Holy Trinity provides a broad range of skilled nursing and rehabilitation services while maintaining the highest standard of personal care for residents. This care is delivered by staff members who provide an environment that is warm, compassionate and supportive.
The center presently includes 113 beds of skilled and rehabilitative care and a new subacute unit, with 17 beds, whose specially trained staff of RN's, LPN's, Case Manager (RN), Nurse Manager and CNA's provide transitional care.
Holy Trinity provides a comprehensive, short-term rehabilitation program consisting of Physical, Occupational, and Speech/Language services. Services are provided by licensed physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech/language pathologists up to 7 days a week.
In our long-term care facility we know a resident's happiness and well being are just as important as their health care. That's why we provide quality health care and medical assistance in a comfortable, home-like environment. We recognize each resident as an individual, and are dedicated to meeting each person's specific social, medical and emotional needs. Holy Trinity is committed to providing personalized services, stressing each person's right to dignity and respect. Our entire staff is dedicated to the highest standards of a team-oriented care program while providing compassion and understanding for our residents.
Holy Trinity Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, opened in 1994, has been realized through the joint efforts of the twelve Eastern Orthodox Christian Communities in Central Massachusetts. It is the fruit of over forty years of cooperation and fellowship among these communities, who share a common faith, but represent different ethnicities and cultures. This achievement is unprecedented in the history of the Orthodox faith in America. Holy Trinity is a testament to the commitment of a community that strives to serve others.
Holy Trinity is a non-profit facility serving individuals who require a broad range of social, nursing and rehabilitation services in an atmosphere of quality care and Christian love, without regard to a person's race, color, religion, creed, sex, age, national origin, disability or Veteran's status.
Providing the highest standard of personal care for our residents is a shared responsibility. Each resident deserves to be recognized as an individual, and deserves to be treated with respect and dignity. Therefore, we must do everything to preserve the dignity and independence of our residents by serving them with confidence, warmth, compassion and understanding.
That Holy Trinity Eastern Orthodox Nursing and Rehabilitation Center be an example of Orthodox Christian love by making available its expertise, services and facilities and meeting relevant needs of the community, without regard to persons, race, color, creed, sex, age, national origin, disability or Veteran's status.
That each resident be treated first and foremost as a human being created in the image and likeness of God to be recognized and respected accordingly, without regard to a person's race, color, religion, creed, sex, age, national origin, disability, or Veteran's status.
That Holy Trinity Eastern Orthodox Nursing and Rehabilitation Center improve the health and well-being of residents through restorative and rehabilitation services developed by the interdisciplinary team, in conjunction with the residents and their family.
That Holy Trinity Eastern Orthodox Nursing and Rehabilitation Center provide its residents with the comforts and security of home.
Residents be afforded the opportunity and be encouraged to achieve the maximum amount of independence and self sufficiency.
That Holy Trinity Eastern Orthodox Nursing and Rehabilitation Center be a leader in the fields of nursing and long term care, seeking and apply new knowledge to improve the quality of professional services.
That Holy Trinity Eastern Orthodox Nursing and Rehabilitation Center offer its staff satisfying work, reasonable compensation and an opportunity to grow professionally and personally.
THE HOLY TRINITY ICON
This icon is a detail of a lager icon that is called the "Hospitality of Abraham". It depicts the three angels who visited Abraham at the Oak of Mamre [Genesis 18], but is often interpreted as an icon of The Holy Trinity.
In addition, it is sometimes call the icon of the Old Testament Trinity.
It was one of these three angels who informed Abraham that Sarah would have a son within a year. This icon is the traditional patronal icon for any institution that bears the name of the Most Holy Trinity.
In Abraham's day and in many middle-eastern and Mediterranean cultures today, hospitality is a deeply engrained practice. In today's Gospel, we see many examples of hospitality.
Hospitality is an important part of Christian life and Christian community. Holy Trinity Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and Holy Trinity Hospice extend the spirit of hospitality to those who need rehabilitation, skilled nursing care, long term care and palliative care, and to their family members, visitors and our volunteers.
Council of Eastern Orthodox Churches of Central Massachusetts
Eastern Orthodox Management Corporation (EOMC)
Governed by a Board of Directors comprised of 9 members elected from the 12 parishes of the CEOC, 3 members of the clergy and 3 representatives of the CEOC.