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McLean County:
115 E. Washington St.
Bloomington, IL 61701
Nursing Home
Welcome to Mclean County Nursing Home!
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Contact
Cindy Wegner
Administrator

901 N. Main St.
Normal, IL  61761

Ph: (309) 888-5380
Fx: (309) 454-4594

Business Office Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
We invite you to visit our home, take a tour, and see the services we have to offer for rehabilitation, short/long term care, hospice, or respite care. To arrange a visit, you can contact Sharon Bounds, Admission Coordinator at (309) 888-5380.


A Tradition of Caring for Citizens
McLean County has a long tradition of providing for the welfare and care of its citizens dating back to 1878. In 1974 the citizens of the County decided to continue the tradition of providing care to the elderly when they passed a referendum to build the current McLean County Nursing Home. The board chose to build the home on property the County already owned on North Main Street in Normal. We are located north of Fairview pool.

While the citizens of McLean County can be very proud of the building they have provided, our most important asset is the professional, dedicated, and caring staff who work in our facility. 

Our philosphy is to provide quality care in an atmosphere that allows both residents and their families to feel comfortable and welcomed during the resident's stay. McLean County Nursing Home has a history of having a solid reputation in the community for providing consistent, quality care for those who live here. We intend to uphold that reputation by continuing to maintain and improve our standards of excellence.

For more information about our services, click on department links on the left hand side.


Open Admission Policy:

McLean County Nursing Home, 901 N. Main Street, Normal, Illinois, a licensed health care facility, complies with the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

It is our policy to admit, assign within the home, and treat all residents without regard to race, color or national origin.

Our facility is an equal opportunity employer.

Owned and operated by McLean County Board.

Cindy Wegner,
Administrator