Skilled Nursing & Long-term Care at Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America

With Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America's skilled nursing staff, we look to offer our patients the best nursing care we can provide.

Having to adjust our lifestyle for health reasons can be one of the most difficult changes we face in life. With a comprehensive system of health care and rehabilitation services available, you’ll have all the information and support you need to make the right decision for yourself or a loved one, at the right time. As a Medicare-certified provider, we understand Medicare and state guidelines and can help navigate the often confusing regulations to make sure you and your family stay informed.

You can get started learning about Medicare with our helpful flip chart or by visiting

Dignity and Confidence

Nursing, therapies, activities, social services, dining services, housekeeping, laundry and building maintenance use a team approach to make resident life in the health care area one of dignity and confidence.

The cornerstone of our service is the interdisciplinary team approach. With input from the resident, family members, and physicians, we implement a customized care plan designed to maximize each individual’s capabilities. We adhere to a community-wide quality assurance program that ensures our commitment to our residents and families is upheld.

Long-term care includes medical and non-medical services to people who have chronic illness or disability, meeting their health and personal needs. Most long-term care helps people with activities of daily living such as dressing, bathing and using the restroom. We provide long-term care for people who meet the criteria to be admitted to a nursing home in Kansas or Missouri.

Rehabilitation Services

Our rehabilitation therapy program is designed to return physical functioning. Whether to get you on the road to a long or short recovery, we work with you to provide a therapy regimen to help you regain what may have been diminished or affected during the illness or from an injury.

Rehabilitation therapy treatments can help you:

  • Build strength and coordination
  • Enhance your ability to get around on your own with or without supportive equipment such as a walker
  • Improve your range of motion
  • Manage chronic pain
  • Improve your balance
  • Care for amputations and maintain prosthetic limbs
  • Benefit from therapies such as ultrasound and electrical stimulation
  • Improve swallowing ability

Hospice care

Our campuses partner with a variety of local hospice providers to provide services of comfort and support to residents and their families when a resident’s life-limiting illness is no longer responsive to cure-oriented treatments.

When a person chooses to receive hospice care, the physician and hospice team will work with him or her and the family to prepare a plan of care.

Medicare covers certain hospice services. For more information, visit our FAQs.