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1700 Woodholme Gardens,
Pikesville, MD

443-860-0630

Situated in a private, wooded setting, Woodholme Gardens is a cozy senior living community located near Northwest Hospital, Sinai Hospital, Greater Baltimore Medical Center and John Hopkins Hospital as well as Woodholme Shopping Center, the Baltimore Zoo and National Aquarium. Wake up every day in a safe, intentionally designed living space. We tend to the cooking, housekeeping and home maintenance so you can participate in social, cultural and exercise programs including book club, painting classes and tai chi. Choose from a menu of seasonal, nutritious chef-prepared dishes at multiple dining venues.

Enjoy discreet, supportive care, a maintenance-free lifestyle including scheduled transportation, and boutique amenities. Spend every day living fully and experiencing greater well-being.

Well-Being

Our Philosophy

We believe a thoughtfully designed environment filled with good neighbors and a caring staff, along with nutritious food, accessible exercise programs and opportunities to connect and engage every day, are the right combination for optimal living.  

For older people living alone, these important elements can become harder to maintain – making home a challenging, unsafe, even lonely place to be.  

That’s why we offer a community for older people where living is easier, surroundings are safer – and together is better.  

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How we’re showing gratitude in December

Celebrating the holidays family-style

Whether by birth, circumstance or choice, our families make us feel loved, supported and at home. We’re celebrating family with music, gifts and gathering around the table for epic meals. 

 

Come see how we’re celebrating families this month at one of our featured events.  

Jo-Ann K B.
This Five Star Rating is ONLY for these individuals and not the community. Like any community, there are areas in need of improvement and staff who need soft skill training for me to make Woodholme a five star community. Because I have some... serious care and trust concerns, I have had to hire an additional care assistant for my loved one. There is work definitely and seriously needed by leadership at Woodholme to make it better.These individuals stand out to me the most and are to be commended for their service.A HUGE "Shout Out" to Psalm Lipscomb, one of the Activities Program Specialists for his professionalism, compassionate, and caring manner he exhibits when interacting with my loved one and my family. It means so much because it is a quality and skill set that is rare in some of our Senior communities. Psalm goes above and beyond to make my loved one feel special and engaged.In the Nursing Department, Nurse Jackie and Nurse Lucky are also to be commended for their compassion and care. When I need assistance for my loved one, they are quick to respond.Tonya, one of the Care Aides has a great since of humor. She tries to calm stressful situations with that humor. She is to be commended for her care.Stewart Roszel in Food Service has been helpful in sending me the weekly menus and stopping in to take my loved one's meal orders while meals were restricted to in-room dining.Thank you to these individuals for your dedication and care. I do commend those who have stayed during the pandemic. Their dedication is also appreciated. Thank you!read more
Robin A.
My Cousin was a resident at Woodholme Gardens for approximately 4 years and she was very pleased with the staff and support. As my cousins level of care changed, Woodholme Gardens was able to adjust and continue supporting my Cousin. Thank You
Teri M.
“Experienced leadership, welcoming staff and happy residents!” I visited Woodholme Gardens recently and can’t stress enough how excited I was to see the residents engaged in activities, the delicious menu offerings and the positive attitudes of the... care staff. Kevin Jones, Director of Sales, was knowledgeable of his Senior living competitors and (respectfully) challenged me to find a better local option that could serve my Dad’s care needs AND stay within my budget. I pleased to say “I could not!” Thank you, Sharon (Executive Director), and others for making the choice for my Dad’s next home so easy. I am truly grateful for the guidance provided by the team at Woodholme Gardens.read more
Lisa L.
The staff at Woodholme Gardens are very accommodating and have supplied meticulous medical information regarding our relative. The facility is nicely kept inside. We are grateful for their continuing care of our family member. Kudos!!
Brian K
My mother has been at Woodholme for several years. There have been some issues that I have brought to their attention and were dealt with quickly and to my satisfaction. It is not easy to care for so many people on an every day basis, and not have... something that can be improved upon. What I can tell you is when I walk in the front door, I am greeted by a smiling face that knows my name and my moms. The caregivers do a very hard job, but do it well. My mother is always clean, groomed, and attended to. The cooks try their best to accommodate the resident's dietary preferences. It isn't easy to satisfy everyone tastes, but they have made sure my mother has something she will like to eat. The best complement I can give, was the care my mom received during past year during the pandemic. I wasn't able to see her in person due to safety and CDC restrictions. They adhered to safety protocols and kept my mother safe and Covid free. They were the only family she had for almost a year. I could only speak to her on the phone and see her on a Facetime call. They were the ones she saw on an every day basis and who made sure she was healthy and well. She is 95, and she survived the year.Yes, I can find things that I would like done differently. But I am appreciative of what they do to help my mother and I show my gratitude with a BIG thank you to all those that contribute to her care.read more
R B.
My loved one has been at Woodholme Gardens for 5 months. While the staff is creating a safe and secure environment for my loved one as he adjusts to the limitations of the pandemic and a new environment; the caring staff has also been providing my... family with much needed peace of mind and comfort as well. The management team(Suzi & Jennie) has provided updates to our family and continue to partner with us in maintaining the quality of life that he has been accustomed to enjoying.Heartfelt thanks to the entire Woodholme Team including the concierge team, nursing team, direct care team, food services, finance, housekeeping and maintenance team. A special thanks to Mary, Sophia, Psalm, Sheena and Michelle.With Gratitude,Our Familyread more
Brittany W.
Tracey Watson, the current Director of Sales & Hospitality, is a true gem. She really made this place stand out above the rest during our search. Her kind, compassionate, and friendly demeanor lets you feel like your family member is her family... member leaving you feeling confident in their care. She went above and beyond any obligation or expectation she had toward my family and Woodholme is certainly a better place with her there.read more
Daisy F.
I have been very appreciative to every kindness and care shown to my sister. The way that Mary at the desk, Psalm and Lisa have dealt with my requests and visitation requests have helped with the adjustment of my sister living there at Woodholme. ... William, in charge of maintenance, has also been very helpful as I tried to communicate with her during the lockdown. He provided some FaceTime with her and also helped to install her new phone.Thanks to the care specialists on the third floor who show care.read more
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