Seneca Place

Seneca Place

Nestled in the heart of Penn Hills, the scenic campus setting at UPMC Seneca Place warmly greets residents and families. Neatly landscaped yards and colorful pathways lead into this spacious and brightly lit skilled nursing facility.

Seneca Place provides a variety of programs that meet the needs of people who no longer require in-hospital care, but need 24-hour skilled nursing care and other personal health care services. UPMC’s established reputation for medical excellence is demonstrated every day at this 174-bed facility.

Seneca Place is part of the UPMC Seneca medical campus and conveniently located minutes away from Penn Hills, the Parkway East, and Route 22 in Monroeville. Residents have the advantage of immediate access to high-quality medical services from the neighboring UPMC Seneca assisted living and independent living units.

Skilled nursing professionals at Seneca Place offer a comprehensive plan of health care services including rehabilitative services. We provide care for people with Alzheimer’s, arthritis, blood disorders, cancer, leukemia, diabetes, stroke, cardiovascular disease, and slow healing wounds. We also provide hospice support for residents with an end-of-life illness.

Registered and licensed practical nurses and certified nursing assistants — specialists in caring for the elderly — work cooperatively to enhance the quality of life and return residents to their highest level of independent functioning.

Seneca Place is certified by Medicare and Medicaid. It is annually surveyed by the Department of Health and most insurance plans are accepted.

Seneca Place
5360 Saltsburg Road
Verona, PA 15147


Please Note: Seneca 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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