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UPMC Skilled Nursing Facilities

Skilled Nursing

Our skilled nursing facilities provide expert rehabilitative care for those recovering from surgery or other medical treatments. We provide 24-hour nursing services, assistance with activities of daily living, and care focused on restoring health and independence.

Set in historic Lawrenceville, Canterbury Place, Pittsburgh’s first senior community, offers a continuum of care in welcoming surroundings, with a variety of care options, including personal care, skilled nursing, and memory support services.

Located in the heart of Cranberry Township, this spacious, open-design facility provides comprehensive skilled nursing care tailored to the needs of each patient.

With its clean Georgian architecture and neatly landscaped surroundings, Heritage Place, located near public transportation and the vibrant Squirrel Hill shopping district, provides skilled, compassionate nursing care, respite care, hospice care, and wound care.  

On a scenic campus, minutes away from Penn Hills and the Parkway East, residents in this 178-bed facility have access to high quality medical services from UPMC.

Sherwood Oaks offers a newly renovated 43-bed skilled nursing center with 24-hour nursing care. The skilled nursing unit, boasting mostly private rooms, provides long-term care after a hospital stay, rehabilitating residents, so that they can return to their homes.

Sugar Creek Station in Franklin, Pa., offers quality-of-life independent living apartments in a scenic, rural setting, as well as skilled nursing, a dementia unit, and a rehabilitation complex designed with an extra measure of caring for the total well-being of each resident.

A UPMC geriatrician and other medical staff are on call at all times. Specialty medical services along with dental, podiatry, and vision care are available.

Every skilled nursing facility of UPMC Senior Communities is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health and certified by Medicare.

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