23 Massachusetts Long Term Care Facilities Receive National Quality Award

Waltham, MA – Twenty-three member facilities of the Massachusetts Senior Care Association have been recognized nationally for providing exemplary care to their residents as recipients of the 2019 Bronze Commitment to Quality Award.

The award, given annually by the American Health Care Association and the National Center for Assisted Living, recognizes those providers that have demonstrated a commitment to improving the quality of care for individuals living in senior living communities.

“We thank our caregivers and their staffs for enriching the lives of their residents,” said Tara Gregorio, President of the Massachusetts Senior Care Association. “We applaud them for their continued commitment to provide quality resident care.”


AHCA/NCAL 2019 Bronze National Quality Award Recipients:

  • Academy Manor, Andover
  • CareOne at Millbury, Millbury
  • Charlene Manor Extended Care Facility, Greenfield
  • Dexter House HealthCare, Malden
  • Fairview Commons Nursing & Rehab Center, Great Barrington
  • Fall River Healthcare, Fall River
  • Hathaway Manor Extended Care Facility, New Bedford
  • Keystone Center, Leominster
  • Knollwood Nursing Center at Briarwood, Worcester
  • Lasell House at Lasell Village, Auburndale
  • Life Care Center of Attleboro, Attleboro
  • Life Care Center of Auburn, Auburn
  • Life Care Center of Nashoba Valley, Littleton
  • Life Care Center of Plymouth, Plymouth
  • Life Care Center of Raynham, Raynham
  • Lighthouse Nursing Care Center, Revere
  • Mary Ann Morse Nursing & Rehab Center, Natick
  • Seven Hills Pediatric Center, Groton
  • Sunrise of Lynnfield, Lynnfield
  • Sunrise Senior Living of Wayland, Wayland
  • The Guardian Center, Brockton
  • The Overlook Health and Rehab Center, Charlton
  • Windsor Skilled Nursing and Rehab Center, South Yarmouth