Legacy Care provides excellent on-site geriatric care to the residents of these facilities. Capable, competent, and consistent in adapting successfully to a rapidly changing healthcare environment by implementing new models of quality based medicine. Attracting top-tier talent, we are the company of choice for healthcare providers looking for a successful career in geriatric medicine.
Legacy Care, a division of LGS Medical Services Group, recognizes the value of each life, regardless of functional or cognitive ability. As a result, we pledge ourselves to the best medical care possible for those who make their homes in skilled rehabilitation, nursing and assisted living facilities. We provide excellence in geriatric healthcare through an emphasis on personal, regular presence in facilities, care that is customized towards the individual and their families, and through teamwork between physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants.
Who is Legacy Care?
Legacy Care is a mid-sized Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) company. Since 2006, Legacy Care has offered a wide range of human performance, program management, educational, training, and protective services to satisfied customers around the world. In 2016 we added medical services to our portfolio of human services offerings. We deliver high-quality medical services.
Norfolk Region, VA
Located along the Intracoastal Waterway in the heart of Coastal Virginia, Chesapeake is a city rich in history and natural wonders. Rediscover outdoor adventure while navigating 22 miles of fresh and salt waterways. Spot rare bird species and wildlife along the scenic trails of Northwest River Park & Campground and the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge. Celebrate the city's heritage and culture at one of our many family-friendly events and festivals held throughout the year. Dine at diverse restaurants from comfortable favorites to down-home fare to the exotic.
Hampton is located on the Virginia Peninsula in the Hampton Roads region of southeastern Virginia. It is bounded on the north and east by the Chesapeake Bay and on the south by the Hampton Roads Harbor. Partially bordered by the Hampton Roads harbor and Chesapeake Bay, Hampton is located in the center of the Hampton Roads metropolitan area. Sea lovers will enjoy taking a stroll on the Downtown Hampton Public Piers and stopping by the Maritime Center. Take advantage of an array of water-related activities, such as the harbor tours aboard the 65-foot "Miss Hampton II,"Buckroe Beach and fishing in the Chesapeake Bay. NASCAR fans can enjoy Late Model and Grand Stocks races at Langley Speedway. For a unique dining and shopping experience, visitors will love Peninsula Town Center. Award-winning Hampton Coliseum also features some of the most popular events in Virginia, such as the annual Hampton Jazz Festival.
Williamsburg is the "Colonial Capital" of Virginia and is internationally known for its restoration activities and re-creation of 18th-century America at Colonial Williamsburg. The Williamsburg area offers visitors exceptional historical, cultural and recreational activities and events throughout the year. Ambiance, location, and southern hospitality are alive and well and standard operating procedure in the Historic Triangle, wherever you choose to stay, as well as offering endless opportunities for dining to find just the right combination of menu, location, and price. Shopping opportunities abound in the area with numerous outlet malls, Merchants Square, New Town and the Farmer's Market. Whether you’re seeking bargains or luxury items you will find what you want - and maybe something you didn’t know you wanted - in Williamsburg. The Muscarelle Museum of Art at the College of William and Mary, as well as the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum and Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Fork Art Museum at Colonial Williamsburg, provide access to fine works of art from around the world. Recreational opportunities abound in Williamsburg, including world-famous golf courses at Kingsmill and watersports on the James and York Rivers and the Chesapeake Bay. Families love Busch Gardens theme park and Water Country USA!
Many visitors don’t realize that Virginia Beach is not just a beach; it’s actually made up of several unique beach experiences, each with their own distinct personality, and a vibrant Town Center. Events happen almost every weekend, but some of the most popular include the Boardwalk Art Show, Neptune Festival, the East Coast Surfing Championship and the Rock 'N' Roll Half Marathon! Virginia's most popular state park, First Landing State Park, features trails for hiking and biking, campsites, swimming and rental sports equipment. Some of Virginia's most visited attractions are in Virginia Beach, such as the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center, Cape Henry Lighthouses, the Association for Research & Enlightenment as well as the Ocean Breeze Waterpark! For the outdoor enthusiast, Virginia Beach offers sports fishing charters, SCUBA and snorkeling, surfing and sailing for the beginner with expert instruction and rental equipment. Biking along the Virginia Beach Boardwalk and Back Bay National Refuge, hiking and watching wildlife at North River Landing Natural Area, and just hanging out at Oceanside make Virginia Beach a prime family vacation spot!