At Hospitality House on Dayton Lake we provide all primary care with a very small, experienced team of qualified professionals. This provides a continuity and quality of care that can only be found with dependable and dedicated staff.

Mary Anne Frank, our site Registered Nurse Supervisor has served as a Registered Nurse since 1974 in many traditional and alternative settings including Surgery, Pediatrics, Home Care, Public Health and as a Nurse Educator.


Mary Anne and Sarah - Mom and daughter nurses

Mary Anne Frank, RN and daughter Sarah Frank Brunn, RN

Mel Frank was first licensed as a nurse in 1975 and has worked in Nursing Homes, Orthopedics and Trauma. For the last twenty years his primary interest has been business growth and development. Dr. Frank holds undergraduate degrees in nursing and psychology, a masters degree in church administration, an advanced degree in management and most recently completed a doctorate in pastoral care and ministry.

Our daughter Melissa and grandchildren provide the activity and joy that every household needs for good health.

In addition to our family we are assisted by our fantastic staff of dedicated professionals. Our average employee has 13 years of experience in direct care and has worked with us for six years. Our staff includes five Registered Nurses and four full or part time Care Associates (Home Health Aides). We are currently blessed to have four RN's from our own immediate family on our team. With special provisions Mary Anne and our three RN daughter's are available for your customized Plan of Care requiring an RN levels of care.

Cheryl and Marie

Cheryl Rose and Marie


Hospitality House on Dayton Lake is a nursing home alternative for women located in Fergus Falls Otter Tail County Minnesota. We provide care similar to a institutional nursing home at all levels from A through K, but we do this not in an institutional setting, but rather in a loving home. There are many similarities to adult foster care, assisted living, board and care with services, and normal homes plus programs, but we consider our home to be a family. Why be confined to an institution when you could be living in a beautiful Minnesota lake home with friends?