About Us

With 130 years of expertise, Keswick has become the area’s premier provider of services for older adults. Committed to enhancing the quality of life for the guests and residents it serves, Keswick provides a variety of award winning services that enhance their lives & get them back to doing what they love. Find out more.

Keswick Multi-Care Center is a locally owned, not-for-profit organization that provides a variety of services dedicated to enhancing quality of life for older adults. A lot has changed since Keswick was chartered by the Maryland General Assembly over a century ago, but our core values have remained the same:

  • Commitment to quality care – As a caring organization, Keswick will strive to surpass expectations in all aspects of care
  • Integrity and accountability – Open and honest communication will be maintained, along with responsibility for actions, at all times
  • Compassion; sensitivity; respect – These three principles will be extended to all, including our caregivers and volunteers
  • Improving our community – With innovative and futuristic approaches to care accessible to individuals of all races and creeds, our community will be made a better place

For more information on rehabilitation and skilled nursing care, call the Admissions Office at 410-662-4218 or send us an e-mail at admissions@keswick-multicare.org.

Mission & Vision

Mission

Keswick’s mission is to provide compassionate, quality care to the residents and individuals served, along with sensitivity and understanding to family members. Our goal is to provide a complete continuum of long-term term care that encompasses the community/home, adult day care, and nursing care. Keswick is committed to providing quality care through innovative and futuristic approaches to older adults of all races and creeds.

Vision

Keswick’s Vision is to develop, deliver and manage premier senior service programs in our Baltimore Market Area that can be emulated nationally by others – always focused on the delivery of compassionate care combined with clinical and community-based research. Our emphasis is on the preservation of individual independence, dignity and respect as we seek to meet individual care needs in a place our clients call home.

Keswick is Highly Rated by the MHCC

  • Keswick received an exceptional 8.2 rating for overall care and outranked the Maryland statewide average.
  • 94% of responsible parties would recommend Keswick when compared to Maryland statewide statistics.
  • Keswick scored an impressive 3.7 (out of 4) for Staff and Administration of the Nursing Home and Autonomy & Residents Rights.
Keswick Multi-care Keswick Score Statewide Score
Staff and Administration of the Nursing 3.7 3.6
Care Provided to Residents 3.5 3.4
Food and Meals 3.5 3.4
Autonomy & Resident Rights 3.7 3.5

Our Team

The numbers add up at Keswick when it concerns the licensed staff members we employ, which is more than 150. In addition to a talented group of nursing and medical staff, Keswick’s interdisciplinary team includes social workers, physical, occupational and speech therapists, dietitians, recreational therapists and a chaplain. All of our staff members have been appropriately licensed and certified, and pass rigorous interviews and background checks before they join our team. At Keswick, we assign our onsite physicians to each guest and resident to ensure high-quality, personalized care for each individual. Wherever you are at Keswick, there is a qualified professional who can make sure you receive the right care at the right time – in the right place.

Leadership at Keswick

Keswick Through The Years

  • 1883

    Keswick is chartered by the Maryland General Assembly
  • 1887

    Keswick moves from 202 E. Fayette Street to Guilford at 21st Street
  • 1926

    Keswick moves to the Egenton estate West 40th street
  • 1929

    Carey wing is added, bringing patient capacity to 100
  • 1930s

    Singley Building, Bauernschmidt Building, Dunning Auditorium, among other structures, are added
  • 1974

    Coggins North Building is added to campus
  • 1983

    Coggins North Building renovation
  • 1987

    Coggins South Building opens and Adult Day Services begins serving the senior community
  • 1991

    Bauernschmidt Building renovation
  • 2000

    Adult Day renovation
  • 2002

    Johns Hopkins at Keswick opens. Campus revitalization project
  • 2005

    Groundbreaking for the Henry S. Baker, Jr., Building & Keswick At Home opens to help people age and thrive at home
  • 2006

    Baker Building opens, a 37,000-plus-square-foot-state-of-the-art facility to enhance our ability to treat long-term and transitional care patients with complex medical needs.
  • 2007

    Keswick At Home-Home Health Care is added to existing counseling and referral services & Keswick Memory Care launches to provide assisted living to people with memory impairment
  • 2012

    Keswick launches transition care coordination program, Home & Healthy®
  • 2013

    Keswick expands rehab program to include Outpatient Rehabilitation Therapy
  • 2014

    Action in Maturity co-locates at Keswick
  • 2015

    Keswick Community Health 50lc3 is established
  • 2017

    Assisted Living Service Line closed