Prairie Manor Nursing Home opened in September of 1986 with the goal of bringing our people home and providing the care they needed in their own community. We are a not-for-profit organization, our Board of Directors are all voluntary, generous Christians, with one goal in mind — that is, to SERVE THE COMMUNITY AND PROVIDE A HIGH QUALITY, WELL ROUNDED, INDIVIDUALIZED PLAN OF CARE FOR EACH ONE OF OUR RESIDENTS. While we are not part of a large national chain, we are proud to be counted among the top facilities in the state recognized for complying with rigorous national health care performance standards. We are fortunate to have approximately 22 physicians that serve our residents, with at least 5 who visit residents in house.

Over the years, Prairie Manor Nursing Home has consistently grown to meet the evolving needs of seniors in the community and has added several additional services. These services included a progressive in patient rehabilitation program offering three disciplines of therapies, physical, occupational, and speech, as well as a restorative program to help maintain optimum capabilities and independence. Our social and activities departments strive to meet all of the individual’s psychosocial and activity needs in the facility as well as in the community as much as possible. Each employee is reminded upon hiring that they are being afforded the privilege of working in the “RESIDENTS’ HOME; they do not live in OUR workplace”.