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

Nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Allegheny Ridges, Garvey Manor offers skilled nursing care 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 to 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.


As part of the Garvey Manor Senior Living complex, our Skilled Nursing care shares the legacy of quality of care and services to the elderly.  Whether you are looking for a place to call home or short term rehabilitation, Garvey Manor has the skilled nursing care services you desire to meet your individualized needs.  


We are committed to enhancing the lives that God has entrusted into our care.  Garvey Manor is staffed by loving and caring people who make it a home away from home. The spirit of hospitality is the hallmark of the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm who operate the Residence and whose presence enhances the spirit of love and dignity, peace and security, which are the essence of a Home.


The Mission and Philosophy of the Residence is that of the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm. Its spirit speaks to the needs of the elderly who seek "A Place to Live Where Somebody Cares" as they advance in years.

"Never in our lives have we witnessed such acts of love, not only to our mother but to all the residents at Garvey Manor and their families. My mother's time there helped her to enjoy her last years in a gentle, dignified environment. Spending her last years within a house of God gave her great peace and comfort. She felt she was 'home' again. She felt God's presence around her because of the love she received in your care."

- Kathleen Chovit