(401) 233-2880 1 Cherry Hill Road,
Johnston, RI 02919

Assisted Living in Johnston, RI

The Bridge at Cherry Hill, located in beautiful Johnston, Rhode Island, is a premier assisted living community dedicated to ensuring a fulfilling retirement for seniors.

Residents of The Bridge enjoy resort-style services and amenities set in a homelike environment. Associates of The Bridge are passionate about the well-being of each resident and strive to maintain their highest level of independence. From a schedule of dynamic activities to our hospitable staff, our goal is to promote an active, carefree lifestyle.

Johnston, Rhode Island, is home to intriguing museums, beautiful parks, exquisite architecture and unique restaurants and shops. Our lifestyle services staff takes advantage of Rhode Island’s many attractions and provides ample opportunities for residents to participate in excursions. Our transportation services make sure residents get where they need to go.

Continuum-of-Care

As part of a continuum-of-care campus, The Bridge partners with affiliate Cherry Hill Manor Nursing and Rehab Center. Professional staff are trained to handle a variety of changing senior needs.

If residents of The Bridge should undergo surgery or fall ill, they can rest assured that we will strive to handle that transition as smoothly as possible.

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What will you fall in love with at The Bridge at Cherry Hill? Maybe everything.

Take a tour to meet our associates and residents and see if our community is a good fit for your new home.

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Maryann Grace
Meet Our Executive Director

Maryann Grace

I was born in Massachusetts, but I have lived in Rhode Island my entire life. I graduated from Katharine Gibbs College in Providence.

My career has been vast, from being a paralegal to being an assistant pre-school teacher to entering the field of health care. I began my health care career approximately 20 years ago when I started as an activity director. I went on to be an admissions director and then assistant assisted living director. In 2001, I won the Heroes Award from the Rhode Island Assisted Living Association.

I am married and have one son and two grandchildren, who keep me on my toes!

In my free time I enjoy gardening, cooking and being with my family.

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