Cerenity-Marian of Saint Paul recognized in U.S. News and World Report’s “Best Nursing Homes” report

St. Paul, Minnesota – Cerenity, Marian of Saint Paul, part of the Benedictine Health System, a leading faith-based provider of senior care and living services in the Midwest, received the top High-Performing recognition for overall quality in the nursing home category and for the category of overall quality of short-stay rehabilitation, as noted in the recently released 2019-2020 U.S. News and World Report “Best Nursing Homes” report.

More than 15,000 nursing homes across the country were evaluated and received one of five Overall Quality ratings – High Performing, Better than Average, Average, Worse than Average, or Poor. Those with sufficient relevant volume also received one of three Short-Stay Rehabilitation Overall Quality ratings – High Performing, Average, or Below Average. The ratings are based on U. S. News and World Report’s own in-depth analysis of data from the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, and include data such as success in preventing ER visits, pneumonia vaccination rates and staffing levels, specifically concerning federal standards for registered nurses.

“Staff at Cerenity, Marian of Saint Paul have acted to improve the quality of the care and services they provide. Their results were achieved though high intention, diligent effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution,” said Jeri Reinhardt, RN, Benedictine vice president of clinical services and performance excellence.

“Congratulations and thank you to the Team at Cerenity, Marian of Saint Paul for their hard work and dedication in providing quality compassionate care to those they serve daily,” said Jerry Carley, Benedictine president/CEO.  “The excitement and commitment to quality care for our residents and guests is striking and I look forward to our continued journey on Benedictine’s path to excellence.”

“I am consistently amazed and humbled by the care and compassion exhibited by the associates of Cerenity Marian,” said Kay Schumacher, administrator. “Our staff goes above and beyond for all and I am grateful for their skill and dedication.  The Marian staff live and breathe the core values that define who we are.  Congratulations and thank you to all”

Marian is located near the banks of the Mississippi River. Our rooms have stunning views of Mounds Park and the river valley. We are completing a 22 million dollar renovation project and have updated all 3 floors of the skilled facility. Additionally, we are adding 30 beds of memory care assisted living which is scheduled to open spring of 2020.  The facility is extraordinary and the environment matches the extraordinary care provided to all.

Our skilled floors are open, spacious and feature almost all private rooms for the comfort of our residents. Each floor has a capacity of 30 residents where their needs are met in a smaller, homelike environment. We provide care and services to those needing long-term or short-stay service.