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 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.
Recent Blog Posts
November 27, 2023
It’s almost time for #weGiveCatholic 2023, the annual online day of Catholic giving. The 24-hour event happens November 28, which is also Giving Tuesday, a national day of giving for nonprofits. Several ministries of the Sisters of Charity Health System are participating in the annual online day of Catholic giving in Northeast Ohio, including Joseph & Mary's Home, Light of Hearts Villa and Regina Health Center. You can also donate to the health system's South Carolina ministries on Giving Tuesday, including Healthy Learners and the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families.
April 24, 2023
The goal in opening Regina Health Center in 1993 was to ensure that aging women and men religious and priests in Northeast Ohio would receive the highest quality health care services, along with supportive programs that would keep them spiritually, mentally and socially engaged. Thirty years later, that goal is still being met by providing quality, mission-driven care. The new issue of The Heart of Regina Health Center newsletter looks back on the opening of Regina Health Center, provides a recap of last year's Holy-In-One Golf Outing, a story about a 16-year employee and her lifelong connection to Regina Health
April 7, 2023
Joseph & Mary's Home celebrated the Feast of St. Joseph Monday, March 20, with a Mass and reception at Regina Health Center - and the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland was there to cover the event. Sister Judith Ann Karam, CSA congregational leader, and Anthony Searcy, chair of the Joseph & Mary’s Home board of directors, welcomed guests to the Mass, which was celebrated by Father Paul Bernier, SSS.
November 22, 2022
Multiple health system ministries participating in annual #weGiveCatholic online fundraising event November 29
More than 220 Catholic entities, including schools, parishes and Catholic nonprofits are participating in the seventh annual #weGiveCatholic on Nov. 29, which is Giving Tuesday. The 24-hour online day of giving combines fun and fundraising for participating entities. By designating Joseph & Mary's Home, Light of Hearts Villa or Regina Health Center, any gifts you contribute will benefit these Sisters of Charity Health System ministries directly and place them in the running to receive cash prizes and secure matching gifts, increasing the impact of your donation.
August 16, 2022
The new issue of The Heart of Regina Health Center newsletter highlights the annual Holy-In-One Golf Outing, which is August 18, as well as an article about a prayer program that helps residents connect and get “untangled,” a spotlight on a rehab patient, news updates and more.
January 28, 2022
The Heart of Regina Health Center: Donor spotlight focuses on using social media to multiply giving impact
The new issue of The Heart of Regina Health Center newsletter highlights how one longtime donor has used Facebook to multiply her giving impact, as well as a recap of the 2021 Holy-In-One Golf Outing, a planned new outdoor community space, news updates, upcoming events and more.
November 12, 2021
Multiple health system ministries participating in annual #weGiveCatholic online crowdfunding event November 30
Several ministries of the Sisters of Charity Health System are participating in the annual online day of Catholic giving in Northeast Ohio. The event, #weGiveCatholic, happens Tuesday, November 30, which is Giving Tuesday, a national day of giving for nonprofits. You can help by making a gift and/or sharing the news. Donating is a seamless experience you can do from your computer or mobile device any time from midnight until 11:59 p.m. on November 30. Secure, tax-deductible donations will be accepted on the website weGiveCatholic.org.
The boards and leadership of the Sisters of Charity Health System and Regina Health Center, a high-quality elder care facility in Richfield, Ohio, named Deacon Mark Yantek as executive director of Regina Health Center in 2013.
A ministry of the Sisters of Charity Health System, Regina Health Center is a high-quality provider of compassionate and holistic health care services for religious and lay people needing short-term rehabilitation, assisted living, respite care or residential nursing care.
Yantek joined Regina Health Center from his role as administrator of Rae-Ann West Park, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center in Cleveland. He previously served as executive director at Life Care Center in Elyria, Ohio. There, Yantek led a facility-wide remodeling plan and helped the facility receive consistent four-star quality ratings from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, which identifies excellent nursing facilities across the country. He also previously served as administrator at Bradley Bay Health Center in Bay Village, Ohio.
Yantek is a 1986 graduate of Borromeo College Seminary, where he received a Bachelor of Arts. He also took graduate courses at St. Mary’s Seminary. He became a licensed nursing home administrator in 1994.