Clare Hall was built in 1972 by The Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis as an addition to the Marymount Congregational Home. The project was undertaken because of the limitations of space in the larger building and the need for more medically efficient ways to serve the needs of the more seriously ill Sisters and those recuperating after surgery.
In 2000, Marymount Health Care Systems assisted the Congregation in the renovation of Clare Hall and in licensing the facility as a 28-bed intermediate care nursing facility. In time, the licensure was expanded to include skilled care services.
Clare Hall is currently staffed by a professional team that is dedicated to providing rehabilitation, long-term care, skilled care, memory care, and hospice care to the members of the Congregation who look to the Marymount Congregational Home for their retirement and health care needs. In addition to providing for the individual physical needs of the Sisters under our care, we seek to foster the spiritual and emotional well-being of our residents in a comfortable, familiar, and homelike setting on the Marymount Campus.
The services provided at Villa St. Joseph may be covered by Medicare, Medicaid, insurance, or private pay.