I always like my nurses and I always have good care.


Leora Leatherman


My favorite part of living here is the friends I have made. I like all the activities and the staff is good to me. The therapy department here is great.

Wendell Wheeless


The staff are always helpful and kind.

Roberta Dauer

The meals are always good.

Ray Oxborrow


I love everything about it here. Everyone is good to me.

Audrey Palmer


The staff are all so kind and helpful. If I can’t live at home this is the next best place.

Lois Johnson

I love seeing the nursing and therapy departments working together to get the residents to the point of going home. We have had many residents in the past year that we thought would have to live with us the rest of their lives. Instead, they were encouraged to work hard, improve greatly and often went home. I feel we find hope in the small achievements and they grow into reality.

Melanie Delgadillo, ADON

One of my favorite experiences was witnessing a resident rely on God. He has had a bumpy past and isn’t proud of some things he has done. He has made a complete 360 turn since being here. He is very scared about an upcoming event and I witnessed one of our nurses praying with him. The difference I saw in him after they prayed is truly amazing. These residents are our family!


Sierra Freeman, CNA

Here at PHRC we have a resident whose family members are always bringing us goodies. Not only does it always taste great, it is nice to know that they love and trust us to care for their loved one like our own. It is more of a family gathering than “you just take care of Mom”. This makes me very happy.


Kim Reed, CNA

I am the restorative aide at PHRC. When I am able to get someone to walk, that has not walked in a very long time, it is such a good feeling. Especially when a family member lets you know how much they appreciate what you do. When those family members keep you informed of what is going on in their lives it makes you fee like you are part of their family and that you had a big part in that residents recovery.

Bev Shelton, Restorative Aide