The 10 Best San Antonio, TX Nursing Homes

We researched individual facility pricing and fees, floor plans and amenities and services in San Antonio so you can compare and make sure you find the right fit.

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Retama Manor Nursing Center/San Antonio West

Skilled nursing at Retama West includes care coordination for podiatry services, hospice care, dental care and dialysis.
  • Nutrition management
  • Nurturing environment
Retama Manor Nursing Center:San Antonio West | Retirement Living
Start My Search 63 Cupples Rd
San Antonio, TX, 78237

Regent Care Center

Regent Care on Medical Center Drive provides rehabilitation and skilled nursing for its residents in two San Antonio locations.
  • Patients, family training
  • Therapy gyms
Start My Search 3935 Medical Center Drive
San Antonio, TX, 78229

Stone Oak Care Center

Stone Oak staff members use an electronic record system that updates in real time, ensuring doctors and nurses are seeing the most up-to-date resident information.
  • Family involvement encouraged
  • Wound, pain, medication management
Stone Oak Care Center | Retirement Living
Start My Search 505 Madison Oak Dr
San Antonio, TX, 78258

Buena Vida Nursing and Rehab

Buena Vida provides spaces for families to visit, including the family pet. Private rooms are available and outings to favorite places, including church, are on the calendar.
  • Monthly chef’s selection dinner
  • Pets can visit
Buena Vida Nursing and Rehab | Retirement Living
Start My Search 5027 Pecan Grove Dr
San Antonio, TX, 78222

Blanc Villa Nursing & Rehabilitation

At Blanc Villa, there are several levels of care to choose from, and its long-term skilled nursing care is suited to those who need 24-hour support.
  • Family nights
  • Private- and semi-private rooms
Blanc Villa Nursing & Rehabilitation | Retirement Living
Start My Search 8020 Blanco Rd
San Antonio, TX, 78216

Mesa Vista Inn Health Center

The 144-bed Mesa Vista Inn offers private- and semi-private rooms, daily housekeeping and laundry services, chef-inspired dining and onsite rehabilitation services.
  • Assisted dining
  • Specialized diets available
Mesa Vista Inn Health Center | Retirement Living
Start My Search 5756 N Knoll
San Antonio, TX, 78249

Retama Manor Nursing Center/San Antonio/North

Group and individual activities are available at Retama North, where residents enjoy social activities, dining services and pain management programs.
  • Language services
  • Lab, X-rays on site
Retama Manor Nursing Center/San Antonio/North | Retirement Living
Start My Search 501 Ogden St
San Antonio, TX, 78212

Paramount at San Antonio

Paramount staff members are experts in wound management and short-term and long-term care, with individualized treatment programs that include occupational, speech, physical and wellness therapy.
  • WanderGuard system
  • 150 beds
Paramount at San Antonio | Retirement Living
Start My Search 5437 Eisenhauer Rd
San Antonio, TX, 78218

Heartland Health Care Center-San Antonio

A comprehensive care plan starts your journey at Heartland Health Care, with input from you, your family and your doctors.
  • Homemade meals
  • Lounges, activity areas
Heartland Health Center of San Antonio | Retirement Living
Start My Search One Heartland Dr
San Antonio, TX, 74114

Regent Care Center of San Antonio

Providing care in a warm, cozy environment, Regent Care Center offers therapy, security and partnerships with doctors to ensure residents have the best care.
  • Barber/Beauty Shop
  • Private, semi-private and suite options available
Regent Care Center of San Antonio | Retirement Living
Start My Search 16400 Blanco Rd
San Antonio, TX, 78232

Additional San Antonio Resources

San Antonio has senior-friendly resources for residents living in nursing home facilities in the area. We’ve listed some of the most well-known and helpful resources for seniors below.

  • Tex Vet: Find a multitude of links to housing, taxi service, senior care, medical help, county offices and statewide programs on this resource from the Texas Health and Human Services and the Texas A&M University Health Science Center.
  • The San Antonio Zoo: The zoo is open year-round and seniors get a $1 off tickets. Visit them at 3903 North St. Mary’s St., but hours vary, so call them first at (210) 734-7184.
  • San Antonio River Walk: This system of pedestrian walkways along the banks of the San Antonio River draws crowds year-round, thanks to the many tourist destinations on its route.
  • Natural Bridge Caverns: People of all ages can enjoy the majestic Natural Bridge Caverns, named for the 60-foot long natural limestone slab bridge at its entrance. Discovered in 1960, the first half mile is the most stunning, and inside is always a comfortable 70 degrees. Call (210) 651-6101 for more information or head right out there to 26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Road.
  • Alamo Area Council of Governments: An ombudsman can speak for you when you need someone to create change or stand up for you. Through the Alamo Area Council of Governments, you can find someone to advocate for quality of care, explain your rights, support resident-directed care, identify and resolve concerns and help ensure you are treated with dignity. Call (210) 362-5283 for more information.