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    Life at Presbyterian Manor during COVID-19

    Making sure our residents can communicate with their loved ones has been a big task the last couple of months. We have written letters, video chatted, played games through windows and waved to them from fifth floor windows. Sometimes it is a challenge to make it all work out, but it is always a lot of fun.   Read More...

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    Staff spotlight: Bethany Tackett

    It’s been just seven short months since Bethany Tackett joined the Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor staff as the new director of administration services, but according to her, she already feels right at home in the community.Chances are you have already met—or at least seen—Bethany around the campus, but we thought we would sit down and ask her a few questions so that we could all get to know her a little better.What brought you to the Presbyterian Manor?I really believe it was...  Read More...

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    Journeyman comes home to become new director of environmental services

    From the Sedgwick County Zoo and Lake Afton Public Park to the Butterball turkey company and the Plumber’s Pipe Fitting Union, Jeff Robertson has been everywhere and done it all along the way to being named Presbyterian Manor’s new director of environmental services last spring.“Everything I’ve done in the past has helped me in what I’m doing today,” said Jeff. “God had a plan and knew what was going to happen—he was preparing me.”What &ldquo...  Read More...

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    Braylee Wynn, CNA, honored with integrity award

    Congratulations to CNA Braylee Wynn for receiving an award from the American Association of Post-Acute Care Nursing (AAPACN)!“It’s an integrity award, and I guess they (staff) value me a lot! I’m super excited that they think of me like that. I love my job.   Read More...

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    Annual Christmas Tea shows appreciation, celebrates accomplishments

    The Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor Christmas Tea is a time for staff and residents to come together in celebration not only for the holidays but also for the Presbyterian Manor leadership to show their appreciation to our staff with recognition and awards. We recognize service anniversaries, educational achievements and hand out door prizes.This year we celebrated the following individuals for educational accomplishments:Janelly Ambriz, CRA & SSD/Activity Director CourseKrystal Conklin, HH...  Read More...