In 1911, community leaders of Attleboro were becoming concerned about public health in the face of threatening communicable diseases. They created the Attleboro Anti-Tuberculosis Society as the first healthcare service in the city, pre-dating the local community hospital, Sturdy Memorial, by two years.
This agency grew over the years and joined together with similar nursing services agencies from nearby towns. The agency we know today as Community VNA is a non-profit agency committed to community-based health care.
Community VNA Today
Skilled nursing and rehabilitation care, certified by Medicare.
Community VNA Hospice & Palliative Care
Advanced care for individuals facing any type of serious, life-limiting illness, and the families who are taking care of them.
Michael J. Murphy, President, Board of Directors
Community VNA provides services and resources that enhance the community’s capacity to achieve optimal health, wellness and quality of life.