About Auburn Manor
Right Care, Right Time
Auburn Manor offers skilled nursing care and rehabilitation services as part of the Auburn Homes & Services continuum of care campus in the center of downtown Chaska. There are options for individuals to move to a different part of the campus when circumstances change. In many cases, a spouse who is in need of different services may live on the same campus, allowing them to stay connected and enjoy frequent visits.
Features, Benefits, Services
Just Like Home
Each room at Auburn Manor has a classic front porch for visiting with family and friends, working on hobbies, enjoying a cup of coffee or simply relaxing. Residents are welcome to bring their own furnishings to personalize their new home.
Service, Integrity, Compassion
At Auburn Manor we value service, integrity and compassion. Life is meant to be lived with purpose and passion. Residents become part of our extended family and staff is dedicated to meeting their cognitive, physical, social and spiritual needs, living life to the fullest.
Licensed by the state of Minnesota and certified as a skilled nursing facility by the Medicare and Medicaid program, Auburn Manor accepts Medicare, Medical Assistance and major insurances.
The compassionate staff at Auburn Manor treat residents like family. Our team of trained nurses and aides care for residents and assist them with daily activities.
- 24-hour nursing staff
- Life enhancement activities
- Specialized dietary needs and tasty meal options
- Physical, occupational and speech therapies
- Short-term rehabilitation
- Hospice and end-of-life care
- Teaching and training for patients and families
- Certified Nurse practitioner and Physician visits
- Discharge planning
- Outpatient rehabilitative services
We would love to hear from you.
Location / Directions
Auburn Manor at Auburn Homes & Services
501 Oak Street N
Chaska, MN 55318-2072
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