Marian Manor

508.822.4885
33 Summer Street
Taunton, MA 02780-3479

Admissions Director:
Kristie Venuto, LPN

Billing Office:
DiocesanBilling@dhfo.org

HR Office:
MRMJobs@dhfo.org

Jobs

Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitative Care

A member of the Diocesan Health Facilities group, Marian Manor is a skilled nursing center located in the historic district of the city of Taunton, in Bristol County, Massachusetts. The Dominican Sisters of the Order of the Presentation originally staffed Marian Manor and continue their special ministry of spiritual support. Overlooking a picturesque green, our facility currently serves 110 adult men and women with comprehensive health services.

From skilled nursing and rehab programs to pain management and palliative care, our team is dedicated to helping the residents at Marian 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. To meet the needs of the community we offer bi-lingual staff members, religious services, and cultural activities.

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• Fully Medicare Certified
• Fully Medicaid Certified
• Most Insurance Plans Accepted

Established: July 7, 1987

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Reviews

I would like to thank the staff at Marian Manor for the care they showed my father. Even though he was there for a short while, everyone was very kind and caring from the moment he arrived. Even though he had only been admitted an hour earlier, the receptionist at the front desk already knew without looking what room he was in when I came to visit. I am very grateful that I was called by the nurse to come in and be with my father at the end of his life.


I am writing this letter to commend Marian Manor for their professionalism and commitment to truly caring about their residents. In addition, I am also grateful for the relationship staff built with our family. We were always welcomed warmly and made to feel we belonged as well. I found that I had to express these thoughts because so often this very difficult work goes unrecognized.



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