Our Mission & Values
Lighthouse Nursing Care Center is committed to providing residents with compassionate nursing care, customer service, and amenities that exceed expectations during their stay. Embedded in our care philosophy are the core values of our dedicated and experienced staff, which serve as a guide when providing nursing and rehabilitative care services. With a team-based approach, our goal is to operate with:
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The Lighthouse reputation for providing quality care in an environment of warm and friendly surroundings is well recognized and well deserved. Our mission and passion are to provide quality services for our residents and a stimulating, empowering work-place for our employees. Our efforts are coordinated with patients and their families, regulatory agencies, payer and reimbursement organizations, and are overseen by a volunteer board of experienced and professional members.
We invite you to visit Lighthouse and meet our valued and dedicated team of professionals! Tour our beautiful facility and experience our 17,000 square foot renovation and contemporary addition that provides 12 additional short-term rehabilitation beds, a state-of-the-art rehabilitation gymnasium, and suites for physical, occupational, and speech therapy. The gym features the latest in therapeutic equipment designed to better serve the needs of our residents and patients. Other design attributes include new dining areas, medical office and clinical space. The contemporary building design features three-season wraparound porches, providing short and long-term stay residents with a panoramic view of the surrounding neighborhood. The outdoor spaces feature beautifully landscaped walking paths, patios and garden areas.
History of Lighthouse
Our past, present and future…
Our journey started with a very humble beginning in 1939, with a need, a concept, and creation of a small infirmary known as Revere General Hospital. From the very beginning, the infirmary was successful and its small size did not limit the hospital’s reach or reputation as they cared for local residents. As time progressed, the early 1960’s presented an opportunity to expand services. The small hospital expanded into a two-story building that stretched an entire city block. In 1963, the newly renovated hospital proudly opened as the new Revere Memorial Hospital. Due to a struggling economy and changes in the landscape of healthcare, the hospital fell on hard times and closed its doors in 1968. In the early 1980’s, hope was restored and the hospital building was purchased by AtlantiCare Hospital (North Shore Hospital). The facility was renamed and redesigned into a three-story nursing facility that commenced operations in August of 1986.
Almost a decade later, a not-for-profit organization affiliated with The Guardian Foundation of Atlanta, GA, purchased the center to continue the legacy of strength in healthcare, caring, and compassion. In April of 1995, Lighthouse of Revere welcomed in the community and continues to provide the genuine level of care that started 75 years ago as a small community infirmary with a caring heart.
In 2014, a $7,000,000 addition and renovation were designed to expand our services to better serve the residents of Revere and surrounding communities. Our expansion goal is to provide our residents and patients with enhanced amenities and accommodations, state-of-the-art rehabilitation center, treatment rooms, three-season porches, and a newly renovated outdoor courtyard and walking path.