Samuel Robinson is originally from South Carolina, and recently moved back to the Palmetto State from Charlotte, NC. He is a trained Chef and experienced culinary leader. We are excited to have Samuel oversee our culinary program at Kempton of Charleston!
There’s always something to enjoy. Take a look at our monthly calendar to see all of the exciting activities and events going on in the community.
Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas! May you enjoy this holiday season of joy hope, peace and good will.
Kempton of Charleston is going to keep our residents busy on a daily basis. Charleston is a beautiful city! We will have an app available for residents and families to see our daily activities. Call Lisa to schedule a tour at 843-754-6940
Our assisted living residents will dine in style in our beautiful restaurant. Take a peek at Bright cheery design.
Kempton of Charleston had our first event last night. Our Executive Chef prepared fabulous appetizers for the physicians that joined us. Kempton is a beautiful community, combined with a focus on providing excellent Resident services.
Medicare certified rehabilitation and skilled nursing services provide the services and guidance needed to meet your goals. Using individualized plans, our highly trained team recognizes the critical role we play. The team assist you to strive to regain function and independence. With our caring and supportive skilled nursing setting, you or your loved one will …Read More…
At our community, residents can enjoy luxury amenities including: Well-appointed studio, one bedroom and two-bedroom apartment homes with kitchenettes Private bathrooms with zero-entry showers Monthly Calendar of activities and events Outdoor terrace and pocket park Onsite Parking
At Kempton of Charleston, you or your loved ones can enjoy our luxury senior living apartment homes and amenities. Being located in the heart of the peninsula, Kempton is close to everything this desirable zip code has to offer. Take a look at one of our assisted living apartments below.
The beautiful palmettos definitely remind us why South Carolina is called the Palmetto State. Of course, we are delighted to have the palm trees planted in the community!