If you'd like to review highlights of team achievements, Maristhill awards and other news, please select from the links below:
New Director of Human Resources
Maristhill Names Talia Piver Director of Social Services
Our Community's Author Returns!
Welcome Joe Deveau New CEO/Administrator
Maristhill Names New Director of Nursing
Maristhill Receives 2016 Small Business Excellence Award!
Maristhill Marketplace Returns!
Bentley University's Taste of Italy Fundraiser!
Encore! A True-life Rehabilitation Story
Going to the Dogs at Maristhill!
Tony Funches of "The Platters" Performs at Maristhill...
Another Deficiency-Free State Survey!
Maristhill's New Author
Reknowned Camerata Vocal Group Performs at Maristhill
The latest news...
Would you like to stay up-to-date on events at Maristhill? You can access our monthly activity calendars right here!
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It seems as if there is always something happening at Maristhill, such as our annual Maristhill Marketplace or our new Cooking Matters Program.
To review a list of our popular activities and events, please visit our News & Events page.
"Yolanda's Glitz Gala" Fundraiser
Makes Dontation to Maristhill
A number of local and national celebrities attended an eightieth birthday celebration for local icon Yolanda Cellucci, during which a fundraiser for Maristhill and three other local organizations — Waltham Boys & Girls Club, the Reagle Music Theatre, and the Waltham Rotary Club — took place.
During the event, Maristhill Administrator Carolyn Fenn announced that Maristhill's new wing will be named after Yolanda's mother.
As healthcare leaders in our community, Maristhill Nursing and Rehabilitation Center provides health care services to older adults and patients in need of rehabilitation. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, handicap or familial status.
We are accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), an independent, not-for-profit organization that accredits and certifies more than 20,500 health care organizations and programs in the United States.
Joint Commission accreditation and certification is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organizationís commitment to meeting certain performance standards.