Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is Life Care?
A: Life Care is care for the rest of your life! Read more here or contact Rodney Hamilton by phone- (740) 351-1040 or email- [email protected].
Q: Is there a minimum age requirement to live at Hill View?
A: Yes, you must be at least 55 years of age.
Q: How can I schedule a visit?
A: To schedule a tour of Hill View, call Rodney Hamilton at (740) 351-1040 or email him at [email protected].

Q: Can I bring my own furnishings and decor?
A: Yes, you bring your own furniture and decorate to your style.

Q: Can Hill View provide me with furniture?
A: No.  However, we do have Vintage Furnishings where you can purchase gently used furniture, small appliances and clothing.

Q: Will I be able to customize my home with paint, curtains, etc?
A: Yes.  You will choose your flooring and paint which is provided by Hill View.  Window coverings are provided by you.

Q: Do you allow pets?
A: Yes.  Inside dogs and cats are welcome.  You must provide us with updated immunization records and keep the grounds clean of waste.

Q: Can I bring a car?
A: Yes.  Each resident that brings a vehicle is assigned a space.  We also offer garage and carport options.
Q: Do you offer covered parking or garages?
A: Some covered parking is available for a fee.
Q: Can my family visit and/or spend the night?
A: Yes, anytime.  We offer overnight accommodations and welcome your family to join us for our meals.
Q: Do you provide security?
A: Yes, and there is a 24 hour Emergency Response System in every apartment home, cottage and villa.
Q: How big is Hill View? How many people reside in the Hill View community?
A: More than 300 fine people live in our community which spans across 20 acres of beautiful landscape.
Q: Do you offer 24-hour nursing?
A: Yes, and there is a 24 hour Emergency Response System in every apartment home, cottage and villa.

Q: Can I keep my own physician?
A: Yes.

Q: Who decides when I need to move to a different level of care in the retirement community?
A: A “resident concerns team” meets routinely to evaluate all residents’ current health status. If a resident has changing physical and emotional needs, this team, along with the resident and physician, selects the proper level of care.

Q: How much does life care cost?
A: For complete information about this investment, call Rodney Hamilton at (740) 351-1040 or email [email protected]

Q: Does Medicare pay for any portion of the cost of care?
A: Medicare is accepted at Hill View.  However, this program only covers short term stays for skilled services.  It does not cover independent living.

Q: What will happen if my money runs out?
A: For Life Care residents, Hill View has an endowment program.  Otherwise, we accept Medicaid.