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St. Elizabeth Information

2024 Newsweek - Top Rehabilitation and Nursing Facility in the Greater Baltimore region. 4th year in a row.

Creating Community Through Patient-Centered Life

Since 1927, St. Elizabeth has enhanced the health and lives of our community members. With such a rich tradition of excellence and a reputation for delivering personalized care. We are grateful that families choose St. Elizabeth for their rehabilitation and nursing needs generation after generation.

Our Culture

St. Elizabeth is a unique community specializing in a comprehensive array of personalized rehabilitation and nursing services. Through compassionate individualized care, our goal is to put autonomy back into the hands of those we serve, enabling each individual to achieve his or her highest potential. Individuals are intimately involved in creating tailored programs and are supported through the talents of our specially trained staff. Our inter-disciplinary team focuses on the medical needs of those in our care, the staff at St. Elizabeth are passionate about providing holistic care by attending to spiritual and emotional needs, as well.


St. Elizabeth is composed of five unique neighborhoods. Each neighborhood features a beautiful & accessible open-air space, a family-oriented living room, a cozy hearth, and a spacious dining room.  Every neighborhood is overseen by a dedicated Neighborhood Guide who acts as a liaison and advocate for each person entrusted to our care. 

The Grounds

Situated on over 26 acres of beautifully maintained land with a spectacular view of the Baltimore skyline, St. Elizabeth provides beauty and serenity out each window. Those in our care and their families can enjoy peaceful moments spent in one of our many courtyards as well as large gatherings in our lovely outdoor pavilion. Ideally located near I-95 and Ascension St. Agnes hospital, St. Elizabeth has all the conveniences of a major city with the feel of a quiet countryside.

Our Services

St. Elizabeth proudly offers the following services:

  • Short-term rehabilitation
  • Physical, occupational and speech therapies
  • Palliative care
  • IV Infusion therapy
  • Cardiac rehabilitation
  • Skilled nursing care
  • Wound care
  • Ongoing patient-centered education
  • Memory care
  • Dialysis treatment options
  • Hospice support

When an individual has reached their goals and is ready to return home, our skilled inter-disciplinary team will take care of all the details to ensure a seamless transition back home.

Clinical Care
Care at St. Elizabeth is managed by several board-certified, fellowship-trained Geriatricians and Geriatric Nurse Practitioners. The providers are easily accessible to anyone in our care and their families. This team of professionals is re-engineering the way that healthcare is provided on-site to those in our care, resulting in fewer readmissions to the hospital.

Complementing our providers is the clinical support team including nurses, geriatric nursing assistants, dietitians, and rehabilitation therapists are also available to provide expertise and clinical oversight. 

Specialties include:

  • Internal and family medicine
  • Nephrology
  • Endocrinology
  • Pulmonology
  • Cardiology
  • Bariatrics

Short-Term Rehabilitation
It is very common for physicians to recommend additional rehabilitation following a hospital stay to ensure that individuals have the strength and independence needed to return home safely. The staff at St. Elizabeth views reconditioning and strengthening as vital components of achieving the highest quality of life. Rehabilitative therapy is centered around the individual needs and goals of each person. Strength and endurance training take place in our newly renovated gym. When the weather is nice, some of your rehabilitation may occur in our specially designed rehabilitation courtyard allowing individuals to practice mobility on different gradients and textures. 

Pastoral Care
Pastoral care is considered a vital part of St. Elizabeth. We offer daily Catholic Mass, continuing the tradition of the founding Daughters of Charity, as well as weekly interdenominational services. A full-time Chaplain along with the Pastoral Care Team provide daily encouragement and support. Supporting the spiritual and emotional needs of those in our care and their families is paramount to the mission of Catholic Charities. 

Health Care
The in-house rehabilitation team help to tailor a restorative care program in conjunction with our clinical team on a day-to-day basis. We focus our care on helping those in our care maintain the highest level of health possible. Staff is available 24/7 to support with daily needs including medication management, bathing, dressing, dietary needs and more.

Long-Term Care
St. Elizabeth believes that the best approach to long-term nursing care is one that views each elder individually. Through holistic, compassionate care, St. Elizabeth strives to eliminate the greatest concerns of our elderly population: loneliness, helplessness, and boredom.

Memory Care
Noah’s Place is a 30-bed memory care unit committed to meeting the special needs of those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia-related disorders. Our memory care programs provide a holistic approach to serving those in our care, embracing the philosophy of person-centered care that organizes daily activity around each person’s schedule. We provide enhanced programming and specialized staffing for elders that are designed to maximize their dignity and independence. 

Noah’s Place offers:

  • A secure environment for elders
  • Medication and behavioral management in collaboration with psychiatrist, psychologist and psychiatric nurse practitioner
  • The comprehensive therapeutic recreation program strives to provide physical, emotional, and spiritual activities daily for elders with cognitive impairment
  • Comfortable common area for elders and their families
  • A secure outdoor courtyard with a therapeutic garden that offers elders the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors

Hospice Services
We partner with hospices focusing on compassionate care encompassing the whole person. Hospice, while addressing medical needs, is also addressing the spiritual, psycho-social and emotional needs of each individual and their family as they age in place. Hospice provides comfort and dignity so each person can live their life to the fullest, respecting and encouraging their independence at all times. It creates an environment that allows for life review and for validation of that life lived. 

Respite Care
In collaboration with our community hospice partners, we also offer respite care for those residing independently at home. 

For more information or a personalized tour of our campus, please call 667-600-2624 or email, [email protected]

Frequently Asked Questions

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    Our admissions team will address all of your initial questions and will guide you through a simple screening process to help us determine how we can best serve your loved one.

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    St. Elizabeth is happy to accept qualifying Medicare, Maryland Medical Assistance, United Healthcare, Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Johns Hopkins plans, and Alterwood Advantage as primary insurances. We also accept several third-party insurances to help offset the cost of applicable co-insurances or co-payments. Our friendly business office will also work with families who prefer to pay privately for their care.

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    Costs vary depending on the room style and individual care needs of those in our care.

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    Because St. Elizabeth is truly a home, we encourage all individuals to bring items that will enhance their comfort. Your loved one should bring seasonally comfortable clothing and pajamas, shoes, and slippers. Although it is not required, many individuals take comfort in bringing pictures, quilts, pillows and other small personal items from home as well.

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    For additional information or to schedule a visit, please call our admissions director at 667-600-2624.