The Village At Carroll Park in Grandview, Missouri is one of senior living communities in the area. To find the right community for your needs and budget, connect with one of A Place For Mom’s local senior living advisors for free, expert advice.
Here at Kansas City Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing, we are dedicated to accelerating positive, successful outcomes for our short-term recovery and rehab patients. After all, you come here for one reason: to complete your recovery and rehab and return home. And we intend to help you reach...
AHC of Overland Park provides a unique solution to those looking for an alternative to a nursing home. The professionals at our state-of-the-art facility specialize in short-term nursing and rehabilitation. Under the direction of your physician, licensed nursing professionals provide twenty-four...
Studio, 1bd, 2bd, Private, Semi-Private
Village Shalom is a Continuing-Care Retirement Community located in southern Overland Park, Kansas. We offer independent living villas, assisted living apartments, short-term rehabilitation suites, long-term skilled nursing care, assisted living memory/Alzheimer' care and skilled nursing...
Overland Park Center is a vibrant and cozy village of 248 residents and skilled, compassionate staff who create our homey atmosphere. Whether they are making Overland Park Center home, or staying short-term for rehab, while working toward a return to independent living, residents are treated to...
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To reach a resident at The Village At Carroll Park call: (816) 761-6838
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