We strive to make every moment count for our residents at The Palmettos of Parklane because we believe in celebrating life at all stages.
Our promise. We are dedicated to offering our residents the independence they want with the support they need. In fact, all of Palmettos partners prepare for their workday by reciting one of our 20 promises each morning. We want to provide the best quality of care based on the needs of each of our residents.
The Palmettos of Parklane’s private and spacious campus is home to a 75-apartment Assisted Living Community with Memory Care. Our campus has a restaurant-style dining room, landscaped courtyards and recreational amenities like a salon. Our style fosters independence, socialization, and a healthy lifestyle for each Resident.
Residents and families can confidently put their trust in The Palmettos, which is the only Columbia area community owned and operated by National HealthCare Corporation (NHC). NHC has been offering compassionate care and joy-filled moments to seniors since 1971. Founded by a physician, NHC provides The Palmettos and its residents access to invaluable national expertise and resources.
The Palmettos demonstrates NHC’s commitment to excellence by providing quality care that exceeds the standards of other assisted living and memory care communities. Established specifically for South Carolina, The Palmettos offers its residents an unrivaled amount of expertise in a personal manner that helps them feel right at home.
“I am so grateful that my parents were at The Palmettos. They were tenderly supported by your team. I know how carefully you have chosen staff members. They are a great asset.”
“I want to thank everyone for the care and attention that you provided for mom. I could not have asked for a more loving and caring environment for her to be in.”
“Your facility and your staff provided a warm and caring atmosphere where mom could enjoy talking to friends every day. One of her favorite activities at The Palmettos was to sit in the courtyard and enjoy the flowers and birds! Thanks to you all for your service to mom and our family!”
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