The hallmark of St. Joseph’s is safe,
high-quality long-term care in an atmosphere
of respect, love and clinical excellence.
St. Joseph’s Skilled Nursing Center
The hallmark of St. Joseph’s is safe, high quality long-term care in an atmosphere of respect, love and clinical excellence. St. Joseph’s is a Medicare and Medicaid approved skilled nursing facility with 120 beds. Along with 24 hour clinical services, residents are provided tasty meal selections, a stimulating and varied array of activities, and outstanding teams of doctors, nurses, nursing assistants, social workers and other support professionals. These dedicated teams strive to know each resident and their families well, offering a stable and comforting lifelong relationship.
St. Joseph’s embraces the empowered helping philosophy of THE GREEN HOUSE® model developed by Dr. Bill Thomas, focusing on three core values: a meaningful life, empowered staff, and a real home. Emphasis is given to community, compassion and comfort for every individual, in an environment that provides outstanding physical and emotional support, and spiritual care.
Residents are encouraged to bring personal mementos to decorate their rooms. St. Joseph’s has both single and double rooms, and great care is used in matching compatible roommates.
As throughout Morris Hall, residents of St. Joseph’s have access to safe transportation, medication and nutrition management, healthcare and spiritual care (a daily Mass is offered) as well as the on-site hair dresser. When prescribed, physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy are provided at St. Joseph’s through an arrangement with St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center.
We recognize our ethical responsibility to you, our patients and clients, and the community we serve. Our Code of Conduct guides all staff members, volunteers, contracted staff, and those acting as representatives or agents of St. Lawrence. Underlying these principles is our commitment to excellence in providing quality patient care.
Specifically addressed in our Code are our responsibility to patients and employees, professional relationships, moral and legal standards, community responsibility, professional conduct, and the implementation and promotion of ethical behavior in business, marketing, and clinical practices.
Morris Hall operates its services and programs without regard to race, color, national origin, in accordance with the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended. Any person who believes that she or he has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint in writing to Morris Hall. To file a complaint or for more information on Morris Hall’s obligation under Title VI contact The Director of Recreation or the Administrator of Morris Hall. Transportation services provided by this agency are part funded through the federal funds received through NJ Transit and as an individual you also have the right to file your complaint under Title VI by writing to Morris Hall Morris Hall/ St. Lawrence, 1 Bishop’s Drive, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648 or filing a complaint directly with the Federal Transit Administration at: The office of Civil Right, Attention: Title VI Program Coordinator, East Building, 5th floor-TCR, 1200 New Jersey Ave., SE, Washington DC 20590. A complaint must be filed within 180 days of the alleged discrimination. If information is needed in another language please contact Toni Faraone at 609-896-0006 (2615).
Si se necesita información en otro idioma, por favor póngase en contacto con Toni Faraone al 609-896-0006 (2615).