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Carol Sue Friess: PATH Success Story

After Carol Sue Friess had her hip replaced, she chose to recover in Wichita Presbyterian Manor’s PATH® (Post-Acute to Home) program. “It was so convenient and I’d heard great things about it,” she said.
March 23, 2020

Eula McFarland took the PATH to success

After researching various short-term rehab communities on the west side of Wichita, Eula McFarland’s children felt Wichita Presbyterian Manor was the perfect community to rehab their mother back to her home. A major factor in her decision was the location. Eula also has friends who live in the Westerly Independent Living section of the community and they were able to give her a stamp of approval.
November 5, 2019

Joyce Carr’s PATH to success

Following a brief stay in the hospital, Leota “Joyce” Carr chose Wichita Presbyterian Manor’s PATH® (Post Acute to Home) program for her short-term rehabilitation. She heard numerous recommendations from friends and family who had loved ones who received exemplary care at the community. Their endorsements aided her decision-making, as well as the location, with the community being only eight minutes from her home.
September 15, 2019

Julia Welch, a PATH success story

Following a short term stay in the hospital, Julia Welch chose Wichita Presbyterian Manor’s PATH (Post-Acute to Home®) program for her short-term rehab stay. A major factor in her decision was that she was a current resident of the community and was familiar with the staff and the care.When she originally decided to move to Wichita Presbyterian Manor, Julia’s decision was influenced by the fact that the community offered a full continuum of care.
April 16, 2019

The "holy rollers"

Inez Brower, Bob Duncan, Jean Duncan, Wanda Glassburner, Dorothy Hall, Nancy Ross, Shirley Thompson and Barbara Works.[/caption]On September 29, eight Willows and PATH residents worked together to roll bandages for mission work. The residents involved were Inez Brower, Bob Duncan, Jean Duncan, Wanda Glassburner, Dorothy Hall, Nancy Ross, Shirley Thompson, and Barbara Works.
October 19, 2017