Garvey Manor

Garvey Manor &
Our Lady of the Alleghenies Residence

A Catholic Continuing Care Retirement Community

Skilled Nursing Home

Medicare/Medicaid Approved • Short-Term Rehabilitation Stays • Long-Term Care Living

The quality of care which residents have long enjoyed is improved in an environment enhanced by privacy and a home-like atmosphere. Our state-of-the-art facility, with a capacity for 132 residents, provides the space, programs and services that meet individual needs in a personal, dignified manner and enrich the quality of life of each resident and family served. Our ministry is to offer a home where personalized care is given and love reigns.

Long Term Care Living Services:

  • 24 hour Skilled Care by dedicated staff
  • Rehabilitation and Restorative Nursing
  • On-site Podiatry, Dental and Opthamology Services
  • Social Services
  • Volunteer Services
  • Housekeeping and Laundry Services
  • Nutrition Counseling 
  • Maintenance and Security

Amenities:

  • Private Rooms
  • Catholic Mass daily
  • Spiritual and Pastoral Programs for residents of all faiths
  • Gift Shop/Café
  • Beauty/Barber Salon
  • Leisure/Therapeutic Activities
  • Common rooms for indoor visiting
  • Attractively appointed patios and courtyards for outdoor enjoyment

Marian Center for Dementia Care

Special Care Units for those who experience the various stages of dementia  are an essential part of our nursing home. Intimate settings provide an environment where personal attention, activities and nursing care are part of the therapeutic program to address the needs of each person in a holistic manner.

Skilled Nursing Links

See the Rooms

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The Family Room in the skilled nursing wing

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"We were at peace knowing that she was being taken care of, not only physically but spiritually and socially. We were truly blessed to have mom spend her last years at Garvey Manor. We know that your gift of love and support, shown in your daily encounters with mom, can only come from the heart. She was treated with respect and dignity, not as an old person waiting to die. "

- Bradley Family