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Specialized Services

Respite or Short-Term Care
For families who are full time caregivers, St. Mary's Manor offers respite or short-term care with no minimum or maximum days of stay.

Alzheimer's/Dementia Care
This Reflections secure unit for Alzheimer's/Dementia residents, provides an individual plan of care and activity program based on the resident's special needs. Reflections offers several dining rooms for more individualized needs. There is an enclosed garden patio area with safe areas to take walks and enjoy the beauties of the outdoors. This patio features a goldfish pond and lots of foliage.

Skilled Care
An assessment to determine the resident's specific level of care will be made upon admission and is continuously monitored during their stay.

Wound Care
St. Mary's Manor offers wound care services for folks needing specialized wound care. Treatments for diabetic ulcers, venous stasis ulcers, pressure ulcers, amputations and wound vac care are provided. Our Wound Care staff coordinates the care with area wound care clinics.

Amputee Care
We serve individuals who have undergone an amputation; those requiring short rehab in order to return to their home; those who are physically unable to manage in a setting that provides less care; and those who require outpatient services.

Diabetic/Insulin Training
Nursing staff provides diabetic/insulin training for new diabetics and their families; this is provided at the facility for the convenience of the residents.

Residential Care
Two bedroom, one bedroom and studio apartments are provided for independent living with services which include three meals each day, housekeeping services, laundry of flat linens and medication distribution and assistance. Activity programs are varied and include weekly outings. Physical, occupational and speech services are available.

Rehabilitative Services
Physical, occupational and speech therapies are available when ordered by a physician. St. Mary's Manor offers an aggressive Rehab to Home program for skilled residents wanting to return home. Our therapies are enhanced with the use of ultrasound, electrical stimulation treatments and vital stim modalities. Outpatient services are available for the community.

Dental/Podiatry/Optometry/Attending Physician
Fees for these services are not included in the daily room rate. These services are available at St. Mary's Manor. Families or responsible parties will be notified of any services needed. These services will visit St. Mary's Manor as needed.

Voice of the Patient

  • “I enjoyed both the classes and the exercise. I seemed to get better with the exercise program the longer I attended, which, of course, is the whole point!”
  • “I admired the professionalism of the staff. They were all very cheerful and kept the classes lively and enjoyable. They all are a credit to the hospital.”
  • “Everyone who knows me and my exercise regimen, including my doctors, did not think I would find value in Cardiac Rehab, but I did and it was thanks to the staff.”
  • “The bond that develops between the class participants was an unexpected bonus!”
  • “The most helpful part of the program was the quality care provided by the five nurses. While running on the treadmill, I watched them work with and encourage each of the other patients. You have a great staff!”
  • “The entire program was excellent. The classes were great and the nursing staff was very knowledgeable.”
  • “This program is excellent; it was vital to my full recovery and restored health.”
  • “The program was outstanding. All of it was well planned and the staff was very professional; I appreciated their pleasant smiles and friendly voices.”
  • “The most helpful part of the program was clearly the nursing staff. They took time to clearly define and answer all questions and their working knowledge of anatomy was communicated in terms that all could understand. I especially benefited from the in-depth reviews concerning how the heart worked and how procedures and/or drugs could work to correct issues.”
  • “Thank you for your support and for guiding me through this difficult time. Words cannot express my gratitude for all you have done. Your kindness and compassion is greatly appreciated.”
  • “I was overwhelmed with your kindness and caring.”
  • “Thank you for your extraordinary kindness, guidance and support.”
  • “I could not have done this without you.”
  • “You all are my angels.”
  • “Thank you for your support in a time when I was freaking out.”
  • “The Breast Center put the care in health care.”
  • “I really did not have any comment about how it could have been better. I have been to (patient named 3 other area hospitals) and have had surgery at all three of those facilities. None of them even compare to St. Joseph. I’ve had very good experiences there. Your staff is very welcoming and if I have to have another procedure done. I plan on going to St. Joseph.”
  • “I think that the nurses did an excellent job in taking care of me – they were always there. They did just an excellent job-that’s what I really have to say. And the doctor too did an excellent job taking care of me. I found I got excellent care at St. Joe. I had a very good experience there and I highly recommend it. I had no problem whatsoever.”