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Walhalla Community Hospital Association

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Mission: It is the mission of the pembilier nursing center to treat each resident with honor, respect and reverence in order to maintain their personal dignity as a human being. That all residents are provided the highest quality of medical and personal care with kindness, gentleness, friendliness, patience and love. Additionally, we assure that each resident has available to them physical, mental, social, restorative and spiritual facilities that will assist in their recovery and enrichment of their life.

Programs: Pembilier nursing center (pnc) is a non-profit organization which provides skilled nursing services, basic care and assisted living to the community of walhalla and surrounding communities. We currently serve 37 skilled residents and pnc also operates a 16-unit assisted living facility. Pnc is operated by a community board comprised of local leaders, ministers and citizens striving to achieve our mission of providing quality health care to our residents. Our tax-exempt status is critical to the services we offer. Pnc is the point of entry for our rural area in receiving services in walhalla. We provide both short and long term placement, outpatient and inpatient therapy by licensed staff and rehabilitate individuals to move back to a lower level of care. We participate in both the medicaid and medicare programs both state and federally funded. We rely heavily on community support and donations to make improvements to our facility. Our tax status allows community members to make charitable donations to our organization. Pnc's skilled nursing facility added 5 beds to become a 37-bed unit on 10/1/16. Pnc is undergoing a $4. 675 million remodeling project to the existing facility. Services offered and the bed count will remain the same, however, we will have more private rooms available for residents.

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