Miller’s Merry Manor, our nursing home & rehabilitation center in Walkerton, Indiana (St. Joseph County) just a short drive from LaPorte, North Liberty and South Bend, offers the following services & features:
For more information about the Miller’s Rehabilitation Center or other Senior Services, please contact Sharon McGee at 574-586-3133.
As the premier rehabilitation and senior healthcare provider in Walkerton and surrounding communities in LaPorte, St. Joseph and Marshall Counties, Miller’s Merry Manor offers a wide variety of services and accommodations to benefit you or a loved one at a time when help is needed the most. The therapists in our physical, occupational and speech therapy programs work with our nursing staff for a comfortable recuperation and caring rehabilitation for several types of post-operative surgeries, including orthopedic, cardiovascular and neurological conditions, to name just a few. We have seen many people benefit from good nursing and therapy care while returning home in a short period of time. Consider the Medicare Certified Rehabilitation Center, with private rehab suites and advanced therapy programs including the ultrasound, e-stem and shortwave diathermy treatments. Did you know that Miller’s is considered by many, to be the popular choice for rehabilitation in Walkerton and surrounding communities, providing a comfortable, beautiful therapy environment, making your recovery that much more rewarding?
For long-term residency, Miller’s Merry Manor is the preferred choice, offering private and shared accommodations, along with many other senior services, all provided in a caring and comfortable environment. Transportation to community outings, social events, doctor’s appointments and a variety of activities await our residents. Given an opportunity to meet the residents and talk with staff, you can see why Miller’s Merry Manor has been the preferred choice for so many people. Ask about the Miller’s Advantage!
The Walkerton Home, located in St. Joseph County Indiana, was purchased by the Miller family in the spring of 1977. It was originally a 62 bed intermediate care facility until 1984 when additions and renovations were made to increase its capacity to the current 107 beds, which includes 15 Private Rehabilitation Suites.