Dining In Style: Nutrition and Quality In Pleasant Surroundings

Lead Chef JimMaking sure our residents and rehab patients can "dine in style" is just as important at Fairhaven as serving fresh, delicious, nutritious and appealing meals. Executive Chef Jim Clark (pictured here) elevates the task of preparing carefully monitored meals to an art form, serving up quality food that is delivered promptly and accurately to each resident or rehab patient.

Executive Chef Jim ClarkIn nursing homes and long term care facilities across the United States, the quality of food service is often a top complaint among residents—but not at Fairhaven. We understand that meals are an important source of both nutrition and social interaction, and we have carefully developed our dining facilities to meet both of those needs.

At Fairhaven, we have four separate dining facilities—more than some resorts—and we never lose sight of the fact that quality food, delivered by qualified chefs in an attractive environment, is a major contributor to quality of life. It's one of the things that sets us apart!

Delicious and nutritious turkey dinner for four

Our kitchen staff serves up a delicious and nutritious Sliced Turkey Breast dinner with mashed potatoes, green beans and fresh dinner rolls in a warm in the comfortable atmosphere of the Belvidere Dining Room

From our picturesque facility near the Merrimack River and just 200 yards from Lowell General Hospital, we serve the rehabilitation and long term care needs of residents and their families in the Greater Lowell Area, northeastern Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire including Andover, Billerica, Carlisle, Chelsmford, Concord, Dracut, Groton, Haverhill, Lawrence, Methuen, Nashua (NH), Pelham (NH), Pepperell, Salem (NH), Tewksbury, Tyngsborough, Westford, Wilmington and Windham (NH).