M.M. Ewing Continuing Care Center, overlooking scenic Canandaigua Lake in the Finger Lakes region of New York State, is a not-for-profit residential health care facility offering quality skilled nursing, medical adult day health care in a clean, safe and pleasant environment. M.M. Ewing Continuing Care Center has 188 skilled nursing beds on five avenues: Lakeview, Pines, Gardens, Rosewood and the Meadows. In addition, The Brighter Day our medical adult day program can serve from 46 to 50 participants on a daily basis.
The associates at M.M. Ewing Continuing Care Center specialize in caring for those who need daily nursing and other personal service. Single and semi-private accommodations are available with community dining and activity areas to encourage socialization while meeting individual needs and preferences.
Dedicated, licensed professionals and caregivers work closely with each other and each family to deliver the best possible care while maintaining the resident's individual dignity and independence. Residents are assured convenient access to acute care and outpatient diagnostic and therapeutic services through affiliation with the adjacent F.F. Thompson Hospital.
If you would like more information regarding the choices for Senior Living that Thompson Health offers call (585) 396-6021. You may also download an application for admissions to the Continuing Care Center.Karen Mead, MD, Medical Director of Senior Living Services at the M.M. Ewing Continuing Care Center
Located at 350 Parrish StreetCanandaigua, NY 14424585-396-6021A special care environment has been developed on the Gardens avenue for those residents who have Alzheimer's and dementia-related illnesses. Short-term care, available in private rooms, gives caregivers an opportunity to rest or pursue other activities while their loved ones are receiving quality care. A short-term stay may be reserved for up to six weeks a year according to availability.The Pines Pathway provides post-acute care to those requiring rehabilitation or restoration following illness or surgery. Dedicated, licensed professionals and caregivers work closely with each other and each family to deliver the best possible care while maintaining the resident's individual dignity and independence.