Wolfe County Health Care Center is a 100-bed nursing facility located in the Southeastern Kentucky town of Campton. We provide many services including 24-hour nursing, physician, radiology, laboratory and pharmacy services. We also offer Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy.

Our rural country setting, located in the “Naturally Gorgeous” Natural Bridge/Red River Gorge area of Kentucky, enhances the home-like atmosphere for our residents.

Our facility features a library, private chapel, secure courtyard, private room options, a beauty parlor, and a physician’s lounge. Each large room has a private bathroom. The recreation areas are spacious. The private courtyard is accessible from our common areas. Our well-equipped rehabilitation facility is fully staffed, features all new equipment and offers both inpatient and outpatient rehabilitative care.

Our facility offers 24-hour nursing care, physicians, pharmaceutical services, lab services, along with speech, physical and occupational therapies. We also feature special menus and diets, created and monitored carefully by a registered dietician.

Whether you and your family’s medical advisors are evaluating a short-term rehabilitative and recuperative stay for a family member or loved one, or the prospect of long-term care, we invite you to call today to schedule a tour.

Wolfe County Health and Rehabilitation Center offers a variety of engaging daily activities to reflect residents’ interests. These activities are designed to help give our residents the opportunity to not only maintain but improve their quality of life. We feature a beautiful lobby area and quaint, cozy dayrooms for families and residents to visit or have activities together such as birthday parties. Residents and families can also enjoy a cozy front porch with ceiling fans for southern comfort or the garden areas where we host cookouts during summer months.

Wolfe County Health and Rehabilitation Center offers phone and cable connections in each room, electronic security, individual heating and air units, private and semi-private rooms, the Wanderguard System, and Hospice services. We also offer pet therapy. We’d like to invite you visit our facility, and experience the spirit of caring from the heart, from the moment you walk through the front door. Wolfe County Health Care Center has achieved a reputation of quality care in a home-like setting, with a dedicated, compassionate staff.

KAHCF Awards

2008 My Inner View Customer Satisfaction Award
2008 Eastern District Facility of the Year Award
2008 Eastern District Photograph of the Year Award
2007 Eastern District Medical Service Award
2007 Statewide Medical Service Award
2007 Better Life Corporate Involvement
2006 My Inner View Excellence in Action Award
2006 Better Life Media Award
2003 Eastern District RN Award
2003 Statewide RN Award
2001 Eastern District Dietary Services Award
2000 Statewide Group Volunteer of the Year Award
1996 Eastern District Newsletter Award

KAHCF Awards

1996 Statewide Newsletter Award
1995 Eastern District Newsletter Award
1995 Statewide Newsletter Award
1994 Eastern District Facility of the Year Award
1994 Eastern District Medical Service Award
1994 Statewide Medical Service Award
1994 Eastern District Newsletter Award
1994 Statewide Newsletter Award
1993 Eastern District Newsletter Award
1993 Statewide Newsletter Award
1992 Eastern District Facility of the Year Award

Who We Are

Our administrator, Amy Prater, became an occupational therapist in 2001. She has been the Administrator at Wolfe County Health and Rehabilitation since 2013. She began her career at WCHR in 2002 as the Rehabilitation Manager.

Darlene Childers has been our rehabilitation manager for the past two years, and has been at Wolfe County HRC for nearly a decade. Our rehabilitation staff consists of two occupational therapists, one physical therapist, two physical therapy assistants, and one speech therapist.They have a combined total of over 45 years experience.

Brenda Creech, activity director, began her career at WCHR in 1995. In 2000, she became our Activity/Social Service Director. She makes sure residents stay involved in the community and provides them with meaningful, energetic activities.

Dianne Brewer has been our housekeeping and laundry supervisor since 2008. Dianne is very meticulous in her work, and is famous for her ‘green thumb.’ She helps to keep the beautiful flowers and plants throughout the facility grounds gorgeous. She ensures our residents’ home is pristine.

Mary Watkins, RN, is our director of nursing. She began her career at WCHR in 1993 as a nurse. She has previously been a unit supervisor and an MDS coordinator.

Sue is a registered dietary manager who began her career at WCHR in 2004. She prides herself in preparing and providing delicious meals and snacks to the residents, and knows every resident’s favorite foods by heart.