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The ones who care beyond compare.

Spanning multiple cultures, generations, educational backgrounds and areas of medical expertise, our multilingual team delivers care that’s as human as care gets.

M. Emelyne Cherenfant MSW, LNHA

Administrator

Emelyne graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Social Work, minoring in Gerontology, and a Master of Social Work. Prior to moving to New York State, she served as Secretary and Vice President of Florida Healthcare Association, District 5.

Carrie Guyer-Woodard

Director of Social Work

Carrie earned her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from SUNY in Potsdam and her Masters of Social Work from SUNY Albany. A dedicated professional, she has demonstrated compassion, empathy and organizational skills for over a decade in the field.

Jackie Engram RN, MSN

Director of Nursing

With a Master of Science in Nursing from Kean University, Jackie has several decades of experience in the long-term care field. Her leadership and managing skills are recognized by the Ellicott Center staff and residents

Cherie Laury

Director of Human Resources

Stephanie Robinson RA

Director of Recreation

Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Early Child Education and looks forward to continuing her education. She has a special talent for creating and managing innovative and engaging activities for the residents.

Nancie Hollenbeck RD

Daniel Kociencki

Knowledge is health.

For the absolute highest quality of care, Ellicott Center staffs medical providers on each unit who stay in constant communication with leadership throughout the day. Team collaboration is our forte, and this commitment helps us maintain an unbeatable continuum of care.

Our team also works hard to keep therapies as consistent as possible, tracking all communications through an advanced electronic medical record system. This ensures immediate transmission of information across the entire care network.

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Coronavirus Update

Please click here for important information regarding vaccinations.

Per the New York State Department of Health revised visitation guidelines on February 22nd, 2021, facilities are required to be COVID-19 free and have no new staff or resident COVID-19 positive cases for a minimum of 14 days before renewing outside visitation. Additionally, there are specific guidelines regarding the number of visitors allowed at one time, dedicated space, infection control, and COVID-19 testing requirements for visitors.

Please contact the facility with any questions and to schedule a visit.

A comprehensive visitation plan is located at the facility.

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