Nemasket Healthcare Center is a special place where virtually every healthcare need and desire is met.
This includes quality; comprehensive medical, nursing and rehabilitation care; beautiful facilities; air conditioning and a friendly staff of experts who exhibit the utmost respect and dignity. The atmosphere at Nemasket is warm and family like. Nemasket is a place that is easy to call “home.”
The professionals at Nemasket are dedicated to providing high quality long-term nursing and subacute care. It is our goal to open the doorways to a functional and fulfilling lifestyle for each and every one of our residents.
The facility is situated on lovely grounds in peaceful Middleborough, Massachusetts in a setting that has been described by residents as “pleasant and comfortable.” Nemasket offers elegant dining, social rooms and finely decorated living accommodations. In addition, the nursing and therapeutic services are second to none. Programs are comprehensive, offering residents the most modern, innovative therapies available.
Our professionals work 24-hours a day to provide the highest quality care. The staff represents a wide range of specialties, including physicians, nurses, therapists, social workers, and nutritionists. Together they create a restorative program suited to individual needs and then work to maximize the potential of their patients each day of their stay.
Residents may choose to have their personal physician provide their care. However, if that is not possible, for whatever reason, our facility staff will assist in selecting a physician that meets the approval of the resident and their families.
A resident’s physician, in conjunction with our interdisciplinary team of healthcare professionals, will develop an individual program of restorative care for each resident. It is our goal to provide all of our residents with an active and fulfilling lifestyle.
We have built our reputation on our quality nursing, medical and therapeutic team. The care and services they provide not only meet but surpass state and federal guidelines.
• Persons with a significant change in functional status resulting from a medical problem or problems.
• Persons who are medically stable and able to participate in rehabilitation activity.
We accept admission from all healthcare facilities
• Emergency Rooms
• Physicians Office
• Acute Care Hospitals
• Wound Management
• Respiratory Therapy
• Physical Therapy
• Occupational Therapy
• Speech Language Therapy
• Medication Monitoring
• Patient Teaching
• Discharge Planning
• Nutrition Counseling
• Podiatry Services
• Dental Services
• Optometry Services
All rehabilitation programs are individually tailored to ensure success. We strive for healthy outcomes. That means using every possible form of effective therapy to accelerate and maximize every resident’s rehabilitation potential.
Rehabilitation programs range from intensive one-on-one therapy sessions to group sessions. This includes a variety of support groups which allow residents the opportunity to learn more about their condition, share experiences with others, discuss concerns and build lasting friendships.
Intravenous and Central Line Program
Arts and crafts, physical fitness programs and discussion groups are all coordinated through the activities department. There are also tea socials, ice cream parties and cookouts. Outings away from the facility are also scheduled.
In addition to our activities room, there is also a music room, an activities room, a library and an entertainment room.
How to Make a Referral
Referrals can be made by contacting Nemasket Healthcare Center directly. Please refer to the list below for insurances accepted. If you want to confirm insurance information on Nemasket Healthcare Center, please call the facility directly at (508) 947-8632.
Medicare and Insurances Accepted
We accept most Medicare, Medicaid, workers compensation and insurance plans, including a wide range of major HMO’s and PPO’s, including, but not limited to:
• Workers Compensation
• AETNA/US Healthcare
• Anthem BC
• Blue Cross/Blue Shield of MA
• Healthsource MA/NH
• Fallon Community Health Plan
• Focus Healthcare
• Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
• Holland Compcare
• Tufts Associated Health Plan
• Unicare (GIC Indemnity)
• United Payors/United Providers
Religious Services & Support Groups
Support meetings are available for family members of residents. These group discussions and activities allow families to share thoughts and feelings and learn from others who have loved ones in similar situations.
Patient support groups are also held regularly. Here residents can learn more about their disability, discuss concerns, share experiences and more.
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News + Updates
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UPDATED 6.09.2020 FOR NOTIFICATIONS OF COVID-19 CONDITIONS INSIDE A SPECIFIC WHITTIER FACILITY, PLEASE SELECT THAT FACILITY'S PAGE FROM THE NAVIGATIONAL MENU IN THE BLUE BAR AT THE TOP OF OUR WEBSITE AND AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE. Visitors allowed! DPH has...
Nemasket Healthcare Center
314 Marion Rd,
Middleborough, MA 02346
102-Bed Skilled Nursing Center
Joint Commission Accredited, Medicare Certified
Directions to Nemasket Healthcare Center
From Route I-495 North: Take Exit 3, Route 28 (Rock Village/S. Middleborough), and bear right off ramp, Wareham Street Route 28, take your first right onto Smith Street, take left at the end onto Miller Street. Miller Street will bear left, keep on your right, Perry Street, this merges onto Marion Road. Nemasket is up on your left.
From Route I-495 South: Take Exit 3, Route 28 and bear left off ramp, Wareham Street Rt 28, Take your first right onto Smith Street, take left at the end onto Miller Street. Miller Street will bear left, keep on your right, Perry Street, this merges onto Marion Road. Nemasket is up on your left.
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NOTIFICATIONS OF COVID-19 CONDITIONS INSIDE NEMASKET HEALTHCARE CENTER
Since May 8, 2020, Nemasket Healthcare Center has had 21 confirmed cases of COVID-19. In addition, Nemasket has had 1 clusters of three or more residents/staff with new onset of respiratory symptoms within 72 hours of each other.
Here is a more detailed update regarding the prevalence of COVID-19 in Nemasket. On August 10, 2020:
- 0 residents or staff have confirmed COVID-19. When a resident tests positive, we notify residents and their representative(s) of their condition and implement protocols for their care and treatment. We also follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), including return to work guidance, for staff who test positive.
- 54 residents and staff have recovered from COVID-19.
- 157 residents and staff have tested negative for COVID-19.
- It has been 83 days since a new resident or staff member has tested positive.
Mitigating actions that Nemasket Healthcare Center is taking to prevent/reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 include the following: altering or suspending normal operations of the facility pursuant to CMS/CDC/DPH guidelines, including limitation of visitors and social distancing and separation of residents; screening employees every shift; requiring employees to use PPE as indicated, including N95 and regular face masks, gowns, face shields, gloves, and droplet precautions equipment; increasing cleaning and sanitizing, including sanitizing with Clean Republic Hypochlorous Acid Disinfectant; providing new admissions with cloth masks and providing education to them on the use of the masks, hand hygiene and cough etiquette; distancing of residents; limiting residents’ movements outside their rooms; and separating COVID-19 positive residents from other residents.Whittier Health Network performed COVID-19 testing for residents and employees at the Facility in May of 2020.There is a nationwide shortage of PPE, however there is currently adequate PPE in this facility.