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Welcome to Wichita Presbyterian Manor

Our sights are set on the future at Wichita Presbyterian Manor, offering senior living in Wichita, Kansas, that meets the ever-changing needs and wants of older adults and their families..

Our 13-acre campus is being redeveloped to offer expanded and new health services for seniors with the same quality care that we have been offering for more than four decades.

Phase one is now open featuring all-new skilled nursing and Post-Acute To Home (PATH®) rehabilitation neighborhoods, virtual therapy equipment and assisted living and memory care residences, as well as expanded conveniences, comforts and common spaces.

  • Assisted living features brand-new residences and a personalized balance of independence and assistance.
  • Skilled nursing delivers comprehensive care in a homelike setting, with all-new residences.
  • Memory care, completely new to the Wichita Presbyterian Manor campus, offers state-of-the-art care with an emphasis on comfort and familiarity.
  • Post-Acute To Home program serves as a bridge between hospital and home for patients recovering from illness, injury or surgery.

Phase two will include new independent living residences at The Westerly with new services and amenities that support an ideal retirement lifestyle.

Throughout construction and beyond, we will continue to offer independent living in The Westwinds, our original independent living neighborhood.

When our redevelopment is completed, you’ll see a transformed senior living community, with the same commitment to high-quality care that’s become the hallmark of Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America.

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Presbyterian Manor sponsored "I'll be Me" screening


More than 200 people attended an April 21 screening of "I'll be Me," the documentary chronicling Glen Campbell's battle with Alzheimer's disease and his final music tour.

In 2011, music legend Glen Campbell set out on an unprecedented tour across America. What was thought would last five weeks instead went for 151 sold-out shows over a year-and-a-half across America, including Wichita.

What made this tour extraordinary was that Glen had recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. He was told to hang up his guitar and prepare for the inevitable. Instead, he and his wife went public with his diagnosis and announced that his family would set out on a “Goodbye Tour.”

The film documents this journey as he and his family navigate the unpredictable nature of Glen’s progressing disease using love, laughter and music as their medicine of choice.

Along with Wichita Presbyterian Manor, the showing also was sponsored by LeadingAge Kansas, the Alzheimer’s Association and Newton Presbyterian Manor.


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