Summit at New Port Richey is a beautiful, homelike Assisted Living and Memory Care Facility located just minutes from the Gulf of Mexico near Tampa Florida.
We live by a philosophy of Successful Aging for our residents, providing them with opportunities to grow and learn.
Life at Summit at New Port Richey is meant to enhance the lives of our seniors by providing a cozy, home-like atmosphere, with all the advantages of living in an active community. From concerts, holiday celebrations and parties to trips to local restaurants and Wii-bowling tournaments – our residents are constantly stimulated with activities of their choosing. We encourage participation in as many activities as possible, in a relaxed environment.
Our Assisted Living facility is licensed by the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration and operated for the purpose of providing seniors with long-term residential care, room, board (three meals a day and nutritious snacks), housekeeping, 24-hour personal care, a varied activity schedule, and 24-hour supervision. Staff is on duty 24 hours a day and personal care services, including medication assistance, are available at any time.
In addition to Assisted Living, Summit at New Port Richey has a memory care wing with specially trained staff for dementia and Alzheimer’s residents to keep your loved ones safe and secure.
- Semi Private Apartments
- Standard Private Apartments
- Deluxe Apartments
- Furnished Apartments, but we encourage residents to bring cherished furnishings and belongings
- Basic cable hook-ups in all apartments
- 3 Well-Balanced, Chef-Prepared Meals plus Snacks
- A roomy main dining room offers restaurant-style dining
- A more intimate dining area is provided for those residents who are more comfortable with a less busy experience with individualized attention
- Beauty Salon and Barber Shop
- Housekeeping, Linen and Personal Laundry Service Provided
- Scenic courtyards and porch areas for relaxing and visiting
A full schedule of activities including
- Tea Parties
- Trips to Tarpon Springs and other local attractions
- Arts and Crafts
Americana 50s Diner
A 50s style diner with old style booths and a huge, varied menu. It’s like going home for our residents from the north who’ve always loved eating at diners.
Robert K. Rees Memorial Park
Just a short distance away from the hustle and bustle of U.S. 19 in New Port Richey is an oasis of sun, fun and relaxation. Enjoy the beach or stroll along a 650-boardwalk that snakes through the mangroves, leading to a two-story observation deck overlooking the water. A must for bird lovers should as ospreys, blue herons and sea cranes, to name a few, migrate in the park.
Tarpon Springs Aquarium
A spectacular living reef, once the domain of divers only, may now be experienced by all. Live coral, sponges, sharks and fish come together to form this truly unique undersea oasis.
Weeki Wachi Springs
The mermaids at Weeki Wachee Springs have delighted visitors since 1947. Today, visitors can still witness the magic of the mermaids, take a river boat cruise and canoe or kayak on the Weeki Wachee River. The 538-acre park features a first magnitude spring and a 400-seat submerged theatre for watching the live mermaid show.
Nature Coast Botanical Gardens and Nursery
3.5 acres has been transformed into an oasis of beauty and serenity. From dawn till dusk you can visit the specialized gardens to enjoy the beauty of nature. Find tranquility in this green gem in the middle of a suburban setting.
Sun Cruz Casino
A floating 13,000+ square foot tri-level casino featuring more than 325 Slot Machines ranging from 5 cents to $5 and many table games including Craps, Roulette, 3-Card Poker, Let-It-Ride and Blackjack! Also includes 3 bars, an open-air top deck, entertainment and more!
Richey Suncoast Theatre
The Richey Suncoast Theatre is New Port Richey’s community theater offering plays, stage productions, music shows and more from September through May every year.
Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks
The Sponge Docks District of Tarpon Springs is still thriving as both a historic and a current tourist destination. The street winds its way from the bayou towards the Tarpon Springs Aquarium at the far end. Along the way it passes the marina and Sponge Boats docked along the north side of the street and the Historic Sponge Exchange on the south. There are many restaurants serving traditional Greek cuisine and fresh seafood that dot the street as well as quaint boutiques that sell everything from real sponges to imported goods.
Armed Forces History Museum
The Armed Forces History Museum has over 45,000 sq. ft. of interactive, exciting and informative venue of military history. The museum focuses on the major conflicts of the 20th century and possesses the largest collection of military memorabilia in the state of Florida.
Catches Waterfront Grille
Located right on the water, it’s a great place for fresh seafood, delicious crab cakes, and some of the best appetizers in town. It’s the place to go for enjoying an amazing meal while watching the boats go by.
Residents pay for only the services they need.
Summit at New Port Richey Provides the following Services
What is the criteria for living in this facility?
The Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (“AHCA”) determines the criteria for entrance into assisted living communities. In general, a resident who lives at Summit at New Port Richey must be able to transfer and ambulate independently, although the use of a walker, cane, wheelchair or other assistive device is allowed. Residents may require some assistance with bathing, dressing, medication management and personal care, or they may be completely independent with these tasks. A resident who requires ongoing skilled services and care is not eligible for assisted living. The staff at Summit at New Port Richey as well as the resident’s primary care physician work together to determine eligibility. Please contact Summit at New Port Richey if you are interested in scheduling a preliminary eligibility assessment.