Visitors, including children of all ages, are always welcome. The front doors at the main entrance are open from 7:00am-8:00pm daily. It is important that all visitors sign-in and sign-out of the facility at the front reception desk. After hours, visitors need to buzz themselves in at the side entrance.
We also welcome visits from well-behaved pets. However, please be sure that the Recreational Therapy department has a copy of the pet’s vaccination record before visiting.
Guest wireless internet access (“Wi-Fi”) is available throughout the building.
**For the benefit of all those who are entrusted to our care, we ask that you do not visit if you have cold symptoms, respiratory symptoms, or another contagious illness.
To reach the main reception desk at Bon Secours Maria Manor, please call (727) 568-1000.
The Family Council plays a significant role in promoting active family involvement within our facility. We recognize the bond between residents and their loved ones as an integral part of their self-identity. The council is a great way to meet other family members. At each meeting, an educational topic relevant to families is presented.
The Family Council meets in the Maria Manor conference room on the third Thursday of every month from 6:00-7:00pm.
Whether a patient or resident at either Bon Secours Maria Manor or Bon Secours Place, there are always many events and activities transpiring daily. Exercise classes including yoga and tai chi are held regularly, as well as live musical entertainment, creative arts classes, etc. Our pastoral care department organizes Catholic mass, inter-faith services, and bible studies on a regular basis.
For any questions regarding these activities, please contact our Recreational Therapy Department at Maria Manor by phone at (727) 568-1000, or the Activities Coordinator at Bon Secours Place by phone at (727) 563-9733.
The ministry of the Sisters of Bon Secours began in the early 1820s when a group of female religious formed to care for the sick and dying at their bedsides. Bon Secours St. Petersburg is proud of its Catholic heritage, and strives to expound upon the sisters’ mission to be Good Help to Those in Need®.
Although our origins are rooted in the Catholic Church, we welcome residents of all faiths and religious denominations. We understand that healing comes from the mind, body, and spirit – we support holistic healing and growth through the provision of professional spiritual support, guidance, and presence.
At Bon Secours Maria Manor, the pastoral care department facilitates the following services:
The celebration of mass seven days a week
Weekly non-denominational services offered every Sunday
Religious services televised on our closed circuit, in-house channel
Weekly Bible study
Special celebrations for religious holidays that are meaningful to patients and residents of varied faiths
Mass of Anointing twice a year