In 1966 the Diocese of Camden purchased the Glendale Manor on Clematis Ave. The Hospitalier Sisters of Mercy were assigned to lead and administer the new “Our Lady’s Residence”. When the Diocese of Camden took possession of the facility there were 52 residents. Within one year they had grown to 104 residents. In 1978 the facility increased its Long-Term Bed size from 104 to 214. In 2002 these beds were divided and a 26 bed Sub Acute Unit was formed to provide care for those in transition from the hospital to home. We also changed our name to Our Lady’s Multi-Care Center to better represent the various levels and types of care we provide. In 2010, the Sub-Acute unit was expanded by an additional 25 beds. Presently, Our Lady’s Multi-Care Center has 51 Sub-Acute Beds and 163 Long-Term beds.
The Diocese of Camden has finalized its sale of their senior care and residential health care facilities to Center Management's Catholic Health Group. Committed to maintaining the high quality of care and Catholic traditions and practices currently in place, this transition will be seamless and enable the facilities to continue to flourish moving forward.
Last Updated on Thursday, 22 October 2015 19:06