Today, just as its founders envisioned 35 years ago, Meadowood is more than a residence or a place of work. It’s home. It’s an extended family. It’s belonging. It’s magical. That’s the Meadowood difference.
You know it when a staff member goes above and beyond. You see it when Paul Nordeman, President & CEO, stops to chat with a resident in the hallway. You feel it when a new member of the community is welcomed with open arms. Meadowood was founded on a three-legged stool principle: board, staff and residents come together for the betterment of all. Today, that philosophy lives on.
A true test of Meadowood’s mettle was COVID-19. Reflecting the strong commitment to residents that starts at the top, Paul Nordeman actually slept on site for about four months of the pandemic.
Meadowood’s commitment to wellness was evident during the pandemic, as it is 365 days a year. It’s part of the fabric of the community. It’s reflected in our environment, our amenities, our programming, and our professional staff. “We don’t just talk the talk,” says Nordeman. “We walk the walk.”
Throughout our 35 years, we’ve seen a lot of changes
- An upgraded health center
- New amenities, including a pool and courtyard
- The Grove residences
- McLean Memory Care
But one thing hasn’t changed: the loving, caring culture of our community.