Regina Health Center
Regina Health Center provides quality health care to a blend of lay people, clergy and other members of the religious community who wish to live in a faith-based, community environment. The faith-based environment found at Regina Health Center stems from the facility’s roots as the Motherhouse for the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine.
Located in Richfield, Ohio, Regina Health Center is a licensed facility that includes 101 nursing beds, 54 assisted living care units, and a special care unit for dementia.
Regina Health Center, which provides a variety of services to help residents feel at home, caters to the special care needs of each individual. Its services include: 24-hour care in private and semi-private rooms; physical, occupational and speech therapy; rehabilitation therapy; dental, vision and podiatry services; licensed social worker; dietitian; pastoral ministers; daily Mass, common prayer and regular pastoral care; activities; laundry and housekeeping; hair care services and more.
Regina Health Center prides itself on its caring staff, who work tirelessly to provide quality assisted living and nursing home care to people in need. Dedication to excellence has earned Regina Health Center numerous quality awards from the State of Ohio for elderly care.
Learn more about Regina Health Center at www.reginahealthcenter.org.
Regina Health Center is a Medicare/ Medicaid certified nursing facility with a special dementia care unit and 54 assisted living units. Located in Richfield, Ohio, Regina Health Center services the Brecksville, Broadview Heights, and greater Cleveland and Akron areas for nursing home needs. Regina Health Center provides compassionate and holistic health care services for people seeking a faith-based environment. This includes lay people as well as members of the religious communities, clergy and other persons needing supportive services or residential nursing care.
Regina Health Center
Mark Yantek became the executive director of Regina Health Center in 2013. Read More »