Loretto Cunningham Building

Loretto Cunningham Building
Loretto Cunningham Building 700 E Brighton Ave
Syracuse, NY 13205

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About Loretto Cunningham Building

Loretto Cunningham Building is a Nursing Home facility at 700 E Brighton Ave in Syracuse, NY.
Primary Specialty

Nursing Home

Practice Loretto Cunningham Building
Services Loretto Cunningham Building provides extended-stay nursing care to seniors with varying levels of disabilities in Syracuse, NY.

Please call Loretto Cunningham Building at (315) 469-5561 for more information or to schedule an on-site visit.
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Recent Reviews
My Mom is in this facility, at this point I would not recommend this facility! She has been there approximately 7 months and during that time contracted scabies, which has been misdiagnosed as a rash due to incontinence. She was finally sent to a dermatologist to be diagnosed. With this taking so long,,,,,it has put our Mom in undue stress and pain and the possible infection of other family members, not to mention patients and staff!!! The doctor, not sure if you can call him that, saw her 3 times in 7 months and still did not recognize the problem. My sister, brother and I will be following up on this and other matters, in the care and treatment of our Mom. She deserves better than she has gotten thus far!!!!!
by Pam Rousseau/Mom-Bev Blanchard
my mother has been without heat in her room for 5 days, I was told they only have 1 maintenance worker for each building, that is not a good excuse, elderly people feel the cold more. this should have been addressed the first day it was reported.
by unhappy
Overall I consider this a very clean facility and am pretty happy with the care my mother receives. The nurses and aides seem very caring.
I was a bit put off by the music being played, which is 70's and 80's music. The music that the patients are most familiar with would be from the 30's-50's. I requested that they play music with which they would identify better ....since so many have dementia.....but nothing happened. I think they prefer to cater to the staff desires vs. the patients' regarding music.
by drjay519