DEPARTMENT DIRECTORS

Administrator Michael Barth
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Director of Nursing Donna Altura
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Director of Social Services Mary Alice Wagner
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Business Office Angie Grogan
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Admissions Kayla Swearengen
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Marketing Angela Sumlin
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A CENTURY OF CARING

Beauvais Manor on the Park, established more than 120 years ago, is dedicated to a tradition of providing professional and compassionate care. We are located in historic Beauvais Mansion, built in 1867 by Rene Beauvais (pronounced Bo-Vay), a St. Louis silversmith and importer. The Women's Christian Association purchased the mansion in 1882 and founded the Memorial Home, the first nursing facility in the United States to admit older adult couples. In 1983, a new nursing and residential facility was built on the west side of the mansion. Memorial Home was renamed Beauvais Manor on the Park in 1998. Today, Beauvais Mansion is a gracious landmark restored in the same Victorian style enjoyed by the Beauvais family, accessible to residents, and available for group tours and social events.

ADMISSION INFORMATION

We understand that admissions day can be a difficult time, both for new residents and their families. Our process is designed to make the moving experience as comfortable as possible. Beauvais Manor on the Park accepts admissions 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Many forms of payment are accepted including Medicaid, Medicare, GHP, UHC and private pay.

To make the transition easier, please bring the following documentation:

 

• Medicare and / or Medicaid card
• Secondary insurance card
• Living will and / or power of attorney
• Emergency contact information
• Funeral home and burial information

It has been our experience that bringing a few personal items can make a new resident more comfortable. We suggest bringing several changes of comfortable clothing, family photographs, books, and other personal items to help the resident feel at home. Please label all personal belongings.

Remember – our staff is always here to help. Please call our admissions department to discuss any concerns before and after admission.

It is the admission policy of Beauvais Manor that residents will be admitted, have their rooms assigned, and receive patient services without regard to race, color, national origin, disability, or age.

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