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Who We Are

We are more than just a healthcare provider; we are a community that fosters friendship, joy and fulfillment.

What We Do

At Willowbend, we believe in providing personalized care plans to promote optimal health and well-being.

How We Can Help

We offer 24/7 care, on-site therapy services, transport to appointments, daily activities and so much more.

Willowbend Healthcare & Rehabilitation

Willowbend Healthcare & Rehabilitation has been proudly serving families in Marion, Arkansas, and surrounding areas for almost two decades. We are dedicated to enhancing the lives of elders who call Willowbend home. Our emphasis on quality care combined with our diverse social and activity program, brings out the best in our residents — and our team of caregivers. Trust us to be an extension of your family, providing comfort and peace of mind when you need it most. During your stay at Willowbend, we help you live life to the fullest.

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Care Where You Need It

Willowbend makes the transition from home to our community as easy as possible. Our incredible team of dedicated and compassionate caregivers offer a completely personalized care experience for each resident at any stage of life. Choose from a wide variety of suites that offer unique floor plans to best suite your individual needs and wants. We will be a shoulder to lean on, a guide to help navigate you through the process, and your adviser as you make the decision that is best for your family. It is our priority to help every resident feel right at home.

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Compassionate Care

Every elder is treated with respect, empathy, and kindness, fostering a family-like atmosphere that promotes healing and health.

News & Info from Willowbend

Housekeepers Week was first celebrated in 1981, with the official theme: Our Profession Is Clean. Sponsored by the International Executive Housekeepers Association, Inc. (IEHA), the week was born of a need identified by the association's president "to recognize the doers in the profession."

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The American Health Care Association has been sponsoring an annual week-long observation of nursing homes and centers focused on assisted living and short and long-term rehabilitation since 1967.

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