When you or your loved one can no longer live independently, count on Anderson County Hospital’s Residential Living Center to provide high-quality, compassionate care with the comfort of home.


Offering the Best Nursing Home Experience

  • The Residential Living Center is the only nursing home in Anderson County connected to a hospital, making getting to and from doctor appointments simple and quick.
  • Unlike other long-term care communities, our residents choose their own schedule. If they want to sleep in, have a late lunch, or enjoy a late-night snack while watching a movie, they can do so.
  • We offer amenities such as a whirlpool spa, beauty/barber salon, aviary, and a state-of-the-art call system to ensure residents’ needs are met promptly.
  • Residents enjoy exercise classes and group activities on site as well as outings and events in the Garnett community.
  • Our 30 spacious semi-private rooms are designed so each resident has a private space they can call their own.
  • We have an active Resident Council that is engaged in helping decide what meals to select, what activities to engage in, and even what decor is chosen.
  • Private pay and Medicaid are both accepted.
  • The Residential Living Center's person-centered care provides 24/7 nursing staff; speech, physical, and occupational therapy; and a dedicated social worker.
  • Saint Luke's specialists and experts routinely visit the hospital's specialty clinic, so residents receive high-quality, specialized care right where they live.

We look forward to welcoming you and your loved one to our nursing home community and are honored to be considered in your search for high-quality, compassionate care.

Schedule a Tour

Call 785-204-4016 to schedule a tour of the Anderson County Residential Living Center.

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Anderson County Residential Living Center

421 S Maple St
Garnett, KS 66032 

Phone: 785-204-4016

Resident Spotlight

Lois Kipper

This month we would like to introduce Residential Living Center resident, Lois Kipper.

Saint Luke's News

Jim and Rosie cutting cake at their wedding.
Even a pandemic can’t stop a love like Jim and Rosie’s
Jim and Rosie Jordan met in high school and have been inseparable since 1952. With a no visitor policy at Anderson County Residential Living Center during COVID-19, Rosie still found a way to see her high school sweetheart.
KCTV: Couple holds window dates to flatten the curve - Saint Luke's (@saintlukeskc)
KCTV: Couple Holds Window Dates to Help Flatten the Curve
Jim and Rosie understand our current No Visitors policy helps keep them both safer and healthier, but they won’t let it stop their daily 11 am window date!