Fairmount is governed by a nine-member Board from the Weaverland Conference of the Old Order Mennonite church.
Located on 55 acres in picturesque rural West Earl Township, Lancaster County, Fairmount, a Life Plan Community, consists of 114 licensed Health Care beds, 74 licensed personal care beds, 12 residential living residences, 103 apartments and 52 cottages. Our retirement community is located on two adjoining campuses. Fairmount, a non-profit, church related facility, was founded in 1968 and is governed by a nine-member Board from the Weaverland Conference of the Old Order Mennonite church. All of Fairmount’s Skilled Nursing beds are licensed for Medicare and Medicaid. Fairmount’s policy is to serve all residents without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, religious creed, handicap or disability.
Residents enjoy a panoramic view of Lancaster County and its beautiful farming community. While within easy driving distance of Ephrata and New Holland, residents of Fairmount enjoy the advantage of quiet, country living.
An emphasis is placed on meeting spiritual needs. The Christian ministry of Fairmount’s staff and volunteers is a very important element of the facility. Numerous local church groups and pastors are actively involved in visiting Fairmount. Because of the compassionate, loving care, Fairmount is home to people who value personal relationships and care for each other.