About Maryville

For 60 years, Maryville has consistently been a top-rated, regionally recognized care facility, earning the 2019 Pinnacle Customer Service Award™ scoring in the top 15% of the nation over a 12-month period.

Established by the Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon in 1963, Maryville is a skilled rehabilitative and intermediate care facility in Beaverton, Oregon. Maryville offers 24-hour nursing care provided by Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses and Certified Nursing Assistants. Maryville has 181 beds, including 16 for memory care and 52 for clients seeking short-term physical rehabilitation.

Since Maryville was founded, we have provided a warm and caring residence for those who need long-term skilled nursing care. Maryville provides an outstanding living environment and supports the health and social needs of men and women who need ongoing, caring attention.

Our Resident Care Managers (RCMs) are responsible for overseeing the care of the residents at Maryville. An individualized Plan of Care is developed by an RCM for each resident, with input and consideration from the resident, family and an interdisciplinary team. The Plan of Care is reviewed and evaluated at least once per quarter, and as the resident’s condition changes. Residents come from all walks of life, including the medically indigent and others with limited ability to pay.

Today, Maryville also offers superb short-term physical rehabilitation. Clients enjoy private rooms and access to our lovely therapy courtyard, where men and women – in long-term and short-stay care – regain or build their skills for daily living.

We also provide compassionate memory care for those with Alzheimer’s and other related dementias.

Our Commitment to You

Maryville is committed to providing care in a way that is consistent with laws and regulations.

Maryville takes great pride in its commitment to operating in a legal and ethical manner. As the health care regulatory environment is quite complex, we pledge ourselves to comply with all applicable laws and regulations and to achieve the highest ethical and professional standards.

As a part of Maryville’s commitment to corporate compliance, we have designated a Compliance Officer, have an ongoing commitment to improve our formal Corporate Compliance Plan and compliance committee meetings. The purpose of our Compliance Plan is to help us maintain the legal and ethical standards that govern our business activities and provide guidance to all of us who work at Maryville.  Our plan also addresses each employee’s obligation to provide services according to our business’s regulations and to help ensure we not only provide services according to regulations, but conduct our business activities, such as billing and record keeping, according to those regulations as well.

Our employees are dedicated to providing you the very best service in a responsible, legal and ethical manner at all times.

If you have any questions, you are always welcome to contact our Compliance Officer – Administrator Kathleen Parry – at any time.

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Staff members demonstrate patience, understanding and compassion when working with residents and their families. Maryville treats the whole person – physical, spiritual and emotional.

Since Maryville was established by the Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon, its mission has never wavered: “service with love.”

That’s why generations of families have trusted Maryville to care for their loved ones.

At Maryville, your family is our family.

14645 SW Farmington Road
Beaverton, OR 97007
Fax: 503-520-1435
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Maryville Mission Statement

We at Maryville, supporting the mission of the Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon and dedicated to the healing mission of the Roman Catholic Church, promote Catholic values in health care services. Through the power of the Holy Spirit, we witness the abiding presence and healing ministry of Jesus Christ.


Maryville endeavors to fulfill its mission:

  • By promoting the health of those who are made infirm by disability or age.
  • By respecting human dignity in the experience of sickness and death.
  • By fostering the physical, psychological, emotional, spiritual, and social well-being of all people.