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Wichita Presbyterian Manor employee tests COVID-19 positive

An essential health care worker at Wichita Presbyterian Manor tested positive this week for COVID-19. The employee is in isolation and quarantined at home.
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July 10, 2020

Zero deficiencies for Wichita Presbyterian Manor’s infection control surveys

Wichita Presbyterian Manor’s health care center and assisted living received zero deficiencies on focused infection control surveys conducted by the Kansas Department of Aging and Disability Services (KDADS) this week. KDADS conducts nursing home surveys in Kansas on behalf of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
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July 10, 2020

Wichita Presbyterian Manor Celebrates 50 Years

In 1970, Wichita Presbyterian Manor opened its doors. For the first few years, the community only had the capacity for 24 residents. Before the decade was up, Presbyterian Manor added 60 senior living apartments. A series of expansions in the 1980s enabled the organization to serve the needs of hundreds of seniors at multiple levels of care.To celebrate our 50th anniversary, residents are invited to several events that will take place July through September. For 50 years, Wichita Presbyterian Mano...
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June 26, 2020

Independent Living Residents Trade Meetings at the Pub for Chats Via Zoom

The regular cocktail hour at Wichita Presbyterian Manor is one of Bob Reinke’s favorite times of day. As many as 20 residents typically gather around 5 p.m. in the “pub,” where they keep their libations of choice in individual storage lockers.When the community instituted social distancing guidelines, Bob found a way to continue the tradition.“I was the one that decided to get them in on the Zoom,” Bob said.Bob began using the videoconferencing application Zoom with...
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June 16, 2020

Resident and 'Ageless' Artist Share a Connection

This year’s Art is Ageless® program at Wichita Presbyterian Manor doubled as a reunion between an artist and a collector of his work.Mark Ward is a two-time people’s choice winner in the local art competition, a program of PMMA (Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America). Art is Ageless recognizes the talents of artists age 65 or older. Winners in the local competition go on to be judged at the systemwide level, and winners are featured in the annual Art is Ageless® calendar and not...
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June 6, 2020
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