Retirement Communities

About Us

Walnut Place has earned a reputation for excellence in senior living for 35 years—from its fierce dedication to every resident to its committed staff and management team to its desirable location directly across the street from Presbyterian Hospital.

Our History

A leader in geriatric health care since 1980, Walnut Place began with an honest commitment to the health and wellbeing of residents and their families. Now, 35 years later, that devotion and dedication has not changed. We were there then. We’re here now. And we know and understand how to help.

Our Focus

Rehabilitative care services are available when an additional step between a hospital stay and return to home is necessary. If a long-term solution is required, Walnut Place offers assisted living, memory care, and multiple levels of skilled nursing care. Short-term respite care and support groups are available, too.



Proven Management

Together with Parkwood Retirement Community, Parkwood Healthcare Community, Autumn Leaves, Signature Pointe on the Lake, and Monticello West, Walnut Place is part of the family of senior living and skilled nursing communities managed by Life Care Services™, An LCS Company, in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area.

Life Care Services™ leads the way in senior living with more than four decades of proven experience and innovative leadership. They bring passion and performance to strong financial stewardship, lifestyle-centered programming, as well as the highest quality health and wellness services. For more information, visit

Resident Testimonial

  • “For 30+ nights, I slept in the other bed in my mother’s room and experienced first-hand the care delivery. I feel I must recognize the teammates who have impressed me as clear industry standouts.”

    —Industry professional/adult child

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  • "My 86-year-old mother, Mary Jones, fell and broke her hip in late May. Following surgery, the doctors suggested several rehab facilities, but we chose Walnut Place and are so glad we did."

    —Rob Jones, son of Road to Recovery patient

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