ElderWood Health Care at Crestwood
ElderWood Health Care at Crestwood

2600 Niagara Falls Blvd.
Wheatfield, NY 14304
Phone: 716.215.8000
Fax: 716.215.8011

ElderWood’s first health care location in Niagara County, ElderWood Health Care at Crestwood is a 162-bed residence providing skilled nursing, respite care, subacute care and rehabilitation to the people of Wheatfield, Niagara Falls and surrounding areas.

Constructed in 1995, ElderWood at Crestwood is a state-of-the-art care facility. Residents enjoy outstanding care in this comfortable, modern residence featuring spacious rooms, on-unit dining areas and secure patios.


A Tradition Of Service And Compassion

At ElderWood, we combine the latest health care techniques with the personal attention your family member deserves. Compassion and dedication to outstanding care have made ElderWood the trusted choice for more than 20 years.

Making A Positive Difference

Life at ElderWood is full and rewarding for both residents and staff. Regular programs and events include recreational and social activities, religious services and visits from the community. Residents also can enjoy the company of family and friends in the many common rooms, lounges, patios and private dining rooms. No matter which ElderWood residence you choose, you can be sure your family member will enjoy the highest possible quality of life.

Professional Staff With A Caring Touch

Skilled nursing - ElderWood residences are staffed by teams of Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses and Certified Nursing Assistants, overseen by a Board-certified medical director specially trained in geriatric medicine.

Physicians - Attending physicians and nurse practitioners work closely to ensure the medical needs of the residents are met. Physician and nurse practitioner visits are predicated on each resident's specific needs and conditions. Residents may continue care under their personal physician, if desired.
Allied health professionals - If needed, in-house services including diagnostic testing, pharmacy, dentistry, optometry, psychiatry, audiology and podiatry are available.

Rehabilitation - Physical and occupational therapy are available at least five days a week, as well as speech therapy, if required.

Nutrition - Qualified dietitians and diet technicians continually monitor residents' individual needs during their stay.

Counseling - Social workers provide residents and their families with information and emotional support during admission, and are available for consultation as needed. A full-time business office coordinator is available for financial consultations. Also, ElderWood's full-time Chaplain meets the spiritual needs of skilled nursing residents.

Auxiliary services - Laundry, housekeeping, maintenance, security and other services are part of our daily responsibilities in meeting residents' needs.


ElderWood's Subacute Care and Rehabilitation Services are designed to help patients recover from surgery, illness or injury as quickly as possible. By providing a wide variety of health care services in our state-of-the-art programs, we ease the transition from hospital to the community. ElderWood's goal is to assist every patient in the program to regain their independence at home.

As an alternative to hospital or home care, we offer a full range of nursing and medical services. Care teams include physical and occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists, dietitians, nursing and medical professionals, and a trained social worker available for counseling and case management. Specialized therapy and individual attention ensure that all residents regain a high level of independence before discharge back to the community.

Subacute Services Rehabilitation Services

• Post-Surgical Care
• Continued Medical Care (Medically Complex)
• Infusion Therapy
• Wound Care
• Pain Management
• Ventilator Care and Weaning
• Orthopedic
• Neurological
• Pulmonary
• Cardiac
• Oncology
• Amputation
• Arthritis

The ElderWood Difference

ElderWood offers the right choice for the transition between hospital and home.

The length of stay for rehabilitation or subacute care averages only 22 days. And a greater percentage of ElderWood patients return to the community than the national average.

ElderWood also offers the area's only community-based ventilator care program, with small, portable ventilators providing residents with far more mobility than conventional units.

ElderWood's success results from our unique methods of care and attention to each patient's individual needs. While our goal is to return residents to an independent lifestyle, we offer assistance in obtaining services following discharge. Our staff is trained in all aspects of recovery, including continued care and home safety.


Taking care of a parent or other relative is a responsibility many families assume as a loved one ages. ElderWood Health Care at Crestwood in Niagara Falls currently offers respite-type services for short-term residents while their caregivers must attend to personal or medical needs of their own.

ElderWood Health Care at Crestwood offers skilled nursing or assisted living services in a dedicated, fully furnished respite suite.

Respite stays are flexible and may range from 4 to 28 days. Cable television and local telephone service, among other amenities, are included in the daily rate. Short-stay residents are provided 24-hour coverage by trained staff, medication and care management, personal care assistance, three meals daily, access to beauty and barber shop services and a full range of recreational and social activities.
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