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September 3, 2020   |   Events, Ways to Give

Virtual 5K Chicken Run/Walk and 1 Mile Walk Results

Thanks everyone who participated in this year’s Virtual 5K Chicken Run/Walk and 1 Mile Walk! The race results are posted below and we will email... Continue Reading »

September 1, 2020   |   Care Levels and Services, Press Releases

Wesbury Welcomes Dr. David A. Williams to the Medical Arts Center

Dr. David A. Williams, D.O., has been in private practice since he took over Dr. John Zinnamosca’s practice when he came to Meadville in 2006. In... Continue Reading »

August 25, 2020   |   Blog, Health and Aging, Rehabilitation

Think Wesbury for Your Cardiac Rehab

In 2017, Wesbury’s Grace Rehabilitation and Health Center was named one of St. Vincent’s Cardiac Centers of Excellence within the... Continue Reading »

August 14, 2020   |   Blog, Care Levels and Services, Long-Term Care, Memory Support, Rehabilitation

Wesbury Recognized for Wound Care Excellence

(Pictured Left to Right) Front row: Tom Harmison, Paula DeMaison, Dr. Amy Miles D.O., Jessica Brown, and David Gill. Back row: Alishia Stevenson,... Continue Reading »

August 13, 2020   |   Finance and Planning, Press Releases, Ways to Give

Thank You for Supporting Wesbury During Crawford Gives!

  All money given to Wesbury will be directed toward our Benevolent Care Fund.  The Benevolent Care Fund helps support residents who... Continue Reading »

August 10, 2020   |   Blog, Enhanced Living and PC, Independent Living, Lifestyle, Long-Term Care, Memory Support

Normal Life Interrupted

As spring 2020 approached, most of us were expecting things to go a certain way. Residents from all over the Wesbury Community were looking... Continue Reading »

March 23, 2020   |   Blog, Ways to Give

Help Wesbury By Making Face Masks

Are you at home looking for a project to pass the time while helping others? Wesbury is calling for volunteers to make washable masks. Look to the... Continue Reading »

March 12, 2020   |   Blog, Health and Aging

Food for Thought – Eating Right for Older Adults

National Nutrition Month is an annual nutrition education and information campaign created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. The... Continue Reading »

March 6, 2020   |   Blog, Community Involvement, Lifestyle

Allegheny Students and Wesbury Residents Collaborate on Meadville Project

There is a long standing relationship between Wesbury and Allegheny College. Many Wesbury residents attend or participate in the wide variety... Continue Reading »

February 19, 2020   |   Blog, Enhanced Living and PC

Feeling at Home: A Resident’s Journey

John Stolte, was a World War II veteran, who originally hailed from Pittsburgh. After returning from the war, John married Dorothy and moved... Continue Reading »
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