What We Offer

Scope of Service

Countryside Health Care of Milford is committed to providing health care services that meet the needs of the community. Countryside Health Care of Milford provides three levels of service to the community —

Skilled Nursing

The Skilled Nursing level of care as defined by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services is for patients/residents that have had an acute episode that requires medical management from nursing and/or rehabilitation services. These individuals may have the potential of returning to the community or to a more independent living environment.

Long Term Care

The Long Term Care level of care as defined by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Division of Health Care Quality, is for residents who cannot safely return home and are dependent upon others for care and quality of life.

Memory Care Unit

The mission of the Countryside Health Care Memory Care Unit is to provide a purposeful, compassionate, dignified and safe environment for our residents, as well as peace of mind for their families.

Countryside Health Care of Milford has a long-standing reputation in the community for exceptional care of the elderly population of the greater Milford area. Our new 28-bed addition will continue this tradition, providing excellent nursing care with a therapeutic, person-centered focus for our memory care residents. Each individual will benefit from a specially trained staff who will encourage and support them, focusing on their strengths to help maintain their independence and quality of life.

Our Main Objectives Are —

  • To maintain and maximize functional levels of all residents.
  • To provide safe and dignified care for residents in a supportive and comfortable environment.
  • To maximize socialization and to enhance and promote positive emotions for our residents.
  • To allow freedom and autonomy for our residents.
  • To give families support and confidence that their loved one is well cared for.

Admission Criteria —

  • Any person seeking admission to the Memory Care Unit must carry a diagosis of Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia documented by a physician.
  • A pre-admission screening will be done by the Clinical Nurse Liaison to evaluate the benefit of a memory care program for each applicant. The Memory Care Management Team will give consideration to the physical, psychosocial, and emotional aspects of each individual and the positive potential of the program for each applicant.
  • The family or previous caregiver will be made aware of the Habilitation Modality used by Countrysdie Health Care in order to be made aware of the philosophy of the Memory Care Unit and the potential benefit to the applicant.
  • Resident selection for the Memory Care Unit will be based on the Team’s commitment to the Habilitation Modality. Our belief is that this Unit must be therapeutic for each resident’s needs individually, as well as for the needs of the Memory Care Unit as a whole.

For more information, please call 508-473-0435 and ask for —

Judith LeClaire, LSW, MCU Social Worker


Diane Finnegan, RN, BSN, Director of Admissions / Case Management


Sincere and heartfelt thanks

Regina and I would like to extend to you and your Geriatric staff our sincere and heartfelt thanks for the wonderful care Regina received Read more “Sincere and heartfelt thanks”

Charles and Regina Espanet

The words “thank you” are not enough

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