Around each corner of our sterling campus, opportunities to strengthen your body, expand your mind and enliven your spirit abound. From the fully equipped fitness facilities and welcoming gathering spaces, to outlets for creative expression through the arts and deliciously fresh dining options, residents will find limitless possibilities just beyond their doorsteps every day at eliseo.
The Emerson Wellness & Clark Aquatic Center is an innovative LEED-certified facility featuring a saltwater pool and spa, gym, and aerobic studio.
Our campus offers some truly unique amenities, including the Edwards Plaza, which provides places to reflect and share stories, and the Arneklev Garden with its numerous concrete garden beds to meet everyone’s gardening needs and abilities. The Chihuly Family Art Center allows residents to get creative with a fully equipped woodworking shop and a textile, ceramic, and painting studio.
With the luxury of a full-time executive chef, our residents, staff, and visitors are able to enjoy a wide variety of dishes. Selections include everything from Chef Stage Center Meals, where food is skillfully prepared and served sizzling hot from the skillet to the delectable sweets served at the many celebrations and events we host.
The Harbor Cafe, open to staff, residents, and visitors offers daily specials on delicious soups and sandwiches. This culinary destination gives residents the opportunity to go out to eat without leaving campus!
Our residents don’t have to go far to find affordable beauty. In fact, we have a full salon on site that will help you maintain your favorite style or give you a brand new look. Haircuts, waxing, color and set, and permanents are just a few of the many services available at our fully accessible salon.
MultiCare Clinic at eliseo
eliseo is proud to be home of the MultiCare Tacoma Lutheran Clinic. This clinic provides services to seniors who reside on our campus and beyond. The clinic is conveniently located on the first floor of the eliseo apartment building and offers seniors on our campus and the surrounding community the convenience of a neighborhood physician.
Our relationship with MultiCare started in 1938 when the Lutheran Home first opened, in connection with Lutheran Minor Hospital, near the current site of Good Samaritan Hospital. Since then, we have each grown and expanded our services as a large non-profit hospital and senior care and service provider. Today we still work collaboratively providing services for seniors who need our care. We continue to share similar values to serve our clients and their families by providing high-quality, compassionate, high-value services with each and every encounter.