Villa Marie Claire

Comfort. Peace. Love.

Visitor Restrictions: Coronavirus/COVID-19
In an effort to limit exposure to COVID-19 and reduce the possible spread of infection, Holy Name Medical Center has instituted more rigorous visitor restrictions at Villa Marie Claire until further notice:

Only one visitor will be allowed for each patient.
Visiting hours are restricted from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Pets, including service animals, are not permitted until further notice.

Please help us keep everyone safe. Thank you for your help and consideration during this time.

Welcome to Villa Marie Claire

As long as there is life, there is hope. Hope means different things to different people, but it can readily replace despair. We are all on a journey, and wherever an individual is in that experience, dignity and comfort can be found.

At Villa Marie Claire, which is owned by Holy Name Medical Center, patients with advanced illnesses are relieved of burdensome symptoms and given the opportunity to spend quality time with loved ones. Villa Marie Claire combines the ambiance of a home-like environment with the peace of mind of a specialized, around-the-clock care team.

Nestled on 26 acres in Saddle River, NJ, the 20-bed residential hospice is like no other in the New York City metropolitan area. Every room offers a sweeping view of the bucolic grounds, which include a bountiful lawn, walking gardens and in-ground swimming pool. High ceilings, wood floors and fireplaces create an elegant, homelike ambiance throughout the sprawling estate.

Every patient resides in a private room that contains a private bath, internet, telephone and flat-screen TV. Each patient receives 24-hour nursing care and daily holistic services. Overnight accommodations for a loved one are also available, alleviating concerns about being away from the patient on their journey.

"We created the Villa to meet a need in the community for a freestanding, independent hospice. The innovative, one-of-a-kind place is a haven where people are able to accept that all of us will die but that it doesn't have to be a terrible, lonely process. You can actually find comfort and satisfaction with those you love, and make the last days of life about living."

Michael Maron
President/CEO, Holy Name Medical Center

Licensure and Accreditation

Licensed by: New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services

Accredited by: National Institute for Jewish Hospice

A Certified Medicare and Medicaid Provider

Hospice and palliative services are covered by Medicare, HMOs, commercial and private insurance