Masonicare of Wallingford, Connecticut, is the state’s leading provider of healthcare and retirement living communities for seniors. We are not-for-profit and have more than 100 years of experience behind us. We’re recognized for the quality, compassionate care and steadfast support we provide to our residents and patients.
Masonicare’s roots date back to 1750, when Connecticut’s first Masonic Lodge was chartered. Nearly 150 years later, in 1889, Connecticut Masons began a charitable fund that became The Masonic Charity Foundation of Connecticut, and in 1895, dedicated an 88-acre homestead in Wallingford as The Masonic Home.
Accredited for Excellence
Masonicare’s affiliates are accredited and approved for excellence by their respective accrediting bodies, including the Continuing Care Accreditation Commision (CCAC), as well as being Medicare certified and licensed by the State of Connecticut. Accreditation assures a high standard of care and best practices for governance and financial management.
Our “Ageless Commitment to Caring”
At Masonicare, we believe in caring for the whole person – mind, body and spirit. We’re dedicated to continuing the “ageless commitment to caring” that has been the cornerstone of our organization for more than 100 years.
> See Our Mission Statement
> Our Commitment to Compliance and Ethical Code of Conduct
Community Needs Assessment
Masonicare routinely conducts a Community Health Needs Assessment of older adults to ensure we are providing the necessary services in the communities we serve. To view this questionnaire or the report itself, please click the links below.
2015 Community Health Needs Assessment
2015-16 Community Benefit Statement.pdf
We're Listening Survey
Masonicare partnered with National Research Corporation, a survey expert, to better understand the patient experience and quality of care issues as seen through the eyes of our patients. You may receive a questionnaire asking about your patient experience. We need to hear from you to improve our quality of care.
We're Listening Explanation.pdf