Where there is caring for the body, mind and spirit
At St. Martin’s in the Pines, we provide specialized care in a social environment that contributes to your loved one’s happiness, spiritual peace and longevity. We are called to minister to the body, mind and spirit.
We understand selecting the right retirement living community for your family member can be stressful. Put your mind at ease by visiting us and seeing for yourself how St. Martins in the Pines cares for more than just the body, but also for the mind and spirit.
Learn how St. Martin’s can assist with ensuring your loved one is placed in an environment and level of care suited to their needs. As your loved one requires additional care, they can move through our continuum of care from being independent to 24-hour nursing care as well as everything in-between.
Once you’ve made the decision to trust St. Martin’s in the Pines with the care of your loved one, you will rest assured they are living life to the fullest.
Located in the quaint residential neighborhood of Irondale, Alabama, near Birmingham, St. Martin’s in the Pines is a comprehensive senior living community with luxurious accommodations, restaurant-style dining and opportunities to connect with your passions, hobbies and purpose. We invite you to come experience the life long tradition of a faith-based trusted community serving elders since 1955.
Our Mission: To serve God through a ministry that provides a continuum of care and quality of life to aging individuals and their families.
Our Vision: A caring community reflecting God through service to the aging.
St. Martins is a member of the Assisted Living Association of Alabama, the Nursing Home Association, Caring Communities and the American Health Care Association
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We want to share some important information regarding the most recent developments related to the Corona Virus (COVID-19). Please be assured that St. Martin’s is keeping a close eye on all communications and information from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), The Jefferson County and Alabama Department of Public Health, and the Alabama Nursing Home Association (ANHA). St. Martin’s number one priority is the health and safety of our residents, patients, and associates.
Right now, our main focus is prevention. We are acting with an abundance of caution, reinforcing our policies and procedures for contagious illnesses with staff. These include reminders about flu vaccines, washing hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, and staying home when sick. We have a multidisciplinary task force in place to disseminate information and to work in preparedness in the event of a confirmed case of COVID-19.
With regard to visitor protocol, St. Martin’s has restricted all visitors and non-essential health care personnel, except for certain compassionate care situations (such as an end-of-life situation).
Additionally, all St. Martin’s sponsored or planned outings or internal activities have been canceled. Meals are being served to residents in their rooms as a further precaution until such time that it is deemed safe to return to normal activities.
Please note, that although it may seem as if we are going to extreme measures at this point, our top priority is to provide the safest environment possible for our residents, caregivers and staff. Please note that at the time this communication was generated, we have not seen and are not dealing with any confirmed cases here at St. Martin’s. We are monitoring the health of our residents closely and will act accordingly when situations arise. If a confirmed case were to occur, we would continue to act in full compliance with the CDC, local, and state health authorities.
Let us assure you that we are doing our very best to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our residents, caregivers, and community in general. We appreciate your understanding and sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.
Carol Holzman, President/CEO