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143 Mayfield Rd
Alpharetta, GA, 30009
United States

(770)-667-6078

Mayfield Oaks is a small, family owned, state certified personal care home located in the heart of Alpharetta, Georgia.  We offer a unique homelike setting that lends itself towards a true family environment.  

Testimonials

We are thankful for the many testimonials provided by our resident families.
In the spring of 2013 I was living at a very pleasant Assisted Living center in the Atlanta area. However, when there was a notice from the administration that the rent would soon be raised to a level that was unaffordable for me, I began a search for a new home. A friend suggested I consider a Personal Care Home. I had my reservations but began an online search. With the help of close friends. I discovered Mayfield Oaks, a small, family-run home with apartments for twelve residents in Alpharetta. On my first visit, I was greeted warmly by the owner and treated to a tour of a residence beautifully decorated and with the warmest of atmospheres. The common rooms were very inviting and the staff extraordinarily friendly. Then I was shown the apartments, roomy with lots of light and windows overlooking beautiful grounds. The one apartment that was available for rent looked out on a pear tree that had a flock of Eastern Bluebirds perched on its branches. Being a serious birder, I was immediately smitten. Thus began my very happy retirement years at Mayfield Oaks. I continue here under the supervision of caring owners and staff, enjoying well prepared meals, interesting and varied activities, and the pleasant company of the other residents.
— Pat Watts: Resident since March 2013
Two years ago, when my dad, who at the time was 89, and I searched for a suitable senior care facility (assisted living facility) for him to move in to, we had a few core values in mind that we wanted to find expressed: a non-institutional environment—a homey feel; home cooked meals; spacious private quarters with their own bathroom; a safe homey neighborhood; caring staff; a supportive environment where Dad could regain a sense of independence; a facility that honored his Christian values.

We found all these at Churchill Manor.

Then Jim and Helen Boyle took ownership of Dad’s home shortly after he had moved in. They brought with them a strong sense of family love, personal attention and caring.
Their thoughtful daughters would visit Dad at night to chat and say goodnight to him. Jim would visit Dad and have heart to heart “manly conversations” with Dad and, knowing that Dad was a WWII veteran, invited him to a dinner event in honor of veterans. Helen visited Dad on a daily basis to privately show her interest in his welfare and would contact me immediately to share if there were any concerns regarding his health, safety or level of comfort that needed to be addressed.

As a result of the Boyle’s ownership, I was beginning to see the change in Dad, he was showing more joy, was happy, and for the first time he called his new environment “home.” And I was feeling more comfortable, grateful for this addition of personal love and caring that Jim and Helen Boyle provided and continue to provide to all the residents and their families at Mayfield Oaks.

— Janice Wakiyama (2014)
I feel honored to write this testimonial about Mayfield Oaks. My Mom, Louise, had been there for over 5 years. I can’t express enough our thanks and gratitude for just how wonderful everyone took care of her - it truly was her home. Mom needed extra care and I know she would not have gotten that love and care from another assisted living residence like she did at Mayfield Oaks.

Mom went to be with the Lord at 93 and her last 5 years were full of love and joy!!!

My wife Kathy and I can’t express enough how thankful we are that we found Mayfield Oaks. We highly recommend to everyone the loving care by Jim, Helen and the entire team.
— Bob Conrad


A couple of years ago my mom was suffering with dementia when she lost her caregiver at home suddenly. I felt she needed continuous care so I started looking at retirement and personal care communities around the Alpharetta area. Mom had lived in the Alpharetta/Roswell area almost all her life so I wanted to keep her in the area. My wife and I looked at several locations and none of them seemed to be the right place. Then we were on our way back to moms house when I remembered there was a personal care home (Churchill Manor, now Mayfield Oaks) right across the street from where she lived for the last 45+ years so we stopped in to take a look and just fell in love with the people and the facility there. We met Helen and a few of the other workers and toured the facility. We felt this would be the right place for Mom if they had an opening. They just happened to have a room so the timing was perfect. The next thing was to convince Mom that it was the right move and she came over to tour the site and meet the team. She thought it would be good as well. A few weeks later we moved her in.

Mom just loved the workers, the management and the other tenants. She lived there until she passed away last February. I couldn’t have been happier with the way the caregivers treated her and took care of her while she was there. She even had an old neighbor friend who was at the same facility so she felt like it was Home.
— Mark Day (2018)