Sponsored by the Daughters of Mary of the Immaculate Conception, we are a 132-bed skilled nursing facility providing short-term rehabilitation, long-term care and a range of related health care services in a truly caring, nurturing environment.
All beds are Medicare and Medicaid certified.
As a member of the Catholic Health Care Association, we adhere to the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services. As a result, you will find a prescribed set of values and beliefs is intrinsically part of our management and operational style, which includes:
- Dignity of the human being
- Sanctity of life
- The fostering of comfort & wellness
Sancta Maria Nursing Facility has achieved the Joint Commission's Medicare/Medicaid Certification Long Term Care Accreditation, and is also an affiliate member of Covenant Health Systems, a Catholic health care system sponsoring hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living residences and other health and elder services throughout New England.
A History of Caring
Quality personalized care, given with compassion and understanding, is an on-going tradition here at Sancta Maria. Originally founded as a hospital in 1948 on Memorial Drive in Cambridge, Sancta Maria was well known in greater Boston as the "Red Sox" hospital because so many members of the team — including Ted Williams, Tony Conigliaro and Walt Dropo — were cared for at Sancta Maria.
The hospital was relocated to the present site in 1968, and converted to a skilled nursing facility in 1989. As a former hospital, our facility is fully-equipped and offers a number of built-in amenities not commonly found in nursing homes, such as a central oxygen system, comprehensive nursing stations on each floor and on-site examination rooms. This added functionality, along with some of the additional services located on-site, often provides enhanced levels of convenience to our Residents.
Sancta Maria Nursing Facility | 799 Concord Ave. | Cambridge, MA 02138 | (617) 868-2200