Skilled Nursing in Wichita, KS

Compassionate, comprehensive care for you or the one you love

We believe in helping seniors live the way they want to live–even when they need nursing care. The Willows, our new skilled nursing and long-term care neighborhood offers brand new residences and common spaces in Wichita, Kansas.

For more than 40 years, Wichita Presbyterian Manor has been known for its delivery of quality health care and skilled nursing care in a warm, compassionate, homelike setting. Our goal is to maximize the physical, cognitive, emotional, social and spiritual potential of all residents, and provide peace of mind for those who love them.

Residents receive the specialized care they need in a supportive and dignified setting, leaving them free to focus on getting the most out of each and every day. Our skilled nursing neighborhoods feature amenities such as a library, hair salon, social activities and organized transportation.

Care that you deserve

We offer thoughtfully designed private and semiprivate suites with individually controlled heating and air conditioning. Our comprehensive program features state-of-the-art equipment and treatment programs, as well as 24/7 nursing care delivered by compassionate and dedicated health care professionals.

Here, quality of care leads to quality of life, where our skilled staff and innovative wellness programming come together to create a comfortable, nurturing environment.

Download our health care and rehabilitation brochure.

For more information or to schedule a tour, contact us.

Hospice care

Presbyterian Manor campuses partner with local hospice organizations to provide care and support to residents and their families when the resident's life-limit illness no longer responds to cure-oriented treatments. The goal of hospice is to offer your loved one comfort and dignity with special emphasis on controlling the emotional, spiritual and physical pain that may be associated with end-of-life care. A team of trained professionals and volunteers support a hospice patient in making the final life transition in the best manner possible.

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. A hospice patient’s care will be provided by a team that can include members from his or her family, the medical community, counselors and clergy, home health aides, and trained volunteers. Volunteers are trained to help with everyday tasks such as shopping, transportation, household chores, companionship and respite for caregivers.