Pleasant Hills is now open after 11 months of construction. Call us at 620-665-6639 and visit with Alicia.
Ground Breaking February 21, 2014
Ribbon cutting January 21, 2015
Our goal is to help our clients achieve the highest quality of life possible, allowing one to retain his or her dignity and independence. At Pleasant View Home we believe in providing old fashioned personal service accompanied by the latest in modern health care science.
- Pleasant View Home is dedicated to meeting the physical, social, and spiritual needs of the elderly.
- Pleasant View is a not-for-profit organization governed by six area churches.
- If you want a Christian oriented retirement community with high standards of quality, please contact us for an information packet or a personal tour.
- Pleasant View has been designated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) as a 5 star home.
- KDOA has recognized Pleasant View as a 8 time PEAK award winning home.
New Van and bus are welcome additions to Pleasant View Transportation
Front entrance of Pleasant Hills Home Plus located at 2500 Pleasant Hills Parkway
Pleasant View Home continues to be blessed in many ways, and this was evident with the special events that occurred, just weeks ago.
First of all, as we reported in the September newsletter, Secretary on Aging, Shawn Sullivan was scheduled to present the PEAK award at Pleasant View on Sept. 17. The presentation ceremony was well attended and Secretary Sullivan was complimentary of the person centered care that is provided at Pleasant View. He noted that there were only 4 nursing homes in Kansas that were honored as Pleasant View, as a mentoring home.
Speaking of mentoring, Pleasant View has hosted two mentoring experiences for facilities from various areas of Kansas. The mentoring experience includes a presentation on the meaning of person centered care, as well as testimonials from PVH staff as to how empowered staff provide the residents with choice throughout their day in a meaningful and comfortable environment.
Secondly, the staff were excited to see state surveyors recently walk in the door for the annual, unannounced, state survey. 4 State Surveyors looked in every nook and cranny, perused the medical records, asked for multitudes of documents and reports, and in the final analysis, determined that there were no deficiencies. This is quite a feat for the staff of Pleasant View, to once again have a zero deficiency survey. Staff deserve all the glory for such a high level of professionalism and expertise in caring for our residents.
Above, mentoring staff with mentees from Haysville, Clifton, and Wakenney