to live and adjust to my new life.  They have brought in a staff that really cares about you and for you.  Frequent programs are designed to fill in the corners of your time.  Other residents are soon your great new friends who share your life.  With all this surrounding me I’m very thankful that I’m here.”