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Wyoming Retirement Center

The Wyoming Retirement Center (WRC) provides skilled nursing care to residents with mental health, dementia, and medical needs with the goal of stabilizing and helping residents reach their highest functional level.



WRC is located in Basin, at the western base of the beautiful Big Horn Mountains. Basin is 30 miles north of Worland on US Highway 20 and just 10 miles south of Greybull. Community groups, churches and individual volunteers provide services to help residents. The 47-acre grounds at WRC offer a beautiful location near the Big Horn River.

A high quality of life and care is the center's goal for each resident. Twenty-four hour nursing; regularly scheduled physician visits; and available physical, occupational, and speech therapy all help residents regain or maintain maximal independence and health recovery. As a nursing care facility, we provide long-term care to residents who have medical conditions that require 24-hour per day nursing services under professional direction.

WRC is certified by Medicare, Medicaid, and the Veterans' Administration as a long-term, convalescent, and respite care facility.

The Wyoming Retirement Center is part of the Wyoming Department of Health’s Aging Division.