St. Martin’s in the Pines understands the importance of family visits. Under Federal Regulations visitations will be based on many factors that change regularly due to COVID-19 testing. For current updates of visitation changes please read our COVID-19 weekly update letter HERE, visit our Facebook page HERE, or call (205) 271-8944. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding as the management and staff work tirelessly to keep your loved ones safe from infection during this Pandemic.
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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October 23, 2020
First of all, thank you for your patience while we navigate through COVID-19 and the visitation schedule. Your graciousness is appreciated as we work together to solve issues that sometimes seem enormous. It is not easy… and so important that we approach the care of your loved one as a team.
This is a friendly reminder that an appointment must be made for visitation. Visiting areas are limited and all visitors must provide a negative COVID-19 test result within the past 24 hours of the scheduled appointment for indoor visits. Outdoor visits do not require a COVID-19 test.
Scheduling software is available for visitors to go on-line to schedule a visit at https://stmartinsinthepinesvisits.setmore.com. If you need further assistance with scheduling contact Tina Knowles HERE. Because times are limited, we ask that family members be considerate and schedule no more than one visit per week. It is our desire that all residents have the opportunity for a weekly visit from family or friends. Compassionate visits for end of life may occur in a resident’s room. These visits must also be scheduled so that we can let the resident know to expect a visitor. We enjoy giving residents something to look forward to and visits qualify.
We have been notified and have signed up to receive the COVID-19 vaccine which will be provided by either CVS or Walgreens. While the vaccine is not ready yet, we will be putting process in place to initiate the administration for those wishing to subscribe.
At this time, per regulation, Woodside and Evergreen residents are also able to leave the community.
Should you wish to drop supplies for a resident, you may continue to do so at the security gate. We suggest nonperishable items only to avoid spoilage.
We want to assure everyone that we are doing everything possible to keep your loved ones safe at St. Martin’s in the Pines.
Carol M. Holzman
President & CEO