National Skilled Nursing Care Week 2021

This week our residents and staff celebrated National Skilled Nursing Care Week!!!  This year’s theme was “Together Through the Seasons” which honors the collaborative commitment of skilled nursing care facilities and their staff in providing compassionate care to their residents during these unprecedented times.  Despite the challenges of the pandemic staff has shown a faithful…

Facility Visitation Update

Our facility is scheduling visitation with residents at this time.  Guidelines are below and will be mailed to each Resident Representative.  Please call Hannah Combs, Dir of Activities and Social Services or Carolyn Bush, Activity Assistant at 606-668-3216 Monday-Friday 10Am-3PM to schedule a visit.  Thank you!!! Visitation Guidelines: All Visits must be scheduled in Advance.…

Love is in the Air

Wolfe County Health & Rehabilitation Center is getting decorated for Valentine’s Day! The residents & staff are all looking forward to celebrating Valentine’s Day and they are especially enjoying the beautiful decorations throughout the facility.

Group Bible Study

The residents at Wolfe County Health and Rehabilitation Center have enjoyed being able to gather and study the Bible together. The Wolfe County Health and Rehabilitation Center works hard to ensure that the residents remain safe and socially distanced while still being able to gather and enjoy each others company and study the Bible.

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Yummy treat

Wolfe County Health and Rehabilitation Center residents are so excited for their yummy treat. They wanted to specifically thank the Family Dollar Store for the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. They couldn’t wait to bite into them.

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Doughnut Time

Wolfe County Health and Rehabilitation Center would like to thank Farmer’s & Traders Bank for the delicious, fresh doughnuts for the staff. They were wonderful and hit the spot.

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Volunteer with creativity

Since the pandemic began, Brooke Prater has wanted to spread joy to the residents at Wolfe County Health and Rehabilitation Center. She initially had plans to volunteer over the summer, but with the closing of facility visitation she decided to make a personal card for each resident. The facility has 100 residents, so that’s 100…

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Coming out of retirement

Wolfe County Health and Rehabilitation Center would like to give a shout out to Pat McKinney, RN, who came out of retirement to help them during Covid-19. The facility is very thankful for her caring heart, her wonderful nursing skills, and that she chose their facility to work at during this time.