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2052 Chain Gang Rd
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100 Finley Rd
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Rice Home, a ministry of Lutheran Homes of South Carolina, is a continuing care retirement community. Its independent living apartments feature private dining rooms, card rooms and a library. The cent
3.The Heritage at Lowman
2101 Dutch Fork Rd
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4.White Oak Columbia Nursing Home & Rehabilitation
3001 Beechaven Rd
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5.Serenity Private Care
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6.Emerald Gardens Of GreenwoodServing the Eastover, SC area
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Thank you for considering Emerald Gardens Of Greenwood. Emerald Gardens of Greenwood, a Premier Senior Living Facility has an excellent reputation for providing quality care and wellness programs to s
7.Oakleaf Village Of Lexington
800 N Lake Dr
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My mother has lived at Oakleaf since January; all of the staff go above and beyond what is expected; Oakleaf was recommended to us by a dear friend whose mother lived there for years. I cannot say
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