CMS guidance issued Apr. 2 states that for the duration of the state of emergency all

NF personnel should wear a facemask while they are in the facility.



For safety and prevention of COVID-19, our facility will keep the doors locked to anyone entering.  Vendors and others needing assistance can call or use the door bell for assistance.  Only essential staff will continue to work and be screened at the beginning of all shifts.  Screening involves questions regarding COVID-19 symptoms and exposure, as well as temperatures.   

Families and friends – please stay in contact with residents through Skype, FaceTime, Facebook, Duo or other social media sources.  We can assist if you need help setting up your phone with the appropriate app to be able to do so.   We can also assist in you seeing and visiting between closed glass windows and doors.  Just let us know and we will help set that up.  Cards, letters and art work are also appreciated. 

Thank you for helping us with supplies.  At the present, we have what we need and have found sources that hopefully will be helping us re-stock within the week.  We appreciate all you do for our residents and our staff!  Stay safe Olton!


Our facility is requesting supplies from anyone that may have extras.  We have not been able to restock due to the shortages.  We are not out yet – however see that restocking as soon as needed probably will not occur.  If anyone has the following, we would appreciate it.  We can purchase items,  and of course we appreciate all donations:  

Masks   *  Rubbing Alcohol 60% or greater   *   Aloe Vera   *   Hand Sanitizer   *   Clorox Wipes   

  • Nursing homes have now limited visitors to only those of residents at the end-of-life.
  • Communal dining has been discontinued.
  • Group activities have strict guidelines and limited numbers in a group at any a time.
  • Any residents going out-on-pass will not be allowed back into the facility until a 14-day self quarantine has occurred (specific exceptions may occur due to medical necessity)

Residents are NOT being isolated in their rooms yet.  We are hoping this will not become necessary.

Thank you for your help.



RDCC will be hiring or accepting volunteers for the position of Door Monitor starting Monday 3-16-20.  Beginning Monday, call (806)285-2677.  You may also fill out an application on this site – under the EMPLOYMENT category, then fax to (806)285-2176 or bring by the facility. 


While our facility is temporarily not allowing visitors at this time, there will be exceptions.  Family and/or Responsible Party are allowed visits for a limited time, when the following exist:

  • A resident is experiencing a significant medical decline;

  • A resident has been newly admitted within the last week ;

  • A resident has returned from a hospital stay within the last week; or

  • Psychosocial family visitation for residents that have potential for decline in that area.

The facility discourages residents going out on pass.  If they or their responsible party choose to do so, they are encouraged to avoid large crowds or areas where the general public go – home visitation being safer than public areas.  Please be aware of those individuals you are in contact with while out, and to what extent they are subject to potential exposure from the public .

We will try and keep this site updated as changes occur.

Thank You again, and feel free to call or email for concerns or questions.

phone: (806)285-2677         email :

Dona Thompson, Administrator                              Marisa Eubanks, Director of Nurses

Please check CDC website for Coronavirus information:




The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid and CDC have released information specific to nursing homes and assisted livings for protection from the coronavirus, COVID-19. 

The At-Risk population is 65 years and older and/or have underlying medical problems.  Prevention is most critical.  All nursing home and assisted living residents are considered HIGH-RISK.  For this reason, the following has been implemented:

  • No visitors.

  • Vendors will be screened prior to entering the facility.

  • If you have questions, call (806) 285-2677 or email

 Thank you for your consideration and protection of our residents.

A non-profit nursing and rehab facility.


800 West 13th St. / PO Box 409
Olton, TX 79064
(806) 285-2677
(806) 285-2176

Dewey Hukill, Chairman
Danny Byers, Vice Chairman
Fran Ramage, Secretary
Ashley Cox
Alan Debnam
Anita Mandrell
Mac McGill
Mark Parish
Pam Roberson
Mozelle Trotter

Services and Amenities Offered:

  • Skilled Nursing & Rehab Care
  • Long Term Care Through Medicare, Medicaid, Private Pay and Insurance
  • Sandhills Village Assisted Living – across the driveway
  • Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapies
  • Outpatient Rehabilitation Therapies
  • Secured Dementia Wing
  • Hospice Services
  • Auxiliary Volunteer Organization
  • Beauty and Barber Services on the premises
  • Transportation & Support Staff to and from all medical appointments
  • Housekeeping and Laundry Services
  • Private and Semi-Private Rooms