There are 17 Assisted Living & Nursing Homes in Greenfield, Wisconsin, serving a population of 37,082 people in an area of 12 square miles. There is 1 Assisted Living & Nursing Home per 2,181 people, and 1 Assisted Living & Nursing Home per square mile.
In Wisconsin, Greenfield is ranked 294th of 922 cities in Assisted Living & Nursing Homes per capita, and 95th of 922 cities in Assisted Living & Nursing Homes per square mile.
Find Greenfield, Wisconsin assisted living and nursing homes.
Abbyhaven 4865 South 95th Street Greenfield, WI
Autumn Living South 4340 South 116th Street Greenfield, WI
Bethesda Lutheran Communities-Greenfield 6515 West Holmes Avenue Greenfield, WI
Brotoloc Greenfield 3826 South 36th Street Greenfield, WI
Camelot Castle 4900 South 68th Street Greenfield, WI
Clement Manor Health Care Center 3939 South 92nd Street Greenfield, WI
Clement Manor Retirement Community 9339 West Howard Avenue Greenfield, WI
Creative Living Environments Layton Court 12320 West Layton Avenue Greenfield, WI
Emerald Castle 11125 West Layton Avenue Greenfield, WI
Hillcrest Homes 44th 5210 South 44th Street Greenfield, WI
Layton Terrace 9200 West Layton Avenue Greenfield, WI
Lifecare Manor 4013 South 119th Street Greenfield, WI
Maxson Manor 11250 West Cold Spring Road Greenfield, WI
Midland Terrace 5128 West Midland Drive Greenfield, WI
Oak Crest Villa 8765 West Forest Home Avenue Greenfield, WI
Sienna Castle 9640 West Layton Avenue Greenfield, WI
Southpointe Healthcare Center 4500 West Loomis Road Greenfield, WI
Greenfield Assisted Living facilities and Nursing Homes are residential facilities for older adults who require assistance with daily care in Greenfield, WI. Many of the same services provided by Assisted Living may also be provided at a Nursing Home. Assistance may include Greenfield nursing and elderly care as well as help with household chores, daily living activities, and transportation. Greenfield Nursing Homes can provide short-term rehabilitative services to people recovering from hospital stays, as well as long-term care for people who do not require hospitalization but cannot be cared for at home.You may contact Assisted Living & Nursing Homes for questions about: