Mary Immaculate Care Centre

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Resources

Resident & Family Handbook (PDF)
Mary Immaculate Care Centre Legacy Story (PDF)
Mary Immaculate Care Centre Fact Sheet 2018/19

Facility Overview 

Contact Information
Mary Immaculate Care Centre
165018 Township Rd 534
Mundare, AB  T0B 3H0 

Phone: 780.764.3730 

Mailing Address
Mary Immaculate Care Centre
PO Box 349
Mundare AB   T0B 3H0
 

Click here to view a map and get driving directions 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mary Immaculate Care Centre is rooted in Ukrainian Catholic History and a tradition of hospitality and community service. The facility provides continuing care to people of all faiths and traditions and offers a valuable mental health adult day program.

COVID-19 Outbreak Status

The Chief Medical Officer of Health has indicated that continuing care sites must update residents and families of their site’s outbreak status. 

Update as of September 29, 2020
Mary Immaculate Care Centre remains in Outbreak Prevention.  

Site Outbreak Definitions

  1. Outbreak prevention is:
    • No residents or staff showing any symptoms of COVID-19
  2. Site under investigation is defined as: 
    • At least one resident or staff member who exhibits one or more symptoms of COVID-19
  3.  A confirmed COVID-19 outbreak is defined as:
    • Any one individual (resident or staff) with laboratory-confirmed COVID-1
    • Sites with two or more laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases will be included in AHS’ public reporting.

For information related to COVID-19, we encourage you to visit Alberta Health Services’ website.

If you have any questions about your site, please contact us directly. Contact information is on the left.

 

Parking

Free visitor parking is available, including accessible parking stalls, on the east side of Mary Immaculate Care Centre. 

Parking map

2018/19 Overview

Staff                                     64

Volunteers                         15

Long-term care beds      30

Our founders

The first Sisters Servants of Mary Immaculate arrived in Edmonton on November 1, 1902. They spent several months acclimatizing to Western Canada, during which they were graciously hosted by the Roman Catholic Clergy. In July of 1903 the Sisters moved to Mundare to provide health services and build schools.

The Sisters Servants of Mary Immaculate were critical in helping Ukrainian immigrants acclimatize to life in Western Canada, and their service to the Mundare community is unparalleled.

 

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