Matt Salmon on the State of Senior Living Industry and Opening of SALMON at Medway Assisted and Retirement Community


MEDWAY, MA–SALMON Health and Retirement, an operator of senior living communities throughout Central Massachusetts, recently opened SALMON at Medway, a 57-acre two-building campus at 44 Willow Pond Circle in Medway, MA.

In an exclusive video interview with Boston Real Estate Times, SALMON CEO Matt Salmon talks about the overall state of the senior living industry as well as the opening of SALMON at Medway: the Willows Premier Retirement Community for active adults and independent living and Whitney Place Assisted Living and Memory Care.

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SALMON at Medway is unique in many ways, including various sustainability initiatives to create an eco-friendly community for its residents and a liquor-licensed dining for the residents as well their visiting families.

To watch the full interview, please click here, or on the image below.

SALMON’s food sourcing partnerships include and exclusive food service program with Medway Community Farm for daily orders of fresh vegetables and fruit to reduce waste; a sustainable seafood sourcing program with Red’s Best to track the catch from source to table; and a partnership with The Best Bees Company who will sustainably produce and bottle raw honey from two hives located onsite at the Medway property to be used in various recipes, syrups, and drinks.

SALMON at Medway is the only independent living and assisted living community with such programs across all of New England.

Founded as a skilled nursing center in 1952 by Dan and Helen Salmon, today, the third generation of the Salmon family runs the region’s only complete care continuum—from active living to hospice care, and everything in between.

SALMON at Medway is the organization’s newest community opening in summer 2021, offering active independent living, assisted living, and memory care.

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