Welcome to Phillips Manor Nursing Home

Proudly serving families on the North Shore for over 50 years. Turn to our family when your family member needs care, comfort and compassion.

Our Story...

Phillips Manor is a 29-bed Medicare and Medicaid certified skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility, located in a residential neighborhood, in Lynn. Phillips Manor has been providing care to local residents for over 50 years. Katherine A. Allen, a Lynn nurse, first applied for a license to operate a nursing home at this address in 1952. Since that time, the facility has maintained a reputation in Lynn and surrounding communities for excellent nursing care, offered in a home-like setting. We are unique, in that we are independently owned, and not affiliated with any corporate chain.

Currently owned and operated by Administrator, Jay Nassirzadeh and his family, Phillips Manor offers skilled nursing and rehabilitation services, long-term care and short-term rehab, custodial and residential care, and short-term respite care. Accommodations include private, semi-private, and multi-bed rooms. Home-style meals are prepared in our kitchen, with strict adherence to therapeutic diets. Personal clothing and house linens are laundered on-site, allowing for attention to each resident’s preferences and requests. Activities are scheduled daily, insuring that residents’ social, recreational and spiritual needs are met. Available on-site services include eye, dental and podiatry care, pharmacy consultation, 24-hour pharmacy, radiology and laboratory services, mental health evaluation and service, Hospice care, and regularly scheduled physician’s visits. We provide quality professional care, in a caring and compassionate manner.

For more information about Phillips Manor, or to arrange a facility tour, please contact us by telephone or e-mail. Our Administrator, Director of Nursing or Social Worker would welcome the opportunity to speak with you.

Mission Statement

The mission of Phillips Manor Nursing Home is to provide for the physical, emotional, spiritual and psychosocial needs of our residents, while treating them with respect, dignity and compassion.


Richard M. Augeri

I Became A Licensed Administrator In May Of 1994 At The Age Of 23. I Have Managed Facilities Ranging In Size From 89 Beds To 195 Beds For Large Corporations, Small Corporations As Well As Privately Owned.  I Have Also Managed Multiple facilities At A District Level.  I Have Had A Good Survey History As Well As Received Numerous Corporate And Community Awards.

Prior To Becoming An Aministrator I Worked At My Family Owned And Operated Pharmacy Which Serviced Nursing Facilities. I Received A Bachelor Of Science Degree In Business Management With A Minor In Spanish From Merrimack College In 1993.  

I Realize The Importance Of Community Involvement And Have Been Part Of Many Organizations.  Those Organizations Include But Not Limited To, Rotary, Where I Was A Former President Elect Of The Saugus Rotary, Local Chambers Of Commerce, Was On The Executive Board For The Lynn Chamber, A Member Of The American College Of Healthcare Administrators And Member Of The Massachusetts Senior Care Association. I Have Also Participated In The Make  A Wish Foundation As Well As The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.  

Gail Worth
Director Of Nursing

I Am Licensed In Massachusetts As A Registered Nurse And Graduated From North Shore Community College School Of Nursing. I Have Over 30 Years Of Experience In Geriatrics, With A Main Focus In Long Term Care. I Have Held Positions As A Charge Nurse, Supervisor Nurse Manager For An Alzheimer's Unit And Staff Development.