Recognized for Excellence
For the past several decades, an organization in our own backyard has been striving to help area seniors live easier and healthier lives.
SALMON earning praise and awards
SALMON Health and Retirement is proud to be the most established senior living organization in the area, with 65 years of expert experience and third generation leadership continuing to move the organization forward.
SALMON offers a variety of essential services including The Willows Independent Living, Whitney Place Assisted Living, Beaumont Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing, SALMON Adult Day Health and SALMON VNA and Hospice. With expertise in each of these areas, SALMON is able to uniquely provide a continuum of care to accommodate its clients’ ever-changing needs. This means, no matter what stage of life or health a person is in, SALMON caretakers can easily transition him or her to the best service and location for his or her needs, without wait or worry.
These services within the continuum have proven themselves time and time again through multiple partnerships, awards and ratings from esteemed organizations and members of the local community. The SALMON organization has the highest multisite average rating in the state for nursing homes as rated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and has received deficiency free surveys from the department of Public Health and Commitment to Quality Awards from the American Health Care Association (AHCA) and National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL). Several SALMON communities have also received praise from the community, winning several reader polls through local newspapers and other media outlets.
The SALMON organization prides itself in the excellent service it provides the valued elders of the local community. With all its recent success, SALMON is excited to be on a path upward, providing innovative care and high-quality service throughout Massachusetts.
Family owned and operated SALMON Health and Retirement has been serving Central Massachusetts since 1952. To learn more about SALMON’s continuum of care