St. Margaret's nursing facility has a mission, which is to make sure that everyone has access to quality healthcare, even the most vulnerable members of society. Larry has been the Chief Executive Officer of St. Margaret's since before it experienced growth after hurricane Katrina. More importantly however, the growth in size has not reduced the quality of the facility's care. Margaret's has been serving the New Orleans community since 1931.
They still value every individual that they serve. Their commitment to our residents is evident in our buildings. Margaret's served its residents at the former Bywater Hospital before completing construction on its new site at the old Lindy Boggs Hospital on Bienville in 2012. Larry says that, "After the disaster, when everything finally settling down, we were able to get a proper facility built.
Each hearth room, dining room, living room, bedroom, bathroom, and spa is designed to make every residence feel like a home rather than a facility. We now offer two skilled nursing facilities (St. Luke's)," Larry Stansberry of New Orleans says, along with "a facility that provides assistance when you need it and independence when you want it. Home Health and Hospice, and a residence for people suffering from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and multiple sclerosis (The Team Gleason House)."
Larry Stansberry of New Orleans has been with St. Margaret's since 2001. The location was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, and like so much of the city, was a long time in recovering from that natural disaster. "The wide scope of our service allows us to serve the community on a larger scale than ever before.”, says Larry. “Margaret's at Mercy and St. Margaret's had completed its long journey of recovery from Katrina.". Larry says that St. After eight long years, St. Margaret's is bigger and better than it ever was.