Nestled in a rustic 70+ acre setting in North Central Indiana, this nationally recognized community offers independent living for active adults, assisted living apartment residences with supportive services, short term rehabilitation, out-patient therapy and long-term nursing care.
Hubbard Hill has been recognized as a Best Nursing home every year since 2012 by U.S. News and World Report, voted by Elkhart Truth readers as the Best Senior Living Community and Rehabilitation Center, accredited by the Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI) for nursing centers, is a five star rated community by Medicare.gov and was featured on the nationally televised In View Program hosted by Larry King on Fox Business News.Nationally Recognized
Hubbard Hill Retirement Community was founded by Dr. Ray Pannabecker and Dr. Stanley Taylor to create a loving, healthy community that would encourage friendships, provide holistic medical care, and foster a more vibrant life for their parents. With the support of the Missionary Church, Hubbard Hill was founded in 1977 and is the only locally owned, faith-based non-profit retirement community in Elkhart.Read More
According to AAHSA, also known as Leading Age, if you are looking for a nursing home, assisted living residence, senior housing or other aging service for yourself or your loved one, it is important to know who manages the organization, what values drive their work and how they provide quality care and services.Read More
Studies are increasingly finding that contact with nature in healthcare settings fosters healing, recovery from illness, relief from pain, and stress, reduces conflict, and improves staff retention and recruitment. Evidence has revealed an inherent human need to affiliate with nature that is instrumental in people’s physical and mental wellbeing.Read More
In keeping with the Missionary Church affiliation and philosophy, our mission statement is “To provide a continuum of living opportunities and services for older adults in a Christian Holistic environment.”Read More