For over four decades, Midland Care has been a pioneer and leader in responding to the most challenging health care needs in our community. Midland Care now offers an integrated community care delivery system addressing social, physical, and spiritual needs, improving quality of life for our aging population to keep seniors at home and independent longer, as a vital part of our community.
We have seen our health care system change with time, but our purpose remains the same. Since 1978, caring community members have enabled Midland Care to bring hope, comfort, and support to those in need. Together, we ensure that our community’s elders live with dignity, cared for by compassionate people in peaceful surroundings. With your help, we will continue to serve.
Recent National Surveys Rank Topeka High for Quality of Life Attributes Including:
In addition to a cost of living that’s 8% to 10% below average, you’ll also find quality neighborhood schools, housing of all types and price ranges, a regional medical center that serves all of northeast Kansas, historic, educational and fun attractions, sidewalks in most neighborhoods, easy access to parks and trails throughout Shawnee County, civic organizations for every interest and myriad arts and culture activities.
There’s new energy and a new outlook in Topeka. The citizens have adopted a strategic plan for the community and results are happening. Our young professionals are finding lots to do in formal and informal groups. Take a look at our new arts district, our new Kansas Children’s Discovery Center, new swimming pools and ball diamonds, new businesses and commerce parks, and a plan to revitalize the downtown. Farmer’s markets are plentiful, robotics and an international baccalaureate are being introduced in the schools and citizens are taking an active role as volunteers all over the city.
There’s always something to do—from First Friday Art Walks to Top City Thursdays in downtown to myriad performances by local and touring artists. If playing sports is your thing, there’s plenty of opportunity, or you can go watch indoor football and ice hockey or catch your favorite professional, collegiate, or youth event. And of course, you can always gather with friends and family in one of our many parks or take in a dinner at one of our many local, and not-so-local restaurants.