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We welcome you and your family to our family.

Located on the southside of Indianapolis on the same campus as Community Hospital South, University Heights Health & Living Community is an integral part of a robust medical community. With convenient access to physicians’ offices and specialized medical services, our location is the perfect complement to our progressive approach to care.  

Whether your needs are for rehabilitation, long-term skilled nursing care or memory care, our dedicated team ensures all aspects of health care are provided in a professional and compassionate manner. At University Heights, you’ll find our entire team shares a commitment to enhancing the lifestyle and well-being of the people we serve every day, at every stage of life.

University Heights is part of the CarDon family of care. Based in Bloomington, Indiana, CarDon & Associates’ 35-plus years of management expertise and uniquely family-centered approach form the foundation of inspired senior living and compassionate care giving at our communities located throughout south-central Indiana.  

  • Rehabilitation

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    University Heights is known for short-term rehabilitation from injury, illness, surgery and other challenges. Our STARS (Specialized Therapeutic and Rehabilitative Services) program is dedicated to inpatient and outpatient short-term rehabilitation that has proven time and again to bring individuals to their highest functional level as quickly as possible.

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    You can benefit from a unique patient-centric approach to recovery and rehabilitation available at University Heights through our partnership with Orthopaedic Associates physicians and ProgressiveHealth therapists. A professional team cares for you from diagnosis to full recovery – even after you return home – so you never need to explain your situation to a new nurse or therapist.

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