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In the spotlight: Erika Long

As we continue to celebrate Year of the Nurse, we’re putting the spotlight on Erika Long, a nurse in our community who is dedicated to our residents and the Presbyterian Manor mission.
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June 26, 2020

Technology brings residents and families together during pandemic

Even though residents have been restricted from having family and friends visit during the pandemic, technology is making face-to-face time possible, keeping connections safe and meaningful.
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June 17, 2020

Newton Presbyterian Manor Awarded $10,000 Grant from BlueCross BlueShield of Kansas

Newton Presbyterian Manor has been awarded the “Pathways to a Healthy Kansas Achievement Grant” from BlueCross BlueShield of Kansas for $10,000.
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June 7, 2020

“I remember where I was when…”

As we’re all living through COVID-19, which will no doubt become a historic event in all of our lives, residents at Newton Presbyterian Manor have reflected on other historic events in their lifetimes and share those memories with you here.VJ Day“During WWII, I was assigned to an aerial reconnaissance unit and at one point was stationed on the island of New Guinea. Sometime in April 1945, we were shipped north to the Philippine island of Leyte near the town of Tacloban. We had been i...
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May 20, 2020

Newton Presbyterian Manor Employee Tests Covid-19 Positive

NEWTON, Kan. – An essential health care worker at Newton Presbyterian Manor tested positive this week for COVID-19. The employee is in isolation and quarantined at home.“Our top priority is the safety of our residents and staff members,” said Jeanne Gerstenkorn, PMMA’s infection preventionist and vice president for health and wellness, “We were notified by the Harvey County Health Department on Thursday [April 30] that a staff member has tested positive for COVID-19...
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May 1, 2020
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