Baptist Homes in Mt. Lebanon, with a 105-year reputation for providing quality care with dignity and respect, was built upon a mission of benevolence and person-centered care. The organization is never content to rest on its success, however, and is growing and progressive. We offer continuing care and fee for service contracts and are reasonably priced, with services such as cable TV and laundry included in Personal Care and Skilled Nursing fees.
Our independent living apartment building is Baptist Manor, a Section 8/202 housing, subsidized by the federal government through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The Manor has 100 apartments, ten of which are handicapped accessible, with laundry rooms on each floor, and three separate lounge/community rooms.
Baptist Homes also offers Personal Care residences. Food, shelter, and personal assistance or supervision, on a 24-hour basis, are provided for individuals who need help with everyday tasks. This includes assistance with dressing, bathing, diet, medications, and getting to and from meals and activities. Generally, residents must be at least 65 years old, and be able to get into and out of bed independently. Our residence offers 54 private, unfurnished rooms, each with a full bath.
Our Nursing Center provides care for people who require skilled medical treatment, rehabilitation, or nursing services, on a short- or long-term basis. We are proud of our reputation for quality health care, and serve 126 individuals in primarily semi-private rooms. There are 41 rooms designated as a secure special care center for individuals exhibiting the behaviors associated with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
We are Medicare and Medicaid certified.
Please call 412-563-6550 or complete our short contact form for rates, a brochure and a tour of our community.
Baptist Homes Society which operates two senior living communities—Baptist Homes in Mt. Lebanon and Providence Point in Scott Township—has seen tremendous change and growth since its origins in 1910. Read More.