Welcome to King's Manor Methodist Retirement System
A Continuing Care Retirement Community
King’s Manor is the area’s only not-for-profit, faith-based, community providing all levels of care in an affordable family atmosphere. Many retirees come to live in one of King’s Manor’s homes or cottages to enjoy their retirement years in this very active community where there are ample levels of care available as their needs change with time. An ideal setting for a couple who have differing levels of independence and care needs.
Levels of Care:
- Independent Living
- Assisted Living
- Skilled Rehabilitation Services
- 24 - Hour Nursing Care
- Home Health Care Services
- Child Care Center
- Samaritan Hospice
Where loving care and friendships make it feel like home.
400 Ranger Drive
A man with a dream and a community with a conscience were brought together providentially in 1960. Reverend Don Davidson who dreamed of a mission for the elderly and the B& PW Club who identified a need in Hereford came together and King’s Manor Methodist Retirement System was the result. The Home opened in 1962 in Hereford, Texas with the support of the Northwest Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church.
“King’s Manor Methodist Home” opened in 1962 as a small retirement home, but has responded to the changing needs of seniors by adding services to the facility. The experience of the home should in no way indicate an outdated approach. An involved community and Board has kept the organization cutting edge and now offers: Homes and cottages for independent living, assisted living, nursing care, adult day care services and Samaritan Hospice. An on-site child care adds a unique intergenerational dimension to the Home.
“Caring for the generations through the healing hands of Christ.”
To embrace the whole person, which is practiced through the hands-on loving care of staff, pet therapy, activities with children, music and spiritual care. King’s Manor offers a unique combination of quality and compassion to its residents.
A Word from the Executive Director:
King’s Manor is a not-for-profit organization concerned about the wellbeing of the entire community it serves: residents, families and employees. The support of the Methodist Church, an involved community, and loving families makes King’s Manor an extraordinary place to live and work. I invite you to join us for a meal and see for yourself the mission at work.
Shelly Moss, Executive Director
King’s Manor Nondiscrimination Policy
In accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and it’s implementing regulation, King’s Manor Methodist Home will not, directly or through contractual arrangements, discriminate on the basis of race, color or national origin in its admissions or its provision of services and benefits, including assignments or transfers or referrals to or from the facility. Staff privileges are granted without regard to race, color or national origin.
In accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and its implementing regulation, King’s Manor Methodist Home will not, directly or through contractual arrangements, discriminate on the basis of disability in admissions, access, treatment or employment. The Administrator has been designated as the coordinator for the implementation of this policy.
In accordance with the Age Discrimination Act of 1975 and its implementing regulation, King’s Manor Methodist Home will not, directly or through contractual or other arrangement, discriminate on the basis of age in the provision of services, unless age is a factor necessary to normal operations or the achievement of any statutory objective.