Dignity, respect and caring. It’s our way of life.
At the Menig Nursing Home, we’re committed to meeting the needs of seniors to live with respect and dignity through supportive, compassionate long-term care. Here, our staff treats residents like family, in an environment that’s as homelike as possible. And it’s this philosophy, our dedicated staff, and our reputation for quality that have enabled families to continually turn to us for the care of their loved ones.
As the only skilled-nursing home in all of Orange County, and the smallest in the state of Vermont, our 30-bed facility offers round-the-clock nursing and restaurant-quality meals in a vibrant family-like community setting.
Our small setting encourages relationships and is structured around a “village square.” This gathering spot is the hub of Menig. Anchored by a centralized nursing station, the village square is encircled by the dining room and upper kitchen, tub room, full-service beauty salon, and our administrative offices. From here, the building branches off into two wings, or “neighborhoods,” that contain a mix of private and semi-private rooms as well as dedicated, cozy living rooms.
Overlooking the rolling Green Mountains, we’re conveniently located just two minutes from I-89 in Randolph Center and only 10 minutes from the village of Randolph, where we have ready access to health care services, including Gifford Medical Center.
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“Menig is a blessing. I have been in many other nursing homes, here in Vermont and out of state, and none can compare to Menig.”
Our professional staff – from a complement of medical disciplines – are focused on providing resident-directed care. This returns much of the decision-making to the residents and encourages meaningful relationships between staff and peers. And our generous ratio of nursing home aides-to-residents helps form strong bonds with our elders to better address individualized needs.
We were recognized as a full-service nursing home by the State of Vermont in 2001. Since then we’ve received numerous state and federal awards for quality, including being named a Best Nursing Home by U.S. News and World Report.
“The residents are getting excellent care, and they’re treated with respect and dignity.”
In 2018 we were the first nursing home in the state of Vermont to receive a deficiency-free survey under new Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) federal nursing home requirements.