6400 Powers Road
Orchard Park, NY 14127
Also at this campus:
(716) 667-0028 (fax)
Through our long-term care programs, we provide residents with comprehensive skilled nursing services and assistance with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing or eating.
Long-term care includes many social and recreational activities to help residents live as actively, dignified and independently as possible. Our goal is to foster a sense of family and community for our residents.
Top 10% in Nation for Resident and Family Satisfaction (2012)
In 2012, Father Baker Manor was named among the top 10 percent in the country for resident satisfaction, according to a report published by My InnerView, a division of the National Research Corporation.
Residents and their family members were invited to participate in the My InnerView survey, which measures such things as:
Based on the overall results of the survey, Father Baker Manor scored in the top 10 percent nationally.
Providigm - Embracing Quality Award - Prevention of Hospital Readmissions (2013)
The 2013 Embracing Quality Award Winners are recognized as the top performing nursing homes and centers in U.S. and Canada. Father Baker Manor received this honor in 2013 for its prevention of hospital readmissions. Click here for more information.
Providigm - QAPI Accredited (2013)
Providigm’s QAPI Accreditation is based on standards for excellence in continuously improving quality of care and life for nursing home residents. Father Baker Manor received accreditation in 2013; the accreditation is valid through 2014. Click here for more information.
Ask Us Anything
A wireless internet connection is available for residents with laptops. For residents without computers, a laptop and printer may be borrowed from Father Baker Manor.
|Rescue Photo Album|
Twice each month, residents enjoy spending time with Rescue, a small tan and white dog owned by Ed Shagott.
“She loves to visit people and put a smile on their faces,” said Ed.
A friendly rescue dog from West Virginia, Rescue was found by a West Virginia University student who was hunting in the woods and who brought Rescue back to the area to find her a home.
Rescue visits five nursing homes each month.
To become a resident, download an application and submit it to CareConnection by faxing it to (716) 923-4894 or by mailing it to the following address:
AppleTree Business Park
2875 Union Road
Cheektowaga, NY 14227
We encourage you to visit the facility prior to submitting your application to ensure it is the right fit. While we welcome visitors at any time, we encourage you to call the facility to schedule a private tour so that we can give you all of our attention.
Your staff was extremely accommodating and gave us a detailed tour of your facility.
I was immediately impressed with the layout of the facility and noticed the nurses' stations responded to all call-buttons immediately.
The housekeeping is excellent and all personnel are dressed professionally and are very pleasant.
The food was excellent and my compliments go to the manager of dietary. Social services does an excellent job of communicating and takes that extra step in welcoming new patients. Sanitation engineers keep the facility free of discarded debris on a continuing and timely basis.
I've observed throughout the day and into the morning hours, the professionals and aides that administer to their charges. They are pleasant, polite, conscientious and knowledgeable. That's a combination that all businesses look for but rarely achieve. Father Baker Manor has done just that!
– Larry Sampsell, Lackawanna
Visitors are welcome at any time, but we suggest that you visit between 10:30 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. to allow our residents adequate time for personal care and rest.
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The Continuing & Home Care Foundation supports Catholic Health's subacute, long-term care and home care facilities. Please consider donating to the foundation to help us continue to provide needed care in Western New York.
I just wanted to drop you a line to tell you how much I appreciate the employees at Father Baker Manor.
When my dad, Bill Murphy, was first there, he would point out different aides (Summer, Eunice, Will, etc.) and mention how nice or helpful they were. Dorrie is always coaxing dad to participate in her programs to keep his mind and spirits going.
About a week ago, I noticed that dad wasn't eating very much. Kara came over and asked if he might prefer a sandwich. Of course, he said no, but she knew him well enough to bring him one anyway. He ate the whole thing.
When I'm with him, I notice that everyone smiles and says hello and knows his name. And it's not just my father they help out. So many times, Toni and Karen have answered questions I've had. Everyone is always ready to help out.
– Patricia Gullo