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.
Programs & Services
Dietary services (inpatient counseling)
Resident & Visitor Information
For the safety of our residents, we encourage you to clean your hands when you arrive at Mary Immaculate Hospital. See A Guide to Clean Hands for information on protecting yourself and your loved ones.
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.