Shephard_s_Care_retouched.jpg
shepherdscare_5.jpg

History

The facility at 2100 N. Pleasantburg Drive was originally the location of one of the country’s first Shriners Hospitals for Children. Built in 1927, Shriners Hospital for Children—Greenville served disabled children throughout the entire Southeast. When Shriners moved to its present location on Greenville’s south side in 1989, another assisted living group purchased the facilities and operated briefly under the name Greenville Care. Bob Jones University purchased Greenville Care in 2004, refurbished and expanded the facilities and changed the name to Shepherd’s Care. Ever since, Shepherd’s Care has offered a quality Christian assisted living center that promotes spiritual growth, independence, health, and quality of life.

Shepherd’s Care rates are among the most competitive in South Carolina’s Upstate. All rates are inclusive, with no additional level-of-care or service fees. Eric Thompson, director of Shepherd’s Care, has received an outstanding administrator award for his excellence in leading and caring for our residents. Several of the staff have served at Shepherd’s Care for over a decade and are known for their love and compassion for all the residents.

Shepherd’s Care is open to the general public with an exceptional 9-to-1 staff-to-resident ratio.