"This letter is to offer a very sincere “thank you” to the staff on the 4th floor rehab unit. I thought it was amazing how caring and dedicated you were during Doug’s rehab, and how committed each person was to his progress and well-being each day."
— Connie Richards
“My brothers and I would like to say a huge thank you for taking such great care of our parents, all the little acts of kindness you do and for being so patient and loving all the time.”
— Clancy Family
“It’s hard to put into words a ’thank you’ for the wonderful home life I enjoy at Mt. Carmel; it’s a privilege to live here.”
— Alice Angus, Resident
“Today makes six months since our mother Mary passed. We don’t want to let another day pass without thanking the executive team as well as the extraordinary staff of the dementia unit for all that all of you did - sometimes under less than ideal conditions - to care for her and comfort our mother.“
— John and Tom
“I really never knew anything about nursing homes but, after spending many hours there, it has become clear to me that a nursing home is only as good as the people who work there. I observed something rare at Mt. Carmel: everyone that I met and worked with seemed to be glad to be there and was ready to help me and my father in any way they could.”
— Armand Montminy
“My mother suffered a massive left thrombotic stroke. When she got to your facility, she was on Prozac for depression, but was in good spirits in my eyes. She has now been there for about three months, and her physical and mental recovery is nothing short of a miracle. She is walking with a cane, her speech is improving, and most importantly, she is off the Prozac and is thrilled to be there.”
— Christopher Russell
“I just want to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you from the bottom of my heart for the excellent, professional care and friendship you showed me when I was a patient at your facility.”
— Chuck Cafiero

We Are A Non-Profit, Mission Driven
Catholic Health Care Provider

As a not for profit, mission driven, Catholic health care provider, we share a vision of providing Person Centered holistic care that addresses the needs of each individual served. We strive to understand and meet the care needs of each person’s mind, body and spirit.

We provide service to people of all faiths and respect each individual’s religious and spiritual beliefs. As a Catholic health care provider we follow the ethical and religious guidelines of the Catholic Church and the ministry of Jesus Christ in caring for our frail elders.


Long-Term Care

Discover person-centered care that treats more than illness. It supports and enriches every part of your life.

Memory Care

Compassionate, personalized care for people with Alzheimer’s and memory impairment in a secure environment.

Hospice Care

Care to treat the discomfort symptoms, stress and pain of people dealing with serious or life-threatening illness.

Skilled Nursing

Learn more about rehabilitative therapy and care that enables a safe, effective and quick return to independence.