North Ridge Health & Rehab

Let’s Begin Together


We know finding a senior living community that meets all of your needs or the needs of someone you care for can be overwhelming, sometimes even a little bit complicated. Our goal is to assist you and your family during your search, no matter what stage of the process you are in.

Getting started can be the most challenging part of the search for senior living but you’re not alone—we’re here to help. We’ve compiled information that will guide you in making a thoughtful, well-informed decision about your next steps.

Our team of experts can answer any questions that you might have. Let us help you make the best decision for you or a family member. 

Senior Living Options—what are your needs?

With choice, comes questions. How do you know what type of senior living is best? Skilled nursing care? Assisted or independent living? Memory care? To help you determine which is right, here’s an overview of the different types of senior care available at our communities.

Skilled Nursing and Transitional Care

Whether you’ve just spent a few days in the hospital and are not strong enough to return home safely, or additional medical resources are needed, our Skilled Nursing and Transitional care options can help. We offer both short-stay and long-term services and solutions.

Memory Care

Our Memory Care program is designed to meet the needs of individuals who have cognitive challenges resulting from Alzheimer’s, dementia, or accident. The program utilizes a person-centered approach that helps create feelings of belonging and purpose for each resident. We believe maintaining identity and a strong sense of self comes from living a life filled with meaning and purpose. Residents in our Memory Care program enjoy a secure environment where they can safely engage in activities such as gardening and kitchen work along with other tasks that provide the opportunity to use everyday skills.

Assisted Living

The Assisted Living option at one of our communities provides a supportive environment where you can live the lifestyle you desire. For those tasks you may need a little help with, daily assistance is available. Whether it’s taking medication, showering, or doing laundry, our wide range of services and care packages can positively impact quality of life, health, and safety.

The Residence at North Ridge Assisted Living

Independent Living

We’re pleased to offer Independent Living at two of our communities, where you’ll find options to help you make the most of your retirement years. As an independent living resident, you will enjoy the convenience of restaurant-style dining and the added options of housekeeping, laundry, transportation services and much more.

• The Residence at North Ridge Independent Living

• The Residence at Rolling Hills Independent Living

Our communities


Arrowhead Health and Rehab
Jonesboro, GA | 770-478-3013

Bainbridge Health and Rehab
Bainbridge, GA | 229-243-0931

Fort Gaines Health and Rehab
Fort Gaines, GA | 229-768-2521

Fort Valley Health and Rehab
Fort Valley, GA | 478-825-2031

Jesup Health and Rehab
Jesup, GA | 912-427-6873

Meadowbrook Health and Rehab
Tucker, GA | 770-491-9444

Roberta Health and Rehab
Roberta, GA | 229-768-2521

Twin View Health and Rehab
Twin City, GA | 478-763-2141


Arma Health and Rehab
Arma, KS | 620-347-4103

Botkin Care and Rehab
Wellington, KS | 620-326-7437

Chase County Care & Rehab
Cottonwood Falls, KS | 620-273-6369

Colby Health and Rehab
Colby, KS | 785-462-6721

Downs Care and Rehab​
Downs, KS | 785-454-3321

Edwardsville Care Center
Edwardsville, KS | 913-441-1900

El Dorado Care and Rehab
El Dorado KS | 316-321-4444

Eskridge Care Center
Eskridge, KS | 785-449-2294

Haviland Care Center
Haviland, KS | 620-862-5291

Hutchinson Health and Rehab
Hutchinson, KS | 620-662-0597

Kaw River Care and Rehab
Edwardsville, KS | 913-422-5832

Lansing Care and Rehab
Lansing, KS | 913-727-1284

McPherson Health and Rehab
McPherson, KS | 620-241-5360

Neodesha Care and Rehab
Neodesha, KS | 620-325-3088

Onaga Health and Rehab
Onaga, KS | 785-889-4227

Oswego Health and Rehab
Oswego, KS | 620-795-4429

Parkway Care and Rehab
Edwardsville, KS | 913-422-5952

Peabody Health and Rehab
Peabody, KS | 620-983-2152

Pittsburg Care and Rehab
Pittsburg, KS | 620-231-1120

Pratt Health and Rehab
Pratt, KS | 620-672-6541

Rolling Hills Health and Rehab
Wichita, KS | 316-722-6916

The Residence at Rolling Hills
Wichita, KS | 316-722-6916

Smith Center Health and Rehab
Smith Center, KS | 785-282-6696

Spring Hill Care and Rehab
Spring Hill, KS | 913-592-3100

Wakefield Care and Rehab
Wakefield, KS | 785-461-5417

Wellington Health and Rehab
Wellington, KS | 620-326-2232

Wilson Care and Rehab
Wilson, KS | 785-658-2505

Wichita Care Center
Wichita, KS | 316-683-7588

Yates Center Health and Rehab
Yates Center, KS | 620-625-2111


North Ridge Health and Rehab
New Hope, MN | 763-592-3000

The Residence at North Ridge
New Hope, MN | 763-592-3000


Dickson Health and Rehab
Dickson, TN | 615-446-5171

Gallaway Health and Rehab
Gallaway, TN | 901-867-8575

Reelfoot Health and Rehab
Tiptonville, TN | 731-253-6681


Columbus Health and Rehab
Columbus, WI | 615-446-5171


MH Management Group

Our Management Group is here to help

The Mission Health Management Group offers management services across the post-acute care continuum. We assist state regulators, receivers, lenders, landlords, payors, owners, and providers with stabilizing operating, financial, clinical and regulatory performance and improving asset value for communities ranging from single site holdings to large regional portfolios.

Having the Conversation About Senior Living

How do you know when it’s time to start having the conversation about senior living? Here are some indications that senior living would be a good fit.

Watch for Signs of Change

If you’ve noticed a change in habits, including a loss of interest in usual activities, excessive sleeping, weight loss or maybe the fridge is not as well-stocked as it typically used to be, these are just some signs that a senior care environment could support a healthier and safer lifestyle.


Here is a list of other signs:
• Forgetfulness: normal hygiene, doctor appointments, medication
• Drinking alcohol or taking sleeping or pain pills more frequently
• A loss of interest in visiting friends
• Making rash decisions that are out of the ordinary
• Buying duplicate items or displaying obsessive behavior
• Unable to keep up with housekeeping

Here are some things to consider:

Driving Safety

Erratic driving, more frequent fender benders, or a major accident could be indicators of medication-induced dizziness or confusion or could be signs of bigger issues such as Alzheimer’s disease or stroke. If you notice any of these things, a physical can help determine if vision loss or loss of hearing is the cause.


Medical Safety

Not taking medication when prescribed to do so, taking it at the wrong time of day, forgetting to take medication all together, or confusion over dosage are signs that help may be needed. Medications should be reviewed frequently and discussed with a doctor to double check the prescribed dosage. Sometimes sitting down at the beginning of each week to set up a pillbox with a box for each day of the week can be helpful. If difficulties with medications still persist, Senior Living can help.

Financial Safety

Are utility bills, the gas bill, or cable/telephone bills not getting paid? With cognitive problems, it can become hard to keep track of normal financial responsibilities. Look for evidence of unpaid bills or late notices—especially if the funds are available to cover these expenses.


Home Safety

Stairs may begin to pose a problem, especially if there isn’t a banister on both sides of the stairs. Furniture can become obstacles, causing trips or falls.

Bruising can indicate frequent falls and can signal the need for a safer environment such as Senior Living. Some safety precautions that can be immediately implemented include reducing furniture clutter, adding non-slip pads to wood stairs, or placing non-skid carpeting on floors. These interventions can help reduce the chance of a slip and fall.

Ready to find the right senior living option?

Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for those we serve—we’re here to help.

Financial Considerations for Senior Living

One of the biggest considerations when looking at senior living is cost—how much is this going to cost, can we afford it, and what will Medicare cover? You or someone you care for deserves the best possible care as well as a welcoming, warm environment that really does feel like home away from home. Fortunately, at our community, we make it as easy as possible to help you find senior care you can afford.

Here are answers to questions we are frequently asked about insurance coverage, Medicare, and other payment-related issues.

How do I pay for my stay at a Mission Health Community?

There are many insurance coverage and payment options for skilled nursing communities. Our community participates in Medicaid, Medicare Part A & B, private insurance, hospice, respite care, and participating HMO plans.

Will my insurance pay for my health and rehabilitation services?

The amount your insurance company will contribute toward skilled nursing care depends on your individual policy coverage guidelines. A member of our admissions team can help you answer this question based on the specifics of your particular situation.

What are the payment options for the portion of services that are not covered by my insurance company?

A member of our admissions team will be happy to help you determine which skilled nursing benefits you may qualify for. Medicare benefits are available to millions of Americans, including those over age 65 and some people under 65 who are classified as disabled.

Medicare Part A covers a skilled nursing stay up to 100 days following a 3-day inpatient hospital admission. Days 1 to 20 are covered at 100%. A co-pay applies to days 21 to 100. Visit Medicare’s website for more information.


Medicaid is an option for eligible low-income patients in need of long-term nursing care. Eligibility requirements vary from case to case, and we can help you determine if you qualify.

Many insurance companies and employers now offer long-term care insurance.

Admissions are accepted 24/7; please call our admissions team:

Physicians and Hospital Referrals

The Mission Experience—enhancing the quality of life for those we serve. It’s what has earned many of our communities the American Health Care Association’s Bronze and Silver Quality Awards. Achievements like these are what sets us apart. It’s no wonder that we are one of the top physician-recommended skilled nursing, rehabilitation, and senior living campuses in the area.

Award Winning Care

From American Health Care Association (AHCA) quality awards to Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI) accreditation, our communities strive to achieve, and exceed, industry standards for excellence and quality care.

Join the Team at
Mission Health

We’re always looking for talented and passionate individuals who enjoy working together as a team to make a difference in the lives of others each and every day.

How are we doing?

We appreciate your feedback and any comments you’d like to share that can help us in our mission to do the best job possible in enhancing the lives of those we serve.


Social Media Communities

We appreciate your feedback and any comments you’d like to share that can help us in our mission to do the best job possible in enhancing the lives of those we serve.