Memory Care

Memory Care

Quail Corner Life Enrichment Community

Alzheimer's disease is one of the most devastating forms of dementia, affecting 5.3 million Americans. It is the sixth leading cause of death in the country overall, and the number of people affected by Alzheimer's is projected to double in 10 years, and more than triple to 16 million by 2050.

In Nevada, 29,000 people over age 65 were living with Alzheimer's in 2010, a number expected to grow to more than 35,000 by 2020. Humboldt General Hospital is aware of these sobering statistics. We are also aware that many of our community’s residents will not remain untouched by Alzheimer’s, or other progressive impairment.

That’s why Humboldt General Hospital has opened the Quail Corner Life Enrichment Community, a new community within our hospital where residents can receive memory care right here, close to home.

Memory care is a distinct form of long-term skilled nursing that specifically caters to patients with Alzheimer's disease, dementia, and other types of progressive impairment. Memory care communities usually provide 24-hour supervised care within a separate wing or floor of a residential facility that is designed to minimize wandering behavior.

For many years, Humboldt General Hospital has had to send all memory care patients out of area to receive care. In 2013, the hospital unveiled a plan to expand the Harmony Manor Skilled Nursing Facility to include an 11- to 13-bed memory care community. This expansion means that most local families will now be able to keep their loved ones close by, with the specialized care they need.


  • 24-hour nursing care - our highly trained nursing staff provides the highest quality of care to our residents.
  • Full nutrition services - residents enjoy foods that they like and that fit with their dietary needs. Residents appreciate a variety of choices at each meal.
  • Physical and occupational therapy - Our team of therapists develop a rehabilitation program to fit the individual needs of each resident and assist them with regaining the best level of function possible.
  • Licensed social worker - is available to meet the emotional and psychological needs of our residents and assist them with their transition back to the community when able.
  • Activities - we take pride in offering a wide variety of activities to help our residents enjoy each moment.
  • Immediate access to primary, specialty, and emergency care.
  • Nearby Lab and Radiology services available at Humboldt General Hospital.
  • Faith services - we provide a variety of faith services on-site each Sunday and bible study during the week.
  • Community volunteers/visitors - Members of our hospital auxiliary as well as other visitors from the Humboldt County community help bring a wide variety of activities to our facility and provide many opportunities for our residents to stay engaged.

If you believe your loved one would find memory care services to be beneficial, please contact Quail Corner Life Enrichment Community Director of Nurses Robin Gillis at (775) 621-5739 or (775) 623-5222, ext. 1420.