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OVER TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EXCELLENCE AND COMPASSIONATE CARE

Where Every Stage of Living Is Filled with Love

Notre Dame Health Care brings renewed meaning to the words family and community. Guided by the mission of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, our team is dedicated to making our home yours, with a range of care options that combine the highest standard of quality and excellence with respect, love and compassion.

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Assisted Living

Rehab

Skilled Nursing for Rehabilitation

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Skilled Nursing for Long Term Care

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Adult, Pediatric & Perinatal Palliative Care

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Adult & Pediatric Hospice Care

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Educational Bridge Center

Not sure where to begin? Let us guide you.

Sometimes the best next step is an eldercare community. Choosing the right care option for you or your loved one is an important decision filled with many questions.

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What kind of care options are available at NDHC?

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Do you have availability?

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Does someone have to be Catholic to be at NDHC?

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What is the community life like there?

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Do you have an online application?

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Can you care for someone with Alzheimer’s or other memory loss?

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Do you provide respite care?

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Is Hospice a place?

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What are your COVID protocols?

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What kind of care options are available at NDHC?

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Do you have availability?

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Does someone have to be Catholic to be at NDHC?

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What is the community life like there?

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Do you have an online application?

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Can you care for someone with Alzheimer’s or other memory loss?

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Do you provide respite care?

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Is Hospice a place?

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What are your COVID protocols?

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What kind of care options are available at NDHC?

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Do you have availability?

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Does someone have to be Catholic to be at NDHC?

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What is the community life like there?

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Do you have an online application?

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IconSetHome_Memory

Can you care for someone with Alzheimer’s or other memory loss?

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IconSetHome_Respite

Do you provide respite care?

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Is Hospice a place?

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What are your COVID protocols?

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For Residents & Families

Our residents have many activities and amenities to choose from. Browse the latest activity calendars, dining information, resident photos and more.

From the Blog

Navigating the Guilt of Moving a Loved One to Assisted LivingRight arrow
Ensuring the health, safety, and overall well-being of an older loved one – especially a parent – can have its emotional challenges, especially if that means moving them to an
... Read more

From the Blog

Tips for Talking About Making the Move to Assisted LivingRight arrow
Talking with senior parents about the transition to Assisted Living often presents new communication challenges. Many seniors fear leaving their homes and all they know, which might prevent them from
... Read more

From the Blog

Talking Tips for a Family Conversation About Assisted LivingRight arrow
Frequent falls, injuries, mobility challenges, and difficulty with personal care can indicate it’s no longer safe for an older adult to live alone. The option many families choose is for
... Read more

From the Blog

Navigating the Guilt of Moving a Loved One to Assisted LivingRight arrow
Ensuring the health, safety, and overall well-being of an older loved one – especially a parent – can have its emotional challenges, especially if that means moving them to an
... Read more

From the Blog

Tips for Talking About Making the Move to Assisted LivingRight arrow
Talking with senior parents about the transition to Assisted Living often presents new communication challenges. Many seniors fear leaving their homes and all they know, which might prevent them from
... Read more

From the Blog

Talking Tips for a Family Conversation About Assisted LivingRight arrow
Frequent falls, injuries, mobility challenges, and difficulty with personal care can indicate it’s no longer safe for an older adult to live alone. The option many families choose is for
... Read more

From the Blog

Navigating the Guilt of Moving a Loved One to Assisted LivingRight arrow
Ensuring the health, safety, and overall well-being of an older loved one – especially a parent – can have its emotional challenges, especially if that means moving them to an
... Read more

From the Blog

Tips for Talking About Making the Move to Assisted LivingRight arrow
Talking with senior parents about the transition to Assisted Living often presents new communication challenges. Many seniors fear leaving their homes and all they know, which might prevent them from
... Read more

From the Blog

Talking Tips for a Family Conversation About Assisted LivingRight arrow
Frequent falls, injuries, mobility challenges, and difficulty with personal care can indicate it’s no longer safe for an older adult to live alone. The option many families choose is for
... Read more

EMPOWERING PEOPLE TO FLOURISH THROUGH EDUCATION

Educational Bridge Center

Notre Dame’s Educational Bridge Center was established in 2004 to provide educational opportunities and related services for staff and community members who want to advance their careers and achieve a better life for themselves and their families.

HELP TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

It’s the People Who Make Notre Dame Health Care Unique

The Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur have a favorite saying: “It’s not the what, it’s the how.” The work of our dedicated staff, volunteers and donors brings this to philosophy to life both on campus and in the community every day.

Notre Dame Health Care is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

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When We Say “Make Yourself at Home,” We Really Mean It

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