Your patients receive high-quality senior care

Regardless of need, you can refer senior patients to Aberdeen Village CCRC with confidence. They’ll receive the same high-quality care and compassion they’ve come to expect from you.

At Aberdeen Village, a senior living community of Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America, an important part of caring is protecting the lifestyle of each person we serve. We ensure access to all levels of health services, including:

  • Independent living
  • Assisted living
  • Short-term rehabilitation
  • Long-term skilled nursing
  • Skilled memory support
  • Home health services for independent living residents
  • Podiatry and audiology care and in-house therapy covered by
    Medicare Part B

Care is guided by our medical director, Daniel Swagerty, MD, associate director for medical education at the Landon Center on Aging at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Aberdeen Village provides the highest level of care, matched with a commitment to keeping you informed.

By working together with seniors and their families, our team of medical professionals (including gerontology residents from The University of Kansas Hospital) creates a customized plan of care for each patient in a way that’s specific to their lifestyle preferences and medical needs.

What’s the referral process like?
We understand that time is of the essence when placing patients in long-term care or short-term rehabilitation, so we work closely with hospital social workers and discharge planners to make timely need evaluations and admission decisions. We accept patients during extended hours, holidays and weekends, and there’s no waiting to get in.

If you or your patient’s family would like a tour of Aberdeen Village prior to admission, we’d be happy to arrange it. To refer a patient or learn more, contact us.

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