Serenity Health Move to New Headquarters in the Webb and K-96 Medical Corridor
Serenity Health Management, LLC (the parent company of Serenity Home Health and Serenity Hospice Care) has a new home. The locally owned and operated company now occupies a 7,030 square foot building at 3221 N. Toben, in the heart of the Webb and K-96 medical corridor.
Serenity Home Health and Serenity Hospice Care are separate entities, housed in separate wings of the building and tied together by shared common areas. Growth in both programs has necessitated the need for more space. Serenity Hospice Care also operates a second office in Hutchinson, with plans for additional locations in the near future.
The newly constructed Serenity headquarters offers an improved training space, easy access to K-96, and an available site for after-hours community events. For a company based in Wichita and with a strong dedication to Kansas communities, this was an important addition.
The new staff training facilities are designed to promote engagement in a dynamic learning environment. A specially designed onsite cafe gives Serenity team members an attractive and comfortable place for breaks, charting and visiting. Beautiful outdoor areas provide a place to decompress in a natural setting that encourages self-care.
“We want our team members to have an environment that helps them be in the best frame of mind to provide excellent patient care and be great teammates. The design of the building reflects that,” said Lars Stamp, Managing Member of Serenity Health Management. He and fellow Managing Member Steve Hardin formed the company in 2008 and have developed and expanded it over the years.
“As a team, we expect a lot from ourselves and each other,” Stamp continued. “We have high standards. It was important to create a setting that both acknowledges those expectations and demonstrates our commitment to the people that make great care possible.”
Serenity Home Health and Serenity Hospice Care teams have extensive knowledge and expertise, as well as a reputation for patient-centered care, service responsiveness, caregiver education and overall patient and family satisfaction. The teams are powered by Kansans carefully chosen to reflect Kansas values of honesty, responsiveness, integrity, respect for hard work, family, friends, and a neighborly life.