Each time we enter we are amazed at how welcome we feel and how it feels so much like home. The residents treat each other and each other’s guests with respect and dignity. The staff are like friends to the residents and very accommodating to their needs. They go out of their way to be helpful and don’t seem to feel the slightest bit inconvenienced at doing the same things over and over. The residents are helped to maintain their level of activity but not pushed to do things they do not want to do. Our brother feels so grateful to be in such a facility. He likes the food, loves the staff, and wouldn’t want to be anywhere else. The bookwork is easy–they do it for us–as well as appointments, laundry, haircuts. We have always found it clean, pleasant smelling, and comfortable. On a scale of 1-10, we give them 10+.

Pat M.

My brother has been living here for about 3 years now and has made more progress than at any other Rehabilitation place he’s been in since his brain injury 6 years ago. The director has done a remarkable job in handling all aspects of my brother’s care, while the nursing director, has been amazing in handling the medical aspect of it. I am so grateful to all the staff here for everything they have done to help him be the best he can be.
Donna K.

It is a warm, hospitable environment where new faces are welcomed. Although endlessly busy meeting the needs of their residents, the staff are knowledgeable, compassionate, ethical, hard-working and most of all dedicated to meeting the needs of those they care for. This is a facility that when faced with adversity and tribulation joins together to ensure continuity of care and continued commitment to ensuring the safety and well-being of all residents and staff members alike. This facility is indeed a strong resource for the community of Dillon and its health care needs.
Molly S.

I worked at this facility as a contract PT in their Rehabilitation Department for several months and must say it was one of the nicest places I’ve ever worked at. The administration and staff were friendly and helpful. The nursing home is located on the edge of town with lovely views of mountains and horse pastures. I really felt there was good communication and a team approach for helping the rehab patients. Most importantly the staff are truly kind and caring to all the residents. Those “little extras” for residents, which usually don’t get done in most facilities, were evident here. I hope they continue to deliver quality care in their community.

Leah S.

This is a nice place to undergo any rehabilitation that you or your loved ones might need. They are nice, friendly, and considerate. I almost wish that I could go back, but alas life has many paths. My particular problem was bariatric. I won’t go into details, but I will say that in the four months I was there, they helped me lose eighty pounds… The doctor was enthusiastic about my case and we still converse through email. If you don’t watch yourself, you might pick yourself up another family…

Mason S.

It’s peace of mind when you know there are registered nurses working 24/7. Dementia is a very serious mental condition. Pioneer Care is the best care for dementia and Alzheimer’s patients. I appreciate the staff at Pioneer Care because they know they are taking care of someone’s mom or dad, grandma, grandpa. Ask to tour the building, and you’ll see what I mean.

Bill L.

Contact Us

Pioneer Care and Rehabilitation
200 N Oregon St
Dillon, MT 59725

tel 406-683-5105