Providing continuing care to adults for over 54 years
The mission of Lutheran Home of the Good Shepherd shall be to provide, in the name of Christ, high-quality long-term care and other services and programs which address the needs of the senior citizen and special needs individual.
For over 54 years, the Lutheran Home of Good Shepherd has been providing continuing care to older adults. Completed in 1964, the Lutheran Home saw major additions in the 1970’s. The need for congregate housing arose and Heritage House, with 16 apartments, was added in 1994. In 1998, the heated garage and ambulance entrance was added to give comfort and care during transfers in and out of LHGS. In 2000, a wing was converted into an Alzheimer’s/Dementia unit called Angel Wing; and Westview Apartments was purchased and upgraded. In 2001, a walkway was built which provided a link to the Daycare Center, Chapel, board room and Comfort Care Room. In 2009 we began a major building, remodeling and renovation project which was completed in 2011. Basic Care was added as a service in 2012. We are continually looking to the future and services that are, or will be needed.
Visitors are welcome every day of the week. Come see our residents and friendly staff in action. Please contact us to learn more about the unique, sophisticated healthcare environment at Lutheran Home of the Good Shepherd.