Whether you’ve come to us for your own rehabilitation and nursing needs or for someone you care about, we want to assure you that you’ve come to the right place.
Martha T. Berry is a beautifully renovated, state-of-the-art skilled nursing facility staffed with smiling, experienced professionals who are dedicated to compassionately serving Macomb County adult residents with skilled rehabilitation therapy, nursing and medical care.
Certified for participation in the Medicare and Medicaid programs, Martha T. Berry is founded on the four values of dedication, respect, patience and quality, which form the cornerstones of our motto “Compassionate Care.” We consistently strive to promote the highest quality of compassionate care to all residents, while providing comfort and well-being throughout the duration of their stay with us.
In fact, Martha T. Berry’s administrative management leads our entire team with a commitment to Advancing Excellence, a campaign that builds on American Health Care Association’s leading initiative Quality First, which promises to improve the quality of care and quality of life for those living or recuperating in America’s nursing homes.
From our nurses and certified nurse aides who provide 24/7 care and on-site physicians who oversee resident treatment to our social workers who offer concern and support as well as discharge assistance, we all work hard to respect the individual’s needs and choices and improve the likelihood of achievable clinical outcomes.
Martha T. Berry Medical Care Facility, owned and operated by Macomb County, has a vibrant relationship with many diverse community groups. As a beautifully renovated state-of-the-art skilled nursing facility, we are dedicated to providing compassionate rehabilitation, nursing and medical care. Each individual’s concerns and needs are served through a tradition of excellence by our caring staff.
To attain a consistently high degree of individual and family satisfaction and continue the proud tradition of compassionately providing excellent skilled nursing care as a:
To be compassionate is to understand the emotional state of another that results in a desire to help with love and concern. Excellence in compassionate care is characterized by acts of kindness focused on the alleviation of pain and suffering.
The four values that we are founded on represent our employees’ attitudes toward the care we provide our residents: