More than 35 years ago, the citizens of Denton saw a need for continued healthcare services after the local clinic closed. The communities of southeastern Davidson County were in need of something to fill
this gap. A search committee recruited a husband and wife medical team, Drs. Mangundayao, to serve the community. At the same time, a group of community members led by Reverend H.M. Baker suggested the addition of a nursing home as part of the needed healthcare services. The Mountain Vista Skilled Nursing Facility opened on February 4, 1980.
Structured as a “non-profit” organization, Mountain Vista is led by a Board of Directors that includes the caring and involved citizens of the greater Denton community. The Board oversees the operations of the facility and continues to look towards meeting the needs of current and future generations in our community. In early 2017, the Board identified a growing need for a hospitality-driven experience for Transitional Rehab patients. These patients have recently been hospitalized and are in need of post-hospital rehabilitation services before they can return back home as safely and as quickly as possible. Construction on a new Transitional Rehab wing, which provides additional private rooms and an expanded rehab gym. With the completion of this wing, Mountain Vista now offers state-of-the-art facilities and “best of class” clinical services.
Mountain Vista complies with all applicable federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability or sex.