Clare Hall Long-Term Care Area

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Clare Hall was built in 1971 as a 28-bed infirmary for the Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis from the Marymount Province who were in need of nursing care. Clare Hall replaced the outdated rooms on the third floor of the Marymount Convent that had been used for that purpose and added amenities such as a nurses station and examination room, common dining and TV rooms, a wing equipped to provide oxygen, storage rooms, accessible shower rooms, a therapy room and, eventually a Chapel.

In 2015, The Don and Pam Washkewicz Palliative Care Wing of Clare Hall was opened. This wing was designed to provide the support and comfort you and your family need during your stay. Tastefully designed rooms are equipped so your family can spend the night with you. Other family amenities include a kitchenette, dining space, sitting area with a fireplace, shower facilities, and a washer and dryer.

Pastoral care services are available as a spiritual resource and support to you and your family. Pastoral care team members will visit during your stay and can be contacted when needed. Mass is offered weekdays and Saturdays in Assisi Hall Chapel, and Sundays in the Clare Hall Chapel.

Your team of caregivers is coordinated by a physician and registered nurses to best address all your needs and any concerns of your family members. We have close patient to staff ratios. Our specially trained staff of RNs, LPNs, and STNAs is ready to meet your loved one's nursing and spiritual care needs. The main goal of your entire team of caregivers is to make sure you are cared for lovingly so that your quality of life is maintained at all times.



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