Committed to Patient Care since 1892

For over 120 years, Altenheim has provided specialized care for residents and their families. Our remodeled campus in Strongsville, OH is committed to continuing that long-standing tradition.

Altenheim Senior Living is a not-for-profit senior living community providing quality, licensed residential services, skilled nursing care, short term rehabilitation, home health care and additional specialized services for seniors and their families.

The highest quality of care is provided within a community atmosphere. Qualified staff and volunteers, with dedication and compassionate understanding, address the physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs of our residents. Altenheim treats quality health care as a mission to enrich the lives of those we serve.

Started by a group of local women of the German-American Ladies Society, Altenheim opened in 1892. In response to growing and changing needs, Altenheim moved to its present campus in Strongsville in 1980. Since then, Altenheim Senior Living has grown to include a 160 bed skilled nursing and rehab center, 85 senior and assisted living apartments, and a home health care agency. We continually strive to meet the the demands and challenges of our growing senior population.

Since 1892, people from all ethnic and religious backgrounds have called Altenheim home. Still strongly supported by the German-American community, the caring commitment of the Board of Directors, management, staff and volunteers is evident.  Altenheim is renowned as one of the finest senior living communities in Ohio. Those associated with Altenheim Senior Living take great pride in its distinguished history and in its commitment to community service.

Altenheim Senior Living - Early photo of our previous facility
Altenheim Senior Living - The stone dog sculpture from our old building now stands at our newly remodeled facility in Strongsville, OH
The stone dog, now at the main entrance of Altenheim Skilled Nursing and Rehab Center, is hand carved. It originally stood by the entrance to the first Altenheim from 1892 until the move to Strongsville.