Health Care

The Health Care Center 

at Rush County Nursing Home, a Medicare-certified facility licensed by the State of Kansas, strives to offer a high standard of services in a pleasant environment.  

Retirement Living

Join our Retirement Family

The Locust Grove retirement apartments  offer a comfortable, secure, hassle-free, and convenient way of life for senior citizens.

 

Rehabilitation Services

Rush County Nursing Home

provides Skilled Nursing and Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy.  These services are provided through the Medicare program... 

Adult Day Services

The Day Service Program

is an organized for an adult individual whose physical, mental, and psychosocial needs can be met by intermittent nursing services.

 
Cruisin’ with Rush County Nursing Home!
 

The residents, staff and friends set sail this summer on a world wide “cruise”.  It all started in Margaretville, Florida as we set sail in our cruise ship the Leaky Teaky.  This imaginary trip was a total team effort as we took two weeks to sail to 12 Ports of Call.  Various persons signed on to plan a Port of Call destination, including staff members, therapy contractors, volunteers, and  family members.  The home was decorated appropriately in keeping with the cruise theme.  Learn more about our "Cruise event" and/or view our "Port of Call" photo gallery.

 
 
Rush County nursing home...

 

Nestled in a scenic country setting, Rush County Nursing Home and Locust Grove retirement apartments offer skilled nursing, long-term health care, rehabilitation services, and independent living in your choice of one- or two-bedroom apartments.

Our front porch, complete with lots of plants and comfortable outdoor furniture, is just the beginning of the sense of warmth and welcome that permeates Rush County Nursing Home. This sense of coming home continues as you walk into the sitting room with its tasteful decor and numerous, framed photos of residents. Attractive and nourishing meals are served in the sun-filled dining room, maximizing socialization opportunities for our long-term care residents. The sun room with kitchenette serves as the setting for many life enrichment opportunities offered to our residents. It also doubles as a cozy location for family gatherings

Rush County Nursing Society is a nonprofit organization operated by a local five-member Board of Directors.

Since 1978 the Rush County Nursing Home has faithfully served the residents of Rush County and all of the central plains, subsequently establishing a reputation for high quality health care and retirement living.

Sixty employees provide quality health services in a variety of occupations, including nursing, dietary, environmental services, therapy, social services and accounting. Rush County Nursing Home is proud to have a staff noted for its caring and professional services. The employees are friends and neighbors of those they serve, embracing the small-town creed of neighbors helping neighbors.

Rush County Nursing Home invites you to consider joining our family of residents who have chosen comfort, convenience, security, and companionship as a way of life.

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FAMILY MEMBER QUOTE

"We are one big family at RCNH. The residents and staff get really close and that is a wonderful thing."







NEWS & INFORMATION

 

  •  Updated Photo Gallery

    View photos of activities and events at the Rush County Nursing Home. 

    View Photos

  • New - Rathke named to Board of Directors

    Charlote Rathke was elected to serve on the Board of Directors of the Kansas Assoc. of Homes and Services for the Aging..   

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  • 2011 Spring Newsletter

    Learn more about activities and events at the Rush County Nursing Home.   

    Newsletter (PDF)

 

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  •    New Satisfaction Survey

    The Board of Directors recently completed a satisfaction survey among residents, family and the staff members at Rush County Nursing Home. This annual commitment by the Board is important to improving the services and care provided in our home.

    In 2011, respondents rated questions on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being most positive and 1 being least positive.

    -80% of respondents indicated a score of 8-10 on the questions, where would you rate the personal level of care for the residents?

    -89% rated a 8-10 on the cleanliness of the facility.

    -94% of all persons responding rated the interaction of staff members with the residents at a 8-10 level.

    -81% overall rated the Rush County Nursing Home a 8-10 score.

    We thank our constituencies for their feedback and commit to continue striving to make improvements and growth in our organization.

  • Nursing Home Video

    View a short video highlighting the quality and professional services we provide.

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  • "Bucket List"

    "Residents seeing wishes come true at nursing home", article and photo provided by the Hutchinson News.
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