After Your Stay at UPMC Northwest

Visiting Nurses Association of Venango County (VNA)

VNA of Venango County home health programs are Medicare-certified, state-licensed, and accredited by the Joint Commission. The VNA provides a variety of services including:

  • Skilled nursing
  • Home health aides
  • Hospice
  • Palliative care and coordination  
  • IV therapy
  • Mental health nursing
  • Wound and ostomy care
  • Maternal/infant nursing
  • Physical/occupational/speech therapy
  • Social services  
  • Telehealth monitoring
  • Hospice volunteer services
  • Monthly support groups (stroke and bereavement)  
  • Children's bereavement camp
  • Community education
  • Wellness clinics

In addition, VNA Private Duty provides a variety of services for area residents, including home attendants, live-in companions, and housekeeping services. Learn more about the VNA.

Sugar Creek Station Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Complex

Located approximately 15 miles from UPMC Northwest, Sugar Creek Station Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Complex is a 160-bed rehabilitation and respite care facility. The rehabilitation unit includes expanded physical, occupational, and speech therapy facilities, plus a rehabilitative apartment where short-term residents can sharpen their daily living skills (such as cooking, dining, and bathing) in preparation for going home.

Sugar Creek Station also offers a pet therapy program and includes a specialized Alzheimer's disease/dementia unit. The Jessie Lamberton Peters Memorial Courtyard provides a comfortable, therapeutic setting for residents to enjoy alone or with their families for most of the year.

Learn more about Sugar Creek Station.

Contact Us

UPMC Northwest
100 Fairfield Drive
Seneca, PA 16346

Phone:
814-676-7600

General Visiting Hours:
11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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Schedule an appointment at 1-800-533-UPMC or request an appointment online.

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