MARIAN MANOR FOR THE AGED & INFIRM INC

Where Care Means Caring

South Boston, MA   |  www.marianmanor.org

Mission

THE HOME OPERATES A 202 BED LICENSED NURSING HOME. THE HOME PROVIDES PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL SERVICES IN A COMPASSIONATE AND CARING MANNER TO MEMBERS OF THE CITY OF BOSTON, SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES AND OTHER LOCATIONS THAT SEEK OUR SERVICES. DURING 2016 THE HOME PROVIDED 62,297 DAYS OF NURSING CARE FOR THE ELDERLY AND INFIRM, WITHOUT REGARD TO THEIR ETHNIC, RELIGIOUS OR FINANCIAL BACKGROUND.

Ruling year info

1946

Chief Executive Officer

Sr. Teresa Stephen Pereira

Adminstrator

Kahoney Anderson

Main address

130 Dorchester St

South Boston, MA 02127 USA

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EIN

04-2173054

NTEE code info

Nursing, Convalescent (Geriatric and Nursing) (E91)

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Short term rehabilitation care

We have a 27 bed post-acute short-term unit staffed by nurses and nursing assistants, a dedicated case manager, social workers and therapists for elderly individuals looking for a quick recovery from surgery or serious illness.

Population(s) Served

We are licensed for 202 beds to provide a homelike environment with skilled nursing care for the whole person.

Population(s) Served

We offer respite care for seniors needing short term care. This offers peace of mind for those who serve as caregivers and who need to be away from their home for short periods of time.

Population(s) Served

We are among the pioneers offering palliative care programming. Beginning at the time of admission for long term care we provide relief from the five domains of pain.

Population(s) Served

We provide access to a number of outside Hospice Services to ensure comfort and dignity. The goal is to have the patient's final months of life be as meaningful and fulfilling as possible, both for the patient and the family.

Population(s) Served

We provide 11 Rest Home beds which allow for independence with the security of knowing that medical help is readily available.

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Rooted in the Mission, Vision and Core Values of the Carmelite Sisters, Marian Manor serves the aged and infirm by providing quality long term care for any person aged 62 or over who seeks to benefit from our philosophy of a life of wholeness. We create a secure living environment that promotes human dignity, self-esteem and inner peace of mind and soul.
We provide residents with a comfortable and lively home where personalized care is the standard. Our entire staff of nurses and support personnel treat residents like family while offering the highest quality medical care. An array of skilled nursing services is provided at Marian Manor in a personalized manner, whether the patient is recuperating from a serious illness in our rehabilitation center or is a long term resident. Each individual care plan is developed by an interdepartmental care team, with input from the patient/resident and family.
Our 42-bed short-term unit offers post-acute skilled nursing and rehabilitation services with a focus on allowing individuals to safely return home and regain independent function in their homes. In addition, we provide respite care that offers peace of mind to adult children serving as caregivers as we care for their loved one while the family is away from home.
Our approach to residents' care is based on the belief that they come to us with a history and values that extend beyond their current medical needs. The dignity of each person we care for is our top priority.

Marian Manor's professional Admissions staff members accept referrals from area Acute Care facilities, screen candidates for admission, and offer needed services specifically tailored to provide for each individual's needs. We accomplish this by performing a thorough assessment process that relies on the competencies of our interdisciplinary team: Physician, Nursing, Rehabilitation, Social Services, Activities, and Spiritual Care for persons of all faiths. For Short-Term resident care the focus is on improving functional capacity that allows a return to the community. For Long-Term resident care the team works to support quality of life and quality of care by maximizing resident choices, and by providing opportunities to improve services through our Quality Assurance / Performance Improvement" (QAPI) reviews.

Marian Manor is part of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Skilled Nursing Facility process. This requires that we have a Medical Director, Nurse Practitioner, Administrator, Director of Nursing, Rehabilitation Services, medically related Social Services, direct care workers and resident activities provided by trained, licensed and credentialed staff. The services of our interdisciplinary team are validated by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health via impromptu annual "surveys" where our standards of operation are subject to review. The Carmelite System also provides a review of facility operations, and, based on the Mission and Vision of the Carmelite Sisters, makes recommendations for change and follow-up if needed.
Individual and group meetings with residents as well as staff planning meetings are ongoing so that we can adjust to changing needs and preferences of residents. Management maintains an open-door policy and residents are free to bring concerns or ideas to any staff member
We perform an annual formal written evaluation of employees to ensure that each is working within the mission of the facility.
Oversight is provided by the Board Committees to include:, Quality Assurance, Financial Planning, Building and Grounds and Strategic Planning.

Marian Manor completed the final milestone of a grant that enabled the facility to connect its electronic health records with the Mass HIway information conduit and thus exchange medical records with one of our partner hospitals, Tufts. This is a paperless and almost instantaneous process that fully protects resident personal health information. The fact that we were able to use this grant money to achieve our standing as the first nursing home to complete all four milestones is, in our belief, a testimony of our seriousness of purpose and our ability to seize an opportunity and carry it through to fruition.
A multi-disciplinary team Quality Improvement Project on evaluation and treatment of Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) in the elderly resulted in a 92% decrease in UTI's, 68% decrease in urine cultures sent out and no Clostridium Difficile infections in our long-term care units in the past 3 years.

We have decreased our Healthcare Associated Infection Rate from 4.06 to 0.85 over a 4-year period through aggressive surveillance and antibiotic stewardship interventions.

All these efforts are directed at providing a "Resident-Centered" Quality of Life, maximizing Dignity, Self-Determination, and Quality of Care. The feedback on our progress comes directly from those we serve. The high degree of resident / family satisfaction and clinical outcomes are Marian Manor's proof of success.

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MARIAN MANOR FOR THE AGED & INFIRM INC

Board of directors
as of 07/24/2020
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Mr. Robert Griffin, Esq.

Krokidas & Bluestein LLP