Our Community Focus

Conveniently located off of I-85 South at exit 45 near the heart of the Queen city in Charlotte, North Carolina, University Place Nursing and Rehabilitation Center has served the community for over 25 years.

Our quiet, nurturing home-like environment is staffed with a diverse, kind and caring team that treats every resident like family. We believe in personal connections and knowing everyone on a first name basis. We believe in providing care and kindness living by the ‘Golden Rule’— Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. We believe each resident is unique, bringing their own life experience, likes/dislikes, and personalized needs.

Residents and their families and loved ones have peace of mind knowing that we are available to help with all daily tasks such as personal hygiene, medication needs, cooking, cleaning, and transportation as well as a large array of skilled nursing and medical support services including a specialized SPARC memory care wing.

A nurse assisting a senior patient to walk through the corridor of a community nursing facility.

Our Facility Design Promotes Health & Well-being

We ensure that the environment is a destination of healing achieved through scale, texture, and contrast— promoting lightness, brightness, and airiness. Our ‘neighborhood” floor plans focus on key area that promote overall health, healing and well-being including the features shown here.

Indoor Air Quality








Specialized Care Team

Rehabilitation & Therapy Gym Features

Our design and construction team completed a major renovation of our 67,000 square ft, 217-bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation care center. We focused on updating all resident spaces and creating new Memory Care wing and therapy space. This centralized approach promotes an environment in which rehabilitation and nutrition are the center of daily activities and improves wayfinding ability by giving residents and central point of orientation.

The renovated therapy space features a glass enclosed therapy gym and an open air dining space that are located at the center of the building with the patient rooms being located on the outer perimeter. The redesigned Memory Care space features the latest in design best practices for Memory Care including programable lighting in the common areas that is designed to help regulate the Circadian Rhythm of residents and tactile artwork to engage their senses and stimulate cognitive functions.

Significant investments were also made in the new rehabilitation therapy gym to improve outcomes and expedite recovery including some of our state of the art therapy equipment listed here:


Biodex Biosway for Balance Training


Life Fitness Optima Series for Strength Training


Compact Weight Rack for Strength Training


TR4 Recumbent Cross Trainer for Cardio and Mobility Training


Active Passive Pro for Cardio and Mobility Training


Three in One Training Staircase for Stair Training


Hi Lo Electric Mat Table for Therapy


Vectra Genesis for EMG and Ultrasound Therapy

Our Facility Lifestyle Features Include:



Living spaces with semi-private rooms in a “neighborhood” layout


Lounge and activity areas


Engaging social activities and events


Inclusive pricing for worry free access to cable, secured Wi-Fi, and telephone service


Beauty salon, including hair and nail services


Daily housekeeping as well as linen service, personal laundry, and trash removal

The University Place Nursing & Rehabilitation Center Building in Charlotte, NC showing a view of the gym facilities.


Dining & Nutrition Services

Nutrition and dietary monitoring is an important part of a resident’s holistic care plan. Our registered dietitian serves as a nutrition consultant for the interdisciplinary care team to ensure optimal health and well-being of our residents as well as designing and delivering specific dietary and complex nutrition needs. We provide each resident with a nourishing, tasteful, well-balanced diet that meets the daily nutritional and special dietary needs of each resident.


Customized meal plans to accommodate dietary requirement or restriction, including special diets to help manage conditions such as hypertension, heart disease, or diabetes.

Residents appreciate our well-appointed restaurant-style dining room, where personal table service makes meals enjoyable and offer a social occasion.
A snapshot of University Place Nursing & Rehabilitation Center Sample Meal Plan showing the listing of meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

State of the Art Safety

Safety is a Top Priority

We have multiple prevention methods for the spread of COVID-19 and other viruses. These include routine electrostatic cleaning, needlepoint bipolar ionization (cold plasma), HEPA air scrubbers, and MERV 13 air filter installation. Cold plasma has been shown to kill multiple bacteria, viruses and mold spores, and recent studies have demonstrated a significant reduction of COVID-19 virus when installed.

Partnering With Industry Experts

We developed and implemented industry-leading protocols to help prevent the spread of disease. We partnered with university and community-based epidemiology clinical experts, the North Carolina Statewide Program for Infection Control and Epidemiology (SPICE), while following state and CDC guidance.

Some of Our Additional Safety Measures Include:


Screening anyone who enters the facility – including our teammates prior to starting their shifts – at the door, including temperature checks


Residents are monitored and screened regularly


Teammates and guests are wearing masks throughout their shifts/visits


Daily Activities

When residents have an engaging social life, they’re able to live more comfortably and productively. Activities give structure which provides them certainty in knowing what’s coming up next; time goes by faster and increases a sense of purpose. There’s also something comforting about having people around who care enough to make your days a little more interesting. 

A sample meal plan for residents at University Place Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

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