News: December 0

Broken Bow’s Elderly Residents are Staying in Town

KNOP-TV North Platte, Published October 27, 2016 By Sean Clasby BROKEN BOW, Neb. — A new nursing home in Broken Bow, Neb is set to open its doors next week. The new facility is loaded with several state-of-the-art features and perspective residents are excited. However, some said they are happier to know that they […]

Large Crowd for Brookestone View Open House Published 10/28/2016 The Brookestone View Open House and Ribbon Cutting was held on Thursday October 27th.  A huge crowed turned out to see the new 42,000 square foot, 60-bed resident home located just north of the Jennie M. Melham Memorial Medical Center in Broken Bow. Before the Ribbon Cutting, Jack Vetter the founder of […]

In Broken Bow, New Option for Senior Care

North Platte Telegraph, Friday, October 28, 2016 By Tammy Bain More contemporary retirement facility dedicated Thursday After more than 40 years, the retirement home attached to the Jennie Melham Medical Center in Broken Bow just wasn’t enough. Regulations for such facilities had changed. Residents’ needs had changed. While it used to be that most residents […]

Groundbreaking Ceremony For New Vetter Senior Living  |  8/10/2015 3:49:30 PM The smell of freshly mowed alfalfa filled the air as a large crowd gathered for a special ceremony north of Melham Hospital Monday morning, Aug. 10th. Standing on top of the hill on the somewhat breezy morning, the guests in attendance were given an opportunity to take in the view […]

Broken Bow Moves Ahead on $8M Aging Facility

By ELLEN MORTENSEN / Hub Regional Correspondent | Posted: Tuesday, July 21, 2015 11:42 am Mitch Elliott of Vetter Senior Living presents plans for a new nursing home to be built in Broken Bow to the Broken Bow City Council. The council approved the $8 million facility. BROKEN BOW — Broken Bow took a final […]

Brookestone View Planning and Preparations

Brookestone View, in Broken Bow Nebraska will be the culmination of a two year selection process that the board of directors for the Jennie M. Melham Memorial Medical Center embarked. The board led by Michael Steckler, Administrator, selected Vetter Senior Living as their “provider of choice” as the hospital began their transition out of long […]