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Enter a welcoming and loving community where residents receive expert nursing care in a comfortable and social environment. The Episcopal Church Home’s skilled nursing, hospice and dementia care are the foundation of our organization. Dedicated staff create a special place to live with a wide range of activities to keep you or a loved one busy and engaged—discussion groups, games, live music, art classes, outings and more each month. Residents can dine at one of our country kitchens on each floor, or join others at our main-floor dining room for restaurant-style meals. Relaxing community areas allow you to entertain family and friends. The beautiful Chapel of the Good Shepherd is ideal for reflection, meditation and religious services. Through the River Edge Neighborhood Program residents and all seniors who live nearby can take advantage of fun health and wellness activities, all while receiving compassionate, highly skilled nursing care from our dedicated staff.
Skilled Nursing is for people who have serious or chronic health issues that require consistent medical oversight or complete assistance with the activities of daily living. At the Episcopal Church Home, we have traditional and Memory-Care Skilled Nursing neighborhoods with programming designed to meet individual needs of all residents.
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If you have any questions about skilled nursing or memory care in Rochester at the Episcopal Church Home, contact our Admissions Department at 585.546.8400, ext. 3711, or EchAdm@EpiscopalSeniorLife.org.
If you have any questions about the quality nursing and memory care offered at the Episcopal Church Home, contact our Admissions Department at 585.546.8400, ext. 3711, or EchAdm@EpiscopalSeniorLife.org.
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