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State Senator Patty Ritchie Visits The Manor at Seneca Hill

OSWEGO – Jason Santiago, Oswego Health vice president and chief operating officer of The Manor at Seneca Hill, recently welcomed State Senator Patty Ritchie for a tour of the skilled nursing facility.

 From left: The Manor’s Director of Social Work Jessica Fowler, who arranged the visit; Senator Ritchie, Oswego Health Chief Strategy Officer Jeff Coakley; Manor resident June Boyer (seated), Oswego Health President and CEO Chuck Gijanto, and Oswego Health Vice President and The Manor/Springside Chief Operating Officer Jason Santiago.
From left: The Manor’s Director of Social Work Jessica Fowler, who arranged the visit; Senator Ritchie, Oswego Health Chief Strategy Officer Jeff Coakley; Manor resident June Boyer (seated), Oswego Health President and CEO Chuck Gijanto, and Oswego Health Vice President and The Manor/Springside Chief Operating Officer Jason Santiago.

Senator Ritchie spoke with the residents and visited The Manor’s Adult Day Health Services program.

One of the highlights of the visit was the opportunity for Senator Ritchie to meet many of the residents, including June Boyer. During the senator’s tour, June read a letter she wrote thanking the senator for the work she does.

In turn, the senator said she was impressed with the facility.

“My visit to The Manor at Seneca Hill was a great opportunity to see firsthand the quality, compassionate care available to people in Oswego County,” said Senator Patty Ritchie.  “I would like to thank the staff, as well as those receiving care at the facility for their warm welcome and for the time they took to showcase the variety of programs available at The Manor at Seneca Hill.”

The Manor at Seneca Hill is a skilled nursing facility with 120 licensed beds.

Residents enjoy a homelike environment with spacious, private or semiprivate furnished rooms.

Residents’ healthcare needs are met by an interdisciplinary team of heath care professionals.