Quail Park of Oro Valley

About our senior care community

The 79,000-square-foot Quail Park at Oro Valley’s design, featuring a flat roof, mixture of stucco and brick with intricate parapets, reflects the historical territorial architecture in Oro Valley. The two-story community will have an “H” plan configuration with central common areas tailored to assisted living and memory care residents.

Amenities will include bistro, dining room and private dining options;  “4- season” room; salon; living room; theater/chapel; activity room; and library/TV room.

We are members of the Oro Valley Chamber and sponsor many events throughout the community. We also offer monthly community support groups and educational workshops throughout the year.
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Partner Communities

Quail Park of Oro Valley is a part of the Living Care Lifestyles family. Living Care Lifestyles offers Senior Care and Memory Care in Arizona, Hawaii, Texas, Oregon, and Washington.
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Quail Park of Oro Valley believes in entrenching ourselves within the neighborhood where we reside.
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Meet Our Team

Meet the people who are building the Oro Valley community team.
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Message from the President

Learn the story about how our President, Denis Bryant, entered the senior living industry.
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Core Vision and Values

At Quail Park, We Believe that Each Person Should Live in a Place for Optimum Joy.
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“Indoors and out, Quail Park gives residents, guests and team a sense of warmth and a feeling of being at home.”

-Denis Bryant
CEO and president of Living Care Lifestyles and Quail Park Communities.

“After failing to thrive at another facility, we placed my mom at Quail Park. Now my mom, despite her memory loss, is happy and socializing with her new best friend. The staff at Quail Park is professional and does a great job interacting with the residents.”

-Barbara B.
Daughter of Quail Park Resident