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Voices of Loretto
"These women are like angels when they come into our home. We couldn't hope for better care than my husband receives through PACE. It has been such a blessing to us."
The wife of a PACE CNY participant
"I am so glad I chose Fahey Rehabilitation Center because it’s hard enough to lose your independence for any length of time, but caring people and quality care made the time fly by"
A patient of Fahey Rehabilitation Center
"After raising a family and caring for several elderly members of my family, I appreciate the way Loretto cares for me now, during my older years."
A resident of The Bernardine
"It was hard to make the decision to give up my home. But the people here are very kind. And there are all sorts of activities so you’ll never be bored. I like the fact that I can still make decisions. If I want my privacy, I can stay in my room. If I feel like visiting, I have plenty of friends around."
A resident of Buckley Landing
"I was definitely a little down and my health was failing. I was afraid I’d end up in a nursing home. But, thanks to PACE CNY, I can live in this community and still get the care I need."
A PACE CNY participant
"On behalf of our family, we would like everyone at the Loretto Cunningham building to know how much you are appreciated. Over the past six years, you have been part of our extended family, taking special care of our mother until her passing. It was not only her medical and comfort care, but also the compassion and love you were there to give her in our absence."
The son of a Cunningham/Fahey patient
"I was in terrible pain and could not find a dentist that would accept Medicaid. If they did accept it, the waiting list was months long. A friend told me about McAuliffe Health Center and I was able to get an emergency appointment within two weeks. Their dentist was very gentle, too."
A McAuliffe Health Center Patient
"After developing heart problems, I decided to enter Sedgwick Heights for the security and peace of mind. The care is excellent and the food isn’t half-bad, either."
A resident of Sedgwick Heights