• Mission Statement

    Mission Statement
  • About Us

    Founded in 1975, St. Dominic Village is a faith-based, non-profit, continuing care retirement community dedicated to Caring for Our Elders with the Compassion of Christ. St. Dominic Village is a member of the Texas Medical Center and a ministry of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, we provide a seamless continuum of care comprised of short-term rehabilitation, skilled nursing care, assisted living including independent living, the Joseph A. Fiorenza Priest Residence and respite care services including Angel House, which provides housing for individuals and their families who are in need of an affordable, safe environment while receiving treatment in the Texas Medical Center. We strive to provide a welcoming home with the very highest standard of care to each of our residents according to his or her needs, regardless of race or creed, while celebrating and promoting each one's inherent, personal dignity. We serve approximately 300 long-term and 300 short-term residents, and as well as 3,000 Angel House guests, each year.

  • Core Values

    Core Values

  • Who We Are

    •  A leading provider of senior care in the greater Houston Area
    •  A Member of the Texas Medical Center
    •  A Member of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
    •  Houston's only Catholic retirement community
    • A seamless continuum-of-care
      • Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, est. 1981
      • Warren Chapel, est. 1981
      • Dorothy Hall, and independent living community, est. 1992
      • Charlotte Hall, another independent living community, est. 1995
      • Five-story Tower for independent and assisted living, est. 1996
      • Sterling Turner Wellness Center, est. 2000
      • Expanded Angel House Suites, 2012
      • Expanded Skilled Nursing Center, 2013
      • Joseph A. Fiorenza Priest Residence, 2015



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