Services at Maryville

Maryville offers a variety of services to foster the spiritual, physical, psychological, and social well-being of each resident.

Medical services include:

  • A medical director who serves as primary care physician for many of our long-term residents.
  • Doctor visits three times each week to support patients receiving skilled nursing and rehabilitation care.
  • On-staff physical, occupational, and speech therapists
  • Contracted local pharmacy 
  • Fully equipped dental office
  • Access to an optometrist and podiatrist
  • The Henry Kuckenberg Special Care Unit, which offers a peaceful, calm environment for Alzheimer patients.

At Maryville, your family is our family. That is why we provide a wide-range of special services to ensure every resident’s needs are met and that they feel right at home.

Special services include:

Barber and Beauty Shop
A full range of services are available at reasonable rates.

The chapel is open to all denominations of faith for a quiet place of reflection for our residents, families, staff and guests. Catholic Mass and Eucharist are offered in the chapel at 9:45 a.m. from Monday through Saturday and on Sundays at 10 a.m. Rosary is led in the chapel daily at 9:30 a.m. Communion is brought to the rooms after Mass, Sunday through Friday. We also offer private visits by our pastoral care staff. The chapel is available on request for funeral or memorial services.

All meals (including two choices at lunch and dinner) are provided, and snacks are available around the clock. Specialized diets are available. Guest meals for lunch and dinner may be purchased at the receptionist desk for $5 each.

Maryville provided laundry services at no additional cost. Special provisions can be made for items requiring dry cleaning and special care.

All resident rooms are cleaned daily.

A lockbox is provided in each resident’s room.

Subscriptions to newspapers are available and will be billed to the resident.

Pastoral Care Services
Pastoral services are an important part of the overall care provided at Maryville. Mass is offered daily in St. Joseph’s Chapel. Holy Communion is distributed daily to those unable to attend Mass. The Sacrament of the Sick is administered quarterly or upon request. Residents enjoy the peace and serenity of afternoon chapel visits and can also participate each morning in reciting the Holy Rosary.

Personal Need Items
Personal need items are provided at reasonable rates.

Social Services
Maryville has three full-time social workers available to facilitate communication between residents, staff, and family as needed. They assist with problem solving, discharge planning, care conferences, and access to community resources.

Private phone service is available. Families can make arrangements by contacting social services.

Maryville is able to provide a wide range of services from volunteers who meet the diverse needs and wishes of our residents.