Mennonite Home Communities of Ohio

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Mennonite Home Communities of Ohio

COMPASSION. INNOVATION. FAITH.

Mennonite Home Communities of Ohio is a Bluffton and Pandora area senior care provider with a commitment to compassionate, innovative care in a faith-based setting. For nearly 60 years, we have been the senior housing and health care provider of choice for area families. MHCO provides independent living, assisted living, long-term care, and short-term rehab at our four area campuses. We also bring compassionate clinical care and support services to area seniors who wish to remain in their homes.

Our non-profit status allows us to dedicate our human and financial resources to a different set of investors: our residents. That means our resources are always returned to our communities. Our bottom line isn't a corporate bottom line. Our mission is our bottom line. It allows us to remain a pioneer in both staff development and care delivery. While we are well-known for our independent and assisted living, we are also highly regarded by area health care professionals for our short-term rehab services. We handle many complex health care needs in our state-of-the art rehab areas that include services such as VitalStim Therapy and a Continuous Passive Motion Machine (CPM).  

We invite you to visit one of our communities to experience the MHCO difference for yourself. Please feel free to stop in at your convenience or call us in Bluffton at 419.358.1015 or in Pandora at 419.384.3218 to set up a personal appointment with one of our team members.

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Langhals winner of Barbara Fleming Memorial Scholarship

Nicole Langhals is the 2014 winner of the Barbara Fleming Memorial Scholarship sponsored by Mennonite Home Communities of Ohio, Bluffton & Pandora (MHCO).  Nicole is a 2012 graduate of Columbus Grove High School and is currently enrolled at the University of Akron in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.  Nicole is the daughter of Doug and Mary Langhals of rural Columbus Grove. This annual award of $500 provides scholarship support to an individual pursuing a degree as a Licensed Practical Nurse, a Registered Nurse or a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.  Barbara Fleming, in whose honor the scholarship is made possible, was a resident of Mennonite Memorial Home from 1997-2000, was trained as a nurse and throughout her life exhibited the caring nature that characterizes the profession of nursing.  The elders and staff of MHCO wish Nicole the best as she pursues her calling to serve others through the honorable profession of nursing.