Vincentian de Marillac


Vincentian de Marillac is a peaceful oasis — providing a calm, rural-like setting with extensive outdoor gardens and terraces yet conveniently located in the city. Some 50 residents enjoy our close-knit family-like environment. Care here includes skilled nursing and rehabilitation. A professional nursing staff is on hand 24/7 to ensure resident well-being, and a team of physicians monitors residents’ medical care. Vincentian de Marillac provides individually designed health-related programs, therapy services and activities.

Vincentian de Marillac Offers:

  • Skilled Nursing
  • Short-term Rehabilitation
Contact:
412-361-2833

Vincentian de Marillac
5300 Stanton Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15206

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Daily Schedule
Daily Events for Vincentian de Marillac:

February 2017

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  • Mass & Rosary
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  • Mass & Rosary
  • Novena - Our Lady of Perpetual Help
  • Games
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  • Rosary & Mass
  • Music & Trivia
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  • Visits
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  • Rosary
  • Mass
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  • Hair Care
  • Mass & Rosary
  • Glee Club
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  • Rosary & Mass
  • Novena
  • Games
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  • Mass & Rosary
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  • Mass & Rosary
  • Novena - Our Lady of Perpetual Help
  • Games
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  • Rosary & Mass
  • Music & Trivia
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  • Visits
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  • Rosary
  • Mass
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  • Hair Care
  • Mass & Rosary
  • Glee Club
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  • Rosary & Mass
  • Novena
  • Games
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  • Mass & Rosary
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  • Mass & Rosary
  • Novena - Our Lady of Perpetual Help
  • Games
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  • Rosary & Mass
  • Music & Trivia
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  • Visits
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  • Rosary
  • Mass
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  • Hair Care
  • Mass & Rosary
  • Glee Club
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  • Rosary & Mass
  • Novena
  • Games
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  • Mass & Rosary
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  • Mass & Rosary
  • Novena - Our Lady of Perpetual Help
  • Games
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  • Rosary & Mass
  • Music & Trivia
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  • Visits
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  • Rosary
  • Mass
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  • Hair Care
  • Mass & Rosary
  • Glee Club
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  • Rosary & Mass
  • Novena
  • Games

History of Vincentian de Marillac

In 1943, property on Stanton Avenue in Pittsburgh’s East End was purchased from the Donahoe family. The thirteen-room mansion on the property was readied for skilled nursing residents and was called Villa de Marillac. Because the waiting list of the Villa grew longer and longer, a larger building was needed. The new 52-resident capacity building broke ground in 1963 and was dedicated by Bishop John Wright in 1965. Vincentian de Marillac became part of the Vincentian system in 1999. In the Catholic tradition, and in the spirit of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac, we at Vincentian de Marillac seek to be a healing presence, dedicated to a respect for individual dignity and the value of human life.