St. Francis of Williamsville
Department of Sisters of Charity Hospital
147 Reist Street
Williamsville, NY 14221
Becoming a Resident
To become a resident, download an application at the link to the left and submit it to CareConnection by faxing it to (716) 923-4894 or by mailing it to the following address:
144 Genesee Street
Buffalo, NY 14203
- Monthly van transportation to local shopping, entertainment, and dining venues, including area boutiques and malls, and Glen Park
- Extensive activity calendar geared to every level of cognition and dexterity, including individual in-room activities
- Large outside garden patio for resident picnics or quiet reflection
- Phone, satellite television service and parking available
- Wireless internet for patients with computers
- Specialty diets accommodated
- Monthly newsletter with news and topics of interest
Awards & Recognitions
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. St. Francis of Williamsville received accreditation in 2013; the accreditation is valid through 2014. Click here for more information.
A wireless internet connection is available for patients with laptops. For patients without computers, a laptop and printer may be borrowed from Father Baker Manor.
Visitors are welcome at any time.
Due to flu concerns, all visitors must be age 14 or over. Click here for more information.
Make a Donation
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.
My mom was a patient at your facility after a bad fall at home.
She was in bad shape – not eating, very weak, in horrible pain. She just laid in bed and screamed every time she had to move.
Your staff was so good with her. I would especially like to recognize Sean, an orderly, and Tanya, RN.
When she left there, she was walking with a walker and eating better, and a lot stronger. She has said to me many times that she would not hesitate to go back to St. Francis if she ever needed subacute rehab again.
Thank you and your staff for getting my mom moving again. Her progress at home has been slow but steady.