The Knute Nelson Care Center provides around-the-clock health care and daily living assistance for older adults, both long- and short-term.
The facility is organized into neighborhoods and each resident has a private room. Even though most have complex medical needs, they thrive because of the nursing care and attention they receive. Their dignity is first and foremost as we provide assistance with their day-to-day needs such as bathing, dressing and toileting.
There are numerous activities to enrich mind, body and spirit each day, from cookies and coffee, concerts and Bible study to happy hours, crafts and more. Meaningful activities that give their days purpose and meaning.
420 12th Ave E.
Alexandria, MN 56308
Finding exceptional senior rehab care is easy with our interdisciplinary team of skilled nurses and physical, occupational, and speech therapists. Featuring our remodeled suites and therapy gym, we have created a caring, dignified and empowering environment in which patients help direct the course of their care.
Our therapy gym is equipped with state-of-the-art tools and equipment to help our patients regain the functional skills, strength and mobility needed to return home as soon as possible.
Our long-term care center features two neighborhoods for residents, the Maples and the Pines. In each neighborhood, residents will find dining and activities that are centrally located. This allows us to provide an enhanced level of service to our residents and a cozy, family-like atmosphere.
You can rest easy knowing you, or your loved one, will receive the care you need to feel valued, comfortable and safe.
At the Knute Nelson Care Center, we offer amenities and services that can help you get and stay healthy, build friendships, pamper you and more.
Our amenities include:
Children in the YMCA Child Care Center at the Knute Nelson Care Center visit residents for weekly activities. They also often walk through the Nursing Home singing or using the hallways as an extension of their classroom, looking, for example, everything they see that's red. The kids call residents of the Care Center their "grand buddies."