Catholic Memorial Home
A member of the Diocesan Health Facilities group, Catholic Memorial Home is a skilled nursing center located in the city of Fall River, in Bristol County, Massachusetts. Our facility was originally administered and staffed by the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm. Today, we carry on this rich tradition of compassionate care by providing 272 adult men and women with comprehensive health services.
From skilled nursing and rehab programs to specialized Alzheimer’s care, pain management, and palliative care, our team is dedicated to helping the residents at Catholic Memorial Home 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. To meet the needs of the Portuguese community we offer bi-lingual staff members, religious services spoken in Portuguese, and cultural activities.
Established: April, 21, 1937
There are some people in the world who go to work, do their jobs and go home. Others take those jobs to whole new level entirely. We, as a family, could not be more thankful that our mother was in your loving hands at Catholic Memorial Home. We thank you for the care that was so beautifully provided. When you carefully wiped our mother’s face or spoke words of comfort, you may not have realized it, but your actions not only touched her, but in turn all of us. Words can hardly express what that means to all of us. I believe you all have a very special angel looking over you now. God bless.
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I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to all of you at Catholic Memorial Home. The dedication and care my Dad received exceeded all of our expectations of the care he would receive. Your consideration, compassion and your love and understanding will never be forgotten.
To all the caring staff at Catholic Memorial Home – we gratefully acknowledge the Memorial Mass offered for Mom’s soul. She was only a resident for eight days, but in that time, and at her death, she was treated with loving compassion and respect. We are very grateful to you all for your goodness.
"Love Made Visible." There could be no truer words to describe Catholic Memorial Home, especially the Alzheimer's Unit. My mom received the very best care by the nurses and CNAs during her stay. I witnessed first hand the attention and love that was readily given to her. But what touched me most was how my mother was cared for in the last days of her life. The entire staff showed unending compassion and patience to both my mother and myself. That they were with her at the end of her long journey on Earth, helping her take the next step into God's home, means the world to me. Catholic Memorial Home has given a beautiful gift to my mother and me and I will forever be thankful and sincerely grateful to you and all who cared so lovingly for my beloved mother.