Our Mission

In the Franciscan spirit of valuing the gift of life in all its transitions, our Mission is to provide an environment of Compassion, Competence and the Celebration of Life to all entrusted to this community of care.

Here Is The News

Updated: 4 p.m. Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Resident Eugene catches some rays in the courtyard on a sunny day.

Dianne Schindler Named June 2020 Spirit Award Winner

Congratulations to nursing supervisor Dianne Schindler, left, who received the June 2020 Franciscan Spirit Award from Peggy Jakabcic, Director of Nursing.

Click the link below to read our 2019 Annual Report.

The Village at Marymount 2019 Annual Report

From Executive Director Sue Nall

Villa St. Joseph Structured Visitations Begin at Villa St. Joseph  

This year has been extremely challenging for all of us – to say the least. With the prayers of the Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis, our weekly blessings from Bishop Roger, commitment from our staff, and your patience, we continue to fare well as we navigate the COVID-19 landscape.

Now that the Ohio National Guard has conducted COVID-19 testing for Villa St. Joseph staff, we are offering structured visitation for Villa St. Joseph residents and families. To schedule a visit, please call us at 216-332-1100 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Representatives can sign up for one (1) visit per week, and a maximum of two (2) visitors will be permitted at one time.

In addition to having staff tested for the coronavirus, we are required to consider the following measures which may alter our visitation plan:

  • Case status in the surrounding community
  • Case status in the nursing home
  • Staffing levels
  • Access to adequate testing for residents and staff
  • Personal protective equipment supplies
  • Local hospital capacity

The decision to move forward with outdoor visitation considered requests from families and residents and the impact on the quality of life that a prolonged loss of connection can have on an individual. The plan was made in consultation with advocates and providers in the aging and development disabilities communities. Guidelines for visitation were jointly developed by the Academy for Senior Health Sciences, Leading Age Ohio, the Ohio Assisted Living Association, the Ohio Health Care Association, and the Ohio Medical Directors Association.

Please remember COVID-19 is still out there and we must remain vigilant to ensure everyone’s safety. In additional to our structured visitation guidelines, you will also find additional information about this respiratory disease attached.

We know this time has been difficult and we thank you for the wonderful job you have done in helping to keep everyone on campus safe, while abiding by the Governor’s Orders. We appreciate the difficulty of not seeing your family, friends, and loved ones and share in your excitement of being able to reunite, even in a limited manner. We ask that you continue to work with us as we diligently keep your health our priority.

Thank you!

Villa St. Joseph Structured Visitation Policies and Procedures

Structured visitation days:  

Tuesdays & Thursdays (1:30 to 3 p.m.); Wednesdays (6 to 7:30 p.m.); and Saturdays (10:30 a.m. to noon).

Structured visitation session length:  

Approximately 20 minutes

RESERVATIONS required. Schedule by calling 216-332-1100 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.

  • Prior to arriving for your visit, please wash your hands thoroughly.
  • Upon arrival, you will be required to have your temperature taken, sanitize your hands and sign the visitation log.
  • Visitors will be required to wear a mask/face-covering at all times (visitors to supply their own mask).
  • Proper social distancing will be required at all times; resist the urge to touch/hug/kiss your loved one.
  • In the event you are feeling ill, PLEASE understand the importance of rescheduling your visit.
  • Visitation sessions will be held outdoors – weather permitting.

 

What we know about COVID-19

COVID-19, or coronavirus disease 2019, is a respiratory disease. Symptoms, which generally appear 2-to-14 days after exposure, include cough or shortness of breath/difficulty breathing. These symptoms range from mild to severe; however, some people with COVID-19 have no symptoms which is why it is so important to wear a mask.

COVID-19 is believed to spread mainly from person-to-person, between people who are in close contact (within about 6-feet) with one another and through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. It also may be possible that a person can get COVID-19 by touching a surface or object which has the virus on it and then touching their own mouth, nose, or eyes.

Older adults may show very different signs and symptoms, such as lethargy, disorientation, and general fatigue. Older adults, people with chronic health conditions, and people with compromised immune systems are more likely to become more severely ill, which is why all recommendations should be followed during visitation with your loved one.

What can I do to help prevent the spread of COVID-19

It is vitally important to adhere to policies and procedures. Wear a face mask or face covering, wash your hands with soap and water for 20-seconds frequently, sanitize your hands with hand-sanitizer when washing them is not an option, and remember to social-distance yourself (6-feet apart) when possible.

Virtual Gala 2020 – Adapting To Ever-Changing Times!

Like most organizations, The Village at Marymount has experienced an overwhelming amount of change in 2020. The coronavirus-19 pandemic has negatively impacted entire countries, companies – large and small, for-profit, and non-profit – and has certainly affected so many people and their families. By holding true to our faith, our Mission, and cloaked under the never-ending prayers of Bishop Roger and our founders, the Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis, The Village at Marymount continues to provide the top-notch care and services so desperately needed by so many.

The Village at Marymount is guided by our Mission and we will – once again – put our faith in those who support our campus and share our commitment. We ask for your support to guarantee our ability to carry on. Please grab your virtual passport and join The Village at Marymount for its first ever Virtual Gala.  Join us as we travel across the globe – visiting and learning about some amazing countries and their cultures. This interactive Virtual Gala will certainly be an event you will not want to miss, as you are immersed into our travels – guided by our Honorary Co-Chairs Mr. Marc Kotora and Mr. Jay Lucarelli. Our Honorary Co-Chairs will not only guide us long our tour, they will assist with the navigation of the interactive portions of our event – providing plenty of chances to “win” great auction items.

Stay tuned for additional details and information as we prepare for our trip and ensure The Village at Marymount is able to continue to make “Every Mile A Memory”.  

Director’s Order Limiting Access To Ohio’s Nursing Homes

Click here to read the Director’s Order

Resident Face Covering Requirements

Effective June 22, 2020, all short-term residents at The Village at Marymount are required to wear surgical masks during direct care — and when they are out of their rooms participating in an activity or enjoying the common area.

If any resident has a concern with being able to wear a mask given their medical condition, and/or is having difficulty with the mask, then please notify a supervisor so that the issue can be addressed during the resident’s care plan meeting.

Further direction will be announced soon for long-term care resident face coverings.

Structured Visitations Begin at Marymount Place

From Executive Director Sue Nall and Administrator Peggy Mathews

Greetings Residents, Families & Friends:

This year has been extremely challenging for all of us – to say the least. With the prayers of the Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis, our weekly blessings from Bishop Roger, commitment from our staff and your patience – we continue to fare well and weather this storm COVID-19 free.

The Governor has begun the process of reopening Ohio under strict guidelines. It is with great pleasure we announce Marymount Place is ready to follow suit. Marymount Place is allowing structured visitation. The policies and procedures are listed below.

Please remember COVID-19 is still out there and we must remain vigilant to ensure everyone’s safety.

We know this time has been difficult and we thank you for the wonderful job you have done in helping to keep everyone on campus safe, while abiding by the Governor’s Orders.

We appreciate the difficulty of not seeing your family, friends, and loved ones and share in your excitement of being able to reunite, even in a limited manner. We ask that you continue to work with us as we diligently continue to keep your health priority.

Marymount Place Visitation Policies and Procedures

Structured visitation daily between the hours of 1:30 to 4 p.m. Structured visitation sessions will be limited to 20 minutes. Reservations are required.

To schedule your visit, please call the Marymount Place reception desk at 216-332-1070.

Prior to arriving for your visit, please wash your hands thoroughly.

Upon arrival, you will be required to have your temperature taken, sanitize your hands and sign the visitation log.

  • Visitors will be required to wear a mask/face-covering at all times (visitors to supply their own mask).
  • Seating for one (1) family member will be provided.
  • Proper social distancing will be required at all times; you must resist the urge to touch/hug/kiss your loved one.
  • In the event you are feeling ill, PLEASE understand the importance of rescheduling your visit.
  • Visitation sessions will be held outdoors, weather permitting. DON’T FORGET YOUR MASK/FACE-COVERING!

Responsible Restart Ohio

Here is some information regarding Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s Responsible Restart Ohio program:

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Keeping COVID-19 Measures In Place

The Village at Marymount took proactive measures at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and implemented the following procedures and protocols to ensure the health and safety of our residents and staff:

  • Visitation limitations
  • Social distancing
  • Increased hand hygiene measures
  • Required all staff to have their temperature taken and be screened for respiratory symptoms daily prior to their shift
  • Required all residents to have their temperature taken and be screened for respiratory symptoms daily
  • Key nursing leadership is consulted 24/7 for any questionable temperatures or respiratory symptoms
  • Implemented a policy where residents will receive medications, dine, and receive therapy in their room unless specific care requires otherwise
  • Staff members are required to properly wear a mask at all times during their shift

As the COVID-19 landscape continued to change, we stepped up our proactive measures, in an effort to keep EVERYONE safe, to include:

  • A designated area on Villa St. Joseph’s first floor for monitoring temperatures, and signs or symptoms of COVID, for 14 days upon admission or readmission.
  • At the conclusion of the 14-day monitoring period, residents are moved to units on the second floor of Villa St. Joseph and Clare Hall.

 

 

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Assisted Living Services

The Village at Marymount has provided superlative assisted living care for seniors since 1988. At The Village at Marymount there are many opportunities available to enrich the lives of our residents socially, spiritually, and intellectually. We offer secure apartment style living, gourmet meals, daily Mass, scheduled transportation, lush courtyards and gardens, a spacious library and TV room, and a wellness center.

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Skilled and Intermediate Nursing Care

Villa St. Joseph specializes in skilled and intermediate nursing care, short-term rehabilitation, memory care and provides outpatient therapy as well. With 142 beds, we are able to accommodate the diverse clinical needs of everyone on campus. Residents are invited to attend daily Mass in Assisi Hall Chapel, have access to daily activities, an ice cream parlor and game room, and a beauty salon. These amenities lighten the spirits and promote a holistic healing environment.

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Rehabilitation Services

We provide an intensive, evidence-based seven-day-a-week inpatient therapy program in our state-of-the-art Parker Hannifin Foundation Therapy and Wellness Center. Several types of outpatient therapy including physical, occupational, and speech therapy are also offered.

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Memory Care Services

The Village at Marymount's Memory Care Unit provides a safe and secure environment for residents with Alzheimer's disease, as well as other forms of dementia. We provide individualized care that enhances each resident's quality of life by maximizing function and minimizing their level of frustration. Life enrichment activities managed by licensed professionals focus on residents' interests as well as their cognition and physical abilities.

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Wellness & Rehab Wing

The Don & Pam Washkewicz Wellness & Rehab Wing provides excellence in rehabilitation services. This unit has been uniquely designed to offer intensive rehabilitation in a boutique-like setting. Our comprehensive interdisciplinary approach includes home evaluations prior to discharge, family member training to emphasize safety and continued care at home, and care-plan meetings with our team to review patient goals, progress, accomplishments and to thoroughly discuss discharge plans. Ten (10) large private rooms, a fully functioning kitchen, laundry room and shower room, along with the appropriate rehabilitation equipment right on the unit, add up to a surprisingly comfortable stay. Coupled with intense clinical services and you have the makings for a speedy and successful recovery.

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Spiritual, Palliative, and Hospice Care

Pastoral care services are available as a spiritual resource and support system for our patients and their loved ones. Pastoral care team members visit our residents throughout their stay and can be contacted if a special need arises. This is especially comforting to those receiving palliative or hospice care. Additionally, Mass is offered weekdays at 9:30am in Assisi Hall Chapel; Saturdays afternoon in Assisi Hall Chapel and on Sunday mornings in the Clare Hall Chapel.

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