Skilled nursing care with compassion and love in Christ’s name

Christian Health Care Center

Long-Term Care and Rehabilitation

Christian Health Care Center is a non-profit skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility that serves Whatcom County residents. Our caring and knowledgeable staff provide a full range of healthcare services to people recovering from injury, overcoming illness, or in need of long-term care.

We believe that each therapeutic rehab patient and long-term care resident deserves to live in comfort, with dignity and respect. This core philosophy, along with our mission to provide healthcare with compassion and love in Christ’s name, is why your family, friends, and neighbors have trusted Christian Health Care Center since 1956.

“Thank you so much for the wonderful care you gave mom during her stay. Your concern and love for her and all the residents was very evident. Mom talked about you all the time like you were her own kids and grandkids. It was so comforting to us to have her in your care.”

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Music, animal therapy working wonders at CHCC

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CHCC moves 500th patient beyond rehab

This article was originally published in the Lynden Tribune. LYNDEN — Five years after its inception, the care transitions program at Christian Health Care Center recently celebrated a major...

Legacy gifts say ‘thank you’ while supporting important programs at CHCC

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Research shows ability to reduce risk factors for dementia

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