Lutheran Home of the Good Shepherd community provides residents with 49 skilled nursing beds (2 semi-private and 47 private), as well as 10 basic care beds (1 semi-private to be used for husband and wife and 8 private).
All beds are Medicare/Medicaid certified. Lutheran Home of the Good Shepherd provides 24-hour nursing care by licensed nursing staff. Our team of experienced professionals includes registered/licensed nurses, certified nursing assistants, nutritional assistants, licensed occupational therapist, and restorative aides who focus on providing quality services prescribed by physicians.
We strive to maintain an environment that accommodates the various levels of care needed by each individual. We are a large employer in a small rural community allowing us the opportunity to care for our relatives, friends, and neighbors which adds to our home-like atmosphere.
We have 10 basic care rooms. The remodeled kitchen is bright and cheery and the residents enjoy all the activities that are available to everyone in the facility.
Special Care Unit
Individuals having Alzheimer’s and other dementias have special physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs. Our unit is designed to maximize a feeling of security and familiarity while providing individualized cares. Our staff are specially trained to care for individuals with dementia promoting respect, rest and physical well-being. We offer private or semi-private rooms. The environment is relaxing, safe, secure and meant to feel like home.
Respite Care is available to those who take care of their loved ones at home, and who occasionally need an alternative place for them to go. By utilizing this service, your loved one will enjoy the benefits of nutritious meals, scheduled activities, skilled nursing care, personalized services needed during the time you, their regular caregiver, are away.
More information on ADC can be obtained by contacting the Social Worker, Director of Nursing, or CEO at Lutheran Home of the Good Shepherd.
Hospice is available thru CHI – Catholic Health Initiatives – in Carrington, North Dakota. Please reach out to our staff if your loved one is in need of this caring and personalized service.
The Comfort Care Room / Family Visitation Suite is a private home-like setting where our residents and their families can be together while going through the difficulty of the dying process.
Our Auxiliary works to build funds for our specific needs in the Home so we can make it a better place for all who reside here. Our Auxiliary has been active for over 55 years. LHGS is very thankful for the Auxiliary and feel they are an asset of immeasurable value to our home. Membership in the Auxiliary is open to women from all churches and denominations. They meet on a quarterly basis in the Coffee Shop at LHGS, and are always open to new members. If you are looking for a worthwhile venture to meeting new people, getting involved and helping out, please feel free to call any Auxiliary member, or come to their next meeting and ‘join the fun’.
“This is what the Lord says:…ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls.”
Lutheran Home of the Good Shepherd is so blessed to have a Chapel where the beauty of God’s house is made available as a place of public worship. The Chapel is beautiful! However, the beauty of God’s dwelling should not be a material beauty only; rather it should be reflected glory from the splendor of God who is worshipped there. The essence of this glory is the vision of our living God, to which our hearts sing in joyful and ecstatic praise.
The Chapel is a place for proclaiming the Gospel through Word and Sacrament, and a place for sharing faith, hope and joy. May all that is done within the Lutheran Home of the Good Shepherd’s Chapel bring glory to God and service to all people. Ministers from all Christian denominations are welcome and encouraged to visit.
Child Development Center
The Child Development Center is available for the children of the staff of Lutheran Home of the Good Shepherd.
They are open from 5:30am to 11:00pm. The ages served are 6 weeks to 12 years of age with seperate ares for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and school-aged children.
The Child Development program staff provides activities for the children to educate and assist them in developing skills pertaining to each one’s developmental age.
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If you are interested in making a donation/memorial to LHGS please mail to:
LHGS Foundation Department
1226 1 st Ave. N.; New Rockford, ND 58356