PMMA at a glance

Residents play bridgeThe first Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America community was built in Newton, Kansas in 1949. The system comprises 18 nonprofit communities in Kansas and Missouri.

Our communities offer a variety of living options to suit each resident in order to maximize independence while providing the security of home and health services as needed.

Here are some pertinent facts about PMMA:

  • Pioneered Alzheimer’s disease care in Kansas with the first neighborhood specializing in Alzheimer’s/dementia care at Newton Presbyterian Manor in 1986.
  • Serving more than 2,400 residents:
  • Employs approximately 2,200 people.
  • Maintains a Good Samaritan Program at each location, thanks to contributions, for residents who have outlived their financial resources.
  • A board of trustees governs PMMA. Each location has an advisory council comprised of community leaders who provide insight and guidance to the needs of the area.
  • PMMA provides equal access to services for all residents, without unlawful discrimination due to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability or age.
  • PMMA locations are equal housing opportunity communities.