From the Provider
Welcome to Ecumen Prairie Hill, a senior housing community in Saint Peter, Minnesota, which offers Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care - all in a convenient location. We provide maintenance-free living so that you can enjoy your life, on your terms, in a community that you love.
Along with our sister community The Wilds of Sand Prairie, we are part of Ecumen, Minnesota's most innovative leader of senior housing and services, empowering individuals to live richer, fuller lives. Ecumen Prairie Hill offers an ideal residential location offering beautiful wooded views and nearby access to parks, walking paths, clinics and Rivers Edge Hospital.
Ecumen Prairie Hill consists of 43 one- and two-bedroom independent living apartments, as well as 20 additional studio and one-bedroom residences for seniors requiring 24-hour memory care services. There is also a variety of common spaces, dining options, personal services and personalized care options, all designed to promote community and keep pace with the changing needs of residents.
For more information about Ecumen Prairie Hill, or to learn about our move-in incentives, please call us at (507) 934-2200.
Reviews of Ecumen Prairie Hill
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I am a friend or relative of a resident
My mom is living in Ecumen Prairie Hill currently. It is an assisted living with memory care unit attached. It is two years old and it is part of a corporation here in Minnesota. The facility is like a beautiful posh hotel when you walk in. It is just gorgeous and very contemporary. We live in St. Peter so it is close to us. We also like their memory care unit because they only have 12 people and there are two or three attendants to care for those 12 people at all times. So that's a lot more than in a nursing home. The unit is not yet regulated by the government, so they can have many people as they want to care for the people and it is wonderful. I would absolutely recommend this to others. The only thing I think they could improve on is the training and coordinating of their staff, which they are still doing. Because they are quite new, they are getting more nurses, RNs on-duty 24 hours, and LPNs in their memory care besides the other aides.