Heritage House of Greensburg

Welcome to Heritage House of Greensburg! We specialize in rehab, therapy, memory care and long term care. Please visit us at 410 Park Rd for a tour and to see what specialized options we have available for you and your loved ones.

Contact

(812) 663-7543
(812) 662-6800
410 Park Rd., Greensburg, IN 47240
Directions

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Services & Features

  • Park Manor, beautiful rehab therapy private suites, largest rooms in county!
  • Complete Therapy and Rehabilitation Services
  • Memory Care Secure Unit
  • One of the only VA contracts in the state! We love to support our veterans!
  • On site optometry, dental, podiatry, and audiology services available
  • Enclosed courtyard
  • Mental health services available
  • Beauty/barber shop
  • On site certified nail technician
  • Frequent community outings
  • Transportation bus
  • Accept Medicare, Medicaid, private pay, most major insurance
  • VA Certified facility
  • Hospice Services
  • Open guest visitation
  • Pet visit friendly
  • Complimentary laundry service
  • Enclosed courtyard
  • Sunny Side Café
  • Volunteer programs
  • Full activity calendar
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Cable provided
  • Accommodating meal plans for all dietary needs
  • Smoke-free facility

Take a virtual tour of our building!

Testimonial from Clemadine Davis – why she would return to the Heritage House for therapy

Danny Webber meets Andrew Luck!

Our Residents

In The News

Heritage House of Greensburg opens Park Manor Rehab Luxury Suites

GREENSBURG — Park Manor Rehab Luxury Suites is now open and taking admissions.

The rehab-to-home suites are specially designed for short-stay clients recovering from hospital stays, orthopedic surgeries, stroke, frequent falls, heart surgeries, or any weakness or short-term illness that might require physical, occupational, or speech therapy.

Park Manor Rehab is a separate, private wing at the Heritage House of Greensburg.

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Heritage House resident reminisces on the lessons learned from a long life

GREENSBURG – It is said that when a human being dies, a way of life and a valuable look at history is lost forever.

The opportunity to hear first-hand about what came before is a wonderful and valuable opportunity which shouldn’t be missed. And so is chatting with Bill Caldwell, an 87-year-old seven -year resident of Heritage House in Greensburg.

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– Bill Rethlake, Greensburg Daily News

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