About The Good Shepherd Home:
The Good Shepherd Home was opened on January 8, 1964. The Lutheran Churches of McKenzie County, in conjunction with the Arnegard Old Folks Home, had a vision of providing Christian care to the aging residents of their community. The first board of directors included Lee Stenehjem, Murphy Ecklund, Ivan Omlid, Sidney Swenson, and Paul Berge. In 1994 the Basic Care Addition was added. In 1987 the Heritage Senior Apartments were added and in 2000 the Horizon Assisted Living Facility opened their doors.
McKenzie County Healthcare Systems is a facility supported by the Christian churches in our community. We are committed to excellence and service in a person-centered environment that respects the human life of all, regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, disability, pregnancy, sex and/or marital status.
We provide 24-hour medical care and services. We have a fully qualified staff available providing nursing care, social services, physical therapy, laundry, housekeeping, beautician services, and activity programs. Our professional nursing staff provides compassionate, loving care. Skilled care has 35 different levels of care. Each residents level of care is set by Department of Human Services in Bismarck, ND. This level of care is determined by information sent to them by our Minimum Data Set Team at the nursing home. This team consists of several department managers. They send information to Department of Human Services on the physical, social, and mental condition of the resident to set the residents level of care.
Billing Information For up-to-date information on current rates, please contact the Good Shepherd Home offices.