Mt. Vernon Countryside Manor is a licensed nursing home with the ability to care for 91 residents, including 32 in need of specialized, skilled nursing care. In addition to our long-term care program, we have an outstanding short-term rehabilitation program for those who are recuperating from surgery or an injury and need a comprehensive program to regain their strength and independence. We accept both Medicare and Medicaid plans.
Mt. Vernon Countryside Manor operates under the philosophy that residents need to be nurtured, respected, and engaged in making decisions about their activities and health care. We strive to create a genuine, comfortable place for our residents to call home and we focus on fulfilling individuals’ needs and wishes to the greatest extent possible. As a member of the Midland Pioneer Coalition for Culture Change, we consistently seek to make a difference in our residents’ lives by creating a person-centered culture in our community.
We are also committed to keeping our facilities up-to-date and equipped with the latest technologies to provide the best care possible. We consistently renovate our building as needed to maintain a home-like atmosphere and to keep our facility safe and secure.
At Mt. Vernon, we take pride in the high level of education, training, and experience our staff members have obtained in their specific careers. But it is their level of dedication to our residents that qualifies them to be members of our family. We combine the expertise of registered nurses, physical and occupational therapists, a registered dietician, a specially-trained activity director, and many other staff members to provide the comprehensive care and support our residents need.
We affirm the right of all individuals in our community to achieve their highest level of well-being in mind, body, and spirit. At Mt. Vernon Countryside Manor, we plan a variety of recreational and social activities for our residents’ enjoyment and convenience. We also encourage family members to come and join us during these events, which promotes emotional, physical, and social wellness throughout our community.
Caring for seniors and individuals with special needs is more than just providing a place to live, eat, and sleep. For a living environment to be truly called a home, residents need to be nurtured, respected, and engaged in making decisions about their activities and health care. You will find all of these attributes at any one of our senior living facilities. To learn more about King Management, please visit us at: www.kingmgt.com, or give us a call at (618) 327-3064.