About The Barrington of Carmel
The goodness of the heartland comes to life
Since 2014, The Barrington of Carmel has established itself as the best-in-class senior living retirement community in Carmel, Indiana. We offer a standard of living that not only enriches the daily lives of all we serve but also assures them they’ll be supported with a lifetime of compassionate care and financial security. In 2019, The Barrington of Carmel was purchased by the local, non-profit organization BHI Senior Living.
Additionally, The Barrington of Carmel’s status as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization means all revenues are reinvested into the community. This not only fuels the development of better services, amenities, and opportunities for our residents but also ensures that in the event of financial hardship that’s no fault of your own, you won’t be asked to leave the community.
The Barrington of Carmel is a BHI Senior Living Community
At its core, BHI is an organization deeply committed to doing what’s right for the people we serve. From our beginnings in 1905 as an organization founded to care for orphaned children, to our 50-year history of providing an exceptional quality of life for seniors, our non-profit, faith-based foundation guides us in every decision we make.
Our life plan communities are each recognized for superlative care and an enviable lifestyle — supported by one of the most well-respected and well-funded non-profit organizations in Indiana: BHI Senior Living Inc.
One of the most financially stable senior living organizations in the midwest
Throughout our long history in Indiana, BHI Senior Living has maintained a robust financial position — despite the ups and downs of the national economy — and has earned a BBB+ rating from Fitch, the international financial rating agency.
BHI’s healthy financial profile has enabled us to continually provide residents of our Life Plan Retirement Communities with a fulfilling, active retirement lifestyle, a full continuum of healthcare, and the promise and peace of mind that accompany long-term stability — including the availability of benevolent care if needed.
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The BHI Foundation: Supporting the health of our communities
BHI Senior Living strives to ensure that every resident who lives at one of our Life Plan Communities is empowered to live life to the fullest. It’s a lifestyle filled with opportunities to enhance wellness; enjoy exceptional services, amenities, and activities; and live in a community filled with good neighbors and caring staff. For more than 25 years, the BHI Foundation has been instrumental in helping us attain that goal.
News from BHI Senior Living
By: Marin Murphy | Jul 27, 2023Source: wane.comFORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — Residents of the Towne House are coming together to honor teachers at Holland Elementary at the 8th annual luncheon where donations to buy supplies for the upcoming school year will be given.What began as a tutoring program with students has grown into the […]
Dr. Marwan Mustaklem Receives Board Certification from American Board of Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine
CARMEL, IN – July 19, 2023 – The Barrington of Carmel, a BHI Senior Living Community, is proud to announce that its Medical Director, Dr. Marwan Mustaklem has earned the esteemed Certified Medical Director (CMD) credential from the American Board of Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine (ABPLM). The CMD credential is a highly respected recognition […]
By Edward Redd | July 3, 2023Source: Current MagazineHoosier Village started the summer with a day of excitement, supporting the Alzheimer’s Association’s The Longest Day event.On June 21, the retirement community at 9875 Cherryleaf Dr. in Zionsville hosted a fundraising event with a day filled with entertainment. Family and friends enjoyed activities and events that […]
Discover the nuances between skilled nursing facilities and nursing homes with US News as we unravel the distinctions to help you make informed care decisions.By Payton Sy, RN | May 18, 2023Source: U.S. News & World ReportIt’s overwhelming enough when the doctor tells you that your elderly mom can’t be discharged home after a fall. […]