Smithville Western Commons
Smithville Western Commons is Wayne County's premier retirement community. Located just north of Wooster on a 96-acre campus it offers comprehensive residential and health care options.
Smithville Western Commons offers:
- Patio Homes for Independent Living
- Assisted Living Apartments
- Skilled and Intermediate Nursing Care
- Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services
- Special Program for Alzheimer's/Dementia called "The Willows"
All of this in a picturesque country setting with its own fishing pond, walking paths and picnic areas. The freshness and beauty of the surroundings contribute to the physical and mental well-being of residents and staff and the changing seasons add sparkle to each day.
Sprenger's reputation for compassionate care and superior service is never more evident than in this fine facility. Each private or semi-private room has been designed to enhance the quality of care and tastefully decorated to provide a pleasing, home-like atmosphere. Each room has a magnificent view of the grounds or the surrounding countryside and residents can enjoy the out-of-doors much of the year.
Smithville Western Care Center meets the highest standards and is fully licensed by the Ohio Department of Health and is certified for participation in the Medicare and Medicaid programs. Our personalized services are dedicated to enhance the quality of life for each of our residents. Their comfort and well being is always our primary concern.
Introducing the Priority Reservation Program at Smithville Western Commons. The convenient solution pre-arrange rehabilitation, nursing, and other support services.
At Smithville, we understand the busy lives of patients, families and the medical community we serve.
Whether you are certain or unsure what you may need, we have the answer.
- prior to elective orthopedic surgeries, and other medical procedure
- prior to planned hospital stays
- prior to vacations and caregiver breaks
Just take a few moments and complete the enclosed short form and either provide us the information by phone, fax, email or traditional mail. Then, we’ll take it from there.