A Century of Excellence in Nursing
Maryland Baptist Aged Home
Established in 1920, the Maryland Baptist Aged Home is the oldest African-American owned and operated Nursing Home in the state of Maryland. It is governed by the Board of Trustees of the United Baptist Missionary Convention. The MBAH is a non-profit 501c3 29 bed facility providing short and long term care to all residents without regard to race, color, sex, religion or national origin. Residents served by MBAH enjoy a family oriented setting. We take a proactive approach to the development and execution of individualized resident care. We provide multi-disciplinary team approach with emphasis on respect, compassion and professionalism.
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The oldest African-American owned and operated Nursing Home in the State of Maryland.
In 1920 – with the support of the churches they served as pastor – five ministers feeling the need for a Christian Nursing Home for the aged, purchased the first home at 1620 West Lexington Street.
In 1952, UBMC President, Rev. Dr. J.T. Boddie, suggested that the original owners of the Home dissolve their own interests and give leadership to the UBMC.
In 1954, the property at 2801 Rayner Avenue in Baltimore City was purchased to house the MBAH. The Home opened at its new location on March 4th.
In January 1970, the Home suffered extensive fire damage. Between 1970 and 1974 extensive renovations were made.
Ground Breaking Ceremony
In 1977, a ground breaking was held to celebrate additions to the present Home.
A Century Of Excellence
We are committed to providing expert nursing care in a family oriented environment. A holistic approach is used to ensure that the physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being of out residents is met with compassion. In our warm and loving atmosphere, we promote dignity, respect and independence. We seek to gain trust and respect as a highly rated comprehensive and skilled care facility that feels much like home.
Food & Activities
The delicious home cooked meals provided by chefs provide appropriate therapeutic diets as prescribed by the on-staff dietician. Activity programs are offered daily to meet physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being of each resident. Programs offered include music therapy, exercise, art, community outings, socials and so much more. Activities are tailored to meet each resident’s needs. Resident council meetings are held monthly to discuss facility life with guest speakers to educate residents.