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A Welcome From Our Leadership

Welcome to Emerald Meadows. I’m glad you’ve stopped by, and I hope you’ll stay a while to get to know us better.

While I know you’ll get a good idea of Emerald Meadows from these web pages, I’d love for you to come for a visit so you can see for yourself how much we can offer you and your family. We have nursing staff on campus 24/7, which you may not find at other Assisted Living communities in the area, but it is part of our commitment to the well-being of our residents and the comfort of their families.

If you’re looking for Assisted Living, we think you’ll like our apartments, and you may even be able to see the different ways our residents have decorated to make their homes unique. You can stop by and talk to one of our healthcare professionals and ask about specific aspects of care to feel more at ease about what we offer. Maybe you’ll even see our beauty shop in action, where so many residents receive salon treatments from our haircare professionals. And if you’re looking for a Memory Care program where someone you love will be treated with dignity and respect, while also having activities designed for their cognitive challenges, you’ll find that here at Emerald Meadows. 

When you visit, you’re likely to see some visitors, as our residents’ families are here often, and play a big part in our daily lives. We open our doors to you, and hope we’ll be a good fit for your needs, so you can be a part of our extended community, because we truly are a family.

Thanks for stopping by!

Enjoy Your Visit!

Evan Geels, Community Manager

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Evan Geels, Emerald Meadows Community Manager

Community Manager

Evan Geels

Evan Geels has spent his career in senior living after earning his business degree, and has been part of the Providence Life Services family since 2016. He obtained his Nursing Home Administration License and then came to Emerald Meadows in 2019. Evan is also a member of the LeadingAge Michigan Education Board. He and his wife Hannah, a family practice physician assistant, enjoy frequenting the shores of Lake Michigan, and he also enjoys playing the drums and softball for his local church, as well as cheering on the Minnesota Twins.