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Unity Living Center

Unity Living Center

About Unity Living Center

Unity Living Center, a 120-bed state-of-the-art skilled nursing facility, is located on two recently renovated floors on the Rochester Regional St. Mary's campus.

Unity Living Center focuses on providing treatment and rehabilitative care for patients with medically complex needs, dementia, and behavioral challenges. Special services include short-term rehabilitation, pain control, IV therapy, peritoneal dialysis, access to hemodialysis, ventilator beds and relaxation therapy to meet the needs of those with chronic diseases.

Ventilator unit

Unity Living Center’s ventilator unit houses one of the most progressive and compassionate respiratory care programs available in Western and Central New York. The 10-bed unit was designed to provide comprehensive care to ventilator-dependent patients, optimize pulmonary rehabilitation and wean all appropriate patients from their ventilator. The unit is staffed 24 hours per day with respiratory therapists who rehabilitate and treat pulmonary disorders. All ventilator rooms are private and allow for increased independence and socialization.


  • Private rooms
  • Onsite services:
    • Pulmonology
    • Respiratory therapy
    • Tracheotomy care
    • Rehabilitation services
    • Dialysis
    • Wound care management/skin therapy
    • Dental and medical services
    • Infection control
    • Psychiatry
    • Podiatry
    • Recreational activities
    • Pain management
    • Hospice care
    • Intravenous therapy
    • Laboratory services
    • Spiritual care services
  • Free parking in a secure, ramp garage
  • Free cable television


Thank you for your interest in Rochester Regional's Unity Living Center's skilled nursing facility. In order 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) 723-7549.

Facility Tour

Unity Living Center - Activity Center
Dining Room & Activity Center
Unity Living - Dining Room Community Area
Dining Room & Community Area
Unity Living - Resident Dining Room
Resident Dining Room
Unity Living - Therapy Area
Therapy Area
Unity Living - Resident Relaxation room
Resident Relaxation Room
Unity Living - Onsite Chapel
On-site Chapel
Unity Living - Private Resident Room
Private Resident Room
Unity Living - Secure Courtyard
Secure Courtyard
Unity Living - Secure Courtyard Pathway
Secure Courtyard Pathways

Per New York State guidelines for nursing home and skilled nursing facilities, Unity Living Center is now allowing visitation, with some restrictions. 

For details on current visitation status, please contact us directly at (585) 481-3507. You may also refer to the Long Term Care section on our Visitation Policy page for more information on general guidelines and restrictions. 

We appreciate your understanding and support as we follow all state-mandated guidelines to keep your loved ones safe.

Street Address

89 Genesee Street
Rochester, NY 14611

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Phone Number

Phone Number: (585) 481-3507

General Hours

  • Monday: 24/7
  • Tuesday: 24/7
  • Wednesday: 24/7
  • Thursday: 24/7
  • Friday: 24/7
  • Saturday: 24/7
  • Sunday: 24/7

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Visitor guidelines

To help you become acquainted with Unity Living Center, below are a few helpful tips:

Visiting hours

We invite you to visit Unity Living Center between 11 am and 8 pm, daily.

Unity Living Center is adjacent to Western New York's top brain injury and rehabilitation center on the Unity St. Mary's Campus in Rochester. Just a 10-minute drive from Unity Hospital, it's located at 89 Genesee Street (on the corner of West Main).


Unity Living Center is also located on the RTS bus line. RTS Bus 27 runs directly from Unity Living Center to Unity Hospital 7 days a week. Please contact RTS for a schedule and rates.


Free parking is available in the ramp garage. The garage is well-lit and monitored by cameras 24 hours a day. If you would like an escort from security to and from parking areas, call (585) 368-3411 or stop by the St. Mary's campus front desk.


The Image City Café, located on the ground floor, is open 7-days-a-week for breakfast and lunch.


You can fill prescriptions at the St. Mary's campus apothecary, Monday - Friday, 9 am to 6 pm.

Contact form

Please fill out our online long-term care form if you'd like one of our knowledgeable representatives to contact you about our services. We will get back to you the next business day.
* Information you provide to us is only used by Rochester Regional Health. We never sell or share with third parties.

Pandemic Emergency Plan

A Pandemic Emergency Plan has been developed to enable Unity Living Center to effectively mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from a high impact communicable disease outbreak in the community.

Read Our Pandemic Emergency Plan 

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Unity Living Center is operated by The Unity Hospital of Rochester, a New York not-for-profit corporation, which has no owners or shareholders.

Unity Living Center operates on premises leased from Rochester St. Mary’s Residence Facility, LLC, which has a business address of 89 Genesee St., Rochester, NY 14611.

Unity Living Center Vendor Contract Summary