Gibbs Care Center is located on the edge of the scenic Ozark Hills in Steelville, Missouri,
a little over an hour's drive
southwest of St. Louis.
Gibbs Care Center is a non-profit, community-directed facility with a 30+ year heritage. We have had
the privilege of providing over 1000 residents with caring and compassionate support for their daily lives in that time.
We welcome your questions and assisting you in any way that we can.
Gibbs Therapy Center
An Open House was held on February 19 to celebrate the completion of the Steelville Therapy Center. Our first residents were welcomed on February 21. These ten private rooms are being used for the comfort and support of individuals in our community who need therapeutic programs to assist in their recovery or rehabilitation from an accident, a surgery, or a sudden illness.
Larry Howdeshell, Jr. Administrator
We hope you will stop by and check out this new facility and the healthcare staff who is waiting to serve you.
Gibbs Manor - Independent Living
We focus on individual wellness, and encourage continued independence with a tailored plan of assistance provided by well-trained team members available 24-hours a day.
Residents can choose to bring their own furniture if they prefer, or furnished apartments can be provided.
Skilled Nursing Facility
We are a pioneering facility in Crawford County, caring for family members in a skilled nursing setting. Gibbs Care Center has taken pride in its innovative concepts, warm, homelike atmosphere, and imaginative ideas. We are a certified and licensed Medicare and Medicaid provider, providing valuable levels of personal care for those you love.
Additionally, Gibbs Care Center provides an extraordinary level of medical care. A licensed physician supervises each patientís care and a nurse, or other medical professional, is available on site, 24 hours a day.
311 N. Spring St.
Phone: (573) 775-5815
Fax: (573) 775-4072
Partnership with Steelville Arts Council
The Board of Directors of Gibbs is pleased to announce a partnership with the recently organized Steelville Arts Council. Several pieces of art are on permanent display at Gibbs, while others are on loan and will be rotated among Gibbs and the local art gallery on Main Street and the downtown Mercantile Store.