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    Featured wellness activity: Sit & Fit

    One of the many health and wellness activities offered at Wichita Presbyterian Manor is “Sit & Fit.” This class is designed to increase muscle strength, range of movement and improve activities of daily living. A chair is used for seated exercise and standing support.PHOTO: Shown seated left to right: Evelyn Calderwood, Bonnie Nebe, Barbara Addison; standing, Health and Wellness Director Carol Gibbon.   Read More...

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    Get to know Dr. McCue

    Wichita Presbyterian Manor is pleased to welcome Tamara McCue, DO, as the new medical director for our long-term health care, short-term rehabilitation (PATH®), assisted living and memory care.A graduate of Oklahoma College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery, Dr. McCue brings nearly 30 years of experience to the role with a specialization in geriatric medicine. She is affiliated with TeamHealth, a post-acute care practice group comprised of physicians and other mid-level practitioners to fu...  Read More...

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    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. While she had a good experience w...  Read More...

  • Tell Your Doctor What’s on Your Bucket List

    Your doctor can’t read your mind. A doctor assumes everyone wants to live and continue to live the best, healthiest, happiest life possible — but that means something different for everyone. If your doctor knows about your long-term goals and “bucket list” items, however, that can be used to direct your health plan and goals.Dr.   Read More...

  • One Surprising Way Older Adults Can Get Healthier

    Whether or not we actually do the right things to improve our health, many of us probably assume we know what they are. Walk more. Quit smoking.   Read More...