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Presbyterian Senior Care

1215 Hulton Road
Oakmont , PA 15139
412-828-5600


MISSION

Presbyterian SeniorCare (PSC) is Pennsylvania’s first accredited Aging Services Network and one of only a handful of long-term care organizations in the United States to hold such a distinction.  PSC received the five-year accreditation in 2006, following an exhaustive review process by the joint Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CCAC).

PSC is a Christ-centered network of communities and services committed to excellence in enhancing the quality of life for older adults.  Through three main campuses – Longwood at Oakmont, Oakmont and Washington plus 51 affiliates, PSC’s communities and services provide multiple levels of care and assistance to older persons in a variety of settings. PSC strives to consider all the possible needs of its diverse elderly population and respond with appropriate care and lifestyle options. Additionally, PSC maintains an ongoing commitment to benevolent care, subsidizing care costs from its own funds for many residents who have no other funding options.


CURRENT PROGRAMS
HISTORY

Originally founded in 1928 as the Presbyterian Association on Aging, Presbyterian SeniorCare was chartered in 1928 to care for older Presbyterians in the Pittsburgh area. Its flagship facility, the Oakmont Presbyterian Home (now Westminster Place) opened in 1950; and the Washington Presbyterian Home (now Southminster Place), in 1960. An organizational re-evaluation in 1979 led to open admissions policies to older adults of all faiths and laid plans for the development of a diverse system of care to better serve the needs of the growing, regional elderly population. Today it operates facilities and/or services that serve more than 6000 seniors annually throughout southwestern Pennsylvania.


PROFESSIONAL STAFF

Paul Winkler, President and CEO
Jim Pieffer - Senior Vice President PSC & President, SeniorCare Network
Joe Wenger - Senior Vice President, Finance/CFO
Susan Dachille, Executive Vice President, Management Development
Janet Barlett –Vice President, Development; Executive Director, PSC Foundation
Celeste Golonski - Corporate Compliance Officer
Stacie Bornemann – Senior Director, Marketing
Susan Collins – Senior Director, Assisted Living
Ellen Gamble – Senior Director, Communications
Cassandra Law – Senior Director, Supportive Housing
Lynne Sewell – Senior Director, Rehab Services          
Ransom Towsley – Senior Director, Community Services
Jennie Firestone – Executive Director, The Willows
Mike Haye - Executive Director, Longwood at Oakmont


OPPORTUNITIES FOR CONGREGATIONAL OR INDIVIDUAL INVOLVEMENT

Volunteer service at all facilities; lay chaplaincy, Stephen Ministry, and visitation programs; service on committees; assistance with annual benefit events; donations to benevolent care and other service-related needs.


INFORMATIONAL PROGRAMS AVAILABLE

Speakers’ presentations on general aging topics or specific SeniorCare facilities and services; tours of any facility; presentations on estate and planned giving; Minutes for Mission.


VISIT US ON THE WEB

www.srcare.org