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Skilled Nursing for Long Term Care

Notre Dame Long Term Care and Rehabilitation Center offers quality care in a warm, home-like environment that is anchored in spirituality and delivered by a team of caring, compassionate, and dedicated staff who embrace a resident-focused philosophy of mind, body, and spirit.


Find answers to frequently asked questions about Notre Dame Long Term Care.

We accept private funds, Mass Health, and we are contracted with commercial insurance plans. Please call to discuss your personal situation.


Please call admissions at (508) 852-3011 x3112 and we would be happy to provide you with an application or contact us through the website.

No, we do not have an online application. You can request an application by sending an email to to or by calling Admissions at (508) 852-3011 x3112.

Yes, our Harmony Village is a certified memory care unit that is secured to prevent wandering.

Yes, we do provide Respite Care based on availability. For information, please call Admissions at (508) 852-3011 x3112.

Yes, you can transfer to Notre Dame from another facility. Please call Admissions to discuss at (508) 852-3011 x3112.

No, you do not need to be Catholic. We accept people from all religious denominations and non-religious people as well.

Mass is celebrated daily at 10am in our Chapel.

Yes. Our Director of Food & Nutrition Services, Arlene Vaillancourt, will work with you and with our staff dietitian to accommodate any dietary preference or restrictions you have.

Learn more about the dining at Notre Dame Long Term Care in For Residents & Families.

Yes, room changes can be made based on bed availability.

Yes, we always strive for consistent assignments based on staff availability.

The Joint Commission seal of National Quality Approval

Notre Dame Health Care awarded Nursing Care Center Accreditation from The Joint Commission

Worcester, MA – Notre Dame Health Care has earned The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval® for Nursing Care Center Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The Gold Seal is a symbol of quality that reflects a health care organization's commitment to providing safe and quality patient care.

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