Cranberry Place

Cranberry Place

Located in the north hills of Pittsburgh, in the heart of Cranberry Township, Cranberry Place extends a warm invitation to residents and visitors. The facility’s modern and open architecture adds to the fresh ambiance.

Cranberry Place provides a variety of programs that meet the needs of people who no longer require care in a hospital, but need 24-hour skilled nursing care and other personal health care services.

UPMC’s reputation for medical excellence is demonstrated every day at this 150-bed facility.

Registered licensed practical nurses and certified nursing assistants work cooperatively to enhance the quality of life and return residents to their highest level of independent functioning. Caring, dedicated staff provide comprehensive skilled nursing services that address the physical, psychological, and social needs of each resident.

Cranberry Place
5 St. Francis Way
Cranberry Township, PA 16066


Please Note: Cranberry Place and all UPMC Senior Communities are smoke-free facilities. Smoking is prohibited as of July 1, 2014 for all residents, guests, visitors, and staff.

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