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For more than 25 years, we have provided memory, skilled nursing and rehabilitation care in a way that combines innovation with a caring touch.

Our environment offers each person the opportunity to be as independent as possible, while knowing that support is always within reach. With engaging group and individual activities, genuine relationships with team members and other residents, plus an inviting atmosphere, Four Winds makes it easy to settle in.

Many hear about Four Winds through word of mouth. They have friends, family members or neighbors who live here. Perhaps they experienced Four Winds’ services while recovering from an illness or injury. We’re a trusted member of the Jackson community, known to value, honor and nurture those in our care.

As part of United Church Homes, one of the largest nonprofit providers of senior living in the United States, we have a long tradition of offering excellent care to honor and support you and your family.

We are located just a short drive from Jackson, Ohio, surrounded by beautiful landscaping and natural wildlife. With a beautifully remodeled community, expert and compassionate care, and a warm and welcoming environment, we offer the many comforts of home.

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Living UCH Values (LUV) Award

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To nominate a staff member for the LUV Award please contact the Human Resources Office.

Four Winds is a 2017 SAGECare Gold member

Community News

Four Winds named top skilled nursing center in Ohio

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman, a division of the Ohio Department of Aging, has released results of the 2017 Long-Term Care Resident Satisfaction Survey.

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215 Seth Ave.
Jackson, OH 45640-9405
Phone: 740.286.7551
Fax: 740.286.8140

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