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Evening, weekend hours will offer added convenience for family caregivers
Improves clinicians' ability to honor residents' wishes for end-of-life care.
Legendary Kodak Photographer Is Subject of Visual Presentation at Chapel Oaks
The Third Annual St. Ann’s Chili Cook-Off will be held on Thursday, September 29 from 2:00-4:00 p.m. in the lobby of St. Ann’s, 1500 Portland Avenue.
With more than 150 walkers and over $19,000 in donations, St. Ann’s Community was the top corporate fundraiser in the 2016 Rochester Walk to End Alzheimer’s!
Talking to a parent or other older adult about making the move to senior living can be difficult. Strategies for having that “tough conversation” will be shared by Deborah Coniglio, Nurse Practitioner, St. Ann’s Community, on Thursday, Oct. 6 from 1-3 p.m. at Chapel Oaks, 1550 Portland Avenue.
"I love to see them smile."
"Sometimes They Have To Tell Me To Go Home."
Chapel Oaks, Cherry Ridge Assisted Living Recognized for Highest Levels of Resident Satisfaction
Sentiments from a family member: I just want to take this opportunity to recognize Anna Napora who works in Environmental Services on the 7th floor at St. Ann’s.
Congratulations to Jan Mascari, Central Supply Manager, and Maggie Bringewatt, Immediate Past Chair, St. Ann’s Board of Directors! Both have been named honorees in the Greater Rochester Awards, presented by the Rochester Business Journal and the United Way to recognize exceptional individuals in our community’s human services sector.
2016 recipients honored at recognition event
When Mary Rossetti was a resident in the Special Care Unit at St. Ann’s Community, her daughter, Lucille Bearden, was grateful for the nurses and aids who treated her mother like family.
In 1873, the Sisters of St. Joseph established the foundation of St. Ann’s Community. The world today is a different place, but that foundation remains strong.
Every Wednesday afternoon, 84-year-old Carmel Reeg of Irondequoit serves up a smile and some cheer to the residents of St. Ann’s Community.
Mary Louise Mitchell, SSJ, Ph.D., RN, has been named Director of Pastoral Care at St. Ann’s Community, Rochester’s leading senior housing and health services provider. She succeeds Father Peter Bayer who retired this month after 25 years in that position.
These individuals truly exemplify the St. Ann's experience. We are very proud to have them working on the St. Ann's team!
St. Ann’s Community, Rochester’s leading senior housing and health services provider, is proud to announce the following:
Department of Health rating reflects highest levels of care, compliance and efficiency St. Ann’s Care Center was named one of the top-performing skilled nursing facilities in the state this week by the New York State Department of Health.
St. Ann’s Community, Rochester’s leading senior housing and health services provider, is proud to announce the addition of Dr. Brian Day to its Medical Department.