Joy is our mission.
Fieldstone founders started with a vision of making the type of senior living they wanted for their loved ones. We strive to create joyful experiences for our residents, their families, and our staff – each and every day.
At Fieldstone, it’s easy to transition to other levels of care, if needed. Our goal is to help you continue to enjoy your life and stay in the community while receiving the level of support you need.
In some locations, we offer independent and assisted living and also memory care, all on the same campus, so residents can receive specialized care–and couples and family can stay close to each other while receiving the level of care they need.
Hear from our founders about what makes Fieldstone so unique.
Listen to founders Justin and Doug share the life experiences that inspired them to create Fieldstone Communities and to consider ways of creating a better senior living experience.
The very beginnings of Fieldstone stretch back to when co-owner Doug Ellison was just 7 years old. He would accompany his physician father, Gerald, on rounds to visit patients in nursing homes. Doug, whose compassionate heart is so much like his dad’s, was impacted by the loving way Gerald interacted with his patients, as well as by the bleak surroundings in many of the places they visited. He decided that someday he would be a part of creating something better. In 2014, the first Fieldstone community opened in Yakima, WA.
A family physician for 44 years, Gerald had a great impact on the Yakima community. To this day, Doug and his family are often approached by former patients eager to share their love of Dr. Ellison. Gerald’s kind and compassionate approach toward his patients was the inspiration behind Fieldstone and continues to drive our mission of creating joyful and vibrant communities.
Happy Residents. Happy Families.
“I love Fieldstone…
…it’s exceeded all my expectations… The food is outstanding, absolutely delicious.”
“We couldn’t have...
…done it without Fieldstone, I honestly mean that from the bottom of my heart, we couldn’t have done it without everybody here.”
"The amount of caregivers...
...per resident is amazing, the amount of time that they spend with them, and the way they treat them. Most importantly though is the love they give them.”
“Makes you feel good...
...when you leave, that he’s in good hands.”
“To me thriving means...
...being able to live your life… Fieldstone was not just interested in meeting Mom’s physical needs, but in creating an environment she could actually still thrive in.”