Indian Hills Healthcare Community

Indian Hills Healthcare Community by Welcov Healthcare
1720 North Spruce Street
Ogallala, NE 69153

Features & Activities

Whether your stay is short term or long term, we make every effort to make sure you feel at home, catering to your needs and desires with:

  • Private room options
  • 3 nutrition meals a day
  • Social & recreational activities
  • Free wireless internet
  • Computer access
  • Designated smoking area
Our Community

Located just seven miles from beautiful Lake McConaughy in western Nebraska, Indian Hills Healthcare Community provides long-term and transitional care and rehabilitation. We also have a dedicated special-care unit for dementia patients. At Indian Hills we’re committed to assuring your comfort and safety, supporting your health and well-being, and empowering you to live your life.

Our Approach

Working closely with your family, physician and other healthcare providers, our team creates an individualized care program designed to help you recover quickly. Our medical director, primary physician and their teams visit with you frequently, assessing your current health status and adjusting your care plan as needed to help you reach optimal quality of life.

Indian Hill’s skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility has a dedicated post-acute unit with a separate entrance. Our medical capabilities and services include:

  • Audiology
  • Bariatric
  • Behavior Services/Patients
  • Bipap
  • Central lines with PICC lines
  • Complex disease management
  • Dental care
  • Diet management
  • Home Health
  • Hospice
  • Inpatient & outpatient therapy
  • IV therapy/IV push
  • MDRO
  • On-site lab draws
  • Orthopedic specialty
  • Ostomy care
  • Pain management nursing program
  • Peritoneal dialysis
  • PICC line
  • Pleurx cath
  • Podiatry
  • Post-surgical care
  • Psychology/Psychiatric services
  • Physical, occupational & speech therapy
  • Respite care
  • Sepsis & infection care
  • Skilled nursing & rehabilitation
  • Stroke & neurological care
  • TPN
  • Trach
  • Tube feedings
  • Wound care by certified nurse
  • Wound vac therapy

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Client Stories
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After her illness, my wife needed transitional care. Her therapists were excellent—so friendly and nice—they helped her feel at home. They kept her on a rigorous schedule, so she got strong enough to walk. Before she came home, they visited our house and checked out the safety features. They were very thorough and even watched how she moved in different areas of our home. Then they made suggestions for improvements. She’s doing well now; dresses herself completely and walks independently with a walker. She exercises, too. I recommend Indian Hills because of the friendly, knowledgeable staff, good food, and nice rooms.
— Darwin Rakowsy
wife of transitional care patient
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I came to the nursing home because I had pneumonia. I chose Indian Hills because it was close and my neighbors recommended it. When I arrived, I couldn’t walk, but the therapists helped me regain my legs. Everyone who works there is wonderful. I got prompt attention from the staff. The food was great, and I had a real comfortable room. The staff worked together and encouraged me, and that’s what got me home. It was a very wonderful experience. I would recommend this place to anyone.
— Delmer Olson
transitional care patient
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I’ll admit that I dreaded bringing Dad to a nursing home. But Indian Hills is not what I expected. The staff welcomed him with open arms. Their care is excellent—they really go above and beyond. Dad gets regular baths and is always clean. His room is pleasant and spacious. He looks forward to meals, especially breakfast, and they’ll gladly substitute a dish if they’re serving something he doesn’t like. I recommend this community because of the way the staff treats Dad and all the residents. I am totally amazed. They really care.
— Greg Medina
son of resident
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