Twin Lakes Community was established in 1983 and is designated by the North Carolina Department of Insurance as a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC). Our neighborhoods are filled with people who come from all over and all walks of life. They are here to live with real purpose surrounded by others who are engaged and living a life that matters.
Twin Lakes Community is in an elite group of CCRCs throughout the country who are fully accredited by the Commission of Rehabilitation Facilities- Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CARF-CCAC). CARF-CCAC is the only accrediting body for continuing care retirement communities and other types of aging services in the nation. We maintain a Fitch financial rating attained by approximately 5% of all not-for-profit CCRCs throughout the country. We consistently have held a five-star rating through the national Center of Medicare/Medicaid Services. Less than 20% of skilled nursing facilities in the country hold this distinction. We are one of the largest and longest-established CCRCs in the state.
Twin Lakes began as a legacy of the family of Wade G. and Agnes Coble. As members of Macedonia Evangelical Lutheran Church, the Cobles left a bequest of $3.5 million to the church to establish health services for the elderly in Alamance County. The local church formed Lutheran Retirement Ministries of Alamance County, NC and began the mission which became Twin Lakes Community. Twin Lakes first opened its doors in April 1983 with Coble Creek Healthcare, three apartment buildings and ten cottages. By all measures our mission has been successful. Twin Lakes has served thousands of residents and family members from throughout the United States and has grown to include a campus of over 500 independent living residents, in addition to our residents in other levels of care.
Twin Lakes is centrally located in the heart of North Carolina between the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill, Triangle area, and the Greensboro/High Point/Winston Salem, Triad area, which places us between the campuses and teaching hospitals of Duke, UNC and Wake Forest Universities. Nationally acclaimed Elon University is minutes from our campus. We are easily accessed by two international airports, Amtrak, and two interstate highways located minutes from our entrance. We are centrally located in the Piedmont region midway between the mountains and the coast of North Carolina.
As a non-profit built on Christian values, we celebrate the progression of life and dignity of the individual by empowering all members of our community to live, work and serve to their fullest potential.
Our Core Values
Christ-Centered. Love, compassion, care, stewardship and service are at the heart of all we do.
Financially Stable. To honor our commitments to all members of our community, we must be good stewards of the resources provided to us.
People First. We provide innovative opportunities for personal fulfillment, dignity and well-being for all members of our community.
Quality. We are committed to enriching lives by providing superior services with integrity.
Inclusive. We celebrate the diversity of our community and welcome people of all faiths, races, cultures and life experiences.