Corn Heritage Villages and Rehabilitation Care is a non-profit community, providing long-term and skilled nursing care to enhance the lives and meet the individual needs of our residents and their families with the highest level of moral and ethical standards.

Our Story of Nursing & Rehabilitation Care

Faith In Heritage

In 1945, the need for a quality Long Term & Rehabilitation Care facility in Western Oklahoma was growing. Through faith based roots in Corn, OK – Corn Heritage Village was established to meet the needs of the communities in which Western Oklahoma families had grown their lives.

The Corn Mennonite Brethren Church established Corn Heritage Village in 1945 as a non-profit, faith based, Long Term Care & Rehabilitation Care community in order to provide the goal of having quality care for the families in Western Oklahoma.

The heritage based in Corn Heritage Village is one of treating our residents and their families the way we treat our own families, because we all live in the same communities and deeply care about the quality we achieve.

Growth Through Support

Corn Heritage Village has grown a lot over the past few years. From adding a location in Weatherford Oklahoma to provide Long Term Care, Skilled Nursing, & Rehabilitation Care, to adding a memory care unit and Rehabilitation Center.

The original facilities in 1945 contained fourteen rooms and kitchen facilities. It was heated by fuel oil furnace and steam and there was no air conditioning.

1950 – 24 hour care and service came into effect, before the American Nursing Home Association was established. Corn Heritage Village was Rated a Type I Home, the top of the line, a rating which continues through today.

1960 – CHV added its first addition, including 13 rooms, 23 beds, a devotional room, a new kitchen, nurses’ station, and enlarged dining room space complete with central HVAC.

1968 – Another addition was built which included 26 additional beds with a new chapel and nurses’ station. An elevator was added into the original three story facility.

1987 – A completely new Corn Heritage Village facility was built which included 104 beds, 26 private rooms, and 39 semi-private rooms. There were eight two-bedroom apartments.

2006 – Corn Heritage Village added an additional location in Weatherford, Oklahoma. Complete with Rehabilitation Care & Skilled Nursing.

2018 – The new addition to the CHV Weatherford Location Was Completed With Improvements. Modernized facilities, amenities, & extended rehabilitation care are all a part of our growing community.

After decades of successful years contributing to the Long Term Care and Rehabilitation of Western Oklahoma, Corn Heritage Village is proud to announce the new modernized addition to the Weatherford facility.

This addition includes modern amenities not found in other long term care facilities. These amenities include fine dining, apartment living, lounge areas, enhanced care technology, entertainment rooms, and more.

Our new facility includes:

  • All new, modernized comfort rooms.
  • Enhanced Care Technology using Vision EHR.
  • Entertainment Rooms, including an in-house theater.
  • Updated Rehabilitation Services for our Residents.
  • All New Dining Services and Menu, including and Ice Cream Bar.
  • Updated Landscaped Grounds with Walking areas and Outdoor Entertainment.
  • Semi-Independent Apartment Living for Couples and Residents.

We are so proud to offer our all new facility in addition to our existing facilities in areas convenient to you and our Residents.



Our highest standards of nursing & rehabilitation care are set by the family of quality staff that we keep.

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Sheriff Raji

Administrative Director

Since becoming a part of Corn Heritage Village in 2013, Sheriff has brought an innovative approach to leadership that has contributed to the growth and quality of the ...

Tonya Hendricks


Tonya is the Administrator of our facility in Corn, Oklahoma. She provides valuable leadership and decades of experience for our nursing staff, team, residents and family members. 

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Gary Albert

Community Liaison

Gary is a life-long resident of Western Oklahoma and currently resides in Clinton. Gary has 19 years of experience in the healthcare industry. He has three children and ...

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Mary Barks

Assistant Director of Nursing - Weatherford, OK

Mary is our Assistant Director of Nursing at our Weatherford, OK facility. Mary is well-loved by our team members and residents alike due to her warm personality and ...