Wolfe County Health and Rehabilitation Center is a 100-bed facility (with nine private rooms) located in Campton, Kentucky. We have provided high-quality, long term care and short-term rehabilitation to our residents for many decades.
“Welcome to Wolfe County Health and Rehabilitation Center located in the ‘Naturally Gorgeous’ Campton, Kentucky. We are located just off the Mountain Parkway, within a few scenic miles of Natural Bridge State Resort Park, Red River Gorge, and Torrent Falls. We are a 100-bed nursing facility that provides 24-hour nursing, physician, radiology, laboratory, and pharmacy services. We also offer short term and long term rehabilitation services with Occupational, Physical, and Speech Therapies to meet individual resident needs. Our mission is to provide every resident the highest quality of care in a homelike setting while maximizing their quality of life. Our rural country scenery enhances the home-like atmosphere for our residents and families. Our home is beautifully landscaped and features an enclosed courtyard that provides a safe, outdoor area for residents to enjoy. Our facility welcomes visitors and our loving, professional staff will be delighted to answer any questions regarding our services. We would like to invite you to visit our facility and experience the spirit of caring and compassion straight from our heart. Call us at 606-668-3216 or stop by for a tour today. Let us know how we can assist you in meeting the health, wellness, and therapeutic needs of your family.” – Amy Prater, Administrator
The Swift Silver Mine Festival is Campton, Kentucky’s annual Labor Day weekend festival and is one of the many community events that makes Wolfe County such a special place to live. The annual festival includes a parade, live music, and many street vendors that provide food, drink, and activities for the whole family. There’s even
Wolfe County Health and Rehab staff, residents, and friends enjoyed dressing up to celebrate “The Fabulous 50s!” The residents enjoyed 50s music, refreshments, and trading stories about some of their favorite memories from the 50s. Here are a few fun facts about the 1950s: -a gallon of milk averaged about 97 cents -a loaf of