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Mercy Retirement & Care Center
Situated on a lush campus in Oakland, California, Mercy Retirement & Care Center provides assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing services to meet a variety of health care needs.
Established in 1872, Mercy Retirement & Care Center was founded on a deep sense of faith, dignity and compassion. Over a century later, we continue this tradition of excellence through our dedication to caring for every aspect of physical, emotional and spiritual wellness.
Senior Living Services
Our comprehensive services allow seniors to maintain as much independence as possible while receiving assistance with everyday activities. Our community is warm and welcoming, with services that are personalized to meet each individual’s needs, providing:
Mercy Retirement & Care Center Amenities
We strive to provide a home-like environment for our residents, offering opportunities to make daily choices about meals, activities and access to all our community has to offer.
Here’s just a taste of our amenities:
- Panoramic views of the Oakland Hills and San Francisco Bay
- Secure courtyards and patios allowing residents and their families to enjoy beautiful outdoor spaces
- A variety of activities and exercise classes that keep residents engaged and active
- Trips to local museums, restaurants and sporting events
- Weekly laundry and housekeeping services
- Nutritious, delicious dining and meals
- Participation in volunteer opportunities for seniors helping seniors, including our high impact Mercy Brown Bag Program
- Access to our wellness program and rehabilitation services
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SNF Lic # CA020000237
CCRC Lic # 245
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