As soon as you arrive, you can’t help but feel that The Ridge Foothill is a retirement community that’s been carefully built with you in ...…
Salt Lake City Assisted Living & Memory Care Community
Inspired by you, because of you.
As soon as you arrive, you can’t help but feel that The Ridge Foothill is a retirement community that’s been carefully built with you in mind. You’ll notice beautiful views of Mt. Olympus and unmistakable attention to detail present at every turn. And see the way decisions big and small have been insightfully considered to create a place that successfully lives up to your well-lived life — along the way setting a new standard for eco-conscious, technology-driven assisted living and memory care in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, in fact we’ve had many couples move in under these circumstances.
We’ve found residents feel more comfortable when surrounded by familiar and sentimental items, because of this our various floor plans do not come pre-furnished.
Yes, reserved is parking available.
Yes, we offer group transportation to and from various events, as well as personal transportation in our private community vehicle.
Our dedicated pharmacy partner delivers medications three times a day for your convenience.
We do not accept Medicare directly. However, our Home Health Care and Hospice providers accept Medicare and are able to offer their services to assisted living and memory care residents. Supplementing with such services may lower the care fees for certain resident care plans.
Due to the Utah New Choices Waiver, we do not accept Medicaid.
Yes, independent physicians are welcome to see patients at the community. In fact, this process cuts down doctor’s office wait times, and visiting doctors are usually able to bill most insurance companies.