Events & News

Letter to the Families- March 12th

3/7/2021 Dear Maristhill Residents and Families, Today we received the test results of our March 4th testing of negative residents/staff and recovered post six-month Covid-19 residents/staff.  I regret to inform you that we had one positive resident from that...

Letter to the Family 3/2/21

  3/1/2021 Dear Maristhill Residents and Families,   The facility has come through one of our most difficult times with the Covid-19 virus and I am pleased to inform you that almost every resident in the facility has received the second dose of the vaccine...

Do You Need a Test?

The recent uptick in COVID-19 cases in our communities has generated questions about testing. Here are some helpful guidelines provided by the CDC. Considerations for those who should get tested, include: People who have symptoms of COVID-19 or People who have...

Letter to the Residents and Families- Week of November 15th

11/13/2020 Dear Maristhill Residents and Families, The facility has tested all of our staff on November 9th and 11th per Department of Public Health guidance for those individuals that had previously tested negative. Our staff continues to show no signs or symptoms of...

Read the 2020 Gratitude Report

This year, our Maristhill family has truly come together. Thank you to everyone who sent a card, gave a donation, or participated in a car parade. You gave joy, love and comfort to our residents and to our staff. We’ve put together this special thank you, just for...

About COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

We continue to closely monitor COVID-19. We are scheduling outside visitation, by appointment. Please call us for more info. What is COVID-19? COVID-19 is a coronavirus that causes respiratory illness that can spread from person-to-person. It was first identified...

March 2020 – Activity Calendar

The activity calendars for March 2020 now are available. This month’s activities include a St. Patrick’s Day concert featuring John Becker in the Chapel, Stations of the Cross, Movies, games, sing-alongs and more! Download the schedules for: B Floor C...

Pre-“furred” Friends!

As noted in past posts, pet therapy is widely recognized as a beneficial treatment for seniors. According to research from multiple sources, even small amounts of time spent with a loving animal can help stave off depression, loneliness, and even lower blood pressure....
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last updated: Dec. 15, 2020