St. Catherine's Village

(866) 825-8549

200 Dominican Dr, Madison, MS


  • Nursing Home
  • Assisted Living
  • Senior Community
  • Alzheimer's Care
  • Continued Care Community

Payment Options

  • Medicare No
  • Medicaid No
  • Veteran's Benefits No
  • Long Term Care Insurance No
  • Subsidy Available No
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User Reviews

01/15/2016  -  An OurParents User Writes:

I worked in maintenance here for a little over a yr , overall the care seemed to be pretty good (considering the cna s are underpaid and are the lifeblood of patient care , they should make twice what they do considering what they do ....other than that this is the most disfunctional ran place I've ever seen , turn over is huge ,

11/28/2015  -  An OurParents User Writes:

This place has the most racist people starting with security guard to the patients.. These folks feel like they are entitled and high class.. Black caregivers, cooks, cnas etc;; are frowned upon here. The patients look at the black employees like we are slaves on a plantation. And btw black folks are the only ones taking care of these older people. There are no white caregivers, cooks, cnas. It's a shame to see so many old people feeling and acting entitled instead of grateful and humble. And most will put on a front like they the biggest Christians ever. *Note: you are no Christan praising my god in heaven and prejudice at the same time.. Oh and the nurses there are soooo unfriendly and not helpful.. Don't ever need to ask anything and be standing at the desk by a nurse. They gonna act like they don't see you!!

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    10/22/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    As an employee, don't expect to be treated fairly if you have any sort of health problems. You will be written up for time missed due to health issues in spite of having a Drs. excuse. You will be told the excuse is not worth the paper it's written on.

    Residents are charged for supplies most places provide at no cost. I have seen families have to move loved ones to lower cost homes due to ridiculously high rates for mediocre care. Staff nurses are very much overworked and underpaid, and turnover is ridiculous.

    My advice to potential employees and families is to shop around. The care at St. Catherine's is no better than many other homes and the cost is astronomical.

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  • Staff

    Response: I am a former employees of St. Catherine's and was treated very fairly when I had to be out of work for back problems. I did miss a lot of time but it was my own fault. I recently resigned on my own due to ongoing back pain and was treated with respect by the Director and other management. St. Catherine's is a good place to work and I witnessed excellent resident care during my employment there. No place is perfect. I would recommend St. Catherine's to any of my friends who are nurses and seeking work, and any family members seeking placement for a loved one, especially Campbell Cove. The Director is very compassionate, experienced and understanding.

    Response: She is so right!! The employees are treated unfair.. Like they a slave.. It's too much racism at St Catherines.. Mostly all the white ppl I've came in contact with there patient and nurses seem like they frown down upon you. And treat you like you are nothing..

    06/06/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    My mother was in Sienna Center and it was wonderful!!!

    09/05/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

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  • Care
  • Cleanliness

    07/27/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    After seeing mold / mildew issues from inside my mothers air conditioning unit and vents throughout the entire apartment, and getting blown off by repair technicians on property, and even worse, no one from management would ever return my phone calls about this blatent neglect to clean these units.
    I have also discovered this is not an isolated case, as many residents here have seen the same things inside there ac /heater units in these closets used to "hide" the moist growing airborne mildew / mold particle being blown into our apartments.
    Others that live noticed strong mildewy sewage odor gas when you enter the independent living building.
    We were told by repair personnel that sewer lines leak and break under the building often here due to the yazoo clay. It has caused pipes to break and the building to sink. This has been going on since this place opened in 1988. In 2001 they started to build 300-500 thousand dollar home on the west property and did not bother to check the soil. By law you have to have it check in this area PERIOD. Guess what all those homes a riddled with problems. My friends left due to the hazards in this place, let alone the horrible frozen food served to us and we are to beleve its all fresh. Choose you retirement home wisely, stay away from this poorly run dump that is owned by St Dominics Hospital that also has a horrible reputation throughout.
    Myla H.

    07/08/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    I have had a great experience working at St. Catherine's Village. I have worked in Long Term Care for close to 20 years and St. Catherine's is by far the best I have experienced.

    05/03/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    F*** You St. Catherines.

    03/24/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    I am a new employee of St. Catherine's Village and want to address the negative reviews other users have given St. Catherine's Village. First of all, all LTC/Assisted Living communities have their share of "bad" things happen within. What is important to remember is that the problems described have been corrected and new staff have been put in place. I have witnessed/experienced nothing but excellent care, friendly staff, and friendly administration. Residents appear to be very happy, as I have yet to see one resident unkempt or unhappy. In addition, every staff member I have spoken with has been employed at St. Catherine's for many years and are very happy there. In a nutshell, no nursing home is perfect. You just can't please everybody.

    03/20/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    There is a reason why the below person posted this comment "They seem to have a large staff turnover rate here for some reason".
    The reason is due to crooked administration and a corrupt security department that profiles and harrases the black employees. I here the n word all the time from their head of security. He is a skinhead white supremist involved closley with the KKK. This is the most corrupt bunch of people I have ever worked for.

    Response: So true!! Blacks are profiled out there so bad!! And don't be a caregiver of any kind!! You not considered nothing but a black maid..

    01/04/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    F*** You all!
    Laquita L.

    01/01/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    @#$% YOU ST. Catherines, @#$% you Mary Margeret Budy!
    @#$% YOU Lisa Avenmarq.
    @#$% YOU Cherie Polk.
    @#$% YOU Holly @#$%.
    Rot in hell crooks!
    From Laquita L.

    09/19/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Beware of going into St. Catherine's as a regular nursing home patient. None of the medical expenses such as oxygen are covered. EVERYTHING is extra. It will cost at least $1000 more a month than a regular nursing home. Because of the medicare reimbursement rules, you will not be able to file for reimbursement for medical supplies and you will NOT be told this upfront.
    In addition, the way they handle drugs means you will not be able to use the mail order drug plans to reduce costs. So, add in another $500 to $1000 per month. Even liquid tylenol has to have special packagaging and pricing, which benefits the select pharmacies used by this nursing home.
    The food is atrocious--usually cold and poorly prepared. They are talking about having to install another kitchen, which means that the regular pay patients will probably face even more of an increase in costs.
    The aides are nice. Nurses will call you back about 1/2 of the time if you have a question.
    It may be billed as an excellent facility, but my parent got better care at a regular nursing home and we are looking to move my parent out of ST. Catherine's as soon as a suitable facility can be found. I can see why the wealthy patients pay for personal aides for individual patients.

    Response: Then the wealthy residents act too @#$% entitled. They want a aide to wait on them hand and foot but cheap with the @#$% pay!! They act so @#$% uppity but don't want to pay a good amount to take care of them., when they know they can't take care of themselves anymore.

    09/16/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    My concerns are of whats going on with the administration out here at St. Catherines Village. They have had two different upper management administative people fired
    over enbezzlement of patients and family members funds.
    I think the State of Mississippi needs to get off their rear end and look into several "hidden" matters kept behind closed doors here. I took my mother out of here when they would not help her with the proper care they originally promised.
    Tina F.

    05/06/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Recently I was told the following information that I found interesting about nursing homes and wanted to say that this does indeed apply to all of them including this one where I have a loved one.
    "So much for ombudsman and state visiting & inspecting."
    "Administration always knows when they're going to make their 'surprise unannounced' visit."
    Its amazing to me how staff "changes" when they know the state inspectors are coming.
    If the staff were doing their jobs properly, there would be no reason to get so afriad of state inspections.
    I have witnessed this "change" many times over the years as I visited family here. It really made me wonder what went on behind the scenes.
    I know something must be up as the head of nursing education was let go for stealing money and medicine from patients.
    I tried to find out even more information about this occurence from the cna's that work here on visits only to be further shocked to hear this person is now working for the State of MS. They seem to have a large staff turnover rate here for some reason. This concerns me as to the care a loved one is really getting.
    Just wanted families out there to know be careful in where you place your loved ones when its time to place them in for long term care. Just because they are in safe little Madison does not mean its all cherry with whipped cream on top.
    Please do your homework well when choosing a nursing home. Ask other people you know that may have placed a loved one in a home.
    Thank you
    anonomous (fear of retal)

    Description of St. Catherine's Village in Madison, MS

    Number of Beds : 36

    Offering assisted living, independent living, skilled nursing facility and continuing care services, St. Catherine's Village has a variety of services and amenities in a friendly, supportive surrounding. Offering help with the activities of daily living, along with health services, nutritious meals, and a range of other features, assisted living allows seniors to thrive. Why choose an assisted living community? Studies reveal that living near peers and participating in social activities leads to a happier life. Assisted living offers senior-friendly residences and a warm staff. Communities have additional services that include 24-hour supervision and security, emergency response systems, access to licensed nursing care, chef-prepared meals, and assistance with grooming, dressing, and bathing. Laundry, housekeeping, social programs, and local transportation are typically provided as well. When you are self-sufficient but want to be in the company of your peers, choose indepedent living and enjoy amenities and services geared towards seniors. Intended for both individuals and couples, these senior communities are also known as senior apartments, retirement villages, and communities for 55 and older. Residents stay in private apartments or individual homes with an abundance of community amenities, services, and programs tailored specifically for seniors. You'll have your own private space, so you can bring your favorite furniture, photos, and cookware. You’ll be able to spend time pursuing activities that you enjoy since tasks commonly associated with homeownership will be taken care of. Because independent living communities are intended for older adults who need little or no assistance, most do not offer medical care or supervision. Community services and amenities usually include fitness clubs, dining facilities, swimming pools, golf courses, hiking trails, social events, and more. Continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) are dedicated to making the phases of the aging process as smooth, comfortable, and enjoyable as possible. It achieves this through offering long-term, comprehensive assistance, from independent living to assisted living to skilled nursing care. St. Catherine's Village helps seniors find the worry-free lifestyle they want. In this community, residents have comprehensive assisted living, independent living, skilled nursing facility and continuing care services, as well as a friendly, supportive community. Within assisted living communities, you'll find help as you need it, with the goal of supplying the aid required to stay as self-sufficient as possible. When seniors are self-sufficient but want to be in the company of peers, choose indepedent living and enjoy a variety of amenities and services. Continuing retirement care is dedicated to making the phases of the aging process as smooth, comfortable, and enjoyable as possible. It achieves this through offering long-term, comprehensive assistance, from independent living to assisted living to skilled nursing care. Seniors find the ideal services and amenities they need to live comfortably at St. Catherine's Village.


    Demographic Profile for Madison, MS, 39110


    Male Population
    Female Population
    Median Age
    37 Years
    Average Household Income

    Cost Of Living
    Compared to the National Average

    3% Above
    Cost of Food
    9% Below
    11% Above
    5% Below

    Provided By EPA; Closer to 100 is better

    Air Quality
    84 / 100
    Water Quality
    20 / 100
    Superfund Sites
    39 / 100
    Physicians per 100k

    Annual Crime

    Violent Crime
    Property Crime