Our Campus

Campus of Stella Marris - Nursing Home & Skilled Nursing Facility in Baltimore MDOverlooking the beautiful Loch Raven reservoir, Stella Maris offers a tranquil setting filled with benches, walking paths and gardens that are inviting to all. Our services allow patients and residents to move with ease from one service to another should the need arise.

Stella Maris was originally built to house 216 residents. Through the past several decades, there have been many additions and renovations. Presently, the main building is a 412-bed nursing home, providing long-term nursing care, hospice care, rehabilitation services, and a senior day center. Stella Maris also provides skilled personal home care and home hospice care to the elderly in the Baltimore metro-area.

The Carriage House houses the Counseling Center and the Home Care offices. This building is located next to Stella Maris across from the visitor’s parking lot.

St. Elizabeth Hall is a 200-unit independent living apartment complex for seniors. Funded by a grant from the Federal Government, 50% of the apartments are Section 8 eligible. This was the first senior apartment complex in the country attached to a nursing home. The residents of St. Elizabeth Hall have access to the services within Stella Maris, e.g., senior day center, medical services, and rehabilitation services.

Across from Stella Maris is Mercy Ridge, a not-for-profit continuing care retirement community on a 32-acre campus. This 408-bed complex offers one- and two-bedroom units and includes 48 assisted living units at St. Stephen’s Green. Mercy Ridge was opened in July 2001 and is a joint venture of Mercy Health Services and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore.  Stella Maris is a best-in-class nursing home and skilled nursing facility, located in Timonium, Maryland, and convenient to all of Baltimore County as well as Harford County and Carroll County.

Testimonials

I thank the staff for the excellent care I received during my two week stay at Stella Maris. I left confident that I could resume a normal lifestyle at some point.
Phil
Maryland

Events/CEUs


  • Effective Communication
    March 26, 2020
    5:00 pm - 8:15 pm

Speaker: Diane Martin, Ph.D. Director, Geriatrics and Gerontology Education and Research Program Senior Lecturer, UM Graduate School University of Maryland, Baltimore Effective communication is an important component of person-centered care and necessary to promote quality of later life. During this scenario-based educational conference, attendees will learn to recognize factors that negatively impact medical and non-medical (more…)

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