Certified nursing assistants, or CNAs, are the backbone of many healthcare settings. Their work is often behind-the-scenes but gives residents crucial care and assistance with activities of daily living. During the month of June, we give them special
Environmental Services Director Kent Lips is a man of many talents and interests, and he brings those strengths to his position at Clay Center Presbyterian Manor. He’s been with us for three and a half years and is appreciated by all for his positive
“Our nation’s more than 600,000 social workers have amazing tenacity and talent.”
Tenacity: it’s a word used by the National Association of Social Workers to describe its professionals, and those who have benefited from a social worker’s services would agree. Their ability to find resources and solve residents’ challenges
Gilbert has been at the helm of Clay Center Presbyterian Manor since the spring, and he has some insight to share with us about his journey so far.
He’s pleasantly surprised by the involvement of the Clay Center community and is looking forward to
Physical therapist Russ Geyer with Aegis Therapies has worked in wide variety of environments, but long-term care is his favorite.
“I’ve been a physical therapist for 23 years and have worked in home health, outpatient, schools and hospitals.
Every spring, Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America employees have the opportunity to apply for education assistance funds. Sarah Oenning, PMMA’s development director, said that’s because a group of private donors had the vision many years ago to
Lovely piano tunes and beautiful voices are known to fill the air at Clay Center Presbyterian Manor, and to our delight, it’s often one of our very own staff members who perform.
Julie Cole, Medical Records Coordinator
I have been playing piano since