The quality and care at The Manor at Seneca Hill remains one of the best in Central New York.
The Manor has earned a five-star quality rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS). The most recent CMS five-star update was released in July 2019 and uses a range of one to five stars to rate skilled nursing homes across the country. Learn more.
A skilled nursing facility with 120 licensed beds, residents of The Manor enjoy a homelike environment with spacious, private or semiprivate furnished rooms. Residents' healthcare needs are met by an interdisciplinary team including physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, physical and occupational therapists, therapeutic recreation specialists, and nutritional services. Physician services—including specialists, such as podiatry, dental, eye care, psychological services—are provided to residents on an as-needed basis or by request.
Residents participate in daily activities, either in a group setting or individually in the resident's room. The activities department works to include event and leisure activities for all residents. There are multiple group and individual activities each day designed to engage or entertain residents. Some of the regular activities include music and live entertainment, exercise, games, and arts and crafts. Religious services are held for most major faiths. Services for residents are held weekly, and frequent visits by clergy are encouraged.
Food and Nutrition
Our dietary staff is responsible for the planning, preparation and delivery of nutritional meals and snacks. Each resident is served 3 appetizing, nutritious meals daily, plus snacks and drinks throughout the day. Our registered dietitian is available to ensure special dietary needs are met. Our dietary staff will also take alternate meal requests in the event the menu choices offered are not satisfying to the resident. The Activities and Food service departments work together to provide special meals on occasion for the residents, due to this menus are subject to change.
All admissions to The Manor are handled by our admissions department. Our staff is here to help you with any questions you may have about the admissions process. The rehabilitation potential of each resident is evaluated during admission and throughout the resident's stay. Contact Admissions Coordinator Rose Hartle at 315.349.5302 for more information.
The Manor accepts the following forms of payment/reimbursement for services provided:
- Managed care
- Private pay
Our finance department is available Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., to assist with any billing or insurance questions you may have.
For more information and a personal tour, please call 315.349.5300.