About Us

Our History

In 1973, the Linn Community Nursing Home, a community owned, not for profit nursing home was constructed in Linn Kansas. It was formed by the churches in the Linn area and is still operated by a board of

member representatives from those churches and the local Linn Booster Club. It was created to provide a home

for those in need of compassionate, professional and loving care.

Our Purpose

Linn Community Nursing Home is a community owned, not for profit, comprehensive skilled nursing facility. 

We specialize in care and daily living assistance to an array of individuals. Whether you need assistance due to aging, illness, recovery, or rehabilitation, we will provide individualized services that you can trust. 

We provide 24 hour medical care and support services to our Residents. Through community resource collaboration and support to our families, we strive to ensure our Residents achieve

their highest level of independence. 

Here at the Linn Community Nursing Home, you will find the comforts of home. We encourage you to decorate just like you would at home.

 Family, friends and pets are welcome to visit anytime. 

Our facility is also the home to a few pets.

Experienced Staff

Companionship is key to a trusted relationship with our caregivers. We not only strive to help you with everyday tasks but want to develop a caring relationship with you. We provide one-on-one attention and care that cannot compare in other settings. 


Our Facility

We are located on the edge of Linn, which is a small community. 

Our facilities are surrounded by farmland. 

We have 52 Medicare certified beds. 

We offer private and semi-private rooms. 

We offer an open dining experience. Residents may choose from the special for the meal or order off of our full restaurant style menu. 

We also offer 6 independent living apartments

 and an on-site day care for children.


Rehab To Home

Linn Community Nursing Home prides itself on success stories when Residents are able to return to a more independent setting, including returning to home. Our therapist work hard to achieve the best possible results for our Residents.


  • Start with a team of experienced professionals who are advocates committed to caring for our residents
  • Identify short and long-term goals and a create a care plan that maps out how to reach those goals
  • Provide daily treatment to foster growth and achievement
  • Transition to a course of restorative care, when appropriate, to test the durability of newly acquired skills and to continue to improve stamina;
  • And, involve family and at-home caregivers to keep them informed and to prepare them the support the patient upon discharge.
  • Our aggressive discharge planning ensures an individual has all the adaptive equipment, home modifications and training to ensure success once they are home.

Occupational Therapy

Our Occupational Therapists will work with our Residents to increase independence with activities of daily living (ADL’s) including bathing, eating, dressing, self-care and home management tasks. Safety awareness and fall prevention education is also provided by our Occupational Therapists.


  • Upper body strengthening, to have the ability to dress, toilet, and other activities necessary to return home
  • Transfer training, to be able to safely demonstrate the ability to get up and transfer
  • Wheelchair management, for those who are wheelchair-bound so they are comfortable and are at a low risk of skin breakdown
  • Cognition to make sure Residents’ can rationally demonstrate they are safe, in order to return home

Physical Therapy

 Our Physical Therapists will work with our Residents to regain strength and balance and also improve mobility. Based on the findings of our initial assessment, individualized exercises and education will help the Resident meet their rehab goals as quickly and safely as possible.


  • Exercises to improve muscle strength
  • Balance activities to reduce the risk of falls
  • Ambulation training to regain the ability to walk again
  • Home assessments to make sure the home is safe for the Resident
  • Provide a home exercise program to continue, if discharged

Speech Therapy

 The role of the Speech Therapist is to improve functional communication and cognitive skills of all of our Residents. They also monitor and modify swallowing techniques and introduce diet modifications and special feeding techniques when necessary for Residents who have decreased abilities in these areas.


  • Developing an effective plan of care to reach maximum level of function.
  • Utilize appropriate evaluation tools and accurately complete evaluations in swallowing and cognition.
  • Set up appropriate diet for each Resident with the lowest risk of choking or aspiration pneumonia.
  • Determine each Residents’ level of safety at home.


Contact Us

 If you or a loved one have been recently hospitalized and feel you may benefit from any of these services !  

Our Therapy Services are also available for out patient care.


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Let us know about your questions or concerns. We will get back to you as soon as we can.

Feel free to fax any forms to 785-348-5552

Linn Community Nursing Home

612 3rd Street, Linn, Kansas 66953, United States

Available 24/7: (785) 348-5551