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Pacifica Senior Living is proud to be voted best senior living in the Nation 2020!
Pacifica Senior Living, a division of Pacifica Companies founded in 1978, has communities throughout Arizona, California, Florida, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Carolina, Oregon, Rhode Island, Texas, Washington, and Utah. Please contact a community near you for more information on how Pacifica Senior Living can help you and your family. Our communities offer Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Adult Day Care, Respite and Skilled Nursing.
Pacifica Senior Living is a dynamic growing senior living company that provides elegant senior living throughout the United States. We are always seeking highly motivated, focused and determined people to join our team! Our Senior Living options include: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Skilled Nursing, Namaste Therapy, Hospice, Home Health, and Personalized Living.
Privately owned, Pacifica strives to create a lifestyle of independence, security and peace of mind for each individual and their family. We do what we love and what we truly believe in – provide compassionate, personalized care services that ensure dignity and respect. Our dedicated, professional team supports each resident and goes above and beyond to help them feel at home.
Our mission is to do what we love and what we truly believe in: providing compassionate, personalzied care services with dignity and respect. As we approach 80 communities and find ourselves at #20 on Argentum's list of 150 Largest Providers, we are humbled to have the opportunity to serve the many thousands of residents who have chosen to make our communities their home. We warmly welcome each resident to our Pacifica family, and view it as a tremendous honor that we can meet their needs—ranging from Independent and Assisted Living, to Memory Care. As we continue to press forward through this challenging battle with COVID-19, we remain focused on elevating the quality of the lives of each of our residents while striving to protect them from this virus to which they are particularly vulnerable. We will continue to press on, remaining resolute in our efforts to expand our ability to meet the needs of even more seniors, while remaining true to our mission and grateful for the many lives we have the privilege of serving.
Meet Our Team!
Meet Dana Bando, ED of Pacifica Portland
Dana Bando has been a part of the Pacifica Senior Living Portland family for 15 years now, and is the Executive Director that is going to help make this community the best that it could possibly be. She is a thoughtful, passionate, and caring leader that has her community as one of the best and safest Memory Care communities in the whole of Oregon. Thank you so much for everything you've done, you do, and everything you will do for your residents, Dana. We're proud to have to you as a part of our Pacifica Senior Living Family.
Meet Lucy Woolsey, VP of Sales and Marketing
Pacifica Senior Living wouldn't be what it is today without the talent and efforts of Lucy Woolsey. Since becoming our Vice President of Sales and Marketing, we have seen our family grow and change, reach people in places we never thought possible, and make the world a better place because of her efforts in making our communities better and brighter across the country. Lucy, thank you so much for everything you've done and for every life you've touched as a part of the Pacifica family and for the residents who call our communities home.
Member National Team - Pacifica Senior Living
For the first time ever, Pacifica Senior Living has signed on as a National Partner in the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s®!
While Pacifica Senior Living has made a commitment as a National Team, the strategy is to mobilize as many local communities, employees and their families in order to hit the fundraising goal and have the biggest impact in the fight against Alzheimer’s.
As a team, we can be an unstoppable force against the nation’s sixth-leading cause of death, and the only one which has no prevention or cure.