Pace CNY logo A Program of All InClusive Care for the Elderly
It's difficult for some seniors to remain at home.
Help is available through PACE CNY.
participant with caregiver

Loretto is pleased to introduce you to PACE CNY, an innovative program available to residents of Onondaga County. PACE CNY is a separate not-for-profit corporation of Loretto which, since 1926, has provided long-term care services to the disabled and chronically ill. We welcome you as a potential participant in this plan.

The purpose of PACE CNY is to provide a wide spectrum of care and services to individuals who would otherwise qualify for nursing home care. From primary care physicians and nurse practitioners to social workers and dietitians, the PACE CNY team can provide home care services in the participant's home, day health centers, hospitals or long-term facilities, if needed. On-call health care coverage by doctors and nurses is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Loretto’s PACE CNY Honors Volunteers of the Year for 2013

Do you know someone who needs help with everyday activities?

Do you worry about a loved one alone at home?

Don't wait until you face a crisis. Learn more about your choices with PACE CNY
and plan for the future

setting the pace since 1997


Call (315) 452-5800 for details.
Toll free 1-888-728-7223
TTY# 1-800-662-1220



New PACE CNY Site Coming

Construction of a new PACE CNY McAuliffe site in East Syracuse is right on schedule for the projected June 2015 opening. Located on Creek Circle Drive, convenient to Carrier Circle, the 38,000 square foot facility has been carefully designed with the needs and wishes of our participants in mind. Some of the amenities include heated flooring in the bathing area, a snow-melt sidewalk system and a spacious enclosed outdoor patio area. And to provide greater flexibility for our many group activities, we now have three smaller activity rooms as part of the new layout.

Online virtual tours of the building will be offered to PACE CNY participants by the Therapeutic Recreation staff to familiarize them with the new environment and to show the progress of construction.

We are very excited about the impact this new facility will have on the future of PACE CNY and look forward to better serving the needs of our participants as well as our staff.


MKT12.08 Approved 9-20-12 & Last Reviewed 5/2014