— We Care —

Countryside Health Care of Milford is a non-profit, municipal, skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility. Although Countryside has evolved several times, each time changing its name to better reflect its present mission, it has reliably provided care to the greater Milford elders since 1825.

Countryside Health Care of Milford offers a continuum of care that can address all of your long-term care and short-term rehabilitation needs.

Our Motto, “We Care” is the foundation of the Countryside Health Care of Milford Mission. Our goal of making our residents’ lives as rewarding and productive as possible flows from this motto. “We Care” for each individual as though they are our own family member.

Our Administrator, Heather LaBrie, will be pleased to answer any questions you may have. Heather welcomes you to contact us with any questions you may have about the care we provide to you or your loved one(s).

COVID-19 Vaccination Information


We will be collaborating with CVS Pharmacy to administer the most up to date COVID-19 vaccine to the residents and staff.

We will host a vaccine clinic for residents and staff on Thursday December 7th.  For activated health care proxy’s or power of attorneys, please stop by the front office or the nurses station to complete the CVS consent to receive the vaccine by November 24, 2023.

For more information about the latest COVID-19 vaccine please review the CDC COVID-19 vaccination guideline/recommendations.


CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Guidelines 




If you are interested in volunteering at Countryside Healthcare, we welcome you to fill out our Volunteer Application Form (see below).


Kindly print out and/or fill out the application and mail, email, or bring it to us at —


ATTN: Activities Department
Countryside Healthcare
1 Countryside Drive
Milford, MA 01757


For more information, call Activities at 508-473-0435 Ext. 8823.



Please see the Rules and Regulations for Family Visits.


Rules and Regulations 


Just a reminder, when visiting, the door to the resident’s room or the designated visitation space must remain open.  This is so staff can ensure that visitors are complying with the core principles of infection control per the DPH.  Face masks must be worn throughout the visit.  Please remember that we have the best interest of all our residents at heart.  We want to keep everyone safe and be able to continue visitation.  One case of COVID will close us to visits again.  If a visitor is not following the guidelines in place, the visit will be terminated and he/she will be asked to leave.