Our Hawthorne Traditions
Discerning a Vocation
Rosary Hill Home, owned and operated by the Dominican Sisters of Hawthorne since 1901, is committed to providing loving, one-on-one palliative care to those suffering from terminal cancer. The sisters and staff strive to meet the physical, emotional, spiritual, and recreational needs of the patients.
The Home is free to all who meet the Admission requirements; there is no discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, or handicap. In fidelity to their Rule of life, the Sisters depend solely upon the 'providence of God and the hourly mercy of the charitable public;' no payment is accepted from patients, their families, private insurance, or from the government.
Rosary Hill Home
600 Linda Avenue
Hawthorne, NY 10532
(GPS users: Please use Thornwood, NY 10594)
Sacred Heart Home
1315 W. Hunting Park Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19140
Sacred Heart Home was established in 1930 by the Dominican Sisters of Hawthorne. The Home is a 35-bed skilled nursing facility operated by the Sisters and dedicated to providing palliative care to persons afflicted with incurable cancer. It is open to all who meet the Admission Qualifications. There is no discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, blindness or handicap.
Since its establishment, the Sisters have lovingly served the special end-of-life needs of our patients and their family members in our homes.
Sacred Heart Home is a free home for persons who cannot afford to pay for care. No payment of any kind is accepted from patients or their families, nor from the government. In accordance with their Rule, the Sisters place their trust in the loving providence of God. That trust has never failed. Donations large and small, from groups and individuals, have provided and continues to provide the necessary funds to support the work.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home was established in 1939 by the Hawthorne Dominicans for the care of incurable cancer patients without discrimination as to race, creed or national origin. We are supported entirely by the generosity of a sympathetic public. No remuneration is accepted from the patients or their families. The Sisters of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home hope that their patients will feel welcome in an atmosphere of peace and warmth — where love, understanding and compassion prevail.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home
760 Pollard Boulevard SW
Atlanta, GA 30315