Meeting Our Residents' Individual Needs
Rocky Knoll Health Care Center is licensed and certified as a Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) offering short-term rehabilitation and long-term care. At Rocky Knoll, we provide high-quality, skilled nursing and health care services to the residents of Sheboygan County. We maintain a proactive approach in anticipating the individual needs of each resident, ensuring that their health and welfare requirements are met.
The purpose of the Sheboygan County Health Care Center shall be to establish an integrated system of long-term care delivery designed for and dedicated to providing optimal services to its constituents.
The vision of the Sheboygan County Health Care Center shall be to become and remain the model organization within the long term care industry.
Meet the Rocky Knoll Team
At Rocky Knoll, our team is made up of numerous roles that all have an important impact on the lives of our residents. Our caregivers include Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, and Certified Nursing Assistants. Our team also includes members who support our life enrichment services, health services, financial services, food services, environment and building services, and administration. Get to know the Rocky Knoll team!
Nursing Home Administrator
Director of Clinical Services
Infection Preventionist and Educator
Nursing Education, Admissions and Marketing Coordinator
Area Nurse Manager
Area Nurse Manager
Life Enrichment Director
Accounts Receivable Coordinator
Accounts Receivable Associate
Building Services Manager
Melissa Straub, MOT/OTR
Occupational Therapist and Rehab Manager
Director of Dining Services - New Horizon Foods
Director of Health Information Services
Rocky Knoll's History in Care
We have a rich history of providing care for Sheboygan County. Through the years, the emphasis of people in our care has changed, but our foundation has and always will be “Innovation with Compassion.” As health care continues to evolve, we will lead the way in new areas of service and care.
Rocky Knoll Health Care Center began in August 1926 as a facility to care for Sheboygan County residents diagnosed with tuberculosis.
By the 1950’s, advances in medical treatments eliminated the need to have a facility dedicated to that type of care so began focusing on caring for seniors. Soon after the passage of Medicare/Medicaid legislation in 1965, we began to provide services to Medicare-eligible guests.
Additions Starting in 1972
There have been three significant additions to our facility: in 1972 the two story west building was constructed, in 1992 the north building, and, in 2002 which is now dedicated to short term rehab.
Today we are licensed to serve up to 149 residents, providing short-term rehabilitation and long-term care that meet residents' individual needs.