Elmcroft of Halls Knoxville is located just a quarter of a mile north of the original Halls Crossroads of Andersonville Pike and Emory Road in northern Knox County. An inviting, homespun community, much like the surrounding countryside, Elmcroft of Halls is home to warm hearts and panoramic views of Black Oak Ridge. The air is filled with friendly conversation around the fireplace or at the dinner table. Card games, exercise classes and outings are just a few of the community activities afforded to Elmcroft residents, who are fond of saying “Halls Has It!” If you ask about “it,” you’re likely to hear “if you lived here you wouldn’t have to ask.”
Elmcroft of Halls is an assisted living and Alzheimer’s Care community offering accommodations for those who may require assistance in their daily living activities. It is staffed 24 hours a day with trained healthcare personnel and offers as much or as little care as a resident may want or need. In addition, Elmcroft of Halls has a licensed Health Care Director on call 24 hours a day.
Elmcroft of Halls features a full sprinkler system and each apartment is equipped with an emergency call system that may be used whenever the need arises. In addition, all exterior doors may be locked so that a secure environment can be maintained.
Each apartment includes all meals and basic utilities as part of the monthly fee. Also, residents enjoy daily activities, private dining room for family and guests, library and sitting areas, bistro and billiard activity room, housekeeping services and many other amenities. Other services include a beauty/barber shop for a nominal fee.
The emphasis on activities is a main thrust of the service offerings. Social interaction is a vital part of overall good health and Elmcroft of Halls is committed to offering residents a full range of social, recreational and spiritual activities from which to choose. Scheduled transportation on the community van allows all residents to take advantage of travel activities.