Long‐Term Care

Photo of Long Term Care Facility in Timonium, Maryland and serving Baltimore County.Stella Maris has been the Baltimore area’s recognized long-term care facility leader since 1953. At our long-term care facility, we use a person-centered model of care which encourages residents to reach and maintain their highest level of function and quality of life. There are nine distinct nursing units, designed, staffed and programmed to best serve the residents. The staff service the residents’ needs which are related to short-term rehabilitation, dementia care or chronic medical conditions.

At Stella Maris, all long term care staff are committed to assisting the residents as they age in place. We emphasize quality of life and use an interdisciplinary care team. Private and semi-private rooms that residents are encouraged to personalize are available. Our services for long term care include therapeutic daily activities, special programming for residents with dementia, spiritual support provided by the pastoral care team, and comfort-focused end-of-life care supported by the Stella Maris hospice team.

The admission process begins with a phone call to the Admissions office where a Long Term Care referral coordinator can provide information, answer questions and provide a tour. Nurse case managers are available to provide on-site assessments in the home, hospital or another skilled nursing facility to determine the best and most appropriate nursing unit. An application is required for all admissions to long term care. Stella Maris accepts Medicare, Medicaid and most insurance plans in terms of their long term care coverage. Patients and their families come to us from Baltimore County as well as Harford County and Carroll County.

For more information, contact the Admissions Office at 410-252-4500, ext. 7549 or email admissions@stellamaris.org. The fax number is 410-560-9676.

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Baltimore, Maryland


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