A Tradition of Excellence Since 1951
A remarkable woman named Addie Olivia Truman had a much beloved family that required constant care so she decided to convert her family home into a nursing and rest home. In 1951, the first rest home in Southern Utah was opened as the Truman Rest Home, a 15-bed facility located at 126 West 200 North, one block from the Brigham Young Winter Home. The Truman Rest Home was the leader in the care of the frail and elderly in St. George and surrounding areas for over twenty years.
The rest home was acquired by the Cooper family and became Cooper's Rest Haven during the 1970's and early '80's. In 1984, Cooper's Rest Haven was sold to Jim Porter and became known as Porter's Nursing Home.
Porter's Nursing and Rehabilitation was a pillar in the St. George community and was highly regarded as one of the finest providers of elderly care in Utah. Jim Porter operated the facility until 1993 when he sold it to John Bramall.
In November 2011, Seasons Health Group purchased the home and changed the name to Seasons Healthcare and Rehabilitation. In 2014, the rest home was greatly enlarged and converted into a state-of-the-art healthcare and rehabilitation facility, licensed to hold 53 patients, and totally dedicated to maintaining its six-decade-old traditions of quality and excellence.
Seasons is a member of the Traditions Healthcare network of skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers located throughout Utah.