Armstrong County Health Center
265 South McKean Street
Kittanning, PA 16201
Tom Parsons, Administrator
The Armstrong County Health Center is a skilled nursing facility located in downtown Kittanning, Pennsylvania. We have been providing the highest quality of nursing care in Armstrong County for over 35 years.
Our Medical Director, Dr. Richard Mercurio, visits with residents regularly to upmost attention to their medical needs as well.
Armstrong County Health Center accepts most insurance plans including Medicare, Blue Cross and Medical Assistance programs. For more information about the Armstrong County Health Center, please contact Suzanne Hogamier or Sheri Fitzgerald at 724-548-2222 ext. 6011.
Independent Living Suites
At Armstrong Suites you can enjoy the pleasure of others' company and maintain the independence and freedom you desire through the various seasons of your life. Our offers security within an independent setting with six apartment located in the Armstrong County Health Center in Kittanning.
Two of the six suites offer a choice of double occupancy and each suite is fully furnished. The suites feature their own entrance via a private elevator and phone security. Each suite includes a bedroom, bathroom and kitchen area with a small refrigerator, stove top and microwave.
The Armstrong Suites offer a shared dining area, living room with a full-size television, laundry room and private storage facility for the resident's convenience. The dining area is fully furnished with full-size dining room tables, refrigerator, oven and dishwasher.
To learn more about the Armstrong Suites, please contact Janice Ochs at the Health Center at 724-548-2222, ext. 6002.
Genesis Rehabilitation provides the Rehabilitation Therapy program at the Armstrong County Health Center. Our rehab wing features state-of-the-art electronic and computerized equipment. Our licensed, professional staff of therapists can develop an individualized program to meet your rehabilitation needs.
Services include: E-stim, Diet Modifications, Vital Stimulation, Dysphagia Management, Ultrasound, Home evaluations, Gait and ADL training, Fall Prevention, Contracture Management, Restorative Nursing programs.
The ACHC Snack Bar is a welcoming environment where families often come to visit with residents or enjoy a meal. Hours are Monday through Saturday from 8 am until 2 pm. Also open to the public, breakfast and lunch are served from a full menu of items.
ACHC welcomes individuals or groups to volunteer in a variety of ways. Our residents enjoy visitors as well as performances and various types of entertainment. To learn more about our volunteer opportunities, please contact Debbie Cornman, ext. 6006 or Hannah Megown, ext. 6017.