Gero-Palliative Care at UPMC Senior Communities Skilled Nursing Facilities

The UPMC Palliative and Supportive Institute provides gero-palliative care to patients and residents at all UPMC Senior Communities Skilled Nursing facilities. Our gero-palliative nurse practitioners work directly with the staff of each facility, as well as collaborating closely with your doctor or treating physician to ensure you receive the best possible treatment according to your goals and wishes for care.
 
We provide individualized treatments to help manage your symptoms, evaluate the effectiveness of care plans, and adjust each patient’s care to support his or her goals.

 

Our care providers help patients and their families cope with the adjustments that accompany the transition to a skilled nursing facility. We help care for patients who need skilled nursing services while recovering or managing an illness, injury, or surgery, and we also provide care to patients and residents at the end of life.

 

Canterbury Place

310 Fisk Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15201

Tel.: 412-622-9000 

 

 

​Palliative Care Team ​
​Sarah Kline, CRNP
 

 

» Learn more about Canterbury Place.

 

Cranberry Place

5 St. Francis Way
Cranberry Township, PA 16066

Tel.: 724-772-5350 

 

 

​Palliative Care Team ​
Connie Coble-Roe, CRNP

 

 

» Learn more about Cranberry Place.

Heritage Place

5701 Phillips Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15217

Tel.: 412-422-5100 

 

 

Palliative Care Team​ ​
Susan Saxon, CRNP

 

 

» Learn more about Heritage Place.

Seneca Place

5360 Saltsburg Road
Verona, PA 15147

Tel.: 412-798-8000 

 

 

​Palliative Care Team ​
Amanda Federovich, CRNP
 

 

» Learn more about Seneca Place.

Sugar Creek Station

351 Causeway Drive
Franklin, PA 16323

Tel.: 814-437-0100 


 

Palliative Care Team​ ​
​Patricia Knight-Lamb, CRNP
​Kimberly Slater-Heil, CRNP
 

 

» Learn more about Sugar Creek Station.


Learn more about the role of the Gero-Palliative Nurse Practitioner (PDF).


Learn more about Circle of Life, a collaborative program of the UPMC Palliative and Supportive Institute and Family Hospice and Palliative Care in UPMC Senior Communities.

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