Prairie View Healthcare Community

Prairie View Healthcare Community by Welcov Healthcare
Awards:
  • AHCA/NCAL Bronze National Quality Award - 2018
  • Pinnacle Customer Experience Award - 2018
Address:
401 South 1st Avenue
Woonsocket, SD 57385
Fax: 605-796-4497

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
  • Religious services
  • Grill outs and other social activities
  • Small-group outings
  • Transportation services
  • Monthly birthday parties
  • Unlimited visiting hours
  • Free wireless Internet
  • Computer access
  • On-site beauty shop
Our Community

As a small town with a big heart, Woonsocket is the perfect home for Prairie View Healthcare Community. From transitional care following a hospitalization to long-term care when it’s no longer safe to stay at home, we offer a peaceful retreat and place of healing.

Founded in 1970, Prairie View offers a lovely setting with expansive prairie views where residents often spot wildlife, including pheasants and deer. Our newest addition features large, comfortable rehabilitation resident rooms, a spacious therapy area and an activity room. We are proud of the services we offer and the quality of care we provide to residents and their families.

 

Award Winning Care

Prairie View Healthcare Community is the winner of the prestigious Pinnacle Customer Experience Award for providing best-in-class senior healthcare services. The honor is presented annually by Pinnacle Quality Insight, a firm that measures customer satisfaction in the healthcare industry.

Our Approach

Working closely with your physician, family and other healthcare providers, our team creates your individualized care program. Once you’re here, our medical director, primary physician, and their teams visit frequently, assessing your current health status, and adjusting your care plan as needed.

Prairie View’s skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility has a dedicated post-acute unit with a well-earned reputation for successfully transitioning patients back home or to a lower level of care.

Our medical capabilities and services include:

  • Bariatric
  • Behavior Services/Patients
  • Bipap
  • Central lines/PICC lines
  • Chest tubes
  • Complex disease management
  • HospiceHIV/AIDS
  • IV therapy/IV push
  • MDRO
  • Orthopedic specialty
  • Ostomy care
  • Pain management nursing program
  • Peritoneal Dialysis
  • Post-surgical care
  • Psychology/Psychiatric services
  • Physical, occupational & speech therapy
  • Respite care
  • TPN
  • Trach
  • Wound vac therapyTube feedings

Notice of Privacy Practices (.pdf)

Notice of Privacy Practices (.docx)

Client Stories
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They kept me alive with their encouragement and by never giving up on me. The staff promoted independence and every team member is involved with my care. I would recommend Prairie View to anyone because of the availability, kindness and courteousness of the staff.
— Stan M.
transitional-care resident
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I enjoy the benefits of all the activities offered at Prairie View Healthcare Community. There's always a variety of food offered at meal times. I love the clean and friendly environment. The staff at Prairie View are amazing because they listen to me, are caring, and they protect my dignity. I have a voice in my cares and it feels like home.
— Clinton G.
long-term care resident
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My mom has aphasia and the staff really makes an effort to understand her and meet her needs. I love the environment at Prairie View. The residents are happy and I often hear them and staff laughing together. There are always plenty of activities for residents to choose from. I rate the facility a 9 on a scale from 1-10. I have no worries about my mom living at Prairie View. They treat her like family and really care about her.
— Family member of Sandy B.
long-term care resident
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Photo of nurse and resident talking