• Blood Drive!

    Have you saved a life today? One liter of blood can save up to 3 lives! Come to the Cunningham Auditorium at 700 E. Brighton Ave Syracuse, NY 13205 on August 3rd to donate blood.

  • $2500 Sign On Bonus!

    Now hiring for a Clinical Leadership role in our 80 bed memory care assisted living facility! If you are an RN experienced in long term care or dementia related behaviors looking to advance your career into a leadership role, than this is the job for you!

  • How the new Health Care Bill Effects Loretto

    With the Affordable Care Act facing a possible repeal and Medicaid facing possible funding cuts, what does this mean for Loretto and their residents?

  • Plan for Next Stage of Life Early

    As we age, we need a plan for the next stage of our life. From retirement and estate planning, to choosing a retirement home, there are quite a few decisions to make.

  • State of the Long-Term Care Industry

    Presented by Loretto President & CEO, Kim Townsend

  • Up to $2000 sign-on for Certified Home Health Aides

    Multiple openings in Syracuse - apply now!

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Loretto offers a variety of senior care sevices throughout CNY

Assisted Living Program Locations

Careers with Loretto

Helpful Resources

  • "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
  • At Daybreak, employees' hard work is recognized and praised throughout the year with various employee luncheon/dinner celebrations.  As a therapeutic recreation specialist, I am encouraged to think outside of the box and have the freedom to try new programs.  The atmosphere at Daybreak is positive and uplifting for staff and participants.  This makes for many enjoyable days!

    Shannon Mahan, Daybreak Adult Medical Day Program therapeutic recreation specialist
  • “My dad can’t always remember the names of all of the CNAs, but he is quick to tell us all the acts of kindness these people perform on a daily basis – things like letting him know that his wife settled down peacefully at bedtime, or sitting down on his bed and asking him to tell about the photos on his wall. Small acts create immeasurable feelings of being valued as an individual.”

    Lynn Gaudio, mother and father at Loretto
  • "When our Dad passed away In December, we were touched by the sincere love and dignity he was given by his personal staff on duty at that time. It really showed us how much many of the caregivers really do care. It was if we were all family that day."

    Don Kowell, dad was at Loretto
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