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reflecting the Catholic Church’s role in the continuation of Christ’s healing ministry.
reflecting the Catholic Church’s role in the continuation
of Christ’s healing ministry.
caring and love, reflecting the Catholic Church’s
role in the continuation of Christ’s healing ministry.
Sister Mary Lucille Banach, DM
SMNF Pastoral Care Minister
Sister Mary Theresa Tinana, DM
SMNF Mission Integration Coordinator
Jean, describing her parents’ experiences
at Sancta Maria
THE SANCTA MARIA STORY
Sponsored by the Daughters of Mary of the Immaculate Conception, we are a 134-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 of our 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 include:
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 ongoing 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.