Know the Facts about Coronavirus in our Community

DeMay Living Center

To protect those we serve, NO VISITORS will be allowed at our nursing facilities until further notice.

On July 10, the New York State Department of Health announced that limited visitation may resume at nursing homes on July 15, provided that the individual facilities meet specific requirements. We are currently reviewing all of the requirements, determining which of our facilities will be eligible for visitation, and creating a robust plan that will allow loved ones to visit with residents at each facility when it is determined safe to do so. Individual plans for visitation will be communicated with families as soon as we have more information to share. In the meantime, if you have any questions, or would like to set up a time to talk to a resident, please contact their facility of residence directly.

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100 Sunset Drive
Newark, NY 14513
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Office Phone: (315) 332-2700

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DeMay Living Center

Services Offered

  • Senior Housing
  • Senior Services
  • Skilled Nursing Facilities

DeMay Living Center  

The DeMay Living Center provides 24-hour skilled nursing senior care to those in need of:

  • Long-term care
  • Transitional care
  • Rehabilitation
  • Ventilator dependent patient care
  • Alzheimer's disease care
  • Adult daycare

DeMay Living Center operates Moore Place, one of only a few neurobehavioral interventional care units in New York State.

Our goal is to create a warm, comfortable place where our residents - whether they're here for short-term treatment or long-term elderly care - can maximize their independence and potential. Our 180-bed building, surrounded by uplifting views of hills, fields, and farmlands, is warm and aesthetically pleasing. The grounds offer serene spaces to sit or stroll. Yet, our many common areas and family-friendly atmosphere encourage residents to socialize, pursue hobbies, and take part in some of our many planned activities. DeMay Living Center was built with safety and convenience as a priority. And, because it's connected directly to the Newark-Wayne Community Hospital, residents benefit from immediate access to acute care if needed.

A culture of competency, quality, and compassion

DeMay Living Center residents are attended to by the physician who knows them best - their primary care provider. They are supported by an extraordinarily talented staff of nurses and ancillary specialists such as registered dietitians, physical therapists, and recreational therapists. All medical care is overseen by the Newark-Wayne Community Hospital Medical Director.

Quality initiatives at DeMay cover all aspects of care - from our pharmacy's computerized resident drug profile (to help us avoid complications of possible drug interaction or allergies) to resident satisfaction surveys. Residents have placed DeMay with the top skilled nursing facilities in the nation for overall satisfaction.

Perhaps above all, DeMay is set up to foster relationships between caregivers and residents. That's how kindness and compassion grows, and genuine caring happens.


Thank you for your interest in Rochester Regional's DeMay Living Center's skilled nursing facility. To be considered for admission, an application must be completed and returned to the long-term care admissions office. 

Please print, complete and return the forms below, along with the PRI and screen to the admissions office.

You can view a sample admissions agreement and view our private pay rates and other payment options on our Admissions Information page. If you have any questions about the application process or long term care admissions, call (585) 448-2034.

Adult Day Care

Friends for the Day is a medical adult day care healthcare program at DeMay Living Center, enabling seniors to remain at home, but receive comprehensive healthcare services and socialization during the day in a senior community setting. Learn more about Adult Day Care.

Long-Term Care

DeMay Living Center provides healthcare for adults requiring long-term care, respite, or rehabilitation. Our goals are to foster dignity, independence, and encourage both mental and physical abilities - while maintaining individual self-reliance.

DeMay Living Center residents in our long-term adult care are attended to by their primary care physician. The Newark-Wayne Community Hospital Medical Director oversees all physician services. A wide variety of recreational programs, both inside and outside the long-term care facility, are offered to meet resident interests, including music, discussion groups, bowling, cooking, gardening, picnics, shopping trips, restaurant dining, and camping.

Physical rehabilitation therapy and occupational therapy, and speech-language pathology/audiology are available on site and can be prescribed by physicians as needed. Some of these services include gait training, strengthening, joint range of motion, therapeutic exercise, activities of daily living, splinting, language, and swallowing evaluations.

Pastoral care is available to all residents 24-hours-a-day, regardless of religious affiliation. Our chaplain facilitates resident contact with the present or former parish whenever possible.