For more than 40 years—first as CCNRC and now as Sagepoint—our community-focused nonprofit has provided our region with high-quality senior care. Today, we continue to grow in service, and offer an unmatched breadth of trusted care solutions.

Here’s a timeline of our service:

1976

Charles County Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is founded as a Not-For-Profit 501(c)(3) Corporation.The Center is governed by a voluntary Board of nine trustees appointed by the Charles County Commissioners. The Center initially can serve 105 patients.

1985

The Adult Day Services Program is added. The program initially begins with 25 participants in the Nursing Center building.

1990

The Adult Day Services Program building opens with 38 participants in the program.

1992

The Nursing Center expands to serve 165 people and four units:

  • Units 100 and 300 nursing units for long-term care.
  • Unit 200 was designated as a secure unit for long-term care residents suffering from dementia.
  • Our Rehabilitation Unit could accommodate 21 patients for short-stay post-acute care. It was Medicare-certified.

1995

Addition to the Adult Day Services building is completed. It serves the day care dementia patients and others needing specialized care. Current licensure for the Program is for 63 participants.

2006

Assisted Living comes to CCNRC; Abbey Manor is purchased from a Baltimore real estate firm. The purchase includes the property and two buildings of sixteen apartments, which gives CCNRC the ability to house 32 Assisted Living residents. The name “CCNRC Family of Care” is adopted.

2009

The Commissioners of Charles County turns the properties and buildings over to CCNRC. The Board operates under bylaws developed and approved by the Board of Trustees; and is a self-sustaining Board.

2012

Construction of a two-story medical arts building is completed on the main campus. The first floor is leased to Fresenius Medical Care, a dialysis provider. The second floor houses “Homeplace”, a 12-bed secure memory care assisted living community for adults with memory impairment/dementia. This community is a functioning household and uses state-of –the-art programming developed to assist the residents while enhancing and maintaining their quality of life.

2015

The services offered by CCNRC are combined and re-branded under a single new name—Sagepoint Senior Living Services, offering:

  • Sagepoint Adult Day Services
  • Sagepoint Rehabilitation
  • Sagepoint Gardens Assisted Living
  • Sagepoint Long-Term Care
  • Sagepoint Memory Care

Plans are announced for a new assisted living community, and Sagepoint Village. Sagepoint acquires Circle of Care and begins providing Home Care Services.

2016

Phase I of new rehabilitation wing opens. This beautiful wing boasts of 13 spacious private rooms, each with their own 40″ flatscreen, HD television. Rooms offer private bathrooms with European style showers. The new wing offers patients greater privacy and comfort!

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