Welcome! Our Communities are Open to New Residents.
We are excited to welcome new residents to our Loretto communities. Our admissions teams are ready to answer your questions and show you around! You are invited to tour any of our communities, either in-person or virtually. New residents are not obligated to quarantine prior to moving in. And once you move in, you’re free to come and go in the community as you wish, and have visitors, as permitted by state regulatory requirements.
"A Shot of Hope" Means Living Freely
As of March 22, 2021, COVID-19 resident vaccine acceptance rate was over 85% across the Loretto system, and many have reached herd immunity with more than 70% of our employees vaccinated as well.
And, vaccines will always be available for new residents and staff if needed.
Friends and Families are welcome – what to know about visitation.
Family and friends are a vital part of our residents’ lives, and there’s nothing that can replace visiting a loved one in person. Now, friends and family are welcome to visit their loved ones at our communities, as state and local restrictions allow. Visits may be outside or inside the community, but ask before visiting as the restrictions vary by facility, including limits on number of visitors and length of your visit. Visiting hours are in place, and must be observed.
You will need to follow CDC guidelines, observe social distancing, and wear masks when required. And, you will be screened when you arrive at one of our Accushield kiosks. We strongly encourage all visitors to be vaccinated to ensure the continued safely of our residents and staff.
Visiting Our Skilled Nursing & Short-Term Rehabilitation Communities
- Visits are limited to one hour per resident daily and no more than two people per visit.
- Visits must occur in a resident room or common visitation area indoors or outdoors. You are not permitted to move freely around the floor or building at any time.
- Visitors must follow all infection control protocols, including sanitizing your hands, social distancing, and wearing a mask at all times. If visitors do not have a mask, one can be provided. Visitors who refuse to wear masks will not be allowed to visit.
The Commons on St. Anthony
- Visiting Hours:
- We must suspend indoor visitation until October 26, 2021, with the exception of compassionate care visits. Limited outdoor visitation is available. To schedule an appointment, please call Tilly at: (315) 282-6821.
Loretto Health & Rehabilitation
- Visiting Hours: We must suspend indoor visitation until November 4, 2021, with the exception of compassionate care visits. Limited outdoor visitation is available. To schedule an outdoor visit, please contact Jean Jennings at: 315-413-3639.
The Nottingham Residential Healthcare Community [RHCF]
- Visiting Hours: We must suspend indoor visitation until November 2, 2021, with the exception of compassionate care visits. Limited outdoor visitation is available. To schedule an outdoor visit, please contact Jack Pease at: 315-413-3112 between the hours of 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Visiting Our Independent & Assisted Living Communities
There are no limitations on length of visit at this time at any of our assisted living facilities. Please follow CDC guidelines when visiting any community, including wearing a mask and social distancing, and please plan visits during normal hours of visitation unless for a compassionate care visit.
The Nottingham Continuum of Care Community
The Nottingham Independent Living Community
- Visiting Hours: Daily from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
- Contact: (315) 445-9242 for more information.
The Nottingham Assisted Living Community
- Visiting Hours: Daily from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
The Borer Memory Life Community
- Visiting Hours: Daily from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Assisted Living Communities
- Visiting Hours: Monday-Sunday from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
- Contact: (315) 413-3562 for more information.
- Visiting Hours: Currently closed to visitation until 10/27.
- Contact: (315) 413-3772 for more information.
- Visiting Hours: Monday-Sunday from 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
- Contact: (315) 413-3039 for more information.
- Visiting Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
- Contact: Contact (315) 475-4388 for more information.
Resumption of regular services at the Day Centers will be determined by the State Department of Health. Call: (315) 452-5800 for more information about PACE operations, or visitation at Forest View and Highland House.
Daybreak Adult Day Program
The Syracuse and Auburn adult day programs are currently closed. We continue to reevaluate opening opportunities as social distancing and other regulatory requirements are relaxed but do not have firm reopening plans at this time.