A member of the Diocesan Health Facilities group, Madonna Manor is a skilled nursing center located in the city of North Attleboro, in Bristol County, Massachusetts. Recognized for a tradition of quality care, the facility serves 129 adult men and women with comprehensive health services. Residents there benefit from an innovative concept which brings pets, plants, and people together to create a vibrant and stimulating environment.
From skilled nursing and rehab programs to memory care, pain management, and palliative care, our team is dedicated to helping the residents at Madonna Manor maintain the best quality of life. In keeping with our philosophy, we offer a holistic approach to total wellness that goes beyond meeting physical and emotional needs to nurturing spirituality.
We offer short- and long-term nursing for adults of all ages, including those recovering from surgery or illness. A social worker, pastoral care provider, and priest chaplain who celebrates Mass on-site daily enhance the experience. Our residents also benefit from an active therapeutic activities program designed to bring joy, stimulate the mind, and encourage social interaction. Find out more.
We strive to help residents attain their highest level of physical functionality following an illness, accident, hospitalization, or surgery by providing a mix of physical, occupational, speech / language and respiratory therapies, and a pulmonary rehabilitation program tailored to individual needs. Find out more.
The focus of our pain management program is the elimination of acute or chronic pain for all residents, regardless of age, illness, or mental health status. Find out more.
Our palliative care program offers terminally ill residents specialized treatment, including appropriate and aggressive pain management, and compassionate support. Our affiliations with several hospice agencies facilitate coordination, allowing us to support residents and family members by maximizing time together, managing symptoms, and assuring peace and dignity at the end of life. Find out more.