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Home Away From Home

White River Lodge, with easy access off Highway 37, is serenely nestled between churches and nature. Our beautifully landscaped building offers accommodations for 84 nursing facility and assisted living residents. You can recuperate with us for a short stay following a hospitalization, or take in the shade of our many tall trees if you need to stay long term. Either way, we have professionally trained staff who are licensed and certified to care for our family and friends. More importantly, we see our residents as individuals and strive to cater to each person’s unique personality. The Lodge has all the services you need to be comfortable, from skilled nursing and rehabilitation services, to restorative care and social and recreational activities. Comprehensive rehabilitative services include physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech language pathology therapy. Therapy is carried out both at the bedside and in our rehabilitation department.  Additional services like respite and hospice care are available as well.

Once you visit, you will soon understand why we are known as the “most homelike setting in town.” This is a claim we are proud to own. Our mission and values guide our care towards those we serve. We welcome your input at any time as we continually strive to be the provider and employer of choice for short and long-term care services.

Read our testimonials to learn more.


“If you need to go somewhere to recuperate think about WRL. I just saw my heart doctor this past week for a checkup. He said there was no reason I could not have my surgery and I told him the only way I would have the surgery is if he sent me to White River Lodge for my therapy to resuperate. The reason is this place is just one BIG family! I love every resident, nurse and all the CNAs. I love the therapist and the activity center staff. It was the greatest during my last stay. The office gals were great to answer all my questions. I just feel that White River Lodge is the best place for therapy as well as to live when the time comes I have to need it.”
Sue Cagle

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