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More than a Nursing Home in Lake Oswego

Marie Rose Residential Care

Residential care at Villa Maria within our Marie Rose Health Center in Lake Oswego provides round-the-clock licensed nursing care and individualized, restorative care. We offer medical services dedicated to you or your loved one’s health and well-being. Our services nurture all dimensions of wellness – physical, emotional, social and spiritual.

Residents receive top-tier medical support in a beautiful, resort-like setting, with a staff-to-patient ratio that allows us to take care of every detail swiftly and effectively. Unlike most senior living communities in the Portland, Oregon area, Villa Maria at Marie Rose offers this combination of compassion, comfort and quality, aligned with the highest standards of professional care. In addition to the RNs and LPNs on staff, certified nursing assistants are on hand to assist residents.

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FEATURES INCLUDE:

  • 24-hour nursing staff
  • Spiritual care
  • Daily activities
  • Dietary and nutrition support
  • Three meals and snacks provided throughout the day
  • Ten complimentary Bistro/Mt. Hood meals each month
  • Laundry services and housekeeping
  • Private rooms
  • Local telephone service
  • Basic cable and flat-screen TV in each room
  • Medical appointments transportation
  • Rehabilitation
  • Quarterly conferences
  • Individualized service plans to ensure resident wishes are honored
  • Pet therapy and art therapy
  • Off-campus bus trips
  • Musical events
  • Movie matinees
  • Brain games and puzzles
"I have nature and art and poetry, and if that is not enough, what is enough?" — Vincent Van Gogh —

Frequently Asked Questions

Residential care is a high level of care that must be provided by trained medical staff, such as registered nurses and physical, speech or occupational therapists. It may be necessary over a short term for rehabilitation from illness, injury or surgery, or over the long term for patients who need frequent or round-the-clock care due to a chronic condition. Wound care, IV (intravenous) therapy, regular injections and monitoring of vital signs and medical equipment are all examples of residential care services.

Consider residential care if you or a loved one is affected by an acute illness that doesn’t require hospitalization, but home care and outpatient care are inadequate. These conditions often call for short- or long-term skilled nursing care:

  • Cardiac failure
  • COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Diabetes
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Severe osteoarthritis
  • Stoke
  • Other major illness