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Waldron Nursing Center Gives Hope Through Therapy

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Quietly sitting on the East side of Highway 71 South Bypass, the Waldron Nursing Center is abound with social activities, a hub for community involvement and a staff of caring professionals.

Specializing in long term care, their licensed staff works closely together ensuring the best care possible. Boasting a 105 bed facility, with semi-private rooms the Waldron Nursing Center is designed to provide a warm, comfortable home where your loved one receives the care and assistance they need, and desire.

Sally White working with occupational therapy on upper body strength.

From restaurant style dining, and open courtyard, their amenities rival even the best home-like environments. A spacious dayroom allows residents to stay active while visiting among residents and visitors in the comfort of a smoke-free facility.

Within walking distance to the local hospital, and 24 hr. nursing care with RN’s and LPN’s, the daily activities, community outings, and visiting areas are a small sampling of the consistent attention to detail found inside the walls at Waldron Nursing Center.

Joyce Lowry working with occupational therapy on endurance

Aside from the comfortable atmosphere, their therapy services are often overlooked from those needing physical, occupational, speech, outpatient therapies. This is where the attention to detail really shines.

Therapy staff works with residents and patients on a daily basis to help your family member recover with a high success rate on short-term rehab stays. Therapy services are conducted under the watchful eye of certified staff who assist in personal needs, and recovery.

Kristy Young working with Sarah Weatherly on strengthening.

Waldron Nursing Center also assists in applying for Medicaid and accepts long-term care insurance.

For more information on their personal care, or to learn how they can help with physical therapy services, call (479) 637-3171, or stop by and visit with their staff at 1369 West 6th Street in Waldron, who would be glad to give you a tour. Ask for Patti or Anne.

Kansas Hunt RN Educator and Kinnely Wagner LPN

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