Stanton Health Center
50 Years of Caring Cookbook
Stanton Health Center has put together cookbooks with recipes from residents, staff and family members. All proceeds will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Association. The cookbooks are $10 each. Stop in and get your’s today!
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas here at SHC!
The Annual Stanton Health Center
Christmas Social was a hit!
We had a beautiful day with many families. There were over 150 in attendance this year including residents. There was lots of good food, good conversation, presents and fun was had by all!
We had several on the “Good” list this year. Santa brought many smiles and chuckles when he stopped.
Stanton Health Center’s 2018
“Above and Beyond”
Valentines Day Celebration
Westside Regency King & Queen
Keith & Irene Mewis
Meadowlark Lane King & Queen
Elvin & Gladys Frank
Cottageview Lane King & Queen
Roland Wilke & Bea Hoar
Cobblestone Village King & Queen
Melvon Vollbrecht & Margaret Ettles
Valentine’s Day Couple’s Lunch 2019
Gladys & Elvin Frank
Annie & Marlin Westerhaus
Irene & Keith Mewis
Karen & Jerry Hahlbeck
Barb & Leroy Daniel
Working Together To Keep Our Community Safe
Coming together is a beginning.
Keeping together is progress.
Working together is success.
Stanton Health Center conducted an Emergency Preparedness Drill/Training for the facility which included local entities including; Stanton County Public Power, Stanton Public Schools, Stanton County Emergency Management, Stanton Fire & Rescue, Stanton County Sheriff’s Department along with Asera Care Hospice and Stanton Health Center Employees. The training is required federally to ensure that we have a program in place in case of a disaster. We will be doing this yearly and we appreciate everyone’s participation.
On December 21, 2018 we had a “Facility Explosion” Live Exercise from 1-3 p.m. The event occurred within our Wing 2 & Therapy Gym areas. The scenario focused on one of our propane tanks exploding causing electrical/ main structural damage and fires. Numerous staff and bystanders needed immediate rescue and medical treatment from the explosion and the severe exposure of winter within the damaged and surrounding areas that threaten the safety of the entire facility.
Since this was a drill we wanted to make it as real as possible. Lights were out, a smoke machine was used, there was debris strung throughout the therapy room and Dan even had dead wires hanging from the ceiling.
Staff along with Fire/Rescue assisted finding “patients” and getting them the care they needed.