What Is Aurum
We connect you to over 60 independently-owned providers of senior services based in Massachusetts. Aurum Network members are premier care providers, specially selected for their long standing tradition and reputation for excellence in delivering a full array of quality services for seniors.
The most direct sources of information on services, patients and policies are the facilities themselves. We recommend contacting them directly.
To locate an Aurum facility near you, please refer to our map or to our facility locator.
Locate a Facility
The Aurum network brings high quality services by conveniently located facilities to a wide geographic area.
For your convenience, we have developed a search application to assist you in locating a nearby facility. Select the services you want, and enter your 5-digit zip code. We will then show you a list of facilities and their approximate distance
A Broad Spectrum of Senior Care Services
Contact an Aurum member facility for quality senior health-care, assisted living and retirement services. You will be connected to a special group of providers who continually strive to maintain and even exceed excellence in the senior-care services they offer.
- Who We Are.
- Telephone directory Speak directly with one of our facilities
- Locate a facility-map and zip code locator The Aurum network brings high quality services by conveniently located facilities to a wide geographic area.
- Spectrum of Services Our extensive network of nursing facilities provides the options you need to choose the right services for your needs.
Taking the guess work out of choosing the right care setting for you or a loved one.
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