Welcome to Epworth Villa
Welcome to an oasis where residents are freed of the daily burdens of yard and home maintenance, house-cleaning, grocery shopping and meal preparation to focus on fulfilling activities and rewards long-delayed. Welcome to a thriving community of seniors secure in the knowledge that their changing health needs -- from assisted living and physical therapy to skilled nursing and memory care -- will be met on site, among friends and caring staff.
Welcome to a not-for-profit built on Christian values, which celebrates the life and dignity of each resident. At Epworth Villa, we maintain and improve our residents’ health through nutritious meals prepared by our executive chef; fitness programs led by certified trainers; opportunities for socialization and enrichment activities, on-site and off; and a team of health professionals.
Our CEO enjoys the dynamic Epworth Villa community so much that he and his family live on site. He and our entire staff and leadership team are committed to a program of Whole Person Wellness, targeting preventive care and striving to nourish mind, body and spirit
Life at Epworth Villa
Welcome to a place where life is lived to it's fullest.
The art of living is fully realized at Epworth Villa. Our residents are the life of the community. Accomplished, interesting and engaged, the warm and inviting members of our community truly define the Epworth Villa Lifestyle.
The Heart of it All
"Life here is all about choices. Whether you like to keep busy or just feel like relaxing, it's your retirement, your way...just the way you pictured it."
Epworth Villa is a community....
Founded in 1990 as an affiliate of the Oklahoma Conference of the United Methodist Church, Epworth Villa offers a unique mix of innovation and tradition. We are proud of our history of caring and legacy of service. Our 25-year record of fiscal responsibility and quality health services has been certified by the Independent Continuing Care Accreditation Commission. CCAC accreditation is earned by fewer than 10 percent of all continuing care communities nationwide.
As a not-for-profit, we have no need to generate shareholder profits. We answer to a different bottom line, and revenue is reinvested into the community. Our $65 million renovation of our 40-acre campus in north Oklahoma City is creating cozy home-scale common areas, open floor plans flooded with natural light, and an elaborate Town Square.